Enclave turned three years old today ! Thank you for all the support and enthusiasm from artists, guests and friends since we opened on June 15 2012. And special props…Read more →
The New Amalgamation Feeder, The Bumper Car Complex and The Realisation of The Imaginary Man
29 May to 25 July 2015
Residency: Friday 29 May to Thursday 25 June
Exhibition: Saturday 27 June to Saturday 25 July
Private View: Friday, 26 June, 6-9.30pm
Spring Artist in Residence 2015
Private View: Friday 24 April, 6-9.30pm
Residency Dates: 28 March to 23 April
Exhibition Dates: 25 April to 23 May, Thursday to Saturday, 12.30-5.30pm
Join us at Enclave for previews and late openings this April SLAM Friday.
April 24th 2015, 6pm til late
March Last Friday at Enclave including launch of new project Res. and afterparty in Machine Party with DJ set by BAD SECTOR.
Join us from 6pm.Read more →
Private View: Friday 30 January, 6-9.30pm
Residency Dates: 5 January to 29 January
Exhibition Dates: 31 January to 21 February, Thursday to Saturday, 12.30-5.30pm
A brief analysis of the physical characteristics of the inflatable object will allow us to outline some of the symbols which it can resume. It is the balloon which confers its visible form to the breath it contains, its appearance of being swollen with vitality.
At each instant every non-rigid container exemplifies, in its form, the dialectical relationship between container and contents.
On the contrary the rigid container is indifferent to its state of repletion. The non-rigid container marks a discontinuity of form at the moment of fullness which charges it with a new meaning.
C. Gaignebet, from ‘The Inflatable Moment – pneumatics and protest in ’68,’ Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 1999Read more →
27 June to 19 July, Thursday to Saturday, 12.30-5.30pm
Of our Methods of Recognising one another
Iavor Lubomirov and Bella EastonRead more →
‘Into and Out of Abstraction’ is curated by Paul Carey-Kent for Lubomirov-Easton. Curator and Critic Paul Carey-Kent has selected three painters acclaimed for their dynamic engagement with abstraction in relation to the figurative. There’s no need for a contemporary painter to ‘discover’ abstraction in the sense in which, for Kandinsky or Malevich, it was the logical end point in a journey which began in the world as observed and ended in an apparently contrasting absolute. All the same, the relationship of abstract paintings to reality remains a key part of their dynamic and interest. This show features three contrasting ways in which that relationship can operate.Read more →
Private View: Friday 28 March 2014, 6-9.30pm
28 February – 19 April
Open Thursday to Saturday, 12.30-5.30pm
The London-based artist is well known for putting used things and redundant sites to poetic purpose on canvas. Maelzer remains interested in the significance of matter and site to the common experiences and signature rituals that connect us.Read more →
Residency Dates: 1 – 30 January 2014
Private View: Friday 31 January, 6-9.30pm
Exhibition Dates: 1 February to 22 February, Thursday to Saturday, 12.30-5.30pm
Loss of the object and bondage to it.Read more →
Curated by Luke Hyland
Evan Jones | Jessica Conway
Abscond, presents the work of Evan Jones and Jessica Conway as vessels through which to explore the guise of the curator.Read more →