Robbie Fife, Paulina Michnowska, Jacopo Natoli
Preview Friday 28 August, 7 – 9 pm
Exhibition runs to 13 September
Open Saturdays and Sundays
A- – -Z presents Atlas vanishing Monira Al Qadiri
A- – -Z will celebrate its three year anniversary at news of the world
Wednesday the 15th of July from 6.30pm
Friday June 26 2015, 7pm
Late opening of the exhibition Article 25 and Jonathan Kipps
Entrance is free.Read more →
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 →
Jonathan Kipps / Article 25
Opening Friday 29 May 2015, 7 – 9pm
Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 6pm
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 →
Opening: Friday 30 January 2015, 7-9pm
A short introduction by former members of PP will take place at 18.45 on that day
Open Saturdays and Sundays til 15 March, 12-6pm
Who killed Présence Panchounette? And was it in self-defence? Premeditated, a long time coming? Death by misadventure, shot themselves in the foot? A staged disappearance? or were they ambushed?Read more →
French cinema: Niki de Saint Phalle & Martial Raysse
News of the world is presenting six screenings of feature films, rarely seen in the UK, by two major French artists: Un reve plus long que la nuit by Niki de Saint Phalle (1976) and Le Grand Depart by Martial Raysse (1972).
Both films are fables of sort, dark quests and symbolic journeys.
Saturday 1 November 5 pm
Thursday 13 November 7 pm
Saturday 15 November 5 pm
Saturday 15 November 7 pm
Wednesday 19 November 7 pm
Saturday 22 November 5 pm
Entrance is free but booking is required.Read more →
Preview Friday 26 September 2014, 7-9 pm
Open Saturdays and Sundays, 12-6pm to 25 October 2014
Preview June 27th 7pm
news of the world space, 19 artists from Hamburg (Hfbk-Hamburg, Werner Büttner/Markus Vater Klasse) create, in a poetic and concrete way, a space that is not there: the garage.