Our current exhibition by Caragh Thuring continues until 1 February 2015. The gallery is closed from Monday 22 December to Wednesday 1 January inclusive. The office is closed from Sunday 21 December until Sunday 4 January inclusive.
A special Christmas discount of 10% is available on all Chisenhale Gallery editions until 31 January 2015. To view available editions please visit our online shop.
In the new year the programme of events accompanying Caragh Thuring’s exhibition continues with a brick making workshop with Dhush Selvarajah of Groundwork South on Saturday 17 January; a tour of the exhibition by Clarrie Wallis, Curator of Modern and Contemporary British Art, Tate, on Saturday 24 January; and a performance of a text assembled by Thuring on Thursday 29 January. For more information and to reserve a place at any of these events please click here.
We wish you happy holidays and look forward to seeing you at Chisenhale Gallery in 2015.
Thank you all the speakers who contributed to the Creative Careers Day organised by Chisenhale Gallery at Bishop Challoner Catholic Collegiate School in Tower Hamlets last Thursday: Reiss Akuwudike Umunna, Propeller member; Tabatha Bang, UK & EU Production Coordinator, NTS Radio; Lou Barnell, Producer, Create Jobs; Razia Begum, Project Assistant, Create; Duncan Brown, Outtakes Film Communications Ltd; Alessandro Ceccato, Exhibition Designer, Nimlok; Calle Enström, Designer, Wolff Olins; Martino Gamper, designer; Vikki Jessop, Museum Assistant, British Museum and Gallery Technician, Photographers' Gallery; Asif Khan, architect; Leslie Kulesh, artist; Jon Nash, software developer; Chrissie Macdonald and Andrew Rae, illustrators, Peepshow Collective; Harold Offeh, artist; and Alice Rawsthorn, design critic and author. Video documentation of all the presentations will be available on our website soon.
Thank you to everyone who came to our 21st Century event Circuits and Currents [or How to Project and Spell] with Evi Kalogiropoulou and Anja Kirschner last Thursday evening. Documentation and an audio recording of the discussion will be available online soon.
Photos by Manuela Barczewski are of Caragh Thuring in conversation with Jennifer Higgie novelist, screenwriter, critic and co-editor of frieze, which took place on Friday 28 November. A video of the event is available to download here. The exhibition continues until 1 February 2015.
Thanks to everyone who came to the opening of Caragh Thuring's exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery. Photos from the preview are by Mark Blower. The exhibition is now open Wednesday to Sunday, 1-6pm until 1 February 2015. (Closed 22 December - 1 January). The exhibition will also be open until 9pm this Thursday as part of Time Out First Thursdays.
Thank you also to everyone who came to Caragh Thuring in conversation with Jennifer Higgie. A video recording of the talk will be available to view on our website soon.
Please join us for the next event in our 21st Century programme on Thursday 4 December at 7pm, with artists Evi Kalogiropoulou and Anja Kirschner. For more information and to reserve a place please click here.