22/8/2016

Join us tomorrow, Tuesday 23 August, at 7pm for a new commission by
London-based artists Milo van der Maaden and Imran Perretta, presented offsite in Victoria Park. Pale News is a theatrical script and musical score, devised by van der Maaden and Perretta in collaboration with local LGBTQ community members, and will be performed at the Bandstand in Victoria Park. The work reflects upon the phenomenon of pinkwashing and xenophobia. This event is presented as part of our 21st Century programme and is produced in partnership with Tower Hamlets Parks and Open Spaces Department. For more information and to book a place, please click here

This is the last week to visit Yuri Pattison’s current exhibition user, space, which closes this Sunday 28 August. To view a short video where Yuri Pattison introduces his exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery please click here.

Our next exhibition will be by the Berlin and Brussels-based artist Peter Wächtler. This new commission will be Wächtler's first solo exhibition in a UK institution. For more information please click here.

15/8/2016

Join us on Tuesday 23 August at 7pm for a new commission by London-based artists Milo van der Maaden and Imran Perretta, presented as part of our 21st Century programme. Pale News is a theatrical script and musical score, devised by van der Maaden and Perretta in collaboration with local LGBTQ community members, and will be performed at the Bandstand in Victoria Park. The work reflects upon the phenomenon of pinkwashing and xenophobia. This event is produced in partnership with Tower Hamlets Parks and Open Spaces Department. For more information and to book a place, please click here.
 
Our current exhibition, user, space by Yuri Pattison, continues until 28 August. As part of our Chisenhale Interviews series, Chisenhale Gallery's Offsite & Education Curator, Emma Moore interviewed Pattison about his show – to read the interview, please click here. In response to Pattison's exhibition Nora N. Khan, Contributing Editor at Rhizome, has produced a specially commissioned fictional text, which can be downloaded here.

8/8/2016

Thank you to everyone who joined us last Wednesday for the screening of the documentary We Live In Public (Ondi Timoner, 2009), selected and introduced by Yuri Pattison. The film was presented in association with MUBI, a curated online cinema of cult, classic and independent film. Pattison’s exhibition user, space continues until the 28 August. Photos are by Manuela Barczewski.

Join us on Tuesday 23 August at 7pm for a new commission by London-based artists Milo van der Maaden and Imran Perretta, presented as part of our 21st Century programme. A theatrical script and musical score, devised by van der Maaden and Perretta in collaboration with local LGBTQ community members, will be performed at the Bandstand in Victoria Park. The work reflects upon the phenomenon of pinkwashing and xenophobia. This event is produced in partnership with Tower Hamlets Parks and Open Spaces Department. For more information and to book a place, please click here.