Thank you to everyone who came to the day-long performance as part of our current exhibition, Modern Family, by Ed Fornieles on Saturday. And also many thanks to our brunch event partners HIX and Absolut Vodka. Photographs of the event are by Mark Blower. 
We also launched a new ebook by Ed Fornieles, including documentation of his exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery and contributions by Harry Burke, Lucy Chinen, Brian Droitcour and Ben Vickers and designed by PWR Studio. The ebook is available now and is free to download by clicking here.
We’re looking forward to our next 21st Century event with artist and net-art pioneer, Suzanne Treister, on Tuesday 28 October, 7pm. Please click here for more information and to reserve a place.


Join us on Saturday 18 October, 12-6pm for a special performance devised by Ed Fornieles. A family of characters come together for one day only, activating our current exhibition Modern Family with a day-long event.

During Frieze Week (Monday 13 to Sunday 19 October 2014) Chisenhale Gallery is open Monday to Friday, 10am-6pm; Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm.

Chisenhale Gallery will participate in Frieze London (15-18 October 2014) with limited editions available at the Allied Editions stand, in collaboration with Camden Arts Centre, Institute of Contemporary Arts, South London Gallery, Serpentine Galleries, Studio Voltaire and Whitechapel Gallery. 

Chisenhale Gallery have released one gallery archive copy of Wolfgang Tillmans's etremely sought after sold out edition available exclusively via Paddle 8 until 18 October 2014. Also available are the final two editions of Nick Relph's Siff Variety (2013), silkscreen prints on found scarves. Please visit Paddle 8 to bid.
We are pleased to announce a very special limited edition by Mark Leckey – the fourth in our annual series of ‘Archive Editions’ following Wolfgang Tillmans, Rachel Whiteread and Hillary Lloyd. The print will be available from Tuesday 14 October 2014. Please click here to find out more about our limited editions. 


Congratulations to Camille Henrot who has received the Nam June Paik Award 2014. 

Camille Henrot's exhibition The Pale Fox, was presented at Chisenhale Gallery in February 2014 and commissioned and produced in partnership with Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster; and Bétonsalon – Centre for art and research, Paris, where the exhibition is currently on view until 20 December.

The Turner Prize 2014 exhibition opens this week at Tate Britain and includes Duncan Campbell and James Richards, who had an exhibitions at Chisenhale Gallery in 2009 and 2011 respectively. The winner will be announced on 1 December. 

Join us on Tuesday 30 September from 9-10:30am for a coffee morning and special viewing of our current exhibition, Modern Family by Ed Fornieles, with cakes generously provided by the East End Women's Institute.

This weekend Chisenhale Dance Space, Chisenhale Gallery and Chisenhale Studios present a weekend of activities throughout our shared building to coincide with the national Fun Palaces 2014 campaign. 

On Saturday 4 October at 3pm, Lucien Young, comedian and co-writer of BBC3’s Siblings, will lead a workshop in sitcom writing. On Sunday 5 October at 2pm, we present a Propeller event, Spotlight On – Next Steps, organised in partnership with Art Licks Weekend 2014. Hear from artists, art professionals and cultural entrepreneurs about the routes they’ve chosen into their careers and how they make it work.