Saturday, 27 July 2013

Stephen Walter: Final Weekend

After the brilliant reception we have had for our Stephen Walter show, we would like to share some of the reviewers' thoughts with you.
"This is art of the highest order, for it not only looks terrific on the wall, but it also engages the intellect and sparks curiosity. Indeed, it made us want to take part — to excavate that old sketchpad, and start mapping out our own landscapes. A must-see exhibition."
Matt Brown, Londonist
Rachel Guthrie elaborates on the unique use of a hagioscope for Walter’s Nova Utopia, “which hones in on an area of this elaborately conceived new world and magnifies it.”
Rachel Guthrie, Art of England
“Seamlessly interspersing famous landmarks with secret trivia, Walter’s work overwhelms the senses with a wash of visual and textual information.”
Kathryn Murray-Bruce, Square Mile

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Stephen Walter: Anthropocene

Londonewcastle Project Space, 28 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DP
3 - 28 July 2013 | Read the full press release

Stephen Walter's fantastic solo exhibition, 'Anthropocene', is open until 28 July. We're delighted at the response the exhibition has received so far: thank you to everyone who has visited. For those who haven't yet, or can't, here are a few installation shots to give you an idea of the scope of the show.

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Tuesday, 2 July 2013

The Visitors' Guide to Nova Utopia

Nova Utopia is place of dreams! A large leisure island state about 200 miles across, defined by its isolation, its beauty and the immense diversity of its landscapes and resources. As a destination, Nova Utopia sits somewhere between the wonderful, the beautiful, the entertaining, the rich, the sublime and the ridiculous. Despite recent environmental and social concerns, there’s a wonderful array of places to visit, and a tour of the island provides a fascinating insight into this unique and ever-changing country.
[The Visitors' Guide To Nova Utopia]

Stephen Walter's extraordinary map of Nova Utopia revisits Thomas More’s famous fictional island state of Utopia a century after a capitalist revolution has transformed its very essence. Renowned worldwide as a luxury leisure destination, its different regions cater to a wide range of visitors, but risk becoming isolated from each other. The Visitors' Guide to Nova Utopia accompanies the piece and is the best way of getting to know the island...

Stephen Walter: Anthropocene 
3 - 28 July 2013
Londonewcastle Project Space, 28 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DP