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Marsden Woo Gallery

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Installation view of 'Cut and Run' by Alison Britton and Jim Partridge, October 2014 © Philip Sayer, courtesy of Marsden Woo Gallery, London
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'Partings and Pipelines' (installation shot), March 2010 © Photograph by Philip Sayer
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'There is no why' installation shot, June 2010 © Phil Sayer courtesy of Marsden Woo Gallery
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© Photograph by Philip Sayer
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'Out of Place' (installation shot), November 2009 - January 2010 Ceramic © Photograph by Philip Sayer
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'Unforeseen Events' (installation shot), September - October 2009 Ceramic © Photograph by Philip Sayer
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A Marsden Woo Project Space exhibition, downstairs at Marsden Woo, until March 20th 2010 Glass and Mixed Media © Photograph by Philip Sayer
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'The Lacemaker' installation shot, June 2010 © Phil Sayer courtesy of Marsden Woo Gallery
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'Bigger Than the Real Thing', April 2010 Mixed Media © Photograph by Philip Sayer
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'Souvenirs From the World of Windham', April 2010 Ceramic © Photograph by Philip Sayer
Marsden Woo Gallery
17-18 Great Sutton Street
London EC1V 0DN
United Kingdom
Venue Type: Gallery
QUICK FACTS
Contact
Tatjana Marsden or Siobhan Feeney
Open hours
Tuesday - Saturday 11.00 - 18.00
Phone
020 7336 6396
Cost
FREE
DESCRIPTION

MARSDEN WOO GALLERY shows innovative work in the applied arts from internationally recognised artists and talented newcomers. It is one of the largest spaces in London devoted to showing a broad range of applied artforms. Our ground floor gallery is given over to a programme of solo and small group exhibitions featuring new work from gallery artists and emerging talent. Further extensive collections of important work, both contemporary and from the recent past, can be viewed by appointment in our basement space.

Smaller more spontaneous exhibitions are also held in the new downstairs MARSDEN WOO PROJECT SPACE. This is an exciting initiative that will be used to showcase the work of talented emerging artists and designers and fresh directions in the work of  more established artists.