R O O M London Invites Artists to Transform Mansion

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Mimi Joung

Pushing the boundaries of what designates an “art space,” R O O M London is moving its gallery from the city’s East End to a Georgian mansion in the West End. The gallery has invited a handful of artists of various disciplines, from installation to sculpture to performance, to transform the space according to their creative visions. Participating artists Mimi Joung, Juliette Losq, Christie Brown, Tom Wolseley, Ninna Bohn Pederson and Charlie Billingham will premiere their work in the gallery’s inaugural exhibition on October 10. Take a look at some images of the mansion interior as well as the participating artists’ previous works courtesy of R O O M London.

Juliette Losq

Mansion interior

Christie Brown

Charlie Billingham

Ninna Bohn Pedersen

Mansion interior

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