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Jan 25 - Mar 10, 2018
Featuring female artists Lotte Andersen, Chelsea Culprit, Penny Goring, Rachel Jones, Jessie Makinson, Shana Moulton, Hannah Perry, Jala Wahid, and Zoe Williams, the exhibition is set across the two locations in Baker Street and at The Hive, presenting two separate but continuous displays: one that examines narratives and representations of the body, and one that focuses on sensorial experience and expression through the body.
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Nov 29 - Dec 21, 2018 FINAL WEEK
The Koppel Project is pleased to host The A5 Show curated by Notting Hill Genesis.
Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) works in the community, providing homes for lower-income households. They are one of the largest housing associations in London and the south-east, providing homes for around 170,000 people.
For The A5 Show, creative residents and staff have been invited to have their work displayed alongside professional artists at the first-ever Notting Hill Genesis art show this year. Run by the Notting Hill Genesis tenancy support network, the exhibition will be hosted at The Koppel Project Hive Gallery. Each artwork will be available for purchase at £50.00 with the artists name remained anonymous. The proceeds of the sales and various scheduled events will go towards supporting their most vulnerable residents via the Tenant Hardship Fund.

Jan 10 - Feb 8, 2019
Private view Wed Jan 9 6pm - 8pm
The Koppel Project is pleased to present Utopia Through Nostalgia, a group exhibition featuring a body of work by eight emerging artists addressing ideas of time and the diminishing realities of existence.
In this group exhibition, ‘utopia’ becomes the imaginative reconstruction of a lost past. Entwined with memory and fantasy, it creates a past made from distorted narratives. Time advances, with its unforgiving power to decay, moving forward but never stopping. While it has the ability to blur the past, it can leave us yearning for a life already lived.
Utopia Through Nostalgia presents a collection of experiences inspired by memories of all ages. The exhibition is achieved through the compilation of artwork in a variety of media all of which capture the traces of time. This ranges from the figurative reproductions of imagery in painting to abstract compositions to the different textures in the surfaces of sculptures and installations.

Feb 22 - Mar 22, 2019
Private view Thu Feb 21 6pm - 8pm
Christoph and Sebastian Mügge


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