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Notes in the Margin

State of the Arts by Alke Schmidt.

State of the Arts by Alke Schmidt.
Text Reads: "I do not want art for a few, any more than education for a few, or freedom for a few."

Start: 2nd September 2006
End: 16th September 2006

This exhibition features digital photography and mixed media artworks by Liz Ellis, Cinzia Cremona and Alke Schmidt.

'Notes in the Margin' brings together three women artists who are interested in exploring cultural and political issues that relate to life in Walthamstow (North East London).

As well as touching upon the historical, political and cultural issues connected with the area of Walthamstow, this exhibition also seeks to address the wider implications of the way Walthamstow has changed over the years. Successive economical and social transformations have resulted in a community that reflects the changing cultural and religious character of contemporary Britain.

Liz Ellis - Print & Photography

Various works by Liz Ellis will be shown at Vestry House Museum. Liz's photographic prints and multiples feature weeds growing in Waltham Forest, which refer to the tenacity of nature in a range of domestic and industrial settings.

Cinzia Cremona - Photography

Cinzia Cremona will also be exhibiting work at Vestry House Museum. Cinzia's 'Come Closer' invites viewers to share in the complicity between the artist and Shaida, a young woman living according to Muslim law, who has recently started covering her face. The images capture moments of dialogue and intimacy that go beyond cultural and religious differences.

One of Cinzia Cremona's photographs will also be exhibited in the shop window of Islamic Relief [156 Hoe Street], which is half-way between Vestry House Museum and the Willaim Morris Gallery.

Alke Schmidt - Mixed Media

Alke Schmidt's mixed media works are to be shown at both the Vestry House Museum and William Morris Gallery. Alke's artworks confront present cultural politics in Walthamstow, using the rich legacy of William Morris for inspiration.

'Notes in the Margin' will be based at two London venus:
Vestry House Museum and the William Morris Gallery.

Event Details

'Notes in the Margin' will be held from the 2-16 of September 2006.

Private View:

1st September 2006, 6pm - 8:30pm at Vestry House Museum.

Vestry House Museum
Vestry Road, London, E17 9NH

Tel: 020 8509 1917

Opening Times:

Monday to Saturday, 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 5:30pm
(Open until 5pm on Saturdays)

William Morris Gallery
Forest Road, London, E17 4PP

Tel: 020 8527 3782

Opening Times:

Tuesday to Saturday (Sunday 2nd September),
10am - 1pm and 2pm - 5pm

Further Events

As part of the exhibition, Liz, Alke and Cinzia are leading the following two events:

A Non-Conformity Walk around Walthamstow (Open to all)

Friday 15th September 2006
3pm to 5:30pm
Starting at the William Morris Gallery - 2:45pm

Book with the William Morris Gallery:

Email: wmg.enquiries@walthamforest.gov.uk
Tel: 0208.5273782

A Tour of the Exhibition Sites (Aimed at artists and photographers)

Saturday 16th September 2006
2:30pm to 5pm
Starts at the William Morris Gallery - 2:15pm

Book with Four Corners

Email: owen@fourcornersfilm.co.uk

The exhibition 'Notes in the Margin' will also be held as part of the
E17 Art Trail - www.E17arttrail.co.uk


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