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Exhibition

Anna Barham /S/T/R/O/B/E////L/I/C/K////

25 Nov–16 Jan 2022
PV 25 Nov 2021 12-8pm

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Arcade is proud to announce that it is dissolving its limited company status to become a Community Interest Company (CIC). This new arrangement will better represent Arcade’s purpose and activity. Profit generated by gallery sales will now be specifically re-directed into public programmes to serve the wider community.

As part of this process Arcade is engaging in conversations with institutions whose ideologies seek to define artistic value and legacy outside of the increasingly unsustainable commercial gallery model.  

Flat Time House and the John Latham Archive is a special place, an invaluable resource and a direct link to a legacy of ideas that have transformed the way we value art practice and define the role of the artist. From mid-November to mid-January, Arcade has been invited to open a new dialogue with the organisation, facilitated by long-time colleague, FTHo Director, Gareth Bell-Jones. While Arcade relocates it will set up a temporary office at FTHo; where we will share ideas, resources and our differing experiences of the public and private cultural realms. During this time FTHo will present an exhibition by Anna Barham, building on several years of discussions between the artist and the organisation. 

Arcade is seeking a more inclusive and sustainable infrastructure. While in residence at FTHo, we will work towards these goals within the spirit of Latham’s economic models and theories: a holistic approach for both the public and private cultural sectors. 


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