Ruth Waters’ Generalised Anxiety Relaxation Centre, the closing event of Cacotopia at AKG, was reported by Manu Buttiglione for Droste Effect. Waters is quoted describing the event as: “Generalized Anxiety Relaxation (2016), presented at Annka Kultys Gallery as part of Cacotopia, a group show featuring five recent 2016 MFA graduates, is made up of a series of bookable workshops in meditation, relaxation and self love.” Read the full article here.
Cacotopia, the current exhibition at AKG, has been selected as FAD’s Top five Exhibitions to see in London. “A new show every week in this five week exhibition. I got to lie on a bed and watch a hypnotic saccharine video, while this coming week the gallery will be turned into a yoga studio. All shows are on the theme of a utopia that has an underside to it” reviewer Tabish Khan writes. Read the article here.
Giulia Ponzano chose Cacotopia, as one of her must-see shows in London. More information can be found here.
Cacotopia was reported by Bluoin Artinfo. The author writes, “The works deal with a collective contemporary anxiety, interspersed with elements of fantasy as coping mechanism.” Read the full article here.
The group exhibition Cacotopia at Annka Kultys Gallery is reviewed in ORGAN. The author writes “for the second part of Cocotopia is equally as compelling as last week’s first part was”. Read the full review here.
The group exhibition Cacotopia at Annka Kultys Gallery is reviewed in ORGAN. The author writes “a show to return to and engage with over the next few weeks”. Read the full review here.