NOW ON VIEW

GRETCHEN ANDREW

22 APRIL — 6 JUNE 2021

Annka Kultys Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of a new gallery space in London. Located at 472 Hackney Road, Unit 9, the new gallery remains at the same address in a larger unit, next door to the former space. The new entrance is in the courtyard of the Peterley Business Center.

PARTICIPATING IN

LONDON GALLERY WEEKEND

4 JUNE — 6 JUNE 2021

SPECIAL OPENING TIMES

FRIDAY, 4 JUNE | 11AM—6PM
SATURDAY, 5 JUNE | 11AM—6PM
SUNDAY, 6 JUNE | 10AM—5PM

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OPENING SOON

CHRIS DRANGE

10 JUNE — 10 JULY 2021

OPENING RECEPTION

THURSDAY, 10 JUNE 6—8PM

PRESS

Gretchen Andrew’s current solo show Other Forms of Travel at Annka Kultys Gallery is reviewed in the Art Newspaper
The Art Newspaper named Gretchen Andrew’s first solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery in the “Three shows to see in London this weekend”. Louisa Buck and Kabir Jhala note: “Eight collage-on-canvas assemblage works embody “vision boards”, representing Andrew’s life goals, insecurities and dreams. But beneath these knowing winks at the gallery system, a deeper glitching is taking place.” Read the full review here.

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4K Zen: Stine Deja – An exclusive week-long streaming on Art Review online platform. Art-Lovers Move Club presented Stine Deja’s video 4K Zen, a two part project originally commissioned for the Roskilde Festival in Denmark in 2017, then at Annka Kultys Gallery booth at Code Art Fair .

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Marc Lee is noted in The New York Times
The New York Times notes the work of Marc Lee. In his article exploring the role of randomness in art, science and cybersecurity, the author notes: ”His project “Airport Lounge” shows social media posts sent from airport lounges laid on top of satellite images of airports. Lee doesn’t choose which posts end up in the piece. “I just take the newest social media posts.” Read the complete article here

The New York Times, article by Alexis Kleinman, 2021

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