Fulham Town Hall to host Art in the Age of Now exhibition
This deserted 51,000 sq ft Victorian space in West London, empty for over ten years, will be open to the public from 20 May. Overseen by curator Ben Moore (Art Below), and co-presented by hotel operator Lamington Group, Art in the Age of Now is a free event and features an extraordinary programme of installations, guest exhibitions, live performance art, music, talks and readings in the atmospheric setting of Fulham Town Hall, before owners Ziser property redevelop the building and give the space a new lease of life as a creative community hub and boutique hotel in 2022. Private media preview tours of the exhibition and venue are now available to pre-book and interviews with selected artists on site at the venue can also be arranged.
Assembly Rooms: Charlotte Colbert ‘Mastectomy Mameria’
Ground Floor: Conrad Shawcross ‘Slow Arc Inside a Cube’
Grand Hall: Ben Moore ‘Los Hengeles’
Ball Room: Joe Rush ‘Theatre of Waste’
Ground floor – Nasser Azam, Patrick Boyd, Leila Bartell, Ricardo Cinalli, Ariadna Dane, Tim Gatenby, Eliot Haigh, Sam Haggerty, Andrew Hancock, Liam Hayhow, Ru Knox, Anna Kenneally, Thomas Lumley, Peter Mammes, Rachel Megawhat, Chris Moon, Nick Reynolds, Jeff Robb, Ernesto Romano, Conrad Shawcross, Schoony and James Vaulkhard.
Project spaces – Darren Coffield’s Colony Club, MC Llamas All Female Group Show, KCAW, Art Wars, Stations of the Cross, One Small Step, Missing People Portrait Project and Big Issue Guitar Project and Queen Themed.
Musical performances – Gaz Mayall, Cristabel Milbanke, Katya DJ
Lower ground floor – Angry Dan, Ben Eine, Catman, Lucie Flynn, FORCE, Paul Insect, LUAP, Jack Laver, Dotmasters, Gary Mansfield, NERONE, REZ, SPORE, Oliver Switch, Teach, UNVRSL NMD and Matt Webb
Art in the Age of Now
Open to the public 20 May 2021, 11am-6pm.