“SaLon at WHITE BOX .U.K.’s FUTURE GREATS in N.Y.” Exhibition Opening Photos

Salon Gallery in London brings their recent graduates’ show stateside with “U.K.’s Future Greats in NY,” curated by Samir Ceric. Now on view at White Box Gallery in Chelsea through July 5, 2008.

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"SaLon at WHITE BOX .U.K.'s FUTURE GREATS in N.Y." Exhibition

in the Villages area
This event has ended - (2008-06-12 - 2008-07-05)

In Photo Reports by Aneta Glinkowska 2008-06-17 print

Salon Gallery in London states its mission as follows: “…to discover, mentor and promote the country’s most talented recent art graduates (from art schools such as Royal Academy of Arts, Goldsmiths, Glasgow School of Art and The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art) and give them the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional gallery environment.” This year’s show, the second ever, is currently in New York on view at White Box in Chelsea.

Entering the gallery visitors can take a look at the space from a bird's-eye view.

Taking the entry ramp down to the main space, viewers encounter the show's first works.

Someone being interviewed outside of the gallery on the opening night.

One of the many large-scale works.

But there is also a number of smaller works.

General view of the gallery with its characteristic columns and space to sit down, which seems to encourage visitors to stay longer.

More photography.

NYAB overheard, but has not confirmed, that White Box is planning to move to the Lower East Side soon. One can only hope that the space will be as equally inviting.

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