City Racing 1988-1998: A partial account (London) Reviews
Description:Currently on at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (25 January - 11 March), collecting together several works from the ... more
Newest Review: ... thought to any kind of message or social commentary. Perhaps this reflects the fact that many of the artists at City Racing had yet to develop their methods for expressing their beliefs, when they exhibited there, but for me, this meant that the exhibition was quite a shallow, and uninspiring one. Also in this first gallery can be found Ross Sinclair's 'United States Diary' ... more
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by - written on 11/03/01, updated on 11/03/01 (Very useful, 323 readings)
The 'City Racing' gallery was supposedly one of the most influential galleries in the development of British contemporary art in the 1990s. Founded in 1988, the gallery was formed by artists squatting in a former betting shop in South London, near the Oval cricket ground. Run by artists, the gallery was highly celebrated, admittedly among other artists, and became the model for the establishment of other artist-run galleries across the world. For much of the gallery's history, leading up to its closure in 1998, 'City Racing' was run by a group of five friends; John Burgess, Keith Coventry, Matt Hale, Paul Noble and Peter Owen. The exhibitions ... Read the complete review
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