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Peer Sessions @ Chisenhale Gallery

2pm Sat 11th Dec 2021

Chisenhale Gallery
64 Chisenhale Road
London E3 5QZ
T: +44 (0)20 8981 4518



Title page image credit: (projection inside the gallery) Rindon Johnson, Coeval Proposition #2: Last Year’s Atlantic, or You look really good, you look like you pretended like nothing ever happened, or a Weakening (2021). Installation view Chisenhale Gallery, 2021. Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London and SculptureCenter, New York, 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo: Andy Keate

Tube: Mile End

Artist Harold Offeh and Peer Sessions lead an ‘artist group crit’ inviting members of the audience to share work-in-progress.

In response to Rindon Johnson’s ongoing interest in the pedagogical framework of the ‘artist group crit’, a series of artist-led constructive critiques of artworks have been programmed over the course of his new exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery.⁠

These crits are open to artists, students, and the general public. They will be moderated by Peer Sessions with guests from the Chisenhale Alumni network.⁠ For our first crit on Saturday, 11 December, artist Harold Offeh will join as an esteemed guest peer.⁠ To participate and contribute to the discussion, please book via Eventbrite.

Two artists will share recent work as part of the crit. If you are an artist who wants feedback on new work or work in progress and would like to share it with the group, reserve a place as above and get in touch via email (seth.pimlott@chisenhale.org.uk). We are especially keen to present the work of artists who are currently outside of formal education, for whom the opportunity to have peers critique their work is less common than those currently studying on undergraduate or postgraduate courses.

This event will take place onsite with a maximum audience capacity of 20. To book, please call or email via the website. Please let us know if you have any access needs that we can meet to enable you to participate.

Eventbrite link to book

Harold Offeh

Harold Offeh; photo credit Emile Holba