First Exhibition: Friday, Oct
14th until Sunday Oct 30th , 2005
is ART BREAKIING in Peckham Rye amongst singing and dancing,
all prying and praising, stone bashing and shooting. RUTHLESS
PECKHAM is the first group initiative of artists sharing space
in the edgy Copeland Industrial Park (off Peckham Rye Lane).
Renata Fernandez and Richard Somerville took the initiative to
go ahead with the group's idea. This collective is a showcase
of new ideas, shown in all its diverse and eclectic spirit at
The Alley, No 133 Passage Peckham Rye Lane, Southwark, South
work alongside Nigerian churches, mechanical garages, craftsmen,
clothes and food factories. This is the first opportunity to
see 14 artists in their own thriving community, where they have
been for many years. Come and see now what is going on as this
space will disappear: it's been considered by Transport for London
as a new depot of the Cross River Tram. New paintings, video-art
and sculptures occupy the third floor of Block B. For a limited
run of three weeks starting Thursday 13th October (private view
with DJ's and drinks) until Sunday 30th October, 2005.
Renata Fernandez, organiser
Richard Somerville, organiser
For further information please
do not hesitate to contact now on
Ruthless Peckham is the group's
initiative, co-presented by former Artbust Ltd
Copeland Industrial Park,133 Passage Peckham Rye Lane, London
Peckham (1) October 2005 exhibition - COMPLETE LIST OF ARTWORK
Rutless Peckham is marketed
and sponsored by Artbust.co.uk..
The original postcard
was designed by Jo Cartlidge.