Block 336 is delighted to be hosting Bloomberg New Contemporaries in January 2018 following the launch at BALTIC Centre For Contemporary Art, Gateshead and BALTIC’s project space at BALTIC 39 in September 2017.

The panel of guest selectors comprises of Caroline Achaintre, Elizabeth Price and George Shaw who have chosen 47 artists for the annual open submission exhibition.

Selected artists for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 are: Raen Barnsley, Calum Bowden, Eleanor Breeze, Christy Burdock, Robbie Campbell, Neil Carroll, Sofia Caselli, Adam Castle and Ed Twaddle, Tereza Červeňová, Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot, Declan Colquitt, José Rafael Cordeiro, Jake Elwes, Darek Fortas, Rufus Roma Genn, Matthew Gough, Thomas Greig, Tom Hatton, Caitlin Hazell, Gabriella Hirst, Jack Howell Evans, Hettie James, Jack Killick, Carla Lavin, James Laycock, Gal Leshem, Melissa Magnuson, Lucy Mayes, Amanda Moström, Rhona Mühlebach, Nathan Roy Newton, Robbie O’Keeffe, Irvin Pascal, Katarzyna Perlak, Seth Pimlott, Tom Platt, Glen Pudvine, Maïa Régis, Harriet Rickard, Martin Sekera, Devlin Shea, Felix Treadwell, David Walker Kennedy, Max K Weaver and Michaela Yearwood-Dan.

BALTIC / BALTIC 39 | 29 September – 26 November 2017.

Block 336 | 27 January – 3 March 2018.

*Image: Sarah Cockings & Harriet Fleuriot, Plasma Vista, 2016 HD video with audio

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Recent Exhibitions

Torremolinos-Tableaux-Tongue-Twister (After Sun) | Sarah Roberts (Gallery 1)
Face Is The Closest | Mark Jackson (Gallery 2)
Torremolinos-Tableaux-Tongue-Twister (After Sun) by Sarah Roberts and Face Is The Closest by Mark Jackson were exhibited simultaneously from April – May 2017.

Recent: Lambeth & Southwark Mind Annual Lecture

On 25th February, Block 336 hosted Lambeth and Southwark Mind’s 2nd Annual Lecture. The event marked the launch of the South London Psychosis Therapy Project under the auspices of Lambeth and Southwark MIND. Psychosis Therapy Project founder Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz was the keynote speaker. Members of her clinical team, Barry Watt and Paul Meechan  discussed the specificity and the relevance of psychoanalytic as treatment of psychosis. Please click on the image to be directed to a video recording of the event.

HIRE

Spaces at Block 336 are available to hire. Please note that they will not be rented for exhibition purposes. Block 336 researches and develops its programme well in advance and is therefore unable to accept unsolicited approaches for exhibitions. If you are interested in hiring the space for other purposes, please email info@block336.com with a description, desired dates, no. of people that would be on site and any other information you feel may be necessary.