No Show project space

Year2021
TypeVisual arts, Galleries and museums

No Show Space occupies the ground floor of our studio in East London. We run it as an independent project space for contemporary art with an informal programme of events and shows.

As a non-profit platform we offer support-in-kind to artists to help explore and take risks in their working practice. We are particularly motivated by the role artists can play in bringing about change, even if only subtle shifts, with an emphasis on experimentation, exchange and activism.

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Holy, Holy, Holy: an exhibition of books with holes, installation view, No Show Space 2021 Photo: Fraser Muggeridge studio
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Holy, Holy, Holy: an exhibition of books with holes, installation view, No Show Space 2021 Photo: Daniel Jackson
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(Top left, clockwise) 'nesT A Quarterly of Interiors', Fall 1999; Dieter Roth '8'; Vagn Steen 'A Hole Book'; Experimental Jetset 'Interne Correspondentie', Issue 2; Scott Blake 'Vertigo Books'; Jan de Cock 'Werk', No.13; Bruno Munari 'Libro 5'; Kendell Greers 'Point Blank'. Holy, Holy, Holy: an exhibition of books with holes, installation view, No Show Space 2021 Photo: Fraser Muggeridge studio
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(Top left, clockwise) Mark Pawson 'ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo'; Carol Belanger Grafton 'Optical Designs in Motion with Moiré Overlays'; Scott Blake 'Vertigo Books'; Priscilla Jean 'Pattie Round & Wally Square'; Giorgio Sadotti 'From Navels to Nipples'; Scott Blake 'Hole Punch Flipbook'; Aslak Gurholt 'Pipes'; Will Burtin 'Strathmore - Expressive Printing Papers'; Mark Pawson 'ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo'. Holy, Holy, Holy: an exhibition of books with holes, installation view, No Show Space 2021 Photo: Fraser Muggeridge studio