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Hive, La Ruche
20 Buckle Street, Whitechapel
London, E1 8EH
+44 (0) 207 481 3230
T1+2 Archive Site: www.t12artspace.com

About Hive

Hive invests in the creative capital of artists and community, fostering artistic production as the cornerstone of creative regeneration and engagement with architecture and heritage.

Hive supports a growing number of artists in London, running T1+2 Gallery and Hive Projects. Its programme has included artists residencies at 276 Vauxhall Bridge Rd, Victoria, SW1 and Greatorex Street in Whitechapel E1. Hive is currently running la Ruche, a five-storey project which houses 30 artist studios, exhibition spaces and workshops in Whitechapel E1. Further projects are planned in partnership with The City of London Corporation as part of a 5-year urban redevelopment scheme and sites outside London in collaboration with architectural heritage organisations.

The Beehive is a potent symbol of enterprise, design, sustainability and community – Hive’s ‘collective’ structure as an organisation reflects this in it’s commitment to its ongoing Creative and Cultural Leadership programme.

It offers mentor-led apprenticeships and development through the sharing and exchange of skills to artists; bridging communities across boroughs.

Hive works in partnership with leading companies and organisations. Aligning Art and Industry Hive is collaborating with architects, urban designers, cultural researchers and practitioners, councils and schools.

Hive works in partnership with The City of London, Arts Council England, Q-Art London, Metropolitan Works, Saatchi Gallery New Sensations, The Henry Moore Foundation, The East India Company, The Facility and with students and graduates from a wide range of colleges including Goldsmiths and The London Institute.
Artists I like
Helen Chadwick, Gustav Metzger, Ilona Sagar, Sarah Rapson, Alexander Ponomarev, Andrew Ranville, Charlie Hope, Richard Dyer, Marcin Dudek, Hilary Koob-Sassen, Seecum Cheung, Beatrice Jarvis, Macha Poynder, Louise Thomas, Lizzie Cannon, Tetsuya Endo, Antonia Clare Grant, Rose O'Gallivan, Hannah Turner-Duffin, Claire Bayliss, Catherine Bagg, Chloe Shaw, Niamh Riordan, Georgina Sleap, Poppy Jones, Hannah Rae Alton, Lise Hovesen, Benjamin Brett, Javier Rodriguez, David Stearn, Makiko Nagaya, Eva Bensasson, David Birkin, David Boulogne, Godfried Donkor, Paul Fryer, James P Graham, Alex Hamilton, Piers Jackson, Liane Lang, Peter Lewis, Emma McNally, Seboo Migone, Polly Morgan, Valerie Stahl von Stromberg, Liane Lang, Christopher Landoni, Ariane Hosemann, Wolfe Von Lenkiewicz, Gordon Cheung, Douglas White, Martin Sexton, Stewart Home, Mark Aerial Waller, Otto Muehl, Peter Suchin, Cities in the Dark, Nicola Agyeman Frimpong, Charlotte Norwood, Douglas Park
Performance Art, Installation, Conceptual and Relational work, Video-Art, Collective working, Sustainability, Cultural Regeneration, Architecture, Heritage, Design, Communications
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
Current - Recommended:

Fordham Gallery at Maddox Arts Opens: 1st March – 19th March 2011

At: Maddox Arts
52 Brook’s Mews
London W1K 4ED

Maddox Arts is delighted to open its doors to Fordham Gallery. Man Somerlinck’s selection of twenty-nine artists will bring a salon exhibition to Maddox Arts. The show will include works ranging from painting, video installation, sculpture and photography.

Daniela Quillici, Joel Tomlin, Audrey Reynolds, Norbert Prangenberg, Olha Pryymak, Roy Voss, Matthew Tickle, Jeremy Sallon, Luke Brennan, Sherrilee Cooper, Brendan Coates, Lucy Gunning, Richard Annely, Maia Naveriani, Piers Jamson, Ben Cain, Joe Royle, Tina Gverovic, Theo M. M., Ilona Sagar, Michael Needham, Sharon Vickers, Denis Glaser, Elizabeth Magill, Sam Burford, Joseph Kramholler, idonthaveyourmarbles, Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson

See: http://www.maddoxarts.com for more information and schedule of events.
Rob Chavasse

28/02/11 - 29/03/11

Online exhibition at: http://www.bubblebyte.org

Curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini of Hive.
Upcoming- Recommended:

EB&Flow, a new gallery to launch in Shoreditch 2nd April
Since Tomorrow: curated by Hive's Attilia Fattori Franchini

Exhibition dates, 2 April – 26 May
See: http://www.ebandflowgallery.com for more information.

Address: 77 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4QS
Opening Times: Tuesday - Friday 10- 6pm, Saturday 11- 3pm
Nearest tube: Old Street
Phone number: +44 (0)20 7729 7797
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UPCOMING at Trinity ∴ | Alexandra Unger - Debitum Naturæ, 13 - 15 April '12

Alexandra Unger - Debitum Naturæ - Performance Works For St Alfege Park 

Private view/ Reception: Saturday 14th April, 2 - 6 pm

Exhibition Open: 13 - 15 April 2012, 1 - 6 pm | …


Posted on March 24, 2012 at 15:30

Adam Nathaniel Furman and Ilona Sagar’s article in Artlicks magazine, Issue 3



The recently published third issue of Art Licks magazine features a collaborative article by Architectural Association lecturer

Adam Nathaniel Furman and artist Ilona Sagar written in response to the history and aesthetic language of three creative

members… Continue

Posted on April 23, 2011 at 10:11

Recommended Show: Fordham Gallery at Maddox Arts, continues until the 19th march, '11.

If you are around Bond Street / Oxford Circus, London W1 be sure to check out ' Fordham Gallery at Maddox Arts ' which continues until the 19th march, '11.

For more information see: http://www.maddoxarts.com 

Maddox Arts is delighted to open its doors to Fordham Gallery. Man Somerlinck’s selection…


Posted on March 9, 2011 at 15:12

Last Week of 'The Black Balloon | Northbank' Exhibition Closes 12th February

Due to the popularity of our currently showing Public Art Installation The Black Balloon | Northbank at Paul’s Walk on the 

north bank of the Thames, the exhibition is now being extended until the 12th February.

The location can be easily reached via City Thameslink B.R, Mansion House or Temple tube stations or by foot from Tate Modern

via The Millennium…


Posted on February 8, 2011 at 14:21

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At 9:41 on December 6, 2010, rebeccaglover said…
Thanks for the comment. I am not so familiar with Roberto Matta's work so thanks for mentioning that, just checking it now. Am quite a fan of some of his son's stuff.


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