Breese Little open new gallery space
12 September 2013
Contemporary art gallery Breese Little is set to move to a brand new permanent space at 30b Great Sutton Street, continuing their programme of exhibitions with both UK and international artists. Located just a stone’s throw from their previous home, the new gallery includes 550 square feet of exhibition space on the ground floor and a further space on the first floor. The move allows owners Henry Little and Josephine Breese the opportunity to increase their exhibition programme and develop a series of educational events. This will run hand in hand with the gallery’s current off-site education programme which includes an annual lecture series at the London School of Economics and Political Science and the Courtauld Institute of Art. Breese Little also run a termly Prize for Art Criticism to celebrate the work of talented young writers. The inaugural exhibition in their new space will be ‘Thoughts of Terminal Refreshment’ by Benjamin Cohen. The artist investigates the dialogue between computer collage and the act of painting and is drawn to ‘the possibilities of remodelling and reshuffling painting styles appropriated from art history’. The collection is a ‘tug-of-war’ with representation and abstraction, available to view 25th September – 2nd November.