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Natsko Seki – A fantastic new show of work

18th January 2017

If you didn’t already know. Netsuke Seki has a solo show on at Daiwa Foundation, London Please visit Natsko’s website for more information. website! 2s,3s & 4s is my first London solo exhibition. Please come and see her new work! Daiwa Foundation Japan House 13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Outer Circle London NW1 4QP Exhibition: 13 January-22…


G-FEST programe launch

11th October 2016

Click on the images to take you to G-FEST website                                                                                            

Work in progress

25th September 2016

Following on from a request to see some images of the transformation of the halls since we founded T.H.I.S, here is a film showing some images from over the last 6 years.      


Maruša Meglič’s Chalton Gallery Show

24th September 2016

A big thanks to the entire residency team for all their hard work, to Chalton Gallery for their continued assistance and support and to Marusa Meglic for being such a great A.I.R. We wish her all the very best, in what will no doubt be a very strong career.            …


Continued reflections on critical art practice

3rd January 2016

T.H.I.S is proud to announce a second essay in Artblog by  Hammam Aldouri (Phd).  On immanence (1): Continued reflections on critical art practice. Hammam was not only one of our original artist members and all round clever bugger but also the founder of the A.I.R scheme back in 2011. Enjoy.  


Happy Christmas to all our friends

23rd December 2015

THIS would like to wish everyone we’ve gotten to know and who is connected to us and what we do – a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. Photo from the AIR space (Yuka Namekawa AIR)


5th Birthday Open Studios

5th December 2015

Following the signing of a new 7 year lease T.H.I.S was very proud to hold (a slightly overdue) 5th birthday open studios. Luke Drozd craft beer went down a little to well and we were pleased to see many old and some new friends. Thanks to Carla and Bryony for organising the whole event.