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EveryThing Must Go!

EveryThing – is a collaborative artists’ project that showcases a wide range of multiple works for sale from collaborators past and present. Expect special offers, curator tours, workshops and new artist editions.

Assembly Point is delighted to collaborate with Hart Club and Her Prints for this iteration of EveryThing.

The third instalment – EveryThing Must Go! marks the official launch of the new Assembly Point online shop project ‘Editions’.

New work from –  Bea Bonafini, Bernice Nauta, Brian D Hodgson, Borba Anderson, Christian Borchsenius Thomsen, Devlin Shea, Daniel Van Straalen, Something Studios, May Hands, Milly Peck, Hannah Lees, Hannah Rowan, Lucy Whitford, Phoebe Collings-James, Inês Neto dos Santos, Helena De Pulford, Sam Meredith, Tony Lee, Tiago Mestre, Tanguy Bertocchi, Diyou yu, Robbie Fife, Rebecca Kay, Rafal Zajko, Teal Griffin, Self Luminous Society, Aliyah Hussai, Tiago Mestre, James Randell and many more….

More info and artists to be announced soon.

Hart Club is a gallery in SE1 dedicated to championing neurodiversity in the Arts, with a focus on encouraging collaboration. Working with individuals, charities and organisations that support artists to provide a platform to showcase work that often goes unseen. Individuals who think and communicate differently can at times be marginalised, less visible as active members of the community and quickly categorised by stereotypes. Hart Club’s aim is to challenge such preconceptions and to highlight the positive contribution that working collectively can offer society. Hart Club work to obtain creative and financial recognition for artists and encourage conversation around inclusion and diversity within the art world and beyond.

Her Prints has commissioned a unique selection of risograph prints from twelve of the most talented female early-career contemporary artists. Through commissioning new work, Her Prints enables artists to train in a new area, expand their practice, experiment and take risks. The project encourages the development of artists’ careers by providing visibility, sales and support. Her Prints works exclusively with female artists in order to address the gender imbalance still prevalent in the contemporary art world. The project is run by curator and writer Kate Neave.