Cassone Art online magazine
Online magazine www.Cassone-Art.com recently invited us to write a Featured Review of Goldsmiths’ Fine Art & Art History degree student exhibition off Brick Lane in London, UK.
Read the full article: http://www.cassone-art.com/magazine/article/2014/06/goldsmiths-young-artists-build-their-future-in-brick-lane/?psrc=perspectives
Down a small side street off Brick Lane, Goldsmiths art students are provoking gallery goers yet again. Level 2 Fine Art & Art History students recently mounted their first mid-programme exhibition ‘The Middle’ in March 2014 at The Rag Factory, an affordable studio complex off Brick Lane (Tube: Aldgate East). The shadowy cleavage on their invitation is as seductive as the entrance to their space in the ‘Apricot Gallery’, a hairpin turn down a dark passage. In their press release, they bait the media wondering if it’s time for a new movement of young artists in London. Time to shake things up a bit.
Meg Green holds Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts Degrees in Printmaking and Book Arts. She is the founder of Atelier Soleil, Centre for Book Arts in her native Montreal and Some Odd Pages in London, UK. Her original works have exhibited and sold in Montreal, New York and London since 1996.