Welcome to the forth chapter of a new curatorial series and space by Trine Stephensen / The Plantation Journal. A Corner With intends to highlight one artists' practice each month, through an exhibition of work created in the space in the month leading up to the opening. A Corner With Yoshi Kametani presents 945° C. 945° C is a survey into layers upon layers of destruction. Combining the physical damage caused by the fire with the digital corruption of the recorded file, the work ponders the line between beauty and violence, and creation and decay, with entropy being at its core.
PV Thursday 1 March 7 - 10 pm
Friday 2 March 1 - 5 pm
Saturday 3 March 1 - 5 pm
Sunday 4 March 1 - 5 pm
Or by appointments until 11 March.
A Corner With
51-63 Ridley Road
E8 2NP, London
We spoke to Nat Ward about his inspiration. "I draw upon a hodgepodge of influences like an early professional training in classical music, family history, my admiration for simply written realist fiction, the use of allegorical narrative in American popular music, the specific geo-political and social histories of certain landscapes, and the stories I hear from people who live in the places I photograph."
A CORNER WITH is proud to present a solo exhibition of works by Francesca Tamse.
PRIVATE VIEW THURSDAY 7 DECEMBER 7-10 PM.
A CORNER WITH is a new curatorial series and space by Trine Stephensen. It intends to highlight one artists' practice each month, through an exhibition of work created in the space in the month leading up to the opening.
27 OCTOBER 2017
One more week to the preview of the solo show of Anthony Tafuro at 'A Corner With', very exciting! All welcome!
4 SEPTEMBER 2017
Tomorrow is the very first exhibition in the new space, 'A Corner With', curated by Trine Stephensen. First exhibition with Emma Bäcklund. All welcome! 51-63 Ridley Road, E8 2 NP.
18 SEPTEMBER 2017
We are very excited to participate at this years Unseen Book Market. Housing over 60 independent publishers, the Book Market encourages visitors to rub shoulders with a range of creatives who experiment with the printed and bound counterpart of image making: photo books. Immerse yourself in our rich programme of impromptu book launches, signings and discussions that celebrate the thrill of discovering new publications and the people who make them.
We are table 54!
Friday: 11:00 - 21:00
Saturday: 11:00 - 20:00
Sunday: 11:00 - 17:00
14 SEPTEMBER 2017
The Plantation Journal is pleased to invite you to the first chapter of a new curatorial series curated by Trine Stephensen. 'A Corner With' intends to highlight one artists' practice each month, through an exhibition of work created in the space in the month leading up to the opening.
The audience are introduced to floor plan sketches by the artists before the show begins, as they explore the site-specific qualities and possibilities of their work in relation to the space given. The same space each time, interpreted in an endless number of ways. In each case, these sketches will be collected later into a publication together with the final installation images. The first artist partaking in the series is Emma Bäcklund. We hope to see you during that weekend!
Private View Thursday 5 October 8:30pm-11pm
Friday 6 October 12-19
Saturday 7 October 12-19
Sunday 8 October 12-19
A Corner With
51-63 Ridley Road
12 SEPTEMBER 2017
scratch the surface is a group show curated by The Plantation Journal. Artists includes Marianne Bjornmyr, Louisa Clement, Alexander Duncan & Ryan L. Moule, Felicity Hammond, Maya Rochat, Francesca Tamse and Hiroshi Takizawa. The show is up until 7th of October 2017.
17 JULY 2017
Happy to take part in the Kiosk Independent Publishers Fair 12th - 13th August at Copeland Gallery. Come and say hi.
31 MAY 2017
Grey Cube 113 presented a site-specific photography installation at the lockers at Tate Modern exploring the theme of 'Sculptural Surfaces' and works selected from The Plantation Journal upcoming issue 6, especially launched at Offprint 2017. Visitors were invited to experience how images and surfaces are perceived when seen repetitively in different museum spaces.
Read more here!
12 MAY 2017
Very excited to take part at Offprint London, 19-21 May at Tate Modern. We will launch The Plantation Journal 6 Sculptural Surface including artists Ruth Van Beek, Francesca Tamse, Xiaoyi Chen, Jess Gough, Hiroshi Takizawa, Adam Glibbery and Maya Rocha. Commissioned text by David Rosenberg and design by Jamie Shawn.
We will have all previous journals on display, and any not already sold out will be for sale.
Friday 19 May 18 :00 – 22 :00
Saturday 20 May 12 :00 – 20 :00
Sunday 21 May 12 :00 – 18 :00
Come and say hi!
Bankside, London SE1 9TG
9 MAY 2017
Roman Road & The Plantation Journal is pleased to invite you to the book launch of:
a collaborative publication between
Mia Dudek and Alix Marie
Edited by Trine Stephensen / The Plantation Journal
MDAM is a collaboration between The Plantation Journal and artists Mia Dudek and Alix Marie made on the occasion of their eponymous exhibition at Roman Road. This new publication takes a compelling look at the artists' experimental approaches to photography and sculpture. While their current exhibition gathers installations and more sculpture-based works, the MDAM book is a playful puzzle that brings together their photographic practices exploring bodily matters.
The Plantation Journal is an art initiative and project space, run by Trine Stephensen, showcasing explorations within the curatorial and photographic fields in the contemporary arts through exhibitions, workshops, events and publications. It presents a carefully curated selection of photographic works related to sculptural photography. MDAM is exploring the format of an exhibition catalogue, introducing work that is not necessarily seen in the show, but that has been essential for the creation of the exhibition at Roman Road.
Book Launch: Saturday 13 May 2017, 2pm - 6pm
69 Roman Road
London E2 0QN
Nearest Tube: Bethnal Green or Stepney Green
Buses: 8, 55, 106, 254 and 388
21 APRIL 2017
Happy to be part of the exhibition A PRINT opening in Gothenburg 10 May. An open archive of architecture publications by Studio Nock.
19 APRIL 2017
Happy to announce that we will participate at OFFPRINT London this year too. We will be launching The Plantation Journal 6 Sculptural Surface on the opening night. See you there! 19 - 21 May 2017 at Tate Modern.
27 JAN 2017
If in Bologna, Italy, make sure to check out The Plantation Journal in good company at the Photo Book Exhibition at Edicola 518 AD Artefiera.
24 JAN 2017
We spoke to ECAL student Karla Voleau about her recent project in Berlin. Read it here!
29 NOV 2016
Thank you all for visiting our exhibition over the weekend. It was truly amazing to see so many people at the opening. If you didn't have the chance to see the show, you can see the installation pictures here!
25 NOV 2016
Welcome to the exhibition opening of Gabby Laurent and Dominic Bell, curated by Trine Stephensen. The exhibition is an exploration of a restricted space: their studio, and the collaborative process between the curator and the artists. All of the work has been made in the studio within the last two months, including the prints, which was produced in the darkroom set up in the space.
Private View Friday 25 November 7-10pm, 5 crown close E3 2JQ
Open also Saturday and Sunday 10-6pm
15 NOV 2016
We spoke to the talented artist Emma Bäcklund about her current project. Read it here!
10 NOV DEC
Beaux-Arts de Paris
14 Rue Bonaparte
Launch of The Plantation Journal handmade book bag. Limited edition silken/ velour handmade book bags, with a Dye Sublimation Print by Francesca Tamse. Edition of 11. Buy the limited handmade book bag here!