33 artists present work on theme of 'I Dreamt I Woke Up'
“We are such stuff as dreams are made on.” Prospero, The Tempest
Riverside Artists Group (RAG) is holding its main annual exhibition on the theme of ‘I Dreamt I Woke Up’. RAG Annual 2021 is taking place in the top-lit Central Space Gallery on Faroe Road in Shepherd’s Bush from 14-31 July (Wednesday - Sundays, 12-6pm).
The organisers say, “Here 33 artists will contemplate the awakening from the dreamlike times that have confronted us. For the visitor, the excitement of a real exhibition is intensified through the textures of paint and the feel of real-space sculpture and assemblage. With each artist providing up to four artworks that are also for sale, it is an opportunity for our increasing audience and collectors to enjoy a range of small to medium sized works. “
In case covid limits the physical exhibition and to broaden coverage for those not able to travel, it will be fully covered on the RAG website along with an audio presentation. RAG’s social media will also show artists’ images with postings through July.
Mike Abrahams, Susan Bazin, Lynne Beel, Clare Belfield, Peter Blegvad, Natalia Bobrova, Joanna Brendon, G. Calvert, Stephen Carter, Peter Charalambides, Emma Davis, Brian Deighton, Josie Deighton, Lucille Dweck, Shona Elrick, Renata Fernandez, Chloe Fremantle, Saadeh George, Sarah Granville, Aude Grasset, Janey Hagger, Harriet Hedden, Martin Ireland, Laura Jacobs, Marianne Moore, C. Morey de Morand, J. A. Nicholls, Jim Sitch, Felicity Swan, Celia Toler, Greta Wakil, Miles Watson, Stephen Williams.
RAG was formed in 1986 at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith. It followed an open submission exhibition to which there was such a large response that a meeting was organise which led to the formation of a group, comprising established and emerging artists,
RAG’s aim is to encourage and promote the interaction and practice of a diverse group of visual artists living or working in West London. It provides a network for an exchange of ideas and information. Members initiate and develop projects and exhibit in both self-selected and curated
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July 5, 2021