In photos: Store X, The Vinyl Factory, Store Studios, 180 The Strand, London
Taking place across multiple floors of a brutalist block in London’s The Strand, Store X The Vinyl Factory is a fascinating free show featuring the work of Ryoji Ikeda, Arthur Jafa, Jeremy Shaw, Virgil Abloh and Ben Kelly.
Billed as a “platform for cultural expression and exchange,” Store X is a collective of spaces, broadcast channels, commissions and partnerships that “bring together a creative community for shared experiences.”
The free show in central London showcases the multi-disciplinary exhibition Everything At Once with Lisson Gallery alongside three site-specific works at its curated space, Store Studios.
These include Jeremy Shaw’s Liminals, in collaboration with König Galerie, Arthur Jafa’s Love is the Message, the Message is Death, in collaboration with Serpentine Galleries, Ryoji Ikeda’s newly commissioned A/V artwork test pattern [N°12], and Virgil Abloh and Ben Kelly’s Ruin.
Here’s some photos from my visit last week:
Show runs until 10th Dec 2017
Tuesday – Saturday: 12pm-7pm
Sunday: 12pm – 6pm
180 The Strand,
London, WC2R 1EA
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