Every Saturday, a different exhibition of different work by Nazir Tanbouli
About the project Several Skeletons from the Same Closet:
It is now the beginning of 2013 and it is time to look back on the last two years of Studio75. I started the studio with my wife, film-maker Gillian McIver, in January 2011. We wanted to create an artist-led space for both production of our own work, and for creating small exhibitions with different artists. These last two years have been exceptional. The studio has also been influential for most of the artists who have worked with us. A small ground floor studio flat in a council block became a cultural hub and a Bohemian refuge, gathering in a broad variety of people, artists and audiences.
However as you may already be aware, the physical space of Studio75 will soon cease to exist, as the whole block will be pulled down. Actually it should have gone almost 3 months ago, but for building delays.
Yet Studio75 will continue to exist, as a network of artist, friends, as an online organization and presence until we find a new venue, and as an active inspiring framework.
Given that the Studio is in its last weeks, I would like to use the remaining time to share with you the bigger bulk of the work that I have produced here. Regardless what you may think you’ve seen from me in the last two years, it is only a fraction of what I’ve been doing. It’s time to let the skeletons out of the closet.
Therefore, I would like to invite you to visit Studio75. Every Saturday from 12 – 6 will be presented a different collection, exhibited for only one day.
Please check the Studio75 website or my blog to see what will be featured weekly.