In 2014, What is the Point? presented 15 artists at an exhibition at Adam Street Gallery on the Strand.
Andy Reeve – Anita de Harde – Bradley Mallett – Derek Culley – Donato Cinicolo – Edwin Barrington Lue Shing – Helen Purdie – Kate Enters – Kylliki Talp – Lucia Thompson – Lydia Manship – Marcelle van Wyk – Paul O’Farrell – Ruth Miller – Tim Fowler
What Is The Point? 2014
5th – 27th JUNE 2014
‘What Is The Point?’ is a group exhibition for UK and International 2D artists. Supported by the Adam Street Gallery on the Strand, London, the exhibition will run for the month of June 2014.
This is the second year of What is The Point? organised by artist Kate Enters. This is a group show of 15 contemporary UK and International artists. All have agreed to support this initiative as a collaborative artistic process and all are responding to the title of the exhibition by creating a new artwork for this occasion. The artists were chosen by a committee from a long list of applicants. Rules and regulations have been agreed that cover everything from the size of the artwork to bringing a set number of guests to the private view.
Kate Enters decided to set up this initiative in 2013 to support artists with incredible potential to reach a wider audience in and beyond the Art world. She has often expressed the opinion that individuals working alongside each other create power through their numbers and their sharing of information and contacts. Following the huge success of the 2013 exhibition she hopes What Is The Point? will continue to be an annual feature on the International Art Calendar.
She is supported by a strong committee:
Peter D-Eugenio – Art collector and entrepreneur; Bradley Mallet – Artist; Vivi Ibru Stankov – Collector of International Contemporary Art; Tolleck Winner – International artist and sculptor and member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Adam Street is delighted to be supporting this initiative for the second year running. The club is renowned for its cultural support within the London social scene and regularly exhibits contemporary artists within the gallery space.