Gallery 46, in a new partnership of the Londonewcastle Project Space, will exhibit work by established artists alongside new artists and arts initiatives.
Londonewcastle’s Arts Programme was founded by the creative property brand Londonewcastle, headed up by Robert Soning, COO and passionate art collector and patron. The aim was to put vacant spaces to meaningful use by collaborating with London’s creative community, giving new artists a place to showcase their work at their pioneering ‘Londonewcastle Project Space’ in Redchurch Street E2.
Neighbouring Neu Galleries, located in Redchurch Street for a decade, has a history of developing unique and site specific exhibitions with innovative artists and established artists, including Nick Waplington, Sean Dower, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, as well as working alongside music initiatives and off site locations to create a broad spectrum of exhibitions and events.
Londonewcastle and Gallery 46
Co-partner/founder, Rob Soning, Londonewcastle comments: “After an extremely memorable seven years, our exhibition space in Shoreditch has come to a close and we’re currently in the process of opening the new Gallery 46, a more intimate space in Whitechapel.”
“We are proud of the fact that the Redchurch Street gallery has more than served its purpose as a place of great opportunity for the local and wider London creative community and we are certainly aiming to build on this success and achieve the same positive results at Gallery 46. Whitechapel is reminiscent or Shoreditch 10 years ago and we’re excited and enthusiastic about taking the new venture forward.”
Gallery 46 is committed to involving the East London community and will welcome proposals from all creative and arts communities for exhibitions, installation, presentation, photography, recording and all format arts.