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Unprotected Views - Sally Hart

Unprotected Views – Sally Hart

As part of completing her Sociology Masters in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths College, Sally Hart (one of our Gasket founders), has presented her visual work as part of the Habitus exhibition, held at Menier Gallery until the 25th of October. From Sally’s website; “The exhibition is planned, funded, curated, installed and executed by...
Gasket Founder Wins Goldsmiths Award

Gasket Founder Wins Goldsmiths Award

Congratulations to our own Sally Hart for winning the Goldsmiths Sociology Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in MA Photography and Urban Cultures 2013/14! Over the course Sally has produced some extraordinary work such as Urban Terrior and her final dissertation work Unprotected Views. We are proud to have Sally as part of our collective and look...
Leap-Second - Bermondsey

Leap-Second – Bermondsey

After a fantastic week in Marylebone, it was time for Leap-Second to make its way south of the river where last night, the exhibition opened in its second location on the first floor at 183 – 185 Bermondsey St The show will remain here until the 13th of October and include an evening of artist talks and workshops over...
Leap-Second - Marylebone

Leap-Second – Marylebone

Last night we had the great pleasure of opening the Leap-Second exhibition at 51 Chiltern St in Marylebone. The exhibition will be open from 10am until 7pm this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and then from 10am until 6pm on Saturday. We’ve been delighted with how the work has come together and hope that you get...


Gasket are delighted to announce our upcoming exhibition Leap-Second. Featuring 5 artists across 2 locations, Leap-Second is an exhibition which explores the relationships between time, space and perception. Leap-Second 1st to 5th October, Hosted by A and D Gallery, 51 Chiltern St, London W1U 6LY 7th to 13th October First Floor, 183-185 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UW *with...
Form follows

Form follows

Buildings usually have a front door. At home, it’s the door you pose in front of with your new bike / puppy / degree / wife / baby / grandchild. In public buildings it’s the set of stairs on which politicians erect podiums, it’s the setting of countless wedding photos, of protests, celebrations, demonstrations and...