Bob and Roberta Smith and the LCCA
in collaboration with I.D.E.A.London at the ICA:
Sunday 5th June 12 – 10.00 pm
The Mall, London, SW1
& Roberta Smith
set up the Leytonstone Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA)
to extend their practice and get their idiom of ‘Make
your Own Damn Art’ to the masses.
Jaime Gili's posters
click to enlarge
For one day only LCCA, in collaboration with I.D.E.A.London
will curate a day of exhibitions, events and performances
at the ICA.
“The Art World can seem like a huge bureaucracy what with
the Arts Council and all its forms; the etiquette of trying
to approach a gallery with your art; the amount of
functionaries that purport to offer opportunities yet
seem to act as gate keepers to visibility. In post
bureaucracy a new generation of artists has been asked
to reflect on all the roles of the gallery and devise
new ways in which the public can be engaged in Art
LCCA April 2005
There will be activities throughout the building all
Fred and Greg performances, on the hour every hour:
Charlotte Young – Public crits. on LCCA artists’ work
The Centre for Pharmaceutical Arts.
Optimising Art Opportunities
Artists Signing table, get your own personally
signed ‘work of art’
Tipos Moviles: A poster based project by Jaime Gili
and Fundacion la Llama with works by 14 UK artists
Die Kunst, Victor Mount, Bob Smith, Rust Bucket and The Bleeps,
Performances after 7:30pm
And much, much more!
Remy La Mont
|O.A.O. (Optimising Art
Daniel Shaw-Town and Matthew Johnstone interview potential new members
OAO during the LCCA day at the ICA.
Jon Klein at work