Wasted Spaces: Unwanted Properties Become The New Art Gallery

Wasted Spaces: Unwanted Properties Become The New Art Gallery

Wasted Spaces provides new exhibition opportunities for young artists.

Lisa Baldini
  • 1 march 2010

Artists have always had to make do with what they’ve got. In tough economic times such as these, galleries close frequently and so playing it safe is the norm in the current climate. So, how do artists get their work exhibited if it’s not, well, “big paintings”? It’s a question that Wasted Spaces is presently experimenting with in London. Their mission: “transform vacant properties and other unloved spaces into exciting art experiences.”

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