The Tramshed Project

9 October 2020

Glenn Ligon, Warm Broad Glow II, 2011, and Amie Dicke, Isabelli, 2004 installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson.
Glenn Ligon, Warm Broad Glow II, 2011, and Amie Dicke, Isabelli, 2004 installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson.

Born from the community spirit that emerged during the lockdown, the Tramshed Project opens to the public Friday 9 October, safely bringing people together to work, eat and learn under one roof.

Based in a former tram network power station that was built in 1905, this membership-free destination in Shoreditch is full of plants and trees creating a calm, mindful environment to rebuild.

Zabludowicz Collection is thrilled to announce the loan of a number of artworks on display throughout the Tramshed Project space, so pop along and enjoy the display of works from artists Alvaro Barrington, Amie Dicke, Georgie Hopton, Rashid Johnson, Glenn Ligon and Damien Roach.

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