Zabludowicz Collection at The Tramshed Project

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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

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Zabludowicz Collection are proud to announce a unique partnership with new Shoreditch restaurant and co-working space The Tramshed Project.

Loans of important works of art from the Zabludowicz Collection by Amie Dicke, Rashid Johnson and Glenn Ligon create the ground for the collaboration and act as the point of departure and dialogue around future programme hosted at The Tramshed Project. Focusing on black and female artists from the Zabludowicz Collection the artworks are moments of rupture that ask important questions about the possibility of passive acceptance of broken and outmoded social systems. In this moment of great upheaval and uncertainty, the joint venture hopes to enact the possibilities of different voices coming together to found new connections between communities.

The Tramshed Project is a space to eat, work and explore new ideas. It is a membership-free destination for co-working, eating and learning in the heart of Shoreditch, London. Open to everyone, we're building on the spirit of community fostered during the pandemic to bring people together, safely, at a time of uncertainty.

Works from the Zabludowicz Collection will be on display until 2021 and further information on all the works can be found on the artist pages.

Check back for updates on the programme.

Gallery

Installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson
Installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson
Glenn Ligon, Warm Broad Glow II, 2011, installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson
Glenn Ligon, Warm Broad Glow II, 2011, installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson
Technicians unpacking Amie Dicke's Isabelli, 2004 for installation at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy Zabludowicz Collection. Photo Graeme Robertson
Technicians unpacking Amie Dicke's Isabelli, 2004 for installation at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy Zabludowicz Collection. Photo Graeme Robertson
Rashid Johnson, Self Portrait as The Professor of Astronomy, Miscegenation, and Critical Theory at "The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic Club” Center for Graduate Studies, 2009, installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson
Rashid Johnson, Self Portrait as The Professor of Astronomy, Miscegenation, and Critical Theory at "The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic Club” Center for Graduate Studies, 2009, installation view at The Tramshed Project, London, 2020. Courtesy of Zabludowicz Collection. Photo: Graeme Robertson