Sep 23 2011 Mail & Guardian
“The untitled gallery is a satellite gallery that utilises a different redeveloped location and a different medium for each individual show,” said Turpin.
The project celebrates the rejuvenation of the inner city while at the same time creating a platform for the showcasing of different forms of art in interesting urban spaces. “Galleries are inaccessible to the general public,” said Turpin. “Many people feel undermined in galleries, or not welcome or taken advantage of. We’re sick of young artists bitching that they don’t have anywhere to show their work and can’t get on the Goodman bill. We have to make spaces for ourselves.”
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