23–26 April 2020
Applications to Supermarket 2020 are now open!
Deadline to apply: 1 October 2019.
23–26 April 2020
Applications to Supermarket 2020 are now open!
Deadline to apply: 1 October 2019.

MOCA London

London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
www.mocalondon.co.uk

mail@robertoekholm.com

Since 1994 MOCA London has been bringing innovative and exciting work to London audiences and abroad. No formal built space was to be required to mount a series of international exhibitions that incorporated sculpture, video, painting, photography and installation. Projects have been curated for virtual and specific sites. MOCA London colloborate with an ongoing selection of new and established artists.

In January 2004 MOCA opened a project space in South London in the Bellenden Renewal Area to initiate a series of exhibitions that were locally based but global in focus. The Project Space offer artists the possibility of making non-commercial work and developing the projects over various periods of time to suit both the artist and MOCA. This co-operative style of working means that the Project Space has a flexible exhibition structure, and works are in situ when they are ready.

Past exhibitions includes Shedding by Martin Gustavsson and Jan Hietala, 2004, Dominik Lejman, 2005, Hello my name is Jenny by Denise Hawrysio, 2005 and the Ristorante Santo Food Turismo, New Years Eve 2009/2010, where MOCA London was the UK pitstop of the trans European tour of all 21 performance menus designed by Marinetti in his Futurist Cookbook which were being performed by Rochus Aust’s performance collective.

MOCA London invites guest curators for various projects. Past curators has included Koan Jeff Baysa, New York, Alan Yates, London and Kjetil Bjorheim, Norway.

For Supermarket 2011 MOCA London will showcase work by, Roberto Ekholm (artist and guest curator for the project), Stuart Mayes and Cécile Emmanuelle Borra. These three artists represent the ambitions of MOCA London in presenting unique and challenging contemporary work.

Since 1994 MOCA London has been bringing innovative and exciting work to London audiences and abroad. No formal built space was to be required to mount a series of international exhibitions that incorporated sculpture, video, painting, photography and installation. Projects have been curated for virtual and specific sites. MOCA London colloborate with an ongoing selection of new and established artists.

In January 2004 MOCA opened a project space in South London in the Bellenden Renewal Area to initiate a series of exhibitions that were locally based but global in focus. The Project Space offer artists the possibility of making non-commercial work and developing the projects over various periods of time to suit both the artist and MOCA. This co-operative style of working means that the Project Space has a flexible exhibition structure, and works are in situ when they are ready.

Past exhibitions includes Shedding by Martin Gustavsson and Jan Hietala, 2004, Dominik Lejman, 2005, Hello my name is Jenny by Denise Hawrysio, 2005 and the Ristorante Santo Food Turismo, New Years Eve 2009/2010, where MOCA London was the UK pitstop of the trans European tour of all 21 performance menus designed by Marinetti in his Futurist Cookbook which were being performed by Rochus Aust’s performance collective.

MOCA London invites guest curators for various projects. Past curators has included Koan Jeff Baysa, New York, Alan Yates, London and Kjetil Bjorheim, Norway.

For Supermarket 2011 MOCA London will showcase work by, Roberto Ekholm (artist and guest curator for the project), Stuart Mayes and Cécile Emmanuelle Borra. These three artists represent the ambitions of MOCA London in presenting unique and challenging contemporary work.

Stuart Mayes, MOCA London: "Play", used VHS video tapes, 2010
Stuart Mayes, MOCA London: "Play", used VHS video tapes, 2010
Cécile Emmanuelle Borra:"Hello Boys!", mixed media, 2010
Cécile Emmanuelle Borra: "The Death of Venus", mixed media with trophy collarette, 2010
Cécile Emmanuelle Borra: "Messenger", mixed media, 2009
Roberto Ekholm: "Mosquito Man #1 (Congress)", archive print, 2009
Roberto Ekholm: "Mosquito Choir", Performance Supermarket 2011
"The Ristorante Santo Food Turismo", performed by Rochus Aust’s performance collective, MOCA London, New Years Eve 2009/2010
Denise Hawrysio, MOCA London: "Hello my name is Jenny", outside view, 2005