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We are excited to be partnering with Marcelle Joseph on a special Frieze London opportunity. Marcelle is curating “Antigone Revisted” in Hypha HQ and this is your chance to be part of it. To apply to be part of the exhibition, submit up to 5 works that are engaged with the theme, and Marcelle will judge the applicants to select successful work to be in the exhibition.

Application form is below.
DEADLINE 23.6.24 6PM

The theme:  Antigone Revisited

The tragedy of Antigone written by Sophocles in 441 BC has attracted writers and dramatists throughout the ages from Jean Cocteau in 1922 to this excerpt from Anne Carson’s 2000 anthology of essays and poetry. Just as Cocteau turned to the drama of ancient Greece for inspiration after the upheaval of World War I, this exhibition turns to the contemporary poet Anne Carson and her interpretation of the Greek heroine of Antigone for guidance in our present era of societal crisis. And just as the Cubists and Surrealists made revolutionary changes in the field of visual art around the same time as Cocteau’s Antigone, the artists in this exhibition create works with the same effect while mining myths, folk tales and pagan practices from the past or building their own worlds as they process the intense drama played out on the world stage today – whether it be the war on our environment, Ukraine’s borders or the Israel-Gaza conflict, the struggle to protect our individual identity or the constant battle to stop the infringement of citizens’ rights in our world’s democracies. Just as the epitaph to this exhibition ends in a hope for personal freedom, the works of these artists present a united front in these times of collapsing liberties and constitute a collective strength or light akin to the Greek heroine 

Exhibition dates: 23 September to 13 October 2024
Private View: 3 October 2024, 6.30 to 8.30pm
The show will be open by appointment from 23 September to
6 October with the gallery open from Monday to Friday 12-6pm.

During Frieze Week, the gallery will be open from 8th October to 13th October from 12-6pm and will be open late for West End Night as per the Frieze VIP Programme.

ABOUT Marcelle Joseph:
Marcelle is an American independent curator and collector based in the United Kingdom. In 2011, Joseph founded Marcelle Joseph Projects, a nomadic curatorial platform that has produced over 45 exhibitions in the UK and the rest of Europe, featuring the work of over 300 international artists. Joseph holds an MA in Art History with Distinction from Birkbeck, University of London with a specialization in feminist art practice. Her curatorial work focuses on gender and the performative construction of identity with an emphasis on material-led artistic practices. Joseph is the executive editor of Korean Art: The Power of Now (Thames & Hudson, 2013). Additionally, Joseph is the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of Mimosa House, London. She is also an Ambassador of the Royal Academy Schools, London, an Advisory Council member of the Eye of the Collector, London, and a Selection Panel member of PLOP Residency, London. She served as a trustee of Matt’s Gallery in London from 2018-2022 and served on the jury of the 2017-2019 Max Mara Art Prize for Women, in collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery and Collezione Maramotti, and the Mother Art Prize 2018. She also collects artworks by female-identifying artists under the collecting partnership, GIRLPOWER Collection, as well as more generally as part of the Marcelle Joseph Collection. Since 2022, her collection was been on public display in the UK in two institutional exhibitions co-curated by Joseph, the first  at the Rugby Art Gallery & Museum, Rugby (2022) and the second at the Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds, Leeds (2023-24). In 2022, Joseph also co-curated her first museum exhibition in the United States at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles titled ‘The Condition of Being Addressable’. In 2023, she co-founded the GIRLPOWER Residency in southwestern France, an annual artist residency for female-identifying and non-binary artists.

Contact Information
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Socials: @hyphastudios