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CARTER presents  


 An independent curatorial exhibition space founded in 2005 in East London  
   
 

Our directive is to promote and work with artists, enabling them to develop experimental and newly created works. We also work with artists with an international profile on curated projects and events.

CARTER presents has attracted an International audience with  many of its exhibitions receiving reviews in the pages of: Art Monthly, Untitled, Contemporary magazine, Art Review, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, Dazed and Confused, Aesthetica and Time Out.

Carter presents Studio 59
 
 
 
Carter Presents is an ongoing  curatorial project by artist Jamie Robinson  which launched  with its first exhibition “Pencil” in October 2005  in Hoxton London. Jamie Robinson studied painting at the RCA before setting up a studio in Brick Lane in the early 90s which housed at various times around a dozen artists in an old electricity substation of approximately 12,000 square feet. Artists who have worked there include Dinos and Jake Chapman, Nick Waplington, Melanie Manchot, Tom Gidley,  Sam Taylor Wood and  more.   Prior to setting up Carter Presents in a converted biscuit factory in Hoxton in 2005, Jamie Robinson curated  exhibitions in London including "Counter" 1999 at AVCO Bethnal Green and   "Domestocity " at Cell Projects  Hackney London" in 2003. Artists  were Lee Maelzer, keith Coventry, Franko B and Daniel Jackson. 
 
 Collaborations and Offsite projects have included:  Invited guest gallery at KIAF Seoul, Bruuns Bazaar  Mayfair  experimental work by Alexis Harding and Laura Buckley.  We have worked  collaboratively with galleries in Europe, America and Canada, Brigitte Schenk Cologne Germany, Kinzelman Fine Arts, Houston USA, Apt Draschan in Vienna and Projex-Mtl, Montreal Canada amongst others.  We participated in The Art Car Boot Fair on Brick Lane.  Carter Presents last exhibition of 2006 was included in  "Paris Calling" with Bad Beuys Entertainment. The Times Newspaper placed the exhibition at number one in the top five exhibitions to see in England.  
 
 
 
Artists  exhibited  with Carter presents since 2004 have included:
 
Marcus Harvey, Bob and Roberta Smith, Gavin Turk, Hermann  Nitsch, Alexis Harding, Gary Webb, Mark Titchner, Claire Carter, Franko B, Keith Coventry, Dan Hays, Gavin Lockheart,John Askew, Matt Franks, Martin Westwood, Cedric Christie, Danny Rolph, David Rayson, Wayne Winner, Ian Dawson, Roger Kelley, Gavin Nolan, Will Tuck, Jonathan McLeod, Daniel Jackson, Dallas Seitz, Colin Smith, Brian Reed, Lee Mealzer, Jonny Green, Jonathan Gent, Hannah Wool, Derek Ogbourne, Hilary Jack, Mark Jones, Sarah Baker, Daniel Jackson, Mark Wright, Colin Smith, David Cunningham, Cedric Christie, Bad Beuys Entertainment,  Thomas Draschan, Denise Kum, Laura Buckley, Laura White, Peter Fillingham, Kirsten Glass, Patricia Ellis, Claire DeJong, Paul Sakoilsky, David Cunningham, Sheena McRea, Brad Butler and Karen Mirza, Manfred Peckl, Heather Spark, Monica Biagioli, Katherine Storey,   
 
 
 
Curatorial projects:
 
Our innovative programme for 2020 will build upon  past experiences and successes in the curation of visual, live and interdisciplinary art works. Currently put on hold by Covid -19. We are planning a week end festival of Zine  which is now to  happen after Lockdown 
 
 
Carter Presents offers an unprecedented chance for British artists/writers/theorists and the general public to exhibit and to view work  often  never seen and/or screened here before.  This is set within our overall curatorial policy of exhibiting and staging works by innovative and progressive artists. 
 
Contact: Jamie Robinson

 

carterpresents1@gmail.com