The Crown Letter — Février

Exhibition

Drawing, film, installation, photography...

The Crown Letter — Février

Past: February 9 → March 9, 2021

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Luise Schröder

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Schröder Luise, Sans titre, 2021 Collage Luise Schröder & The Crown Letter

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Catherine Radosa

Alivio from Michelle Deignan on Vimeo.

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Michelle Deignan

LookingSouth from Michelle Deignan on Vimeo.

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Natacha Nisic
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Natacha Nisic, Our lives, 2021 Photography Natacha Nisic & The Crown Letter

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Ruth Maclennan

Horizon (Sixth Lap) from Ruth Maclennan on Vimeo.

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Manuela Morgaine

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Manuela Morgaine, Crossing Abbey Road — Pandemic remix Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport 2021, 2021 Photography Manuela Morgaine & The Crown Letter

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Katja Stuke

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Katja Stuke, From th seri Moon over Konohana, 0 Photography Katja Stuke & Th Crown Letter

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Liza Dimbleby

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Liza Dimbleby, June 1984 Rail Map of Europe, January 2021, 2021 Map, paper Liza Dimbleby & The Crown Letter

Letter from Glasgow: Ten Rooms

Starokonushenny Pereulok Leconfield Road Lychener Strasse Malaia Bronnaia Ulitsa Rue Marx-Dormoy Copenhagen Place Rue Cardinet Rue des Mariniers Kaloshin Pereulok Keith Grove

Tired of waiting, I go back to each street in turn. I sit down at the table, I look out of the window. In each room I can remember the exact arrangement of the furniture, the direction of the window in relation to the sun, and the view from it. I look out of the window. There are the rooms that I return to readily, where I sink in to the conversations, the to and fro keeping us warm. I take my place at the table or on the lit-couchette. The other rooms are ones where there were no conversations. I do not want to go back to these streets but they are lodged just as stubbornly inside me.

I wonder if, when the borders are open again, I might take a train and travel through these rooms, from London to Paris, to Berlin and on to Moscow. To join up the streets, even the ones I don’t want to go back to, without getting diverted, by train and on foot, back to the places inside.

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SE Barnet

Unloading from Ruth Maclennan on Vimeo.

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Ana Mendes

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Ana Mendes, Map series, 0 Paper, thread, sewing machine — 210 × 197 cm Ana Mendes and The Crown Letter

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