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Come and celebrate seven years of artistic experimentation with Banner Repeater!

Fundraiser Event:  Wednesday 8 November 7-11pm


with live performance from Benedict Drew + Chooc Ly Tan

 Somerset House studios, Snooker Room, Strand, London WC2R 1LA

Over the last 16 months Banner Repeater has worked hard to develop a successful new relationship with leaseholders TfL and the new operators of Hackney Downs station, Arriva Rail.

Come and join us in celebrating 7 years of working with some of the most exciting contemporary artists today with a special fundraising event kindly hosted by Somerset House Studios, with a live sound performance by artist Benedict Drew, and artist DJ Chooc Ly Tan Spacer Woman.

Banner Repeater is raising funds through Local Giving to directly support new commissions of artworks, artists publishing and performance, as well as a series of public talks, and to ensure that excellent and challenging art remains visible in a busy public space.







We welcome donations large or small, and every £10 donated receives a complimentary raffle ticket for the prize draw to be pulled on the night, with the chance of winning works by artists Jacolby Satterwhite (Electronic Superhighway, Whitechapel gallery), Yuri Pattison (Chisenhale gallery), Jenna Sutela (Serpentine Marathon), Melanie Jackson (Matts Gallery), Zarina Muhammad (New Contemporaries), Anne de Boer (ICA) and more.

“Banner Repeater redefines what galleries can do. Nurturing the quieter parts, the riskier parts, the parts

in-between and what’s missing, it’s not only an art-place, it’s also a conversational and social nerve-centre.”

     Heather Phillipson is an artist and poet. Upcoming projects include: the Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square 2020

With many thanks for the generous and kind support of Five Points Brewing and Somerset House Studios, and all the wonderful artists who so generously donated work so that other artists might also benefit.

Please note that capacity is 100 people - after that there will be a strict policy of 1 in 1 out - come early to avoid disappointment.   Donations made online will be notified if they have been lucky in the Artists Print Raffle by email.




win: special edition of Orgs, by Jenna Sutela (ed of 30) wrapped in silver foil with a piece of slime mould sclerotium inside


Read an interview with artist and founder Ami Clarke at Temporary Art Review by Ashley Janke.


Temporary Art Review is a platform for contemporary art criticism that focuses on alternative spaces and critical exchange among disparate art communities. Temporary is an international network, highlighting both practical and theoretical discourse through reviews, interviews, essays and profiles on artist-centered spaces and projects.

8 Artist-Run Galleries Breaking New Ground in London

Artsy Editorial

By Laura Purseglove

LP: In your opinion, what makes a gallery successful?

AC: I value experimental spaces that take risks, questioning the relevance and practice of contemporary art, which has a renewed urgency at this point in time. We’re going through some extraordinary changes politically and economically right now, and there’s pity few places left for any kind of experimentation, so art is still of value to us as a way of asking these awkward, pressing questions—questions that undermine our most basic assumptions.

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