Cross Border_Cluster I_II_II.V_III

A collective of Argentine, Brazilian, British, Colombian, Mexican and Venezuelan artists formed three mixed media shows across London, exhibiting emerging contemporary artists alongside the work of two American greats, Ed Ruscha and Jean-Michel Basquiat

Following the success of Cluster I in the vast empty shell of a restaurant site behind Carnaby Street, which included artists at every stage of their careers, Cluster II continued to build new relationships between artists, galleries and funding organisations, to promote the very best contemporary art. Cluster III brought the work to East London, with paste-ups all along the derelict warehouse walls of Orchard Place, leading to another multi-faceted exhibition on the banks of the Thames, now the large Goodluck Hope housing development.

Project Title
CLUSTER from the series Cross Border

I_Kings Court, Carnaby Street, London W1
II_SW1 Gallery, Cardinal Walk, London SW1
II.V_Mas Civiles, Briffa, London Art Fair
III_Trinity Buoy Wharf and Orchard Place area, London E14

Graham Carrick for Fitzrovia Noir
Manuel Sanmartin for Mas Civiles

Beth Cinamon for Westminster Arts
Garry Hunter for Fitzrovia Noir
Owen Ward for SW1 Gallery



Adolfo Kodema Perez (Mexico)
Alexandra Buhl (Denmark)
Christopher Campbell (UK)
Cipriano Martinez (Venezuela)
Clare Price (UK)
Daniel Medina (Venezuela)
Dominic Hawgood (UK)
Ed Ruscha (USA)
Emily Wilcox (UK)
Esteban Peña (Colombia)
Garry Hunter (UK)
Geoff Diego Litherland (Mexico)

Graham Carrick (UK)
Guillermo Monroy (Mexico)
Gustavo Ortiz
Jean-Michel Basquiat (USA)
Kate Bradbury (UK)
Lucieta Williams (UK)
Manuel Sanmartin (Venezuela)
Marcus Cope (UK)
Renata Fernandez (Venezuela)
Rodrigo Souto Bueno (Brazil)
Stephanie Moran (UK)
William Alexander (UK)

Assemblage, cardboard, found objects, painting, photography, print, sculpture

November 2009-August 2013

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