イーストロンドンのアートシーンは、もうずいぶん前からブリックレーンだけに留まらない。日曜日のストリートマーケットだって、ブリックレーンからもっと東に向けて伸びるチェシャストリートへ進出しているのだから、Brick Lane is such old news in terms of the art scene in East London. Even the Sunday street market has encroached onto Cheshire Street so why not the art galleries as well? Easter shopping on Brick Lane then, so off we go. The Vivid yellow shopping bag may seduce you entering into the big warehouse vintage shop that we know as “Beyond Retro” but we have no time for that. So turn left at the shop, that’s “Paradise Row”.

Up the shabby council building stairs, wondering what brings you here, it is rather nice to see big sunny gallery space when you reach the top floor. The building used to be a church hall. The natural wooden floor full of ambient lights must have provided lots of fun local events. Tea dances maybe.

But wait a minute, The exact place you are standing right now is not quite where you should be. Because the enormous, open plan space is actually owned by two different galleries. The entrance part is called T1+2 gallery, and the other belongs to Paradise Raw, That’s the trick. “Isn’t it a bit complicated?” the manager of the former gallery smiles. However I am sure for these emerging artist, this boundary doesn’t matter.

Address: 74 Newman St, London, W1T 3EL
Open: Tue-Fri 11:00-19:00 (Sat till 18:00)
Tel: +44 (0)20 7636 9355

Text and Photos: Sayaka Hirakawa, Simon Borkin



住所:74 Newman St, London, W1T 3EL
時間:火〜金 11:00〜19:00(土18:00まで)
TEL:+44 (0)20 7636 9355

Text and Photos: Sayaka Hirakawa
地址:74 Newman St, London, W1T 3EL
时间:周三至周六 12:00-18:00
电话:+44 (0)20 7636 9355

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