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Created 10-Jul-14

Radical Conservatism - Curated by Pil & Galia Kollectiv.

Radical Conservatism, curated by Pil and Galia Kollectiv for its Art & Society strand of exhibitions. The exhibition included works by Chris Evans (London); IRWIN group, founded in Ljubljana (Slovenia); Joseph Lewis (London); Patrick Moran editor of the metal fanzine Buried (London); Oscar Nemon (b. 1906 Osijek, Croatia d. 1985 Oxford, UK); Pil and Galia Kollectiv (London) and Public Movement (Israel).

Radical conservatism, an exhibition that explores the space between these two moments and asks whether these two terms are really antithetical. This photo document was undertaken for Castlefield Gallery in Late Dec 2013.


http://www.castlefieldgallery.co.uk/event/radical-conservatism/
Radical Conservatism - Pil and Galia Kollectiv  -  Castlefield Gallery - 2013Oscar Nemon - Studies for a Bust of Margaret Thatcher #1Oscar Nemon - Studies for a Bust of Margaret Thatcher #2Oscar Nemon - Studies for a Bust of Margaret Thatcher #3Oscar Nemon - Studies for a Bust of Margaret Thatcher #4Oscar Nemon - Studies for a Bust of Margaret Thatcher #5Oscar Nemon - Studies for a Bust of Margaret Thatcher #6Oscar Nemon -Temple of Universal Ethics #1Oscar Nemon -Temple of Universal Ethics #2Oscar Nemon -Temple of Universal Ethics #3Pil and Galia Kollectiv / Oscar Nemon  #1Pil and Galia Kollectiv - Proposals for a Future Monument for a Post-Catastrophic Society #1Pil and Galia Kollectiv - Proposals for a Future Monument for a Post-Catastrophic Society #2Pil and Galia Kollectiv - Proposals for a Future Monument for a Post-Catastrophic Society #3IRWIN - Was ist Kunst Hugo Ball & Bishop Metodij Zlatanov #1IRWIN - Was ist Kunst Hugo Ball & Bishop Metodij Zlatanov #2IRWIN - Was ist Kunst Hugo Ball & Bishop Metodij Zlatanov #3IRWIN - Was ist Kunst Hugo Ball & Bishop Metodij Zlatanov #4Joseph Lewis - three wooden positiv churches #1Joseph Lewis - three wooden positiv churches #2