Tuesday, 25 September 2018

An Exhibition for Babies

Watch it Gallery @ Lewisham Arthouse Project Space

Saturday 6th Oct 12-6pm
Sunday 7th October 11-6pm

Featuring contemporary and historical art (in miniature for babies) curated by Rachal Bradley, Melanie De Quincey, Tom Godfrey, Brian Griffiths, Sophie Michael, Andrew Munks and Acid Prawn (Sian Dorrer)

Lewisham Arthouse
140 Lewisham Way
SE14 6PD


for more info email watch-it@outlook.com

this exhibition is part of Art Licks

Friday, 7 July 2017

Upcoming group show : Inaction : Saturday 15th July

The next exhibition at Watch-it Gallery.
Bringing you the finest of fine fine Art


A one night show
Saturday 15th July


Louise Ashcroft | Gilly Booth | Marisa Futernick | Lucy Harris | Katy Kirbach | Rachel Lowe | Sophie Michael | Nancy Nelson | Lizzy Whirrity |  Aishan Yu

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Monday, 12 June 2017


Robert Holcombe: Telekinesis 
Ghost Pornography & Fabricated Phenomena (1953 - 1980)
Watch-it, May 2017

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Upcoming Exhibition : Saturday 13th May 2017 : Telekinesis

Robert Holcombe: Telekinesis 
Ghost Pornography & Fabricated Phenomena (1953 - 1980)

Private View

Saturday 13th May 2017

Then open by appointment until 28/5/17

Watch-it Gallery

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Robert Holcombe is an entirely fictional British artist (b. Leeds 1923 – d. Exeter 2003) whose fascination with collage was first discovered when he began cutting up magazines and rearranging the parts whilst convalescing from injuries sustained in 1944, during active service in Malaya. He was a radio engineer, a contemporary of Richard Hamilton at the Slade School of Art and, from 1955 until 1988, a planning officer in Leeds. He maintained a long correspondence with Eduardo Paolozzi, whose interest in elaborate fictions and alternate realities he shared. Although Holcombe did not exhibit publicly during his lifetime, he made most of his work under two pseudonyms – Gene and Michael Harrison. It’s also notable that many of his images, particularly those featuring material rooted in fashion, advertising and technology, show a more ambiguous enthusiasm for the world of the Post-War era than was usual at the time. His works are marked by a fascination with consumerist excess, inscrutable apparitions of surgical, sexual and folkloric symbols inside modernist interiors, and unsettling disturbances of ordinary space.

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Sunday, 27 March 2016

The Visit - Extract from a performance by Jennifer & Jeremy Glogan

Extract from The Visit (7 minutes)
a performance by Jennifer & Jeremy Glogan 
Saturday 3rd October 2015

ITALY - New work by Esmeralda Valencia Lindström

Sandy, 2015
Video, 5 minutes
Esmeralda Valencia Lindström
Language: English, dubbed in Italian