Venue – Cross Street Gallery, 40 Cross Street, London, N1 2BA
Thursday 17 September – Thursday 1 October 2015
Opening times Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 6pm, Sunday 11am to 5pm
0207 226 8600
Imagining Kings Cross is Anne Howeson’s solo exhibition. Howeson’s drawings turns Kings Cross/St Pancras into a palimpsest. Places and fragments are appropriated from imagery hidden in London print archives – including the London Metropolitan Archives, Museum of London and the Foundling Museum – and subverted in scale, context and content. The digitally reprinted images are rubbed out and re drawn, becoming new works evoking a sense of passing time through memory and invention. The unbuilt places of the future and disappeared buildings from the past are imagined and revisited. Part document, part fiction, the work presents architectural regeneration, while considering its effects on the environment and communities of today.
Kings Cross Railway Shed
Anne Howeson is a lecturer at the Royal College of Art and a Jerwood Drawing Prize winner. She works on self-initiated drawing projects in including the solo exhibition ‘Remember Me’, at the Guardian News Media October 2009 and ‘Present in the Past’ at Collyer Bristow 2015. She was an exhibitor in the Derwent Art prize and National Open Art Award 2014 and an invited artist in the Discerning Eye at the Mall Galleries 2011. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of London.
St Pancras in the Fields 1752