The show is finally happening this week at Chelsea College of Arts in London. Follow and join in with the conversation online if you can’t make it in person. It would be great to hear from readers on social media via the Facebook Event page or @gavinfreeborn on Twitter.
Exhibition dates: Wednesday 22 – Saturday 25 April 2015
Photographic artist Gavin Freeborn trades his portraits for hospitality, skills and objects around the world.
London based Irish artist Freeborn seeks to take you on a journey of his international adventures. Inspired by artists who barter, he has exchanged his photographic portraits for other skills, objects and hospitality in over 20 countries since November 2011.
Aiming where possible to travel free from the constraints of conventional economics, Freeborn forms spontaneous relationships in an exciting way. He has selected artists from the community of Chelsea College of Arts to show works that relate to travel or exchange.
Freeborn will also host a unique pop-up portrait studio, where you will have the opportunity to meet him, propose a Freeborn Exchange and have your portrait made. You may even get featured on his blog, Facebook, or Twitter.
All welcome / Free entry
Wednesday 22 / Opening party / 5.30-8.00pm
Thursday 23 / Show open / 11.00-8.00pm
Friday 24 / Show open / 11.00-8.00pm
Friday 24 / Freeborn Exchange Social / 5.30-8.00pm
Saturday 25 / Show open/ 10.00-4.00pm
Saturday 25/ Pop up portrait studio open / 11.00-2.00pm
Saturday 25/ Closing party / 2.00-4.00pm
Location / Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, London, SW1P 4JU.
Chelsea College of Arts is situated in Pimlico, next door to Tate Britain, a five minute walk from Pimlico underground station. The Cookhouse Gallery is just off the corner of the parade ground square.
Feel free to let me know you’re coming via the Facebook Event
Contact / firstname.lastname@example.org / 07814620306