‘Padsjgams’ and ‘A Vehicle for Revolution’, two take-over exhibitions – The Old Police Station, Deptford, London

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'A Vehicle for Revolution' by Rosemary Cronin in The Old Police Station, Deptford, London. Photo credit Kelise Franclemont.‘A Vehicle for Revolution’ by Rosemary Cronin in The Old Police Station, Deptford, London. Photo credit Kelise Franclemont.

Padsjgams‘ and ‘A Vehicle for Revolution‘ are two of the 50-some events included in Deptford X – London’s Contemporary Arts Festival which hosts artist open studios, exhibitions, tours, workshops, and other happenings. These two artist-run shows are hosted by The Old Police Station in Deptford (East London), and include the work of five artists recently graduated from Chelsea College of Arts’ MA Fine Art course. Festival and exhibition ends Sunday 4 October 2015.

Studying the ‘identifiable and affective’

An art exhibition in a police station? I wasn’t sure how that could work until I visited The Old Police Station “a do-it-yourself art centre” in Deptford for a two-in-one group show, “Padsjgams” and “A Vehicle for Revolution“. It was clear from the start how apropos was the…

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