3rd Sep 20 -> 15th Sep 20

Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12-6pm


The Koppel ProjectThe Koppel Project
Clive JenningsClive Jennings
Cristina ReyesCristina Reyes
Emily LazerwitzEmily Lazerwitz
Ingrid Berthon-MoineIngrid Berthon-Moine
Lise BouissièreLise Bouissière
Ferg CooperFerg Cooper
Fiona G. RobertsFiona G. Roberts
Isabel BonafeIsabel Bonafe
Lara GearyLara Geary
Magda KucaMagda Kuca
Rebecca GilpinRebecca Gilpin
Rebecca HardakerRebecca Hardaker
Rupert WhaleRupert Whale
Xenia Busalova StudioXenia Busalova Studio

The Koppel Project Exchange, an exhibition and event space located at 193 Piccadilly, is the latest venture of The Koppel Project, a central London arts charity established since 2016. Located at the heart of British culture; opposite the Royal Academy of Arts, and nestled between BAFTA and Fortnum & Masons TKP Exchange will host a rolling cultural programme, encompassing exhibitions, pop-up shops, workshops and public events. The space will provide opportunity for early and mid-career creatives to engage with wider audiences, and each other in this iconic location.

For our opening activation of TKP Exchange, we will be presenting The Koppel Project Showcase, an exhibition of artists currently resident in our Chancery Lane studios - The Koppel Project Hive. TKP Hive has housed over 350 artists in its three year existence, and so this exhibition is an invitation to meet a selection of emerging and established London-based artists, who not only cover a multitude of mediums, but also demonstrate the vibrancy of our studio artist community, and that of the wider London art scene.

The Koppel Project Showcase 2020 will be running alongside TKP Hive’s Summer Open Studios, 10th - 12th September, as well as participating in the first weekend of London Design Festival 2020.

On Saturday 12th September as part of London Design Festival 2020, artist Emily Lazerwitz will be demonstrating rug making techniques. Emily is an artist and mathematician who makes work that investigates government systems using data mined from the Internet. She then takes this data and transforms it into textiles using traditional craft techniques. In her demonstration, Emily will show her most recent pieces and explain how she came to learn rug-making techniques as well as the inspiration behind her work. (Booking essential)

On Sunday 13th September photographer Magda Kuca will be hosting a virtual workshop teaching participants about the history and techniques of cyanotype. Magda specialises in utilizing the historical photographic technique of wet plate collodion. She has been exhibited around the world and has hosted alternative photography technique workshops internationally. (Booking essential).


Photography Credit: Rocio Chacon (IG: rocio_chacon_studio)

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