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The AfterWORK Events Series, incorporating panel discussions, artist talks and film screenings, provides a publicly accessible means of stimulating critical debate around the themes and practices of exhibiting artists, architects and designers.


Book Launch: Made by Hand

Saturday 26 April, 3.30–5.30pm

at WORK Gallery

To celebrate the launch of Made by Hand: Contemporary Makers, Traditional Practices, WORK welcomes three craftspeople featured in the book to discuss their processes, their products, and the place of traditional skill in contemporary design. From 3.30pm, each maker will give a short introduction to their practice; from 4pm there will be an opportunity to ‘meet the makers’ and learn about some of the tools and tricks of their trades. The special guest artisans are Tim Chilcott of Green Man Knives; Andreas Hudelmayer, maker of violins, violas and cellos; and Kim Downes of Stewart Hearn London Glassworks.

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London Gallery Day for EC1 & WC1 Galleries


Friday 25 and Saturday 26 April, 12–8pm

at WORK Gallery

To celebrate the second annual London Gallery Day, WORK will extend the exhibition opening hours of Phil Bergerson: American Artifacts until 8pm both nights. PAPERWORK Bookshop will offer a discount of 40% off all titles and 20% off all print editions for two days only.


Book Launch: Shape of Sound by Victoria Meyers

Thursday 8 May, 6-8pm

at WORK Gallery

Over the past 20 years, Victoria Meyers (a founding partner of New York-based hanrahanMeyers architects) has crafted an architectural and urban design practice that responds to sound as an integral aspect of spatial experience and environment. WORK and Artifice books on architecture are pleased to welcome Victoria Meyers and special guest Max Dixon who will speak at the launch about relationship between aural and spatial design and management strategies. Shape of Sound will be available at the special price of £20 (RRP £24.95) from PAPERWORK Bookshop during the launch.

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Book Launch and One-Night-Exhibition: Science & Fiction

Thursday 22 May, 6-8pm

at WORK Gallery

Science & Fiction is the fourth book showcasing the most recent work produced by the Royal College of Art (RCA) Photography Programme, situating fresh talent from one of the UK’s more innovative photography courses alongside texts by novelists, artists, philosophers and academics. Through the channels of science and fiction–science as data, image algorithms and surrender to technological temptations; and fiction as invention, construction and critique–these young photographers approach the questions and tensions that surround the current state of the photographic image. To celebrate the book launch, WORK is hosting a one-night-only exhibition by 20 emerging international artists. WORK is delighted to announce that special guest Tom McCarthy will speak at the launch.



Married to the Bride of Denmark: The Architectural Review in the Time of de Cronin Hastings

Wednesday 11 June, time TBC

at WORK Gallery

A roundtable discussion to coincide with the exhibition The Architectural Review: A Cover Story, 29 May–28 June 2014. The event will feature speakers affiliated with the Architectural Review from the 1970s through to the present day. More details will be released in early May.

In Conversation: Carl Turner

Thursday 19 June, 6.30–8pm

at WORK Gallery

Carl Turner of Carl Turner Architects discusses the statement that “small is a state of mind, not simply a scale we must graduate from on the way to the inevitable large” in relation to the practice’s recent and upcoming projects. The event celebrates the release of Small: Carl Turner Architects by Artifice Books on Architecture.


Building London: A Roundtable

Tuesday 25 June, 6.30–8pm

at WORK Gallery

A roundtable between Eric Parry of Eric Parry Architects, Mike Stiff of Stiff + Trevillion Architects, and David Walker of David Walker Architects. The panel will discuss their considerable combined experience of high profile commercial projects in London.


Petra Kubisova, Method of Loci (detail), 2014. Image courtesy the artist.