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Alessio Antoniolli leaves the post of director of the gasworks

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Alessio Antoniolli, who ran London’s Gasworks for 25 years, is set to step down as director of the contemporary visual arts non-profit, ArtReview reports. Antoniolli leaves to focus his efforts on Triangle Network, of which he is also director. The international consortium of over ninety organizations and small-scale art projects that support and disseminate the work of emerging artists through workshops, residencies, exhibitions and outreach events led by artists covers forty-one countries. Antoniolli will continue his role as curator at the Fondazione Memmo in Rome, a private institution created by collector Roberto Memmo.

“Through blood, sweat and tears, but also through dialogue, support and laughter, we have achieved the unimaginable for Gasworks,” Antoniolli said. “With its own building, a house for our guest artists, a great team and a very engaged audience, the organization has never been stronger. I am excited for the next chapter of Gasworks and will always be its biggest supporter.

Founded in 1994, Gasworks is part of the Triangle Network and has collaborated with over two hundred artists from over fifty countries. Additionally, Gasworks has provided studio space for London-based artists, commissioned a number of major UK inaugural exhibitions for emerging national and international artists, and maintained a program of international residencies in London. Established in 1982, the Triangle Network began with an artists’ studio in upstate New York before expanding into South Africa.


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