Farewell shows as Brixton Village’s Studio 73 says goodbye

painting of Bradys seen from Brixton station
Waiting For A Train (Brixton Skyline) MARTIN GROVER

Martin Grover and some of his brilliant paintings of Brixton are in real-life residency at Studio 73 in Brixton Village all this week as the studio prepares to close its doors there.

Martin’s exhibition – Folding Stories: Paintings and Prints – runs until Sunday 13 September and visitors will be rewarded with complimentary refreshments.

It is part of ARt sHow / oFF, marking the end of Studio 73’s 10 years in Brixton Village.

It is celebrating its time there by handing over the space to a selection of artists who played a part in the success of its time in the market.

Craig Keenan kicked off at the end of August and Jackie Clark, Jason Gibilaro and David C West joined at the weekend.

Martin Grover’s residency, which begins today (7 September) will see him creating art in the studio and will also have prints for sale.

Marie Lenclos, who had a show with Studio 73 last December, will be creating in the space from Monday 14 until 20 September.

Amy Gardner, who has had an amazing year and is getting attention from across the art world will be doing a creative residency from 21 until 27 September. She will also have a wide range of her prints available to view and purchase.

The final event for Studio 73 will be by proprietor Adrian Flower himself – a collection of photography of market traders past and present and a selection of his form and architectural photography. 

After a last celebration on Friday 2 October Studio 73 will continue to feature the best in the emerging art scene both online and with pop-up shows across London.

Studio 73 opening times
Monday to Thursday 11am to 6pm
Friday to Saturday 10am to 8pm
Sunday 10am to 6pm