L-13 Light Industrial Workshop and Private Ladies and Gentlemen’s Club for Art, Culture and Disruptive Betterment of Culture.
Founded by artist Steve Lowe in 2003 – initially under the name the aquarium (2003 – 2006) then THE AQUARIUM L-13 (2006 – 2008) – the L-13 Light Industrial Workshop is a creative platform, spiritual home and technical epicentre for a small group of artists that Lowe has found himself working with – both in collaborative venture and by way of support for the individual artists. The L-13 HQ in Clerkenwell is also physical home to the Harry Adams studio, an 1825 Albion Press, The Patented Finger of God Painting Machine and a miniature poodle known as The Beast.
L-13 develop projects both ambitious and diminutive, publish books, make prints & other artwork editions, convert impractical artistic visions to reality, promote a playful polemic spirit, irritate and offend some delicate souls in the big bad world of culture and politics, and work with other galleries and organisations that exhibit and support L-13 artists.
At this year's Art Car Boot Fair L-13 are presenting the works of Billy Childish, Jimmy Cauty and Jamie Reid x Sister Polly Voilà.
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