The Art Cooperative started in an art studio in Wimbledon with a small group of artists.
Since the first exhibition the group has expanded & changed.
Each show or pop up involves the input and ideas of the group
Our ethos is to give opportunity to
artists, sculptors, photographers, artisans and filmmakers.
We are artists from various walks of life and creative backgrounds
The Art Cooperative was founded in 2016 by a group of artists in Delta House Studios; Susan Bunn, Blair Lamar, Tana Maxted, Cheryl Tarbuck and Eva-Chloe Vazaka.
Our first show was an open call which allowed us to explore bringing together different outlooks of each artist's work in a unique and complimentary curation. With a few group exhibitions under our belt, the group has expanded and evolved beyond one artists' group. The group aims to work towards presenting the work under a common theme, in this case, our upcoming exhibition Memory. The ethos of the group has always been to create independent exhibitions by artists' collaborating, even when not working from the same physical space.
The Cooperative aims to give an opportunity to creatives of various mediums. The Art Cooperative achieves this by bringing the artists together to discuss, cultivate ideas, and critique each other's work. The variety of unique elements each artist brings to the table keeps ideas fresh and diverse, whilst strengthening our collaborative curations.