New Constructivists

Formed in 2001 the members of the association work in different ways with ideas derived from geometry, abstraction and science. Rather than attempting to revive formal constructivism of the last century, the association explores it’s stylistic relevance to the contemporary world in terms of the use of line, planes, precision and formal ordering of visual elements.

The association held an inaugural exhibition at Cottons Atrium in October 2002 when it was formally opened by the scientist and author Colin Tudge. Regular annual exhibitions have been held since 2002 and a list is shown below.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Lauderdale House
Highgate Hill
Waterlow Park
London, N6 5HG

9 June – 21 June
Wednesday to Friday 11am to 4pm
Sunday 10am to 5pm

Past Exhibitions

Lauderdale House
London, N6 5HG

10 June – 23 June 2014


Rutherford Gallery
Institute of Physics
London W1B 1NT

30 July – 27 October 2013

Lauderdale House
London, N6 5HG

8 May – 21 May 2012

Rutherford Gallery
Institute of Physics
London W1B 1NT

3 March – 6 June 2011

10th Annual Exhibition 2010
The Institute of Physics
London W1B 1NT

11 March 2010 – 29 April 2010

2009 Annual Show
Regents College
London NW1 4NS

4 June 2009 – 26 June 2009

Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
London W1 1NT

2 Sept 2008 – 30 Oct 2008

Knapp Gallery
Regents College
London NW1 4NS

October 2007

‘The Eye and How we See Colour’
The Institute of Physics
www.colour.org.uk

12 July 2007

University of South Bank
Key-worth Building
London SE1

May 2006

Royal College of Pathologists
Carlton House Terrace
London SW1

June 2005

Knapp Gallery
Regents College
London NW1 4NS

October 2004

Chaos and Order
Institute of Physics
London NW1

May 2003

Cottons Atrium
Hay’s Gallery
London SE1

October 2002

Contact

The contact information for each artist can be found at the top of their respective pages.

For general information regarding exhibitions please email Bruno Di Mario.

New Constructivists

General Organiser: Vladimir Dirsh
Treasurer: Bruno di Mario
Patron: Colin Tudge