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Having originally launched at Soho House in Berlin and London Fashion Week, The Store is now expanding with the opening of this creative space and complex of 10 studios, which will house a mix of creative companies including Dazed Media, The Vinyl Factory, The Spaces and FACT magazine, all of whom will share the broadcast studios.
The Store Studios are the new home of London Fashion Week. Last autumn, Store X The Vinyl Factory presented Everything At Once, in partnership with Lisson Gallery. The exhibition featured historical, recent and ambitious new commissions fit for the expansive and unique space, including works by Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg, Ryan Gander, Rodney Graham, Ai Weiwei, Anish Kapoor, Susan Hiller, Shirazeh Houshiary, Richard Long and Stanley Whitney, among many others.
Showing alongside Everything At Once were three site-specific commissions presented by Store X The Vinyl Factory. Among them was a mind-bending new audio-visual installation by Japanese artist and arch data manipulator Ryoji Ikeda and a pseudo-documentary science fiction film acclaimed at this year's Venice Biennale by Canadian artist Jeremy Shaw (shown in collaboration with König Galerie). Atop the roof of Store Studios was a bespoke tent, showing a revisualisation of black American history set to a Kanye West soundtrack by artist Arthur Jafa and presented in collaboration with the Serpentine Galleries.
Other past events at The Store Studios include The Infinite Mix, a critically acclaimed exhibition by the Hayward Gallery in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory in 2016. The space has also hosted Louis Vuitton's Series 3 and fashion shows by Roksanda Ilnic, Christopher Kane and Thomas Tait.
"The future of all space is both the physical experience of being in that space and broadcasting that experience to the world," says Alex Eagle, Creative Director of The Store.
C O N T A C T180@THESTORES.COME V E N T S
The Store X and Fox Searchlight Pictures present an exclusive exhibition of sets and puppets from Isle of Dogs, a new film from Wes Anderson - 23 March to 5 April 2018.11am - 7pm, Saturday to Wednesday11am - 10pm, Thursday and Friday (late night opening)Free entrance, no reserved booking. Food (Japanese Ramen) and drink will be available to purchase from the 'Noodle Bar' from midday; Sake cocktails and bar snacks available during late night openings on Thursday/Friday. P R E V I O U S E V E N T S
London Fashion Week - 16th to 20th FebruaryLondon Fashion Week Festival - 22nd to 25th FebruaryLondon Fashion Week: Men's - 6th to 8th January 2018From 5th October to 14th December 2017, Store X The Vinyl Factory presented: Everything at Once, in partnership with Lisson GalleryRyoji Ikeda: test pattern No. 12Arthur Jafa: Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death, in partnership with Serpentine GalleriesJeremy Shaw: Liminals, in partnership with König GalerieVirgil Abloh and Ben Kelly: RuinLondon Fashion Week Festival - 21st to 24th SeptLondon Fashion Week - 15th to 19th SeptLouis Vuitton X Supreme pop-up store - from 30th June to 31st JulyCook For Syria X London Food Month - 25th to 30th JuneLondon Fashion Week Men's - 8th to 12th June Call This Number - 21st June The Infinite Mix - 9th Sep 2016 to 11th Dec 2016