Pending: Art Exhibition Fundraiser At San Mei

San Mei is pleased to announce our upcoming winter fundraiser, Pending, which launches online in December.

Drawing on the dual sense of suspension and waiting, particularly apt to the limbo in which we are all currently living, Pending is an online exhibition consisting of small artist-made objects which hang in space. We invited a number of artists to respond to this brief over the second lockdown, resulting in what will be an eclectic collection of objects that will be available to purchase from our website.

Pending aims to both fundraise for our upcoming 2020 programme as well as provide a vital source of income for artists who may have lost funds due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

This will be the first in a series of fundraising initiatives as we look to raise £36,000 over the coming months to support our next open call exhibition programme and education projects.

San Mei, Pending, 1-31 December 2020, Online Exhibition, Window Display

San Mei provides a vital platform for emerging artists at a crucial stage in their careers. Its successful open call programme gives artists the opprtunity to realise projects that might not otherwise have been realised.

Reaching our fundraising goal will mean we can support them with production costs and in reaching wider audiences, as well as engage our local Lambeth community with their work. All purchases from this exhibition are split 50/50 between the artists and our future projects.

Your support is warmly welcomed.


Ahaad Alamoudi, Alexi Marshall, Amanda Kyritsopoulou, Amelia Wang, Anna Perach, Benjamin Arthur Brown, Billy Metcalfe, Cai Yuan, Camilla Bliss, Camilla Bliss, Cathy Tabbakh, Chanthila, Edit Collective, Eleanor Wang, Eleanor Watson, Elena Lo Presti, Emily Moore, Farrokh Aman & James Binning, Ferg Cooper, Francesca Anfossi, Gal Leshem, Gal Schindler, Goia Mujalli, Hannah Lim, Iona Sherwood, Irini Bachlitzanaki, Isobel Napier, Jade Ching-yuk Ng, Jane Millar, Janet Currier, Josh Woolford, Langa, Lesley Hilling, Livia Wang, Luca Bosani, Lucy Gregory, Moonchile & Ludovica Bulciolu, Lulu Wang, Milan Tarascas, Minh Lan Tran, Miranda Forrester, Natalia Gonzalez Martin, Nigel Hunter, Nina Silverberg, Nour Jaouda, NVBL, PARTI, Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark, Serena Huang, Seungwon Jung, Shinuk Suh, Sophie Goodchild, Sophie Ruigrok and Montemero, Sophie Vallance, Steph Hunter, Steve Webb, Studio HOTmess, Taro Qureshi, Valerie Savchits, William Cobbing, Yulia Iosilzon.

Images Selection

Amanda Kyritsopoulou, Memory Loss, 2020 Cotton socks, pva glue, acrylic paint, 22 x 6 x 5cm (each sock)
Jade Ching-yuk Ng, In search of keys on a flying carpet, 2020, Caran d’ache on rosaspina paper 15 x 11 x 20 cm
Sophie Goodchild, This womb of things to be and tomb of things that were, 2020, lambswool, pink Iranian onyx, 18 x 16 cm
Saudi Batman_022_and Karate kid_106_in one video, Ahaad Alamoudi, 2020, Print on fabric, 88 x 88 cm, Video stills on silk satin (edition of 20)
Eleanor Wang, Best Bathing Experience, 2020, Tracing paper, graphite, colouring pencil, etching and resin, 9 x 9 x 4 cm
Stef Hunter, Autumn, 2020, acrylic on paper. 15 x 15 cm
Hannah Lim, Blossom Faced Snuff Bottle, 2020, Polymer clay, ink, gold plated chain, 7 x 14 x 5 cm
Yulia Losilzon, The Orange Flower, 2020 oil on transparent fabric, 20 x 25 cm

All images are courtesy of San Mei

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