Due to corona virus is our exhibition in the St. Augustine’s Tower provisionally postponed to the same time next year.
We are keen to carry on with our project as before and will continue to update you on the development of the project.
The latest ‘Ruins of Time’ exhibition ‘Ruins of Time / Tower’: July 2020, in St Augustine’s Tower, Hackney, London
Private View (Vernissage), open to public, Wednesday, 8th July, 6 pm – 10 pm.
‘Ruins of Time’ is an on-going project by artists from Britain and Germany, with exhibitions held over the last few years both in London and in Munich. Initiated by the London-Munich Exchange [LME], directed by Eleonora Bourmistrov and Milena Michalski, ‘Ruins of Time’ is pleased to present its new exhibition, this time in Hackney’s oldest building, St Augustine’s Tower – all that remained of St Augustine’s church built by the Knights Templars in the 13th century.
The first exhibition was at the Crypt Gallery, St. Pancras, London in November 2015; the second in Asylum Chapel, London, in March 2017: the third in the Orangerie, Englischer Garten, Munich in February – March 2018. All exhibitions were funded by City of Munich Department of Arts and Culture.
‘Ruins of Time / Tower’ is the latest in the LME series of projects exploring the passage of time and its specific expression in the architecture of a site, place or landscape.
St Augustine’s Tower