Your support will help us commission new artists, and test stagnant hierarchies and institutional stasis with innovation, experimentation and artistic freedom. A pioneer of experimental exhibition formats, Beaconsfield specialises in developing sustainable strategies to provide reflective and unpredictable space in which to deliver new experimental art.
Beaconsfield is one of London’s longest running and innovative artist run spaces – now in its 28th year. As an independent artist initiative and registered charity, and with no fixed state funding we need to raise 100% of our income from a variety of sources – individuals and companies, as well as from funding bodies, trusts and foundations.
You can donate to Beaconsfield with a single or repeat payment, and give as much or as little as you like or can afford – donations of any size make a huge difference to us. We won’t patronise you with freebees and elitist privileges – every penny no matter how much you give – will go towards paying for our artists and for preserving the space in which they create.
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Thank you to our friends & supporters:
Vicky Bowman and Htein Lin, Julie Clarke, Liz Davies, Catherine N. Deepwell, A.R. Hopwood, Miranda Newsom and Giles Semper, Edward Summerell, Sarah Fitzpatrick, Cliff Fitpatrick, Debra Fear, Chris Holley, Mark Walker, Jeffrey Muhenda and Bobieh-Ansah Osei-Asibe and to those who wish to remain anonymous.
Founded as a charity by artists in 1994 with the desire to fill a niche between the institution, the commercial and ‘alternative’, Beaconsfield remains a unique, non-profit, artist-led entity. Seen by many as a pioneer of innovative, experimental and non-compromising art practice – Beaconsfield has never toed the line.
Beaconsfield stages an experimental programme of exhibitions, residencies and discursive events with commissions (beacons) in a range of art mediums (field).
Beaconsfield’s function as a primary research vehicle has international reach and is particularly notable for instigating developments in time-based and sound art as well as curatorial practice: a critically engaged locus operating beyond the mainstream.
Special thanks to all of the volunteers, staff, Trustees and individual donors who have supported the organisation over the years.