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About the Gallery
Emalin began in 2014 as a nomadic exhibition program founded by Leopold Thun and Angelina Volk. Interested in opening up discursive contexts by positioning curatorial ideas in curious or demanding locations, the exhibition programme took place in a range of venues, including a 17th century church in Naples, an abandoned school building in the Swiss mountains and a London hotel suite during Frieze 2014.

In September 2016, Emalin opened the doors of its permanent gallery space in a former locksmith shop in Shoreditch, London. The gallery represents international artists, in part reflecting Emalin’s ongoing interest in the creative production taking place across Eastern Europe and Russia. Other positions in the programme include artists from both coasts of North America, working across performance, film and conceptual photography. Additionally, Emalin places emphasis on both running public events programme at the gallery and the production of artist publications.

Images

Athena Papadopoulos, The Smurfette, Emalin, London (April 2017), installation view. 
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 
 

Alvaro Barrington and David Weiss, Condo London, Emalin hosting Weiss Falk, Basel (January 2018), installation view.
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 

Alvaro Barrington and David Weiss, Condo London, Emalin hosting Weiss Falk, Basel (January 2018), installation view.
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 

Megan Plunkett, I Bet You Wish You Did and I know I do, Emalin, London (June 2017), installation view. 
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 

Aslan Gaisumov, All That You See Here, Forget, Emalin, London (May 2018), installation view. 
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 

Aslan Gaisumov, All That You See Here, Forget, Emalin, London (May 2018), installation view. 
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 

Evgeny Antufiev, With a copper mask in one hand and a vase full of secrets in the other, my body will rest in a sarcophagus guarded by twelve specially trained monsters, Emalin, London (November 2017), installation view.
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 

Evgeny Antufiev, With a copper mask in one hand and a vase full of secrets in the other, my body will rest in a sarcophagus guarded by twelve specially trained monsters, Emalin, London (November 2017), installation view.
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques. 

Jessica Vaughn, Exit Strategy, Emalin, London (September 2018), installation view.
Courtesy of the artist and Emalin, London. 
Photography: Plastiques.