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Peter Lamb and Joby Williamson Borrow and Burn at Transition Gallery London

From:     sarah denston
Category: Art
Date:     21 July 2007
Time:     06:46 AM


Transition seems to be on the up, their publications look thicker and glossier than ever. It pleases to 
see an artist-run gallery forging ahead. Lets hope that the progress continues.

Transition's location next to a canal in a sort of light industrial block is somewhat suicidal, but it 
doesn't seem to prevent the punters turning up, perhaps there is chic attached to these bleak places.

Lamb shows some prints, or photos, or collages that confuse you about what they are. They look a bit 
american and a bit german, but I am told that Lamb is a good old Britisher, so you suspect that they 
he may admire the teutonic depths and the american razzmatazz. Williamson has done some prints 
and illuminated photos of buckets which I could not see through. Two of the gallery walls are painted 
black which adds cool.

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