On the evening of February 11th, Plinth opened its doors at 44 Great Russell Street for the first time. The gallery, sprawling over four floors, was full of noise and people, eager to see the work on the day of its release. Plinth publishes unique products and limited editions by leading contemporary artists. To coincide with the launch, architect Sir Nicholas Grimshaw and sculptor Richard Wilson were in conversation, chaired by Dea Vanagan, to a packed out audience in the studio space.
The gallery is directly opposite the British Museum and will be the venue for Plinth talks, artist workshops and events. Many of the talks and events will be completely free - please check their website for details.