Unit London has turned 10. To mark the milestone, the gallery is staging a 10-day group exhibition which simultaneously documents the history of its artists, whilst nodding to the future of the gallery’s programme. It will present works at all levels, by Tyler Hobbs, Jason Boyd Kinsella, Tracey Emin, Sasha Ferré, Rex Southwick, Stacey Gillian Abe, and Zandile Tshabalala among many others. Additionally, the gallery will host a public programme of 10 events, one each day, celebrating different creative disciplines from musical performance, writing, printmaking, and NFT minting. A portion of proceeds from sales of this exhibition will be donated to Hospital Rooms, a non-profit dedicated to transforming mental health hospitals with high quality artworks.

In addition to this special commemorative exhibition, which precedes a solo show of Jason Boyd Kinsella during Frieze London — Unit London will also announce a new artist and writers residency program in the South of France, in partnership with Art Review, to signal its intentions to cultivate and platform new artists. The exhibition is as much looking back as it is looking forwards, before staging their first exhibition at the Venice Biennale in 2024, curated by Indie Choudhury (Courtauld Institute of Art).