Support Arts for London hospital ! Become an arty sponsor of artists exhibited at the Kentish Town Health Center.


The project


In order to celebrate, art and well-being, the curator Emma Monteil of Suspended Bodies exhibition runs  this campaign in order to buy artworks from the show and offering them to London hospitals and charities based in North London. 


30 volunteer young contemporary artists based in London & Paris were exhibited in a unique and original venue : The Kentish Town Health Center from the 19th of september until the 13th of November. This exhibition was supported by the charity & art programme the Free Space Gallery.




Suspended Bodies exhibition curated by Emma Monteil brings together the work of more than 30 London & Paris based artists who enter in to a conversation on the subtleties of the experience of the body. This is done through 2d/3d & digital work to create a wide range of personal thoughts and experiences. 


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Animations / digital works / Montage Ana Tortos Joe Bichard Tom O'meara Julien Levesque Iba Wane Julie Mateille & Pierre Abeille  

Photography   Camille Sauvayre Allia El Fani Antinomia Marine Gaillard Robbie Aarts   

Paintings & installations   Jean-Baptiste Monteil Michael Dryden Andrea Schoenborn Aquina Okell Lisa Muten & Chris Cooper Kate Keara Pelen Sally Buchanan Ingrid Hobaya Céline Notheaux Felix Antonio Namen  

Performance / Theo McCarthy & Doriane Le Rest (Art therapy workshop) Guillaume Duhamel (folk gig)  






Emma Monteil who guest curated Suspended Bodies at the Free Space Gallery (the art charity based in the Kentish Town Health Center) studied cultural management in Paris (2008_2013) moving to London to pursue a career in the arts after completing her studies. Emma has worked in the Galerie Nathalie Gaillard, Galerie Perrotin, Centre Pompidou, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain and the Bon Marché Rive Gauche in Paris. Since moving to London, Emma has been coordinating social media campaigns for the London Art Week as well as working as a freelance graphic designer.


Why fund it?

Sponsoring volunteer artists is an attractive way to engage community about the positive aspects of arts. Everyone has been one day in health care settings and knows how it can be difficult, painful and stressful. 


Exhibiting arts in the hospitals can brighten up days of the patients, adults, child, staff and doctors.

Offering arts for health care settings is a good way to turn official and institutional aspects of hospitals into a creative space and promoting art.


For every donation, the arty sponsor receives a unique reward from Suspended Bodies exhibition.


Prints = 100 euros

Photography = 200 euros

Paintings = 300 euros











Suspended Bodies exhibition curator art administrator volunteer @freespacegallery at Kentish Town Health Center, London.