Arcadia Missa focuses on contemporary art with intent & began as a self-organised space in austerity Britain
Arcadia Missa began as a project space in 2011 and became a gallery representing artists in late 2014. We have been publishing books since 2011. Research carried out at the gallery also emerges within Arcadia Missa publications and in off site projects at institutions including DRAF (London), South London Gallery (London), Astrup Fearnley Museet (Oslo), & spaces such as Embassy (Edinburgh), 55 Sydenham Road (Sydney) and Tank.TV (Online and London). Arcadia Missa publications are comprised of the journal How to Sleep Faster, artist and writer novellas, and occasional anthologies such as Re-Materialising Feminism.
Rózsa Farkas: Founder, Director
Ruth Pilston: Gallery Manager, Associate Editor
Sharlean Reynolds, Chloe Filani: Gallery Assistants
Website Design: The Ideal Press
The gallery does not accept unsolicited artist submissions or proposals.
Unlike our space in South London, we were unable to get a ground floor location for the gallery in Soho. Arcadia Missa is now on the first floor with access via a steep narrow staircase which may present difficulties for those with physical disabilities. We apologise for this, please email us for additional documentation and information on our exhibitions if you would like to view shows but have accessibility needs that our space doesn’t meet.