The Brixton Artists Collective was a group of artists based in Brixton, London, who ran the Brixton Art Gallery (BAG) from 1983 to 1990.
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... The BAG revived for a while in 1988 in 'Bon March', 444 Brixton Road, and in 1990 moved to a location in Brixton Station Road ... It ceased to be an open collective in the early 1990s but continued as a gallery and craft space until 2005 when it closed ... A comprehensive history of the Collective period can be found in 'Brixton Calling! Then Now Brixton Artist Gallery Brixton Artists Collective' and 'Women's Work two years in the life ...
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