Arcadia Missa's main focus in on emerging artists, whose practice is specifically geared towards highlighting contemporary struggles within the various fields of identity politics under networked capitalism.

In late 2014 Arcadia Missa established as a commercial gallery after being a project space since 2011, beginning to represent artists, many of whom were from the existing network of collaborators formed in the gallery's previous years as a project space. The main focus is on emerging artists, whose practice is specifically geared towards highlighting contemporary struggles within the various fields of identity politics under networked capitalism. The gallery represents a number of artists working in video, installation, performance, sculpture, photography and painting. Arcadia Missa also has a regular publishing programme of journals and artist books.

Arcadia Missa
35 Duke Street
London
W1U 1LH
+44 207 935 7448
  • Rosa Aiello

    Courtesy the Artist and Arcadia Missa, London

    Rosa Aiello

    Arcadia Missa is pleased to present a newly commissioned film by Rosa Aiello.