Delfina Foundation expands into second building
More space for London-based non-profit that supports Middle East and North African artists
By Julia Michalska. Web only
Published online: 30 August 2011
LONDON. The London-based Delfina Foundation, a non-profit art space that promotes Middle Eastern and North African artists through artistic residencies and public events, is expanding.
The institution's founder, 84 year-old Delfina Entrecanales, has acquired the property next door to the foundation's current home in Catherine Place, SW1. Miranda Sharp, Delfina Foundation's project manager, said: “The expansion will enable Delfina Foundation to host twice as many residencies at a single time in London and develop more international collaborations.”
The new space will initially be used as an extension of the foundation and projects space. The two buildings are anticipated to be architecturally joined in Spring 2013.
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