The newest gallery to open in London is near St Pancras in the premises of an old dairy, hence its name. It has been founded by two collectors of contemporary art, Frank Cohen and Nicolai Frahm and will showcase the work of emerging and established artists, supplemented by other activities such as dance and music.
The first show is the largest ever solo exhibition in the UK of the work of the Swiss artist John M Armleder. It has been by designed by the artist and includes works from the Cohen-Frahm collection and also works made specially for the show. Armleder seems to be able to turn his hand to several things, but therein lies a confusion. The work is so varied that it is different to understand it as a coherent show. Perhaps artists are not the best people to curate their own work as they see it through their eyes and not that of the visitor.