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Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: Peter Cook (left) and Reyner Banham (centre) in conversation with others

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Banham, Peter Reyner (1922-1988)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.

Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: Peter Cook in conversation

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Cook, Sir Peter (1936-)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.

Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: Will Alsop looking pensive

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Alsop, Will (1947-2018)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.

Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: gathering for Edouardo Paolazzi lecture with Cedric Price (centre back), Ron Herron (right back) and Piers Gough (wearing glasses centre)

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Gough, Piers (1946-)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.

Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: gathering for Edouardo Paolazzi lecture with Piers Gough (left), Ron Herron (centre) and Cedric Price (front right)

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Gough, Piers (1946-)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.
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