Nils Alix-Tabeling | Randy Bretzin | James Bullimore | Kristina Chan | Qiaoxi Chen | Amy Cornfield | Gianluca Craca | Astrid de Broqueville | Jake Garfield | Shivangi Ladha | Mayra Ganzinotti | Susannah Stark | Mollie Tearne | Emma-Jane Whitton
Participating schools: Southwark Bellenden School St George’s School Lewisham: St John the Baptist School St William of York School Deptford Park School John Stainer School St George’s School St Mary’s School School Visits: 9 – 13 February 2015.
The legendary unselected exhibition, unbelievably now in it’s 30th year, has led the field in ‘hang the lot’ aesthetics since 1984. Hundreds of small works at attractive prices, the Cafe Gallery Open Exhibition, representing all artists, consolidates its position as the Open
Toby Jones, Iain Sinclair and Andrew Kötting (dressed as a Straw Bear), made an eighty mile walk from Epping Forest to Helpston in Northamptonshire, following in the footsteps of the poet John Clare. Clare’s delirious march is the catalyst for the project.
CGP London is pleased to announce a new installation by Sharon Kivland. Entitled Folles de leur corps / Crazy about their bodies, the installation, which considers the relation between woman and her body, will include a reading room, a film-screening and an
The Mechanical Garden and Other Long Encores takes a speculative diagram drawn by the late artist Stephen Cripps as its starting point. Over a period of two months, this is re-imagined by emerging artists Ben Burgis, Stuart Middleton and Richard Sides as
CGP London is pleased to announce the opening of The Inner Self: Drawings from the Subconscious. Organised by Outside In, which is a national project providing a platform for artists facing barriers to the art world due to mental health issues, disability,
A Friends of Southwark Park exhibition of historic and contemporary photographs and art works to celebrate the anniversary of the Southwark Park Act 1864. Prize giving: August 16 // 1-1:30pm Our thanks to sponsors Bermondsey and Rotherhithe Community Council and United St. Saviour’s
A 30th Anniversary Commission for CGP London 1984-2014. Empty, Theatre, Dream is inspired by dreams the performers have had. Performed by: Graham Evans, Housni Hassan (DJ), Bethan Kendrick, Jackie Ryan Devised by: the performers, Sarah Archdeacon and Jacobus Flynn, with sound and music by Daniel
Sites of Collective Memory features four new animated works by artists Jordan Baseman, Shona Illingworth, Delaine Le Bas and Damian James Le Bas, and Roz Mortimer that offer intimate portraits of individuals – witnesses to historic events at places that resonate with
Thinking Things has been curated for Cafe Gallery by Frances Loeffler and takes the relationship between art and the activity of thinking as its subject, exploring thinking’s ambivalent entanglement with sculptural and visual forms through the practices of a number of contemporary