4 September - 5 October   //   Garden & Bothy

To Us It Just Looks Like a Lemon
Holly Graham

Drawing on recent research within her practice, and considering narratives surrounding the Mayflower’s journey across the Atlantic, artist Holly Graham will use her month at Southwark Park Galleries to explore how we can use food to trace migratory routes. Referred to as

12-14 September 2019   //   Dilston Gallery

Memorial
Patrick Cole

Exhibition Open:  Thursday // Friday // Saturday // 7-8.30pm

Limited Early Bird: £5 + booking fee General Admission: £7 / £6 + booking fee Limited tickets available on the door Book Here A memorial is an object that provides a focus for the memory or commemoration of something, usually a deceased

18 July - 8 September 2019   //   Lake Gallery  //  Dilston Gallery

Dog Show
Contemporary Art. Chosen by Dogs. For Dogs and Humans.

Preview:  Sunday 14 July // 3-6pm Exhibition Open:  Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 5pm

For Dog Show, 15 cultured pooches who live with a variety of artists and curators have been invited to select their top dog-related artworks. With a little help from their human companions, these canine curators have selected artworks in what is believed

Saturday 31 August 2019 // 11am - 5pm   //   Dilston Gallery  //  Garden & Bothy

Day for Dogs

For the penultimate weekend of Dog Show, we invite you and your dogs to join us for a fun dog day. Artist Sally Muir, currently showing in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019,  will be doing live dog portraits in our Bermondsey

8 August - 7 September   //   Garden & Bothy

Queer Pilgrims
Richard Scott

Queer pilgrims, tolerance, the Mayflower, cruising in Stave Hill Ecological Park, Gluck’s opera Iphigénie en Tauride, human sacrifice and the five beastly boys of the Talbot. These are some of the subjects to be explored by poet Richard Scott during his time

Richard Scott Free Queer Poetry Workshops

Free Queer Poetry Workshops

Let’s take our sexualities for a walk! Join poet Richard Scott for free queer poetry workshops dealing with journeys, exploration and homo-psychogeography, as he walks from Southwark Park Galleries to Rotherhithe Village, Stave Hill Ecological Park and other evocative sites by the river Thames.

From the Kitchen Table: Drew Gallery Projects 1984-1990 (2019). Installation Photograph by Damian Griffiths courtesy Southwark Park Galleries.
16 May - 30 June 2019   //   Lake Gallery  //  Dilston Gallery

From the Kitchen Table:
Drew Gallery Projects 1984-90

Preview:  Sunday 12 May // 3-6pm Exhibition Open:  Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am-5pm

Judith Ahern, Phyllida Barlow, Brian Catling, John Cobb, Maureen Connor, Jody Culkin, Bonita Ely, Catherine Elwes, Rose English, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Laura Ford, Hamish Fulton, Judith Goddard, Jason Hartcup, Ron Haselden, Andy Hazell, Wendy Howard, Tina Keane, Rob Kesseler, Sharon Kivland, David Mach,

Jayne Parker - Almost Out (1985), UK, colour, sound, 90mins. Courtesy Jayne Parker and LUX, London

Jayne Parker, Almost Out (1985) screening at LUX

Jayne Parker, Almost Out (1985) Lux, Waterlow Park // Saturday 8 June, 6 – 8pm £5 // £3 Book online ‘I feel that my mother is inside me. She is very happy. I want to push her out, gently, because I care for her

Beth Collar, Daddy Issues (2019). Photography by Damian Griffiths, image courtesy of the artist, CGP London and Matt's Gallery.
22 March - 28 April 2019   //   Dilston Gallery

Daddy Issues
Beth Collar

Preview:  Sunday 17 March // 3-6pm Exhibition Open:  Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 5pm

CGP London and Matt’s Gallery are delighted to present a collaborative commission of new work for Dilston Grove by Beth Collar. The commission builds on an on-going relationship that in previous years has produced exhibitions by Graham Fagen, Matt Stokes and Richard Grayson. Beth Collar, whose exhibition Thinking

21 March-28 April   //   Lake Gallery

Realm
Hazel Brill, Richard Downes and Mr X

Preview:  Sunday 17 March // 3-6pm Exhibition Open:  Wednesday // Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 5pm

Realm is an experimental residency-based commission between a trio of London based artists Hazel Brill, Richard Downes and Mr X. Referred to as the ‘Lungs of London’* since the 18th century, our public parks are crucial to the balance of our urban

22 February - 3 March 2019   //   Dilston Gallery

Change The World or Go Home
Dmitri Galitzine

Preview:  Sunday 24 Feb // 2-5pm Exhibition Open:  Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 4pm

Join us for the debut of Dmitri Galitzine’s new film Change the World or Go Home. This video essay follows the criminalisation of a prolific inner city activist, whose confrontations with The State test the boundaries of freedom of speech. His counterpart

What a relief!? Royal College of Art Print
2-3 March 2019   //   Lake Gallery

What a Relief!?
RCA: Print MA Interim show

Preview:  Friday 1 March // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 4pm

What a Relief is the second of two collaborations with the Royal College of Art and continues a long-standing partnership between CGP London and the RCA Print Department. This annual features students of the second year MA programme and offers an exciting showcase with

Cell
23 - 24 February 2019   //   Lake Gallery

Eyes of Many Kinds
RCA: Print MA Interim show

Preview:  Friday 22 February // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 4pm

Eyes of Many Kinds is the first of two collaborations with the Royal College of Art and continues a long-standing partnership between CGP London and the RCA Print Department. This annual features students of the second year MA programme and offers an