Preview:  Saturday 16 February // 1-1:30pm Exhibition Open:  Wednesday // Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11AM–4PM

A free exhibition of pupils’ artwork presented by Cluster 3 South London Primary Schools including: Bellenden Primary Brunswick Park Primary Globe Academy (Primary) Harris Academy Peckham Park Primary St. George’s C E Primary Christchurch C E Primary Deptford Park Primary John Baptist

28 September-14 Oct 2012   //   Dilston Gallery


Exhibition Open:  SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–5PM

Formerly Clare College Mission Church, Dilston Grove in Southwark Park was one of the first ferrocement concrete structures in this country, designed to prevent future risk of collapse. Now secular, the space is raw, dramatic and scarred. The inside feels hurt. The

7 September-9 September 2012   //   Dilston Gallery

James Lake

Preview:  Friday 7 September // 12PM Exhibition Open:  FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12PM–6PM

The history of the Paralympic Games is remembered in an original and thought-provoking installation by Outside In artist James Lake, called Gold Run: Remix. The piece has been created with the help and stewardship of the Turner Prize-nominated artist Richard Wilson RA

11 August-26 August 2012   //   Dilston Gallery

Gabriel Birch & Sophie Yetton | Mary Hurrell | Helene Kazan | Thomas Lock | Mirza & Butler | Linda Persson | Richard Whitby.

Preview:  10 August // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–4PM

Pavilion is a collaboration between Gabriel Birch and Sophie Yetton, which intends to reframe the space of exhibition through interventions that call into question the relationships between viewer, art work and gallery architecture. Auditorium is a proposal for an alternative display mechanism

27 June-29 July 2012   //   Dilston Gallery

Andrew Kötting and Iain Sinclair

Preview:  Tuesday, 26 June // 6.30-8.30pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–6PM

In London’s Olympic year, CGP london present Swandown – The Installation, a project of Herculean proportions by two of Britain’s most creative individuals: film-maker Andrew Kötting and writer Iain Sinclair. Swandown is a plot of Olympian ambition. A poetic film-diary about encounter and

13 June-15 July 2012   //   Lake Gallery

Politics of Amnesia
Richard Ducker | Nooshin Farhid | Tim Head | Lee Holden | Mariele Neudecker | Lucy Reynolds

Preview:  Sunday 10 June // 3-5pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–6PM

A group exhibition curated by Fieldgate Gallery that looks at past trauma through the conduit of technology. The participating artists would probably not claim to be political in any overt way, at least in their work, but all look at the psyche

27 May 2012   //   Lake Gallery

Rachael House

Exhibition Open:  SUNDAY // 2-4pm

An art event by Rachael House to mark thirty-five years since the Sex Pistols’ Thames boat trip, with guests the Strawberry Thieves Choir. At Southwark Park Lake, outside the entrance of the Café Gallery, Southwark Park, London SE16 2UA Refreshments available All

29 April-21 May 2012   //   Lake Gallery

Sax Impey

Preview:  Sunday 29 April // 3-5pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–6PM

In association with Millennium Gallery. In this exhibition, Sax Impey presents new large scale drawings and paintings that draw directly from his experiences at sea, in particular a 36 hour storm encountered in the Celtic Sea, South of Ireland in the Winter

20 April-27 May 2012   //   Dilston Gallery

The End of Innocence
Mat Collishaw

Preview:  Thursday 19 April // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–6PM

CGP London are proud to present the UK premiere of The End of Innocence by artist Mat Collishaw which will be will be projected on a monumental scale within the cavernous raw space of Dilston Grove. The End of Innocence presents a

4-22 April 2012   //   Lake Gallery

Laura Bygrave | Alex Crocker | Grant Foster | Kate Groobey | Ross Taylor

Preview:  Wednesday 4 April // 6-8pm (performance by Ross Taylor) Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–6PM

‘The backwards man The backwards man I can walk backwards as fast as you can, O, the backwards man………’ (Tom Green, Freddy got fingered, 2001)   Backwards Man brings together a group of artists who explore the potential of uncertainty and allow

10-11 March 2012   //   Lake Gallery

Royal College of Art // Printmaking MA Year 1 students

Preview:  Friday 9 March // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–4PM

Exhibition of first year students from the MA Printmaking course at the Royal College of Art. The opportunity for students on the MA Printmaking course to curate and present their work at Cafe Gallery is invaluable for their creative development. Giving artists space

3-4 March 2012   //   Lake Gallery

The Second Exhibition
Royal College of Art // Printmaking MA Year 2 students

Preview:  Friday 2 March // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–4PM

Having exhibited their work at Cafe Gallery during the first year of their two-year MA Printmaking course at the Royal College of Art, the students now return with their second exhibition. The opportunity for students on the MA Printmaking course to curate

16 November-11 December 2011   //   Lake Gallery

Jobbers to the Stars
A group exhibition curated by Claire Shallcross

Preview:  Sunday 13 November // 2-4pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–4PM

Ruth Beale, Dora Garcia, Michelle Hannah, Katarina Zdjelar. Curated by Claire Shallcross. In professional World Wrestling Entertainment, formally known as WWF, a rule of play is put in place to ensure current wrestling stars stay at the top. A ‘Jobber’ is a

30 Sept-3 Oct 2011   //   Dilston Gallery

QUILL TWO – A Three Day Manifestation
Brian Catling

Exhibition Open:  FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 3-8PM

Matt’s Gallery at Dilston Grove. The original QUILL was made for an exhibition in the Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford. It was mounted above a long slender case containing instruments and paraphernalia for the act of writing, including a silver sheathed pen that closely