28 July–19 September 2021   //   Dilston Gallery

The City Rises
Anne Ryan

Preview:  Sunday 25 July // 2–5pm Exhibition Open:  Wednesday // Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am–5pm

For her epic new installation created for Dilston Gallery’s vast concrete hall, London-based Irish artist Anne Ryan captures the sprawling dynamism of the city and its communities. Through her vibrant ceramic and cement sculptures, paintings and three-dimensional cutouts, Ryan’s observations, speculations and

Acrylic painting with heavy brush strokes of a faded sphere in the background on top of this are geometric vibrant blocks of colour; purple, orange and blues.
28 July - 29 August 2021   //   Lake Gallery

A Fine Day for Seeing //
Group exhibition presenting ten pairs of poets and artists

Preview:  Sunday 25 July // 2–5pm (Poetry readings 3–4pm) Exhibition Open:  Wednesday // Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 5pm

‘A Fine Day for Seeing’ takes its title from the New York School poet and curator Frank O’Hara, who bridged literary and artistic worlds in the late 1950s. In this spirit of collaboration between word and image, the exhibition presents ten pairs

Black and white public park sign directing onwards in every direction by Marcia Farquhar
Launched 13 September 2018   //   Public Art

Onwards
Marcia Farquhar

‘Onwards’ was commissioned as part of Marcia Farquhar’s 2018 first ‘non-survey’ show DIFFIKUΛT. Much of her work makes frequent and subversive use of familiar cultural forms, ‘Onwards’ is no stranger to this leading us in five different directions with a single recurring

Launched 29 June 2018   //   Garden & Bothy

Bermondsey Bothy

In 2018 we launched our Bermondsey Bothy, a permanent outdoor art workshop and residency site built by Scottish artist Bobby Niven (co-founder, Bothy Project) to host a Residency Programme for artists. This programme provides a unique environment in which we can support their development by providing

Launched 18 March 2018   //   Public Art

Nest Box Sculpture Trail // Questions & Answers (after Paul Celan)
Alec Finlay

In spring 2018, Southwark Park Galleries launched a new permanent nest box sculpture trail across the gallery’s park surroundings, by the Scottish artist and poet Alec Finlay. Download the trail map for free Watch // Park Wanderings (After Alec Finlay After Paul Celan)