A series of six mini-residencies featuring Anne Bean, William Cobbing, David Cotterrell, Carl Von Weiler, Rachel Lowe and Bronwen Buckeridge. Click here to view the online video and book. WAKE (visible tracks of turbulence) interrogates materiality itself, as well as notions of
Paul Lee, Kalin Lindena, Audrey Reynolds, Vittorio Santoro, Matthew Smith, Mhairi Vari, WITH. The works selected for ‘Personal Use’ identify points of connection and collapse between the public and the private; as both malleable concepts and everyday definitive territories. Though made from
Twenty five emerging artists in association with RCA. 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 to make and present work in a
An exhibition of artwork by Key Stage 1 & 2 pupils from Bessemer Grange, Bellenden, Brunswick Park, Goodrich, John Stainer and St Anthony’s schools. Make a Space a Place is a London Schools Project realised by Young Visions for CGP London.
Dilston Grove offers a temporary home for Homeless Gallery’s second edition, organised by Deconstruction Project with the support of the Polish Cultural Institute in London. Since its inception in 2002, the Homeless Gallery has had over 80 editions worldwide, including UK, Ireland,
A Coleman Project Space two-venue initiative curated by Rebecca Geldard. Clare Goodwin, Alasdair Duncan, Vanessa Jackson, Kilian Rüthemann Throwing Shapes is a two-site group exhibition on the itinerant nature of abstract painting’s core motifs. The conversational starting point for this colourful dialogue
Matt’s Gallery presents a group exhibition at Dilston Grove, realised by Anne Bean, Robin Klassnik and Richard Wilson. Paul Burwell was infamous for his exuberant fusions of fine-art installation, percussion and explosive performance. He was a staunch advocate of, and passionate participant
Postcards from the Park is a national photography competition organised by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), the Big Lottery Fund (BIG) and parks charity GreenSpace. Highlighting the Southwark part of the competition, local school children from Rotherhithe Primary took part in a
The Royal College of Art is proud to present Anything I Can Do You Can Do Better?, an exhibition of diverse and exciting new works by twenty five emerging artists.
The Royal College of Art is proud to present PARK VIEW SITU, an exhibition of diverse and exciting new works by eighteen emerging artists. View ‘living’ objects, installations, sculptural prints and a sneak preview of works in progress, before a final exhibition
Cecilia Bonilla, Jemima Brown, Lucy Clout, Sarah Dobai, Andy Harper, Richard Healy, Hunt & Darton, Timo Kube, Katy Merrington Now You See It features the work of artists whose practices engage with mimesis and reality. Although we know we shouldn’t always believe our eyes – that
A lens based media installation featuring Maja Bajevic, Benjamin Beker, Astrid Busch, Kate Gilmore. Immo Klink, Susan MacWilliam, James Pogson, Anina Schenker Feel the Force brings together the work of eight international artists whose lens-based practices engage with power and resistance. Force
Ten fragile glass bowls of sky, hold them and they come to life charged with vibrating sound. Each vessel represents a lost life. Held is a mesmerising audio-visual installation that connects its audience with the disturbing phenomenon of people who died falling