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Isabelle Cornaro: Paysage Avec Poussin

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Last week I was lucky enough to visit South London Gallery and view its new exhibit, Paysage Avec Poussin. A collaboration between the gallery, Spike Island, Bristol, and French artist Isabelle Cornaro, the exhibit is […]

The Subject Index: Peckham’s Growing History

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Nestled in the vibrant neighborhood of Peckham lies Peckham Platform, a gallery whose current exhibition, The Subject Index, aims to provide the public with a history of the South London town. The exhibit is a collaboration […]

Grange Lane Group‏

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The Grange Lane Group made up of twelve Friends of the Picture Gallery who regularly attend the Education Department water colour courses run by Liz Butler was formed in the autumn of 2011. We also […]

What Is Urban? at Brixton East Gallery

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South London Women Artists are pleased to announce an upcoming group exhibition at Brixton East Gallery, whose location, planted in the middle of 2 roads with a train line rumbling overhead, inspired the theme Urban.  […]

This Comedian – a stand-up comedy night

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A comedy night is coming to the West End that is a bit a different than usual. This Comedian: Live is a stand-up gig about being a stand-up comedian.  Over the course of the evening, […]

Dulwich Picture Gallery challenges you to spot the fake painting

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Dulwich Picture Gallery is encouraging you to take a closer look at their Permanent Collection. One of the artworks will be replaced by a Chinese replica hanging among the 270 Old Master paintings on display. The Gallery will temporarily remove […]

Kurt Jackson: River

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Horniman Museum are exhibiting a selection of paintings and sculpture of different river projects from acclaimed British artist Kurt Jackson. Kurt Jackson was born in 1961 in Blandford, Dorset. He graduated from St Peter’s College, […]

Ben Woodeson at Dulwich College

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When one thinks of the perfect artist to create an installation in a boys’ College, Ben Woodeson probably wouldn’t come to mind. For the past few years, Woodeson’s work has all fit into the self-made […]

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