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17 MAY-8 JULY 2018   //   The Gallery  //  Dilston Grove


Preview:  SUNDAY 13 MAY // 3-6PM Exhibition Open:  THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11am - 5pm

CAPSID is the latest multi-media maximalist installation by London-based British artist John Walter (b.1978), best known for Alien Sex Club. Presenting a compelling, sometimes riotous and often surreal world incorporating 250 works of art, CAPSID is the result of collaboration between Walter

Half-term Workshops // Re-mix: Screen-printing Workshops for Families

30 May–1 June 2018 // Diana Taylor

Free drop-in Family Workshops for all Ages CGP London // Dilston Grove // 10am – 12pm & 1 – 3pm each day Join artist Diana Taylor in a series of print-making workshops over the May half-term. These workshops will explore recurring motifs and

16 June 2018 // 6pm   //   The Gallery

Harry Bix

summarynjdkjds.pdf // 16 June 2018 // 6pm CGP London // The Gallery Harry Bix and the East Anglia Records House Band perform a reading of his publication summarynjdkjds.pdf. The text is written in reference to a year’s discussion of an ultimately failed

Saturday 7 July // 2.30 - 5pm & Friday 13 July // 6.30 - 9pm   //   The Gallery

Creative Sex Ed Workshops:
Open to people 18-30 who are living with HIV

We’re human. We’re sexual and sexualised. We hurt, we love, we want, we fear, we burn, we fight, we cry, we wonder, we imagine. The sex education we receive everyday from people in our families, on our phones and in our house of commons

18 March 2018 - Ongoing   //   The Gallery

Permanent Sculpture Trail: Questions & Answers (after Paul Celan)
Alec Finlay

Preview:  Sunday 18 March 2 - 6pm Exhibition Open:  See park opening times - seasonal.

In spring 2018, CGP London launched a new permanent nest box sculpture trail across the gallery’s home, Southwark Park, by the Scottish artist and poet Alec Finlay. Download the trial map for free here or collect at CGP London // The Gallery. The project

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