Marcia Farquhar 'Portal Loo', Photo by Benedict Drew
13 September - 28 October 2018   //   The Gallery  //  Dilston Grove

DIFFIKUΛT
Marcia Farquhar

Preview:  Sunday 9 September 2018 // 3-6pm Exhibition Open:  Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am-5pm

**SUNDAY 16 SEPTEMBER // Open University 3pm in the Gallery Garden, there is an open invitation to speakers for spontaneous speeches about things which should or should not be trashed. **   Join us to celebrate the first ‘non-survey’ of work by

Sunday 7 October 2018   //   Dilston Grove

ACTS OF CLOTHING
MARCIA FARQUHAR

Exhibition Open:  4-7PM

“Make a catwalk and model your own clothes on it. Talk about them one after another until you’ve run out of garments or time” Marcia Farquhar 1999 – 2018. Join us for the rare performance of Marcia Farquhar’s legendary work Acts of

Marcia Farquhar 'The horse is a noble animal' by Thierry Bal
Saturday 27 October 2018   //   The Gallery

BURNING HORSE
Marcia Farquhar

Exhibition Open:  4-7pm

Marcia Farquhar, Diffiκυλτ, will culminate in the burning of the artist’s outsized rocking horse at Yorkshire Sculpture Park on Saturday 27th October 4-7pm. The Horse is a Noble Animal, originally commissioned for the 2010 Tatton Park Biennial, will be ‘de-commissioned’ by the

Radio Anti 87.5FM Logo
13 September - 13 October 2018   //   Garden & Bothy

Inaugural Bermondsey Bothy Residency
Radio Anti

Preview:  Closing Event: Saturday 13 October

Radio Anti are the first commissioned artists-in-residence in our recently launched Bermondsey Bothy. During their residency, Radio Anti will research allegory, metaphor and other literary devices within the immigration process for asylum seekers. Despite being presented as objective and unauthored statements of

18 July-26 August 2018   //   The Gallery

The Everyday Political
Curated by George Vasey

Preview:  Sunday 15 July // 2-5pm Exhibition Open:  Wednesday // Thursday // Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am-5pm

Artists // Foundation Press, Emily Hesse, Joy Labinjo, Toby Phips Lloyd, Gayle Meikle with Ciara Lenihan, Kuba Ryniewicz with Deborah Bower, Jo Coupe and Janina Sabaliauskaite, Mark Pinder, Matt Antoniak, Jade Sweeting with Keano Anton, Holly Argent and Harriet Sutcliffe with the Women

Friday 29 June 2018   //   Garden & Bothy

Bermondsey Bothy
Bobby Niven

On Friday 29 June we launched our Bermondsey Bothy, a permanent outdoor art workshop and residency site by Scottish artist Bobby Niven (co-founder, Bothy Project) Bermondsey Bothy is a quiet space for artistic experimentation, horticultural and conservation research, writing, meditation and creativity. A

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

16 June 2018 // 6pm   //   The Gallery

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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

SEEK-PRAY-ADVANCE, EPISODE 1: EYES ONLY

Preview:  Sunday 18 March // 2-6pm Exhibition Open:  Wednesday - Sunday // 11am-5pm

Inspired by recent UFO religious leaders, and records of hallucinations from across human history, SEEK-PRAY-ADVANCE, EPISODE 1: EYES ONLY is the first chapter of an aggregative national touring exhibition by Bristol-based artist Megan Broadmeadow co-commissioned by CGP London, QUAD, Derby and Green Man Festival.

26 April 2018 // 7pm   //   Dilston Grove

In-Conversation // Megan Broadmeadow and Jamie Sutcliffe

Please join us for an In-Conversation with Megan Broadmeadow and Jamie Sutcliffe, writer and co-editor of Strange Attractor Press, at our Dilston Grove gallery. To book your free place, please email admin@cgplondon.org or call 0207 237 1230. The In-Conversation event is part

15 JUNE - 30 JULY 2017   //   Dilston Grove

Documentation of Kokoro performance at Dilston Grove

As part of Jonathan Baldock‘s exhibition There’s No Place Like Home at CGP London (15 JUNE – 30 JULY 2017), Kokoro Dance were invited to perform a series of live events in London throughout July 2017. At Dilston Grove, Kokoro performed amongst Jonathan’s

3 - 4 MARCH 2018   //   The Gallery

Hold your horses, hold them and never let them go
RCA MA Print

Preview:  2 March 2018 // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM-4PM

Hold your horses, hold them and never let them go is the second of two collaborations with the Royal College of Art and continues a long standing partnership between CGP London and the RCA Print Department. This annual features students of the second

13 - 14 JANUARY 2018   //   The Gallery  //  Dilston Grove

OVER CAPACITY
CAMBERWELL COLLEGE OF ARTS

Exhibition Open:  SATURDAY // SUNDAY 11AM-4PM

OVER CAPACITY: A LARGE SCALE GROUP EXHIBITION AT DILSTON GROVE AND THE GALLERY, FEATURING WORKS BY YEAR TWO STUDENTS FROM CAMBERWELL COLLEGE OF ARTS. CAMBERWELL COLLEGE’S WORLD-CLASS FINE ART PROGRAMME IS COMPRISED OF FOUR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE COURSES IN THE DISCIPLINES OF DRAWING, PAINTING,

29 October 2017   //   Dilston Grove

PETER LIVERSIDGE // ICELANDIC CHORAL PIECE

TO MARK THE CLOSING OF PETER LIVERSIDGE’S EXHIBITION AS SCULPTURE, 40 NON -PROFESSIONAL LOCAL SINGERS PERFORMED LIVERSIDGE’S ICONIC ICELANDIC CHORAL PIECE AT DILSTON GROVE, ARRANGED AND CONDUCTED BY COMPOSER, DIRECTOR AND LONG-TERM COLLABORATOR ESMERALDA CONDE RUIZ. THIS CHORAL WAS COMMISSIONED BY I8 GALLERY AND HAS ONLY EVER BEEN PERFORMED