Now in its 33nd year, the Open exists to encourage artists at all stages of their career from across the UK to submit their work as part of a large-scale annual salon show. This year the ‘best in exhibition’ prize will be
SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER 2017 // // 2-6PM CGP LONDON // DILSTON GROVE TICKETS: £12 (CONCESSIONS AND BAG MEMBERS £10). BOOK YOUR TICKET HERE Join us for an afternoon of world-class stand up comedy programmed by producer Anthony Caveney. Line Up: PHILL JUPITUS KELLY CONVEY Nish Kumar
AS SCULPTURE is Peter Liversidge’s largest solo show to date in London. The exhibition spans both galleries, with a proposal-led installation of new site-specific work, and works previously unseen in London at The Gallery, punctuated with a live programme at Dilston Grove.
Finnissage event Sunday 3 September from 3pm – join us for performances in the gallery and park by Caroline Gregory, Gail Dickerson, Sarah Sparkes and Joanna McCormick. Caspar Below // Cecilia Bentley Bortoluzzi // Jane Colling // Jane Deakin // Gail Dickerson // Charlie Fox //
Sarah Pickstone In Conversation & Exhibition Tour SATURDAY 3 JUNE // 4 – 6PM JOIN US FOR COCKTAILS IN THE CGP GIARDINI AND a conversation between SARAH PICKSTONE AND GUESTS MELISSA BLANCHFLOWER (SERPENTINE GALLERIES), PAUL HOBSON (MODERN ART OXFORD) AND CGP DIRECTOR JUDITH CARLTON TO MARK THE FINAL WEEKEND
Taking its title from the 1939 musical The Wizard of Oz, THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME is Jonathan Baldock’s largest solo show to date. Newly commissioned and previously unseen works will populate both spaces at CGP London including an extensive installation at
“These paintings, lit by their own leafy syntax, by a deep sourced and communal imagination, fuse the mind, art, nature and the thinking spirit into an affirmation as big and unfussed as the sky.” – Ali Smith CGP London presents the largest