Senior Art School
14 April - 21 October 2016   //   Dilston Grove

Seniors Art School 2016

Open to all with inquisitive and open minds over the age of Fifty-Five. Bookings now being taken Take part in sociable two-day art workshops at our galleries in Southwark Park. Develop your critical skills and learn new creative techniques as part of a

James Capper ATLAS PROTOTYPE (2015). Installation photograph by Miyako Narita. Courtesy of the artist & Hannah Barry Gallery, London
14 OCTOBER - 6 DECEMBER 2015   //   The Gallery  //  Dilston Grove

Demonstrations of Atlas Prototype
James Capper

Preview:  Demonstrations // 1 November // 15 November // 22 November // 3 – 4pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY // 11AM–4PM

James Capper will demonstrate our new commission Atlas Prototype from 3 – 4pm on the following Sundays: 1 November // 15 November // 22 November PROTOTYPES SPANS BOTH CGP GALLERIES AND IS CENTRED AROUND A NEW SCULPTURAL COMMISSION ATLAS PROTOTYPE, WITHIN A LARGE SURVEY EXHIBITION; OF

Ron Henocq Priority Seat

Ron Henocq

Priority Seat (2015) was commissioned to mark Ron Henocq’s first major public exhibition at CGP London and is available in two sizes. Digital Print Large Unframed: 385 x 270 mm £40 +VAT Small Unframed: 228 x 178 mm £20 +VAT Framed prices on request

L James Capper - Prototypes 61
14 October - 6 December 2015   //   The Gallery  //  Dilston Grove


Preview:  Sunday 11 October // 2-5PM Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY // 11AM–4PM

CGP London is thrilled to present PROTOTYPES, an exhibition that celebrates local artist James Capper’s playful take on contemporary sculptural practice and will be his largest solo exhibition to date in London. PROTOTYPES spans both CGP galleries and is centred around a new

James Capper, 8 PROTOTYPES (2015)
Available in The Gallery shop during opening times or by post   //   The Gallery

James Capper, 8 PROTOTYPES (2015)
James Capper

James Capper, 8 PROTOTYPES (2015) 8 PROTOTYPES (2015) is specially commissioned in celebration of James Capper’s largest solo presentation in London to date and is developed from an original prototype sketch included in the exhibition. Archival Inkjet Print on 255gsm Somerset Velvet

Anne Bean decade exhibition
27 September 2015 // Starts 3pm   //   Dilston Grove


Exhibition Open:  Sunday // 11am–5pm

David Chapman and Judith Palmer invite you to come and observe Michaelmas and Embertide at 3PM. ANNE BEAN PERFORMANCE AT 4PM. David and Judith will also show a new version of the film Observances, which documented a year of folk rituals conducted

Anne Bean decade exhibition
19 September - 27 September 2015   //   Dilston Grove


Preview:  Friday 18 September // 6-8pm // Performance 7pm Exhibition Open:  FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–5PM
Closing Event: Sunday 27 September // Starting at 3pm

Three new installations where the decayed and the present meet head on. REAP was an expansive, year-long investigation into the nature of time, memory and ephemerality created by Anne Bean, who invited a host of other artists to produce works in and around Dilston

Is it all black and white?
12 September 2015   //   Dilston Grove

Free Micro-Festival of Electronic and Choral Music

Exhibition Open:  4pm–8pm

In the beautiful surroundings of Dilston Grove in Southwark Park, this FREE event features a number of musical performances, providing new and inventive sights & sounds in an unconventional, family-friendly environment. The focus of the festival is the fusion of choral and

Ron Henocq Works on Paper Exhibition
9 September - 4 October 2015   //   The Gallery

Works on Paper 1970 – 2015
Ron Henocq

Preview:  Saturday 5 September // 3-6PM Exhibition Open:  WED - SUNDAY // 11AM–5PM

This exhibition presents a rare survey of work by British artist Ron Henocq, with specific focus on his works on paper. The vast body of work, feverishly developed since 1970, includes intimately-scaled drawings; industrious illustration; lino print studies and recent line drawings

Ron Henocq & Judith Carlton
  //   The Gallery  //  Dilston Grove

Appointment of new Director, CGP London

CGP London’s founding Director, Ron Henocq, stepped down at the end of March 2015 to pursue other projects; marking the close of an impressive 30 year tenure which has seen the transformation of a vacant and neglected cafe building into a world

31 Annual Open
8 August - 23 August 2015   //   The Gallery

#31 Annual Open

Preview:  Friday 7 August // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–5PM

Now in its 31st 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. We are excited to announce that the 2015 Open

Laure Provost, WANTEE (2013), film still. Courtesy of the artist.
Saturday 18 July 2015   //   Dilston Grove


Exhibition Open:  6-7pm

Screening event featuring work by Lucy Skaer, Laure Prouvost, Ursula Mayer, Mark Aerial Waller, Jimmy Robert and Beatrice Gibson. Free event, booking essential. Please book via Eventbrite Phantoms of the Avant-Garde is the first in a series of monthly events (July to October 2015) exploring lines of connection and points

POOL a BAG Exhibition
8 July - 26 July 2015   //   The Gallery

A Bermondsey Artists’ Group exhibition

Preview:  Sunday 5 July // 3-5pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–5PM

Elisa Alaluusua | Caspar Below | Cecilia Bentley Bortoluzzi | Claire Blundell-Jones | Frances Coleman | Jane Colling | Jane Deakin | Gail Dickerson | Sean Dower | Stephen Dunn | Beth Elliott | Tony Fleming | Charlie Fox | Michèle Fuirer

Music of the Spheres Exhibition
13 June – 5 July 2015   //   Dilston Grove

Music of the Spheres
Charlotte Jarvis with Dr. Nick Goldman and The Kreutzer Quartet

Preview:  Friday 12 June // 6:30-8:30pm Exhibition Open:  FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–5PM

Music of the Spheres uses new bioinformatics technology to store a new musical MP3 recording in DNA molecules. The DNA has been suspended in soap solution and used to create performances and installations filled with bubbles. The installation takes the form of