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Nolias Gallery

Nolias Gallery first opened at the old Thomas aBecket pub on the Old Kent Road in March 2005 and that space has become a project gallery hosting exhibitions by emerging artists from many of London’s leading art colleges. 2006 has seen the addition of two more gallery spaces, at Great Suffolk Street near Tate Modern and at Liverpool Road in Islington where more established artists are exhibited.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
320 Old Kent Road SE1 5UE 60 Great Suffolk Street SE1 0BL 201 Liverpool Road N1 1LX
Phone: 02079283266 / 07984716668 / 07810692607
Website: www.noliasgallery.co.uk




Sample Art Work (4)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

MARCH 2007

Nolias Gallery at the Thomas aBecket
/ 320 Old Kent Road, Southwark SE1 5UE London

3 to 7 March - Pleasure is Leisure

private view 6 pm Fri 2 March and continues from the 3 to 7 March, 1 to 6 pm
Pleasure is leisure - an expo of great British leisure pursuits. Julia Bedford, Dennis Dunn, Oliver Evelyn Rahr, Richard Gorak and Clare Willis.

10 to 14 March - Sexy Sexy

private view 6 pm Fri 9 March and continues from the 10 to 14 March, 1 to 6 pm
Sam Adams/ Nicola Carvell/ Sonia Almeida/ Jim Howard/ Hannah Birkett - Sexy Sexy is an opportunity to bring together artists whose practices call into question the phenomenology of surface. The viscera of surface appeal, and its connotations of superficiality need not be typified by seductive simulacra, sardonic cynicism and jesting nihilism.

17 to 21 March - Experience the image

private view 6 pm Fri 16 March and continues from the 17 to 21 March, 1 to 6 pm
An investigation of sculpture in photography with works by Min Angel, Dave Ball, Akiko Ban, Marifer Barrero, Christine Lewis, Charlie Ogilvie, Oliver O'Donnell, Anne E Wilson, Sebastian Winn... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Nolia Devlin, director
Simon Lepp, manager


Opening Times

Monday to Sunday 1 to 6 pm