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CGP London

CGP London is an artist-led initiative providing exhibitions of contemporary art at two venues in Southwark Park. Cafe Gallery is a purpose-built space comprising three interlinked 'white-room' spaces and a patio garden. Dilston Grove is a Grade II listed building providing a cavernous raw space for large-scale installations and performance, a reception area and learning space. Since our foundation by the Bermondsey Artists' Group in 1984, community integration and inclusiveness has been central to the values of CGP London.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
Southwark Park
SE16 2UA
Phone: +44 (0)20 7237 1230
Website: www.cgplondon.org


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Artists Represented

We have shown a wide range of contemporary visual artists.


Sample Art Work (6)

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Current Exhibitions

All Is Not Lost (21 September - 23 October 2011)

Zoe Brown, Rebecca Glover, Rachael House, Manu Luksch, Olivia-Jane Ransley, Martina Schmucker, Rosalie Schweiker, Jessica Voorsanger, K. Yoland. Curated by Emily Druiff.

An exhibition by emerging and established female artists presenting a philosophy of optimism and resilience with an anarchic aesthetic of protest and DIY culture, ALL IS NOT LOST represents the potential of art to inspire change.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Jobbers to the Stars (16 Nov - 11 Dec 2011)
Ruth Beale, Dora Garcia, Michelle Hannah, Katarina Zdjelar. Curated by Claire Shallcross.

Fran Cottell - Dilston Grove Offsite Project (8-9 Oct 2011, from 2-6pm) New installation at 18 Woolwich Road, Greenwich, London SE10 0JU


Previous Exhibitions

Open Exhibition (3-14 August 2011)
Archipelago (11 June - 18 July 2011)
Personal Use (11 May - 5 June 2011)
Throwing Shapes (7 October - 7 November 2010)
Making Ships in Bottles (19 May - 20 June 2010)


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Submission Policy

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Press Releases

ALL IS NOT LOST
21 September – 23 October 2011
Zoe Brown, Rebecca Glover, Rachael House, Manu Luksch, Olivia-jane Ransley, Martina Schmücker,
Rosalie Schweiker, Jessica Voorsanger, K. Yoland. Curated by Emily Druiff
Cafe Gallery is pleased to announce ALL IS NOT LOST, an exhibition of artworks by emerging and established female
artists presenting a philosophy of optimism and resilience.
Leaning towards an anarchic aesthetic of protest and DIY culture, ALL IS NOT LOST represents the potential
of art to inspire change, with each artist revealing an individual approach to this in the form of confrontation
or observation.
Rachael House’s free standing protest banner To Be Normal Is Not A Healthy Aspiration, is a direct call to action.
This imposing presence features deceased icons Ari Up and Poly Styrene, the banner is an object but also
an invitation: to consider, and to participate in, an alternative.
Martina Schmücker’s Visual Mechanics three dimensional installation examines the perception we have
of older women and their influence in contemporary society. The installation of reconstructed screens presents
an i... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

CGP London
Southwark Park
London SE16 2UA

Seven minutes' walk from Canada Water station (Jubilee and overground lines), or buses 1, 47, 188, 199, 225, 381, 395, P12, C10


Contact-Directors/Staff

Ron Henocq - Director
Bridget Virden - Learning and Community Manager


Opening Times

Wednesday - Sunday 11am-4pm