A Christmas Selection
From 4 December 2020, by appointment only

Antonio Riello, Gulliver's Travels

Antonio Riello  ASHES TO ASHES, GULLIVER'S TRAVELS  Blown Borosilicate glass and book ashes  31 x 12 x 12cm

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To book an appointment to view A Christmas Selection in the gallery, please contact danielle@daniellearnaud.com


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London SE11 6SF UK
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Nicky Coutts
Mimics series 1




The exhibition in the gallery will re-open once London is no longer in Tier 3



A Christmas Selection

Oona Grimes

Antonio Riello

Abraham Kritzman





Katharine Fry
Please call me home
to be confirmed

Joy Gregory and Philip Miller
SEEDS OF EMPIRE: A Little Breeze
Date to be confirmed




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25 Years
From 6 July 2020
Celebrating 25 years of the gallery
25 Years Virtual Exhibition

25 Years  virtual gallery detail view

Dinu Li | Katie Deith | Suky Best | Finlay Taylor | Paul Ryan | Paulette Phillips |
Neville Gabie | Dunhill and O'Brien | Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva | Freya Gabie |
Helen Maurer | Richard McVetis | Nicholas Pace | Oona Grimes | Nicky Hodge | Antonio Riello | Katrin Hanusch | Annie Whiles | Katharine Fry |
Marie-France & Patricia Martin | Fran Burden | Abraham Kritzman |
Sophie Lascelles | David Bate | Kim L Pace | Marc Hulson | Nicky Coutts |
Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos and Jan Hogan | Rieko Akatsuka |
Gerry Smith | Heather Ross | Kate Scrivener | Kathleen Herbert | Effie Paleologou |
Louisa Fairclough | David Cotterrell

Enter exhibition


25 Years, our summer exhibition, was due to open mid-June to celebrate 25 years of the gallery. Over 40 artists were invited to reflect on the notion of time (scientific, philosophical, real or imagined) with site specific artworks to be installed in the Georgian space which has housed the gallery for the last 25 years.

Then time stopped… the gallery closed; the artists were confined; some studios had to close; teaching had to be ‘performed’ online; some felt loneliness setting in; others had to multi-task. Many of the artists were left with no time or space to produce new work. A sabbatical for some, harshness for others, a challenging time for all.