Brink at Dilston Grove: 24 March – 17 April 2016

Violin Fase by Eric Pauwels, 1986 Courtesy of the artist and Argos, Brussels
Violin Fase by Eric Pauwels, 1986 Courtesy of the artist and Argos, Brussels

Dilston Grove, London: 24 March – 17 April 2016  Hours: Thursday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
Join us for the Preview: Saturday 19 March, 2–5pm

Brink
Curated by Matt Baker

Graham Dolphin
Jean-Paul Kelly
Gil Leung
Priit Pärn
Eric Pauwels
Chris Saunders
Lucy Skaer

Brink explores limits, extremes and the unease caused at the point of shifting perception. Exhaustion, perpetuity and frustration feature prominently, resonating with the frenetic landscape of contemporary London.

For more information about the participating artists, please click here.


RCA Break LInk Printmaking CGP The Gallery

Break / link

5 -6 March 2016 // Saturday & Sunday // 11 – 4 // The Gallery
Preview: Friday 4 March // 6 – 8pm

This exhibition is the second of two collaborations with the Royal College of Art. It continues a long standing partnership between CGP London and the Royal College of Art Printmaking Department. It is an annual event, which for the first time mixes up students from the first and second year ma. It is always an exciting showcase with a broad interpretation of printmaking today.

For more information about the participating artists, please click here.


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in 2016, our programme will include the first london solo exhibition (across both venues in collaboration with Matt’s Gallery, London) by Graham Fagen since 2002, a new installation commission by Paul Carter and Lesions in the Landscape by Shona Illingworth (across both venues, commissioned by FACT, Liverpool). In addition to the core funding from Arts Council England and Southwark Council, we rely on financial support from trusts, foundations and individuals to present an ambitious programme of exhibitions, screening, events and learning activities.

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