CGP London: Jonathan Baldock – Final Two Weeks

CGP London, London.

Jonathan Baldock: There’s No Place Like Home

Until 30 July 2017 // Thur-Sun // 11am-5pm
CGP London // The Gallery

Taking its title from the 1939 musical the wizard of oz, There’s No Place Like Home is Jonathan Baldock’s largest solo show to date. Newly commissioned and previously unseen works populate both spaces at CGP London including an extensive installation at dilston grove.


UPCOMING EXHIBITION
COMMON & GARDEN

Common & Garden // A Bermondsey Artists’ Group Exhibition

16 August – 3 September 2017 // Wed-Sun // 11am-5pm
Preview: Sunday 13 August // 3-6pm
CGP London // The Gallery

Please join us for the preview of Common & Garden, this year’s exhibition of the Bermondsey Artists’ Group, consisting of works selected by Anna Barriball and Anne Bean.

The exhibition explores correspondences within the urban environment, between public space and more private green spaces, whilst resonating with CGP London’s unique park location. Key is the exhibition’s sub-theme of beautification, drawing inspiration from the original Southwark ‘beautification’ projects launched by ada salter in 1920.

Caspar Below // Cecilia Bentley Bortoluzzi // Jane Colling // Jane Deakin // Gail Dickerson // Charlie Fox // Michèle Fuirer // Caroline Gregory // Vivien Harland // Jonathan Hood // Sophie Horton // Dale Inglis // Joanna Mccormick // Anne Robinson // Harald Smykla // Sarah Sparkes // Kay Walsh


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Your support is essential, enabling us to keep commissioning and supporting artists at all stages of their careers to present challenging examples of contemporary art, whilst encouraging the next generation of artists through engaging educative programming within the local community.

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