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Whilst our building is currently still open, due to current government advice please don't visit the gallery at the moment but do keep an eye on our exhibition programme and come and support us and our artists when everything is up and running again!
Full English An exhibition by Ruth Faulkner with paintings by Liam Buckley 7th - 20th March 2020 Opening night Friday 6th March 7 - 9pm
There are approximately 23 baked beans per tablespoon…of baked beans.
This recent work is a celebration of The Full English Breakfast. How does it feel to be a fried sausage on a breakfast plate, whose role is not only to be delicious but also a handy dam to hold the beans at bay? How does it look inside the vast belly of a bean? From the mini to the infinite, this show explores the texture, form and scale of what is commonly believed to be the most important meal of the day. Liam Buckley provides a selection of colourful paintings to complement the fun and playful sculptures. Making for a bright and breakfasty exhibition.
UNDERSTAND - Ain't No Small Fry A group show from Single Homeless Project residents and facilitators Cancelled until further notice
‘UNDERSTAND, Ain’t No Small Fry’ is the first ArtHouse group show from Single Homeless Project (SHP). An eclectic mix of work produced from the new range of art programmes delivered across our London homelessness services. A celebration of the hidden talent of SHP participants and collaborators over the last year.
Single Homeless Project is a London-wide charity working to prevent homelessness and help vulnerable and socially excluded people to transform their lives. As well as providing supported housing they offer an inclusive Arts programme that is designed to not only teach creative skills and encourage self-expression but form new relationships and nurture clients personal well-being.