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SOUTH LONDON GALLERY

65 Peckham Rd, SE5 8UH
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LIZ JOHNSON ARTUR : IF YOU KNOW THE BEGINNING, THE END IS NO TROUBLE
Jun 14 - Sep 1, 2019
For her first solo show in the UK, Russian-Ghanaian artist Liz Johnson Artur presents a new body of work alongside photographs selected from her substantial archive of images documenting the lives of people from the African diaspora.

Click to enlargeSUSAN CIANCIOLO
Jun 21 - Sep 1, 2019
SUSAN CIANCIOLO: GOD LIFE: MODERN HOUSE ON LAND OUTSIDE GAME TABLE
Artist Susan Cianciolo presents a solo show across the South London Gallery Fire Station, inviting visitors into her unique creative world.

SLG HOSTS : THE SCHOOL OF SPECULATION
Aug 10 - 18, 2019
The School of Speculation (SOS) is a new independent design school, which aims to increase diversity in art and design education by bringing together students from all backgrounds with cutting-edge practitioners.
 
SOS’s inaugural two-week summer school, co-hosted by the SLG, the Design Museum and Anise Gallery, includes an exhibition in the Fire Station and a series of talks by course tutors.
 
Applications are now open for 2019 course places. For more information or to apply see www.schoolofspeculation.xyz

DANH VO : UNTITLED
Sep 19 - Nov 24, 2019
The South London Gallery presents the first major solo exhibition in London by internationally-acclaimed Danish-Vietnamese artist Danh Vo. It will be the first solo show to span the Main Gallery space and the Fire Station building. The exhibition will also involve projects in the Fire Station Kitchen, siting an outdoor work on Pelican housing estate where the SLG has a long-established relationship with residents, and the transformation of Art Block, the SLG’s permanent art space for children on Sceaux Gardens estate. Central to the concept of the show will be ideas around plurality, with the artist working across these multiple spaces, using a variety of working methods and collaborating with numerous different people in the course of its creation, be they his father, friend, lover or professor, his students, technicians or other people he encounters along the way.

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