On the occasion of the opening of Promised Land, Autograph ABP have invited the artist Monica Ross to lead Act 55 of Anniversary—an act of memory, a public recitation from memory of the Preamble and 30 articles that form the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
A curated programme of live art at CGP London | Dilston Grove, featuring a host of artists from dark corners, glittery stages, white-walled galleries and gravelly gutters.
27 April from 2 - 8pm.
Performances by fine art students at the Royal College of Art.
17 March from 1 - 4pm.
Dilston Grove activities will resume in February 2013 with weekly print workshops. The building is also available for hire from December – April. In May 2013, we will present, in partnership with Autograph ABP, a major installation by Nikolaj Larsen.
The renovation of Dilston Grove has been selected as a National finalist for the 2013 Civic Trust Awards.
Roy Voss, Matt's Gallery & Dilston Grove are delighted to invite you to CAST.
28-30 September, 5-7 October and 12-14 October 2012 from 12-5pm.
The history of the Paralympic Games is remembered in an original and thought-provoking installation by Outside In artist James Lake, called Gold Run: Remix. The piece has been created with the help and stewardship of the Turner Prize-nominated artist Richard Wilson RA
Exhibition Launch: Noon, 7 September 2012.
Pavilion Gabriel Birch + Sophie Yetton
with films by artists Mary Hurrell, Helene Kazan, Thomas Lock, Mirza & Butler, Linda Persson, and Richard Whitby. Preview: 10 August 6 to 8pm
Pavilion is a collaboration between Gabriel Birch and Sophie Yetton, which intends to reframe the space of exhibition through interventions that call into question the relationships between viewer, art work and gallery architecture.
Andrew Kötting and Iain Sinclair
""Swandown is utterly funny, deeply lyrical, wholly winning, unchallengeably unique."" Nigel Andrews, Financial Times
"A puckish, gently abstract, playfully absurd travelogue." Robbie Collin, The Telegraph.
http://www.curzoncinemas.com/swandown/ http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/12b23f42-d1a5-11e1-bb82-00144feabdc0.html#axzz216XIbBVR http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00wbj3l
20 April – 27 May 2012
CGP London present the UK premiere of The End of Innocence by the celebrated British artist Mat Collishaw projected on a monumental scale within the cavernous raw space of Dilston Grove.
UPDATE To view a preview of The End of Innocence installed at Dilston Grove click HERE
Open Friday, 30 September, Saturday, 1 October and Sunday, 2 October. Open 3 - 8pm. Last admission at 7pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Sacred spaces and resonant frequencies. Part of SLAM Last Fridays.
Installation 6.30 - 9.30pm.
Sound and Dance Performance at 8.30pm.
A series of six mini-residencies featuring Anne Bean, William Cobbing, David Cotterrell, Carl Von Weiler, Rachel Lowe and Bronwen Buckeridge.
A site-specific celebration of concrete at Dilston Grove.
Matt's Gallery presents a group exhibition at Dilston Grove, realised by Anne Bean, Robin Klassnik and Richard Wilson.
CGP London are pleased to introduce the newly renovated Dilston Grove, a spectacular venue for large-scale presentations of contemporary art.
Alexander and Susan Maris
Guy Bishop, Matt Hulse, Ben Rivers and Joost van Veen.
George Bolster, Kate-Rose Carrick, Mark Dean Veca Kelly Eginton, Jane Philbrick, Rachael Reupke, Ewoud Van Rijn
Curated by Andree Cooke
Mark Anderson, Anne Bean, Lucy Baldwyn, David Chapman, Marcus Coates, Rachel Cohen, Holly Darton, Gail Dickerson, Graham Fagen, Brian Gilson, Ilur Malus Islandus, Meg Mosely, Miyako Narita, Lucille Power, Emily Richardson, Harald Smykla, Eden Solomon, Richard Wilson, z'ev
Ackroyd & Harvey
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