One of London's most important contemporary art exhibition spaces, having shown artists such as Gilbert and George, Tracey Emin, Mark Quinn and Julian Schnabel. The South London Gallery has a reputation for having its finger on the pulse of contemporary art and as a vital platform for young artists and curators. Active education and outreach programmes, debates, seminars, and talks by key figures.
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Venue Details & Map
South London Gallery
65 Peckham RoadLondonSE5 8UH
- +44 (0)20 7703 6120
- Public transport:
- Walk down Camberwell New Rd to Camberwell Green. From there continue down Peckham Rd on which the gallery is sited.By bus: Bus stop 20m from gallery.
It's small, but GREAT THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES.
I love the SLG (acronymn, if I may?). The building itself is lovely and a little creaky and has nice touches (see: lighting choices). It's a large building, but fairly small exhibition space: currently (July 2015) there are two artists being showcased across three rooms. However, the quality is extremely high and it's well worth your...more
If you live in West London, a trip to the South London Gallery is a bit of a trek. The directions on the website say it's a 10 minute walk from Peckham Rye station. That's probably about right, but it felt much further - mind you, a good opportunity to taste a different flavour of London.
The current installation by Thomas Hirschorn is well worth the visit, and I'm glad I made it just in...more
If you're wondering where to spend your Saturday, this is a good spot for a relaxing and interesting stroll. The exhibition is interesting and I had a very nice time here.more
Was in the area for a different event and they weren't quite ready so suggested I walk around to the other galleries in the area. And this was one of them. There is a show currently on that involves one large room.
And I'm not sure if the gallery has other rooms or exhibits that go on at the same time. Mostly because the gallery guard at the moment did not either hear me or want to answer my...more
Strange how great things can be right under your nose but you just don't get around to checking them out as often as you should do. Well for this resident of Nunhead the South London Gallery is a case in point; it's no more than a very leisurely 15 minute stroll from door to door but this Sunday was my first visit in an age.
Thanks to some gentle prompting from B we decided to keep it local...more