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Southwark Galleries

Galleries and art spaces in Southwark

Southwark is very well served with art galleries. Details of a number of these are set out below:

ASC Artists’ Studio Company

ASC is a registered charity that exists to support visual and performing artists, educate the public in the arts and promote the arts. A leading provider of affordable studio space to visual artists currently providing workspace to over 700 practitioners across 10 sites.

Bankside gallery
The Gallery of the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers, running a varied programme of changing exhibitions, which includes contemporary watercolours and original prints.

Café gallery projects 
Established in 1983 and run jointly by several local artists, this space has a reputation for launching new talent and showcasing artist led enterprises.

Camberwell college of the arts 
The Gallery space connected  to Camberwell College of the Arts.

Dulwich picture gallery
England’s first public art gallery, the Dulwich Picture Gallery accommodates one of the oldest art collections in Britain.

Morley gallery 
The gallery at Morley College is a unique space open to all Morley students, staff and members of the public.

Skylark gallery 2
Skylark 2 displays an eclectic mix of affordable contemporary art produced by a collective of 29 artists.Home live art
HOME is a live art and production company providing contemporary artists with resources to produce and promote their events.
The Jerwood Space provides young dance and theatre companies a venue for creating and displaying work.
London glassblowing 
The London Glassblowing Workshop continues a long tradition of glassblowing in Southwark.
South London gallery 
Formerly the South London Working Men’s College, the South London Gallery hosts debates, exhibitions, creative writing workshops, talks and performance installations.
Tate Modern 
This former power station is not only the home of Britain’s paramount collection of modern and contemporary art, it’s an exciting architectural addition to London’s South Bank.
Camera press gallery, formerly Tom Blau gallery
This converted canvas warehouse, secured its place in the community while cultivating new audiences with varied, thought provoking and innovative programming.
GX gallery
Exhibits a unique collection of works from modern, international and contemporary fine artists.
Spacestation 65
An artist-run, shopfront contemporary art gallery.
Vitrine gallery
Vitrine gallery was set up in 2010 by Rennard Milner and Alys Williams as a contemporary art space committed to emerging art practices and ideas.