Galleries - July 2011

a ADVANCED GRAPHICS LONDON 32 Long Lane, London SE1 4AY (opp Borough Tube) Anthony Frost: ‘Ohio Buzz’. New prints and unique works on paper. Jun 10–Jul 30. Tue–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 tube Borough, rail London Bridge t 020 7407 2055 f 020 7407 2066 b BANKSIDE GALLERY 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH A Year in the Life of the Royal Albert Hall. Jun 29–Jul 3. Members of the Royal Watercolour Society. High Watermark II: The Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours Joint Exhibition. Jul 8–24. Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers Summer Exhibition. Jul 29–Aug 21. Mon–Sun 11–6, admn free tube London Bridge/Southwark t 020 7928 7521 f 020 7928 2820 c BICHA GALLERY 7 Gabriel’s Wharf, South Bank, London SE1 9PP Landscapes of Memory: new works by Greek artist ParaskeviPlevri. Jun 24–Jul 10. *pr *ad Solo exhibition exploring the relationship between memory, space and time. Ice Cream Ceramics: new works by Anna Barlow – group exhibition. Jul 19–Aug 14. *ad Tue–Sun 11–7 t 020 7928 0083 d CAFE GALLERY Centre of SouthwarkPark, Bermondsey, SE16 2UA Archipelago. Jun 15–Jul 17. Florence Peake, Caroline Wilkinson, Frog Morris, Lee Campbell, Tim Spooner, Ian Bourn, Emma Benson, Zoe Mendelson, Michelle Griffiths, Steve Ounanian, Graeme Miller, Helena Goldwater. Curated by Gary Stevens. See website for performance times. Wed–Sun 12–6 Fully accessible, admn free Signposted from Canada Water tube/bus station t 020 7237 1230 e DILSTON GROVE SouthwarkPark(South West corner), SE16 2DD WAKE: Curated by Anne Bean. Carl Von Weiler. Jul 2–3. Rachel Lowe. Jul 9–10. Bronwen Buckeridge. Jul 16–17. Please call for programme details. London’s most important raw space for site specific, installation and experimental art. tube Canada Water buses 1, 47, 188, 199, 225, 381, 395, P13 Admn free, fully accessible, sign posted from Canada Water station t 020 7237 1230 f THE HAYWARD GALLERY SouthbankCentre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want. May 18–Aug 29. Major survey of one of Britain’s most celebrated contemporary artists. Every period of her career is covered, with painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, textiles, video and sculpture. t 0871 663 2500 tickets 0871 663 2519 SOUTHWARK PARK K E N N I N G T O N S O U T H W A R K B R I D G E T H E N E W R D E V E L Y L O W E R R O A D J A M A I C A R O A D S O U T H W A R K P A R K R O A D S T R A N D N S T R E E T F E N B E T H B R I D G E N P K R D C O M I N S T E R W A T E R L O O B R I D G E R O A D B R I D G E A C K F R I A R S B R I D G E B R I D G E N E W K E N T L O N D O N T O W E R B R I D G E Canada Water London Bridge Rotherhithe Bermondsey Lambeth North Waterloo Cannon Street Surrey Quay Elephant&Castle Borough Southwark stminster Charing Cross WALKBRI. a a e g d h k j i c l f MAP 31 LONDON BANKSIDE & SOUTHWARK 52. GALLERIES JULY 11 GLOBE THEATRE BL A C K FR I A R S BR IDGE S U M N E R S T R E E T H O P T O N S T R E E T O UT HWA R K BR I D G E n b m a WALKB Diane Arbus ‘A Young Man in Curlers at Home, NYC 1966’ © The Estate of Diane Arbus 2011 Tate Modern (see listing on facing page)