Galleries - May 2016

a ADVANCED GRAPHICS LONDON 68 Walcot Square, London SE11 4TZ Prints on display in theofficeas we await completion of our new gallery space later this year. t 020 7407 2055 / 07710 498032 f Advanced.London b BANKSIDE GALLERY 48 Hopton Street, London SE1 9JH c CGP LONDON The Gallery, centre of Southwark Park, London SE16 2UA Dilston Grove, SW corner of Southwark Park, London SE16 2DD Graham Fagen: TheMighty Scheme. May 5–Jun 26. Installation of works by Graham Fagen madein responseto thefour noblerooms of Palazzo Fontana, a 16th century building located on the Grand Canal in Venice. Thu–Sun 11–5 t 020 7237 1230 t @CGP–London f d LLEWELLYN ALEXANDER GALLERY 124–126 The Cut, Waterloo, London SE1 8LN opposite The Old Vic Theatre The Spirit of London. May 3–25. Capturing thelifeand essenceof London. 12 artists paint Westminster, theSouth Bank, TheCity and along theThames. Not The Royal Academy: Preview. From May 26. Comeand view someof theunhung paintings. Tue–Sat 10–7.30 t 020 7620 1322/24 e LONDON GLASSBLOWING STUDIO AND GALLERY 62-66 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UD Recollections: Celebrating 40 Years of London Glassblowing. May 20–Jun 11. As part of our special 40th anniversary year we are proud to be presenting Recollections. For this exhibition we have challenged our artists to revisit past creations; to go beyond previous explorations and develop new and inspiring works that look towards thefuture. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7403 2800 t @LDNglassblowing f LDNglass f MENIER GALLERY 51 Southwark St, London SE1 1RU UK Coloured Pencil Society: 15th anniversary exhibition. May 4–14. Celebrating the Society’s 15th anniversary and showing winners from this and previous years’ open exhibitions. Also an itinerary of work- shops and Society artists giving demonstrations daily. See website for details. *ad Discover The One Japanese Art: Works by 100 Japanese contemporary artists. May 17–21. *ad Stunning work by artists from all over Japan who have competed to appear in this show. It includes painting, sculpture, calligraphy and craft. Organised by Qualiart. See also Mall Galleries, Trafalgar Squaremap. Tue 1–6, Wed–Fri 11–6, Sat 11–1 g SKYLARK GALLERIES - Artist- Run 1.09 Oxo Tower Wharf, London SE1 9PH first floor riverside Two friendly galleries on London’s South Bank present an exciting rangeof contemporary paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture and SOUTHWARK PARK K E N N I N G T O S O U T H W A R K B R I D G E N E W R D E V 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 F L E E S T R A N D B A N N O N S T R E E T T R E E T F E N C H U R T H B R I D G E P K R D 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 L 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 R O A D Canada Water London Bridge Rotherhithe Bermondsey Lambeth North Waterloo Cannon Street Surrey Quay Elephant&Castle Temple Borough WALKBRI. Southwark I A a e i c f c d MAP 28 LONDON BANKSIDE & SOUTHWARK 42 GALLERIES MAY 2016 A CKF R IARS B RI D G E WA TERLOO R S O U T T A M F O R D S T R E E T U P P E R G R O U N D HOPTON S T P A H O L L A N D S T g h b j WA A photography. Tue–Sun 11–6, free admn t 020 7401 9666 5 Gabriel’s Wharf, SE1 9PP daily winter 12–5, summer 11–6 t 020 7928 4005 h SOUTHBANK PRINTMAKERS Gabriel’s Wharf, 56 Upper Ground London SE1 9PP near the Oxo Tower Artist run Gallery; contemporary printmakers showing a widevariety of images and techniques. All work is original and limited edition. Examples of etching, lithography, silkscreen, linocuts, woodcuts and engraving. Mon–Fri 11.30–5, Sat/Sun 10–7 t 020 7928 8184 i STUDIO SIENKO GALLERY 57 Lant Street, SE1 1QN Mariusz Drabarek: Deconstruction of Reality – paintings. Until May 12. Mon–Fri 10–5.30 & by appt with artist Wojciech Nowikowski & David Weekes: Being there – paintings. May 17–23. Mon–Fri 10–5,30 May 17 6–9, May 21 3–6 t 020 7403 1353 j TATE MODERN Bankside, London SE1 9TG Mona Hatoum. May 4–Aug 21. Thefirst UK survey of thework of Mona Hatoum, oneof themost important artists of her generation. Performing for the Camera. Until Jun 12. Over 500 images spanning 150 years examining the relationship between photography and performance, from the invention of photography in the19th century to theselfiecultureof today. Sun–Thu 10–6, Fri–Sat 10–10 t 020 7887 8888