13 December 2008–12 January 2009
For more than five decades, Herbert painted dream-like images. His poetic vision was in British art’s metaphysical tradition that extends from William Blake to Cecil Collins.
15 November–8 December 2008
Griffin’s diverse career has encompassed both commercial and fine art photography, film, audio-visual performance, fashion photography and books.
15 October–8 November 2008
Works by: Stuart Brisley, William Green, Tina Keane, Georgia Russell, Harald Smykla and Jason Wallis-Johnson.
20 September–11 October 2008
Works from 1960s London to Los Angeles today by the Australian artist and film-maker Philippe Mora.
Through August until 13 September 2008
A changing exhibition of works by contemporary Gallery artists and Modern British works from private collections.
14 June–12 July 2008
The artist’s language of forms isderived from the architecture of the modern urban environment.
16 May–7 June 2008
Influenced by nature, fantasy and storytelling, designer Bodo Sperlein’s installation of mirrors and lights merges fantasy with design.
19 April–10 May 2008
This group exhibition examines aspects of belief, delusion, irony and fantasy around the subject of extra-terrestrial life.
2 February–4 March 2008
The exhibition includes Pye’s first works made at the Royal College of Art in the 1960s, early bronzes and large-scale reflective works in tubular steel.
15–20 January 2008
Featured artists include: Stuart Brisley, Liliane Lijn, Paule Vézelay, Grayson Perry, James Burbidge, Paula Rego, Anne Rothenstein, Francis Butterfield, Peter King, William Pye, Elaine Wilson.
6 October–17 November 2007
Recent works by gallery artists Chris Kenny, Georgia Russell and Jason Wallis-Johnson.
11–16 September 2007
Artists included: John Armstrong, Francis Butterfield, Rolf Brandt, Benjamin Creme, Hubert Dalwood, Gwyther Irwin, Adrian Heath, Heinz Henghes, Ivon Hitchens, Peter King, Peter Kinley, William Roberts, John Skeaping, Stanley Spencer, Paule Vézelay.
21 June–21 July 2007
This exhibition is a salute to a small, but memorably subversive group of artists who emerged in London at the beginning of the 1980s.