Next SLAM Friday:
27 May 2016
Spotlight on: Peckham
  • 02/10/2015 — 29/10/2016

    South London Gallery

    Heather and Ivan Morison’s exhibition documents their 2013-15 project Shadow Curriculum, as part of SLG Local. The artists worked in close partnership over a two year period with teachers and students at Highshore School, a mixed needs special seco[...]
  • 09/04/2016 — 27/05/2016

    Bosse and Baum

    'For a long period of time the body was treated as a cage for the soul. The purpose of religion was to get rid of the body and to give freedom to the spirit. The body was waste, a by-product, the human contribution for cultivating the soil for enviro[...]
  • 13/05/2016 — 04/06/2016


    Cropped Up Jo Dennis Solo Exhibition - Part of Peckham 24 The title of the show references the subject matter and the process in which the work is made, Cropped Up: to be revealed and to cut or reframe images. Using photography and found object[...]
  • 16/05/2016 — 16/06/2016

    The London Arts Board

    Painting by Rob Reed This painted study is a reflection of experiencing a rainbow, and the feeling we all get when we come across such a sight, we stop in our tracks to point it out in the sky. Rob Reed says “This behaviour is what I like the mo[...]
  • 15/05/2016 — 26/06/2016

    M2 Gallery

    Six paintings; shown over six weeks, a new one shown each week. Influenced by maps, aerial photography and the landscape around his East London studio, Matthew Webber creates oil- and acrylic- based paintings that are constructed, layer by layer, [...]
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