The gallery will open with a socially distanced preview of Luke Burton’s solo exhibition on 22 September, 12 – 8pm. You can book a timed slot here. The opening hours of the gallery will be Wednesdays to Fridays, 12 – 6pm, from 23 September, book here, and by appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
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Alexandra Warder and Lana Bountakidou
Bosse & Baum, Unit BGC, Bussey Building
133 Rye Lane, London
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From Peckham Rye station: Exit onto Rye Lane. Across the road you will see 133 Rye Lane above the entrance to Bussey Alley. This is located directly opposite where Blenheim Grove meets Rye Lane. The gallery is located 100 meters down this alley on your left, opposite Kiln Rooms, after ‘CLF Cafe, The Hub Workshop and before the bar/cafe The Social.
By car: Use the gated entrance located at 133 Copeland Road, SE15 3SN. Access 8am-10pm, 7 days a week. Parking is approximately £2 per hour.
We are a commercial gallery seeking an active role in shaping art discourse by giving a platform to contemporary positions; representing an international roster of emerging artists whose work challenges dominant historical narratives and is socially engaged. We work to facilitate broader social access to art and contribute to the wider critical conversation on contemporary art through a public programme of exhibitions, talks and performances. We encourage inclusive participation and conversation within the gallery, whilst supporting the growth of the gallery’s artists into a broader dialogue that includes private and institutional collections. We care greatly for our audiences of artists, collectors, curators, and all those interested in looking and learning, from seasoned professionals to curious newcomers. We continue to champion female artists: the gallery represents more female artists than male artists, still one of only a few galleries in the world to do so. We work to create the conditions in which experimental art practices can thrive, exhibiting challenging media such as performance and installation, and developing the models that secure their visibility in historically conservative markets.
The gallery’s main exhibition and events programme is accompanied by a non-profit and Arts Council England supported project called Micro Social Cultures, which started in early 2018. Micro Social Cultures is an active shared space for research, thinking & discussion and for exchanging ideas and knowledge catalysed by contemporary art practice. This will result in an online library, commissioned essays & open source information. The annual programme is structured in 4 episodes, each episode centered around an artist-developed workshop. This year’s programme has been selected by Jamie Sutcliffe. The invited artists for 2018 were: Hardeep Pandhal, Anna Zett, Claire Potter and Kamile Ofoeme.
Contact us for more information on projects, exhibitions and art works