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 Exhibition is FREE and runs from the 17th June – 30th June 2011

Opening HoursTuesday-Saturday: 11am-7pm or by appointment.

Opening its doors for the first time in June, we are excited to announce the Motion Towards Collapse - by Molly Smyth. At the Illumination Exhibition - Coldharbour Gallery in South-east Londonarrival of Coldharbour London. A 15,000 sq ft multifunctional gallery & artist studio space, set in a converted 1960’s print factory in Brixton.

Advocating a vibrant, creative community, Coldharbour London leads the way as one of South-East London’s premier spaces for contemporary art, producing and hosting a diverse programme of exhibitions.

Coldharbour London Gallery’s launch exhibition, aims to shine a light on South East London’s ever increasing art scene, and will take place on Thursday 16th June. Illumination, curated by Aretha Campbell, will bring together the work of both emerging and established contemporary artists - Adam Barker-Mill, Lawrence Lek, Luke Montgomery, Molly Smyth, Kirstie Mcleod and Josh Alexander.

Coldharbour London is a professionally managed exhibition space for all art mediums. Obtaining the character and feel of its former industrial use, the exhibition space naturally lends itself to showcasing contemporary art as well as being a great open space for both two and three-dimensional work. There is an impressive display window facing directly onto the street with maximum visibility. This flexible space is ideal for film and Twins - by Lawrence Lek. Illumination is a free exhibition at Coldharbour London - a gallery exhibiting local London artistsphotography shoots, the high ceilings and skylights allow an abundance of natural light to flood into the area. Throughout the year the space will be available to rent.


The studios at Coldharbour London are located on the top two floors. Following an intricate labyrinth of winding hallways, each room has its own feel. A harmony of lofty style rooms, light-flooded studios with city views and seemingly never ending corridors lead you into the high ceilinged sky lit Sculptor Hall. Resident artists include the talented sculptor Molly Smyth and well known painter Dan McDermott, to name a few. Our aim is to support our resident artists through open studios, exhibitions and online presence.

We believe that art unites communities, establishes a sense of purpose and a set of ideals that help break down social barriers, thus promoting fellowship and positive growth together. We are dedicated to exhibiting a fusion of talent, whilst working in partnership with visionary individuals and organisations, encouraging critical imagination and innovation to bring the most cutting-edge and exciting art projects to South-East London.

Website: www.coldharbourlondon.com

Coldharbour London Gallery, 26-34 Southwell Road, London SE5

Nearest Tube: Brixton (Victoria). Loughborough Junction or Denmark Hill (rail)

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