Current Exhibitions

  • George Grosz – The Big No – 15th May – 20th June 2015

    George Grosz was one of the greatest satirical artists of the 20th century. A co-founder of the Berlin Dada group and revolutionary in the 1920s, he made hundreds of drawings depicting the vices and injustices of capitalist society during the Weimar era, many of them published in portfolios by the left wing publisher Malik Verlag. This exhibition presents a selection of images from two of the most powerful: 'Ecce Homo', 1923, and 'Hintergrund' ('Background'), 1928.
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Upcoming Exhibitions

Speakers Corner 1996

Speakers’ Corner – An Exhibition of Photography by Philip Wolmuth

26th June - 25th July 2015
Speakers’ Corner is an exhibition of Westminster artist Philip Wolmuth‘s unique photographs of people who come to argue, discuss and preach at Speakers’ Corner in London’s Hyde Park. Hyde Park is regarded worldwide as the home of free speech. Some …
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Past Exhibitions

Featured Artist

  • 'Leaning Pine, Summer Breeze'  No 1, in Blue Yellow & Green 35x73cm monotype with dry point etching
  • 'Pines Entwined, Summer Breeze no1' monotype & drypoint etching 35x73cm
  • 'Tall Pine, Summer Breeze' No 1 monotype & drypoint etching 35x73cm
  • 'Pines Entwined, Summer Breeze no1' monotype & drypoint etching 35x73cm

Featured Artist – Clare Grossman

My work predominately focuses on the search for a personal narrative, an essential energy – the ‘essence’ of a chosen subject or place encapsulated in an emotional response. Working often with a combination of techniques, a final piece may have …
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Gallery Hire

londonprintstudio's gallery presents a wide range of exciting and innovative exhibitions of contemporary printmaking, graphic arts and related art practices. The exhibitions take place within a beautifully designed, bright and spacious gallery with 130 square metres of floor space. The gallery has sixteen linear metres of fixed hanging space with up to forty-five linear metres of additional hanging space on moveable panels. The gallery has been designed and equipped for the presentation of traditional and new media. It is a flexible environment, which can be adapted. Movable panels allow the gallery to be transformed for special events including performances, presentations, and screenings. Facilities include digital projection for video and computer presentations, with internet links.