CGP London presents UNIT
CGP London presents UNIT
CGP London presents UNIT, a large scale group exhibition at Dilston Grove and The Gallery, featuring works by Year Two Students from Camberwell College of Arts.
Camberwell College’s world-class fine art programme is comprised of four undergraduate degree courses in the disciplines of drawing, painting, photography, and sculpture. In each of these specializations, ambitious and innovative students work towards their own highly personalized independent programme of study with internationally recognized artists and critics. The Fine Art programme’s dynamic professionally-focussed environment fosters creative and intellectual experimentation, confidence, and entrepreneurialism, preparing students for their chosen careers in the arts.
Camberwell College of Arts 2nd Year Fine Art Department
Second year students from Camberwell’s undergraduate fine art programme have the opportunity to show their work externally in a cross-course exhibition.
All students from BA Drawing, BA Painting, BA Photography and BA Sculpture take part in the group exhibition as part of their professional practice development.
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Danny Atkinson, Jerome Bair, Josep Barnadas Estivill, Ana Barros Afonso, Bradley Canfield, Haowan Chu, Megan Clay-Dennis, Balthazar De Mauleon De Bruyeres, Luca De Sousa Oliveira, Sophia Ellis, Yasmin Goodison-Braithwaite, Sweksha Goyal, Ellie Haworth, Tatiana Jaffe, Sunita Kirkpatrick, Daisy Latham, Conrad Lewis, XIAOXUAN Long, Matt Ludgate, Anne Lumumba, Vicky McIlroy, Patrick Metcalfe, Yasmin Morjaria, Oliver Naylor, Alice Overton, Zuzanna Pedrasik, Julia Piekarczyk, Qian Qiao, Sveta Radionovskaya. India Randall, Christina Riant, Caleb Richards, Gwenllian Spink, Jessica Stiles, Rona Thorne, Miriam Trevithick, Alice Venn, Bernard Veyu, Holly Westall, DB Yan, Shuxin Zheng.
Hawazin Alotaibi, Christopher Andon, Valeria Andreis, Tom Ashley, Alys Bagilhole, Edie Baker, Martha Brownlow, Lucy Bruce-Gardner, Lauren Cannell, Min Choi, Alexandra Ferro Kirby, Orlando Gaffney-Hyde, Kingi Gift, Antonia Gigglberger, Savannah Grieve, Alia Hamaoui, Sueko Hamilton Ritchie, Simon Handy, Lowri Heckler, Roanna Holmes-Frodsham, Laurence Jansen, Scott Kibblewhite, Felix Knox, Felix Krapp, Saehim Lee, Maria Magdaleno Santamaria, Samuel Middleton, Isabel Mills, Oliver Pearce, Catherine Percival, Joseph Philo Powell, Daisy, Pike-Quantick, Emily Ramplin, Max Silvey, Martina Siskova, Ellie Spink. Molly Sydee, Anna Theodosopoulou, Angelica Thompson, Colette Williams, Tonghe Yin.
Cindy Alviz, Darius Beeks, Franziska Beltracchi, Bethany Butler, Amy Butterfield, Daisy Chan, Julia Creuheras Marti, Alexander Davies, Cecilia Dumont, Elfe Forster, Alexander Franchini, Dexter Free, Belinda Gardiner-Whitfield, Martha Gray, Judit Gyula, Jo Hailey, Alan Hall, Corinne Hepting, Greig Howitt, Annabel Jones, Eric King, Andrea La Forgia, Jack Lovatt, Joe Maskill Fishwick, Joshua Morgan, Rodrigo Nunes Silva, Shaileyee Pati, Ella Pavlides, Anna Presilia, Rashi Rajguru, Lovisa Ranta, Euan Reed, Na Seo, Shante Rhia Simpson, Louis Small, Mariam Turay, Daniéla Vainio, Megan Vaughan, Giovanni Vetere, Antony Wilder, Jiasheng Xu, Zaneta Zukalova.
Alexander Aitken, Maisy Alvin, Jade Andrews, James Cartwright, Tom Chamberlain, Alice Edwards, Sara Eskildsen, Jess Gorsuch, Ruth Hallgarten, Jessie Hammans, Darcia Haughey, Dionne Mombeyarara, Liliana Oderstone, Lettice O’Leary, Oliver Onley, Geraldine Rainford, Joshua Robinson, Hannah Skinner, Peter Watkins.
CGP London: The Gallery & Dilston Groves
14 – 15 January 2017 / 11am – 4pm
Closing Event: 15 January // 2-4pm
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Cafe Gallery Project
CGP London is an artist led gallery of contemporary art based across two venues in Southwark Park; The Gallery and Dilston Grove. Founded in 1984 by The Bermondsey Artists’ Group, the gallery has commissioned and presented over 140 free exhibitions by emergent, overlooked and established British and international artists.
The Gallery and Dilston Grove space
CGP London manages The Gallery and Dilston Grove in Southwark Park, Bermondsey, London SE16.
Southwark Park is approximately 7 minutes walk from Canada Water station which is on the Jubilee and Overground (Highbury & Islington to Croydon) Lines. Buses travelling to Canada Water: 1, 47, 188, 199, 225, 381, 395, P12, C10.