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The London Group Open 2015

The London Group, is delighted to announce the call for entries for its 82nd open exhibition. The London Group Open 2015 offers a wonderful opportunity for emerging and established artists to raise their profile, win cash and material prizes worth over £5,000 and exhibit their work to the public alongside the Group’s esteemed members. This year, entries can be made online for the first time, simplifying the application process. Works can be in any medium including painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography, audio, digital, mixed media, installation, video and performance. Successful entrants will see their work hung in one of two exhibitions, staged during October and November 2015 at The Cello Factory.

Click here for more details on how to apply

The London Group Draw II

The London Group Draw II was a fantastic night at The Cello Factory. Over 120 original art works by members and friends of the group were sold raising money to house the 2017 Open exhibition in a single large venue.

For the price of £100 a ticket people left the Cello Factory with a piece of London Group art under their arm. The event raised over £12000. Thanks to the organisers and particularly Gill Ingham for making it such a successful, chaotic and fun night. Everybody seemed happy with their selection even down to the end which goes to show the diversity of work on show. The London Group has something for everyone.

Click here to see the details of the draw and the individual art works.

Photos of the night are on Flickr

Bridge

"Always it is by bridges that we live", from Bridge for the Living, Philip Larkin, Collected Poems, 2003.

A Small Group Exhibition by eleven members of The London Group - works include installation, painting, video and sculpture: Laura Carey, Marenka Gabeler, Aude Hérail Jäger, Samantha Jarman, Amanda Loomes, Charlotte C. Mortensson, Susan Sluglett, Suzan Swale, Tisna Westerhof, Susan Wilson, Erika Winstone.

London is a bridge. It was the lowest point at which the Thames could be bridged. It joins people. It makes connections. Diverse connections. Eleven members of The London Group identify in their work a permanent momentum to cross-reference, reach over to other domains, link and re-orientate.

28 April - 9 May 2015
Open daily 2 - 6pm
Admission Free
The Cello Factory
London, SE1 8TJ