Here today gone tomorrow

Five artists have been invited by Erika Winstone to exhibit together at the Cello Factory over a three-day period. Each woman brings a complex creative process to the equation that will be played out as the work is installed, exhibited and performed.

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Sweep~Landskip

Sweep~Landskip, an exhibition in Norway of international artists whose works use landscape as a concept.

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Good and Bad Government

An exhibition of paintings, prints and sculptures by Frank Creber | Timothy Hyman | Michael Johnson | Andrea McLean | Victoria Rance 

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Equinox

A small group exhibition by the Royal Watercolour Society celebrating the start of spring curated by Julie Held and showing 4 London Group members.

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Down From London

Linden Hall Studio in Deal, Kent is a superb two-floored open space for this group exhibition on until the 25th Feb.

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Another Place

Photographs of the self-built architecture of Trench Town, Jamaica by Charlotte C. Mortensson.

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The Open 2017

The UK’s longest-running and most prestigious artists’ collective is delighted to announce its 83rd Open Exhibition.

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The Mesh

A small group exhibition by The London Group at the Watermans Art Centre New Media Gallery focusing on ideas of digital art.

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Personal Relations

International miniature portrait exhibition curated by hARTslane’s Cristiana Bottigella and London Group member Tisna Westerhof, which toured Europe in 2016/17.

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Annual Exhibition 2016

The London Group is the UK’s longest running and most prestigious artists’ collective. For over one hundred years there have been yearly exhibitions and you are warmly welcomed to this year’s show.

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Combines

Combines is a small Group Exhibition curated by Mark Dickens inspired by the innovative combination artworks of Robert Rauschenberg and others in the 50s and 60s.

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Open Exhibition 2015

The London Group held its 82nd Open in 2015 with cash and material prizes worth over £5,000. Submission was made online for the first time and hundreds of artists applied and 71 got to exhibit their work alongside the Group’s members.

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Bridge

A Small Group Exhibition by eleven members of The London Group.

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Wall Talk by Maya Ramsay

The London Group Solo Show Award winner Maya Ramsay will be exhibiting surfaces lifted from historically and politically significant buildings. Alongside her collaborative exhibition Station X: documenting the derelict buildings of Bletchley Park.

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On London

Members of the group reflecting on London which is where most of them live and make art. The show also celebrates the 100th anniversary of the first ever London Group show which opened on the 5th of March 1914 at the Goupil Gallery.

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+100 The London Group Today

On 15 November 1913 Jacob Epstein coined the name for The London Group, Britain’s longest running artists’ group. A hundred years later to the day, +100 The London Group Today opens in the capital, a unique exhibition that connects Britain’s leading contemporary artists to their historical counterparts.

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Centenary Open Exhibition 2013

The Centenary Open included artists from all over the world who submitted work and in all media, from painting to digital art. This year the guest selectors who headed the selection committee were Jane England (Director England & Co), Bruce McLean (Artist) and Nicholas Usherwood (Critic).

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The London Group at 100

The London Group is delighted to be working with the National Trust at Mottisfont during its centenary year. Mottisfont House exhibits, and has listed within its catalogue, eighteen major works by artists who have been members of The Group.

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Annual Exhibition 2012

The yearly exhibition of members’ recent work, coupled with a ‘virtual show’ of projected images of additional work, giving a broader impression of the members’ ouvres.

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On My Behalf

Devised by Group members Amanda Loomes and Ian Parker, the 27 self-portraits in this exhibition embraced the full complexity of self-portraiture and reflected the breadth of work currently within The London Group.

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