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The London Group 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; The London Group Members' Annual Exhibition will be held once again at the wonderful Cello Factory this Autumn.

"The London Group's mission statement is to advance public awareness of contemporary art and the Group is seriously committed to offering artists the opportunity for showing, nurturing and supporting the development of the art of the future." (Susan Haire - President).

In recognition of today's increasingly diversified art scene, the exhibition will feature works in a large range of mediums, including painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography, digital, mixed media, installation, and video.

12th - 21st October
The Cello Factory
33-34 Cornwall Road
London SE1 8TJ

Open daily 2 - 6pm

The Principle of Sufficient Irritation, The London Group Open Prize Exhibition

Cadi Froehlich, Martin Heron and Darren Nisbett

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A new exhibition at London's Cello Factory this November will engage anyone fascinated by anomalies in the built environment, and the possibilities inherent in discarded industrial materials. The exhibtion brings together the work of three artists who were winners at last year's Open. Two of them went on to join the group this year. All three artists transform discarded metals, reclaimed materials, and demolished places, re-animating them with new narratives and personalities. The exhibition is titled after a Philip K. Dick short story.

4th - 10th November
The Cello Factory
33-34 Cornwall Road
London SE1 8TJ

Open 4th November 12 8pm, then 12 6pm daily
Artists' Talks 10th November 6.30 - 8.30pm

Newsletter Autumn 2016

The latest London Group Newsletter can be read here.

Featuring articles on the recent Salons and Film nights and exhibition reviews. Eric Fong picks apart his latest forensic works and David Wiseman looks back in the first of a new series 'Memories of Art College'. There's also news of upcoming London group exhibitions including the the Award Winner's show provocatively titled 'The Principle of Sufficient Irritation'.

Thanks to Annie Johns and Susan Skingle for all their hard work producing this newsletter and to Nicola Schauerman for her technical assistance.