16 July 2015- 9 August 2015
Hamra Abbas, Manal Al Dowayan, Faten Eldisouky, Walid Elsawi, Hazem Harb, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Ahmed Mater, Amina Menia, Ayman Yossri Daydban
Preview: Wednesday 15 July 6-8.30pm
We all think we have the answer to the question What Is Home? - be it the building, town or country we live in, the people we live with or even the objects we surround ourselves with.
Welcome to the Pump House Gallery home, where the work of a group of Arabian artists with divergent concerns is presented. From gender […]
4 July 2015- 5 July 2015
Cradeaux Alexander, Bea Bonafini, Gloria Ceballos, Jemma Egan, Liz Wilson, Mayra Ganzinotti, Sara Hibbert, Oskar Jakobsen, Melissa Lissy Kime, Jana Koelmel, Anna-Luise Lorenz, Genevieve Lutkin, Hanqing Ma & Mona Yoo, Bláithín Mac Donnell, Gail Mahon, Christina Mamakos, Patricia Mato-Mora, Neza Agnes Momirski, Josefina Nelimarkka, Suzie Norris-Reeves, Guy Oliver, Seth Pimlott, Jan Petýrek & Jelka Kretzschmar, Natalia Nat Skobeeva, Susannah Stark, Marco Strappato, Nils Alix Tabeling, Sara Vrbinc […]
23 April 2015- 31 May 2015
Semiconductor, Lyndall Phelps and Alistair McClymont
3 Branches of the Same Tree is a project and exhibition exploring areas of science that are often difficult to comprehend and how the subject is received in educational settings.
Three artists Semiconductor, Lyndall Phelps and Alistair McClymont have been commissioned by Pump House Gallery to work alongside scientists and local schools to create an exhibition of works to open out scientific knowledge and offer a new way of seeing […]
22 January 2015- 29 March 2015
Preview: Wednesday 21 January, 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Caroline Achaintre, Salvatore Arancio, Vidya Gastaldon, Andy Harper, Ben Rivers, Jack Strange
In Battersea Park, where humans once hunted mammoths on frozen boglands, Pump House Gallery is filled with primitive artefacts and primeval geology. But in fact, everything has been newly made by artists.
Many art works in The First Humans are tongue-in-cheek; others refer to sci-fi.
A boulder by Jack Strange contains videos of an ape, a caveman and an alien. Vidya Gastaldon's drawings suggest dawnings, spawnings and New Age […]
30 October 2014- 14 December 2014
Exhibiting artists: Russell Chater, Brian Cheeswright, Yumi Chung, Susan Connolly, Sarah Cooney, Daisy Delaney, Robin Footitt, Marita Fraser, Abi Freckleton, Tina Jenkins, Nnena Kalu, Hannah Luxton, William Mackrell, Jaya Mansberger, Cara Nahaul, Raksha Patel, Niki Russell, Ellis Sharpe, Lucy Smalley, Joan Sugrue, Guo-Liang Tan, Sarah West, Felice Zhukov
Curated by Hannah Conroy and members from Wandsworth University of the Third Age
Pump House Gallery celebrates its […]
4 September 2014- 12 October 2014
You cannot step twice into the same river is a video and photography exhibition of international artists that explores the history of the River Thames. Through the work of artists Alia Syed, Ellie Ga and Laura Pawela, the exhibition looks at the reliability of documentary forms and devices. You cannot step twice into the same river challenges the notion of truth content amid intersecting narratives, historical and pictorial evidence and […]
26 June 2014- 3 August 2014
Private view: 25th June, 6.30-8.30pm
A participatory project with Katherine Low Settlement featuring work by Linda Hackett Munson
As part of the Katherine Low Settlements 90th birthday celebrations Pump House Gallery presents Faisal Abdu’Allah: A Participatory Project featuring Faisal Abdu’Allah and current and past members of the Battersea charity. The works produced as part of this project are displayed alongside […]
4 June 2014- 15 June 2014
Eleanor Shipman, Yemi Awosile, Amy Pennington, Zoe Burt and students from Westbridge, St George’s, Christ Church CE and Griffin primary schools.
Following on from the success of last years exhibition, Thomas’ School Foundation and Pump House Gallery are pleased to be present Making Places: an art exhibition and competition at the Pump House Gallery. This year’s exhibition investigates how humans have transformed raw materials into shelters and into the world in which we live in now. From caves to primary building blocks of housing and shelter, the exhibition scopes modern […]
26 April 2014- 25 May 2014
A Wandsworth Youth Fashion exhibition
Wandsworth’s young fashionistas participanting in the Youth Fashion Wandsworth project will present their results in this exhibition during the Wandsworth Arts Festival and Fringe.
A group of young people aged 15-19 will be taken on a fashion journey, with the chance to develop their skills in the design and creation of garments.
The young people will submit ideas for garments that will be professionally made up, […]
7 February 2014- 30 March 2014
Private view: 6 February 2014 6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Pump House Gallery is delighted to present At Home, a major touring exhibition by artist Hetain Patel.
At Home will include existing and newly commissioned work by Patel. This exhibition at the Pump House Gallery will mark a shift in the artist’s work, as the result of a new approach by the artist to his way of working. At Home started with the […]
28 November 2013- 22 December 2013
The Pump House Gallery is delighted to hold its first Open exhibition. Curated by six young artists from Action Space London Studio in collaboration with Hannah Conroy, the exhibition will showcase local artists work and will offer an insight into an unconventional approach to curating an Open exhibition.
As a result of an open call, the exhibition will be showing the selected works on the subject of ‘Tradition’ and […]
20 September 2013- 10 November 2013
Artist Jason Taylor works with everyday items or ‘readymades’, and loves tinkering with them to combine, adapt and transform them in to new designs. This exhibition includes over 100 of his ‘Everyday Objects’ displayed in specially designed units, created from wallpaper paste table. It also includes a selection of Taylor’s classic object, his Grate Lights, his Walk Lights and his scrubbing brush seats.
Jason Taylor is […]
4 September 2013- 15 September 2013
Artists of the River Pageant
Now, one year on from the Thames Diamond Jubilee River Pageant and as part of this year’s Mayor’s Thames Festival, more than 50 works of art created at various points along the route, commemorating the biggest event the river has ever seen, will go on display for the first time.
Three years in the making, close to a million people turned out on the banks of the river to […]
17 July 2013
Pupils from St George’s Church of England, Chesterton and Sir James Barrie Primary schools.
From June to July, pupils from local primary schools have been working on a project to introduce the local community to their neighbour-to-be the American Embassy. The Embassy will be moving to Nine Elms in 2017, and ahead of this artist Jasleen Kaur has worked with Sir James Barrie, St George's CE and Chesterton Primary Schools on a project exploring travel, transport and new homes.
This project explores […]
26 June 2013- 30 June 2013
11am – 5pm
Since April, pupils from Westbridge, St George’s, Christ Church CE and Falconbrook primary schools in Battersea have been working with four artists to cover each floor of the Pump House Gallery with individual environments inspired by the borough park. The gallery will be filled with plant pots containing a range of artwork such as painting, sculpture, textiles and word art as part […]
2 May 2013- 19 May 2013
Jacques Nimki and Guardians of Common Knowledge
Working alongside artist Jacques Nimki the Guardians of Common Knowledge, a group of local young people, have been exploring the natural and social heritage of Tooting Bec Common. Through a series of multimedia artworks, this exhibition illustrates their ongoing research into one of London’s most unique green spaces.
Guardians of Common Knowledge are Tejui Parajiea Joe Herley, Jess Gell, Hamza Javaid and Catherine Parkes.
Presented by […]
2 May 2013- 16 June 2013
Alison Milner (artist and curator), Steve Speller (photographer)
We live in a world created by nature but designed by man. Everyday we interact with hundreds of objects, the majority of which we take for granted. Some are inventive and ingenious, some are full of poetry and memories and some seem indispensable but can ultimately be destructive. Curator Alison Milner and photographer Steve Speller encourage you to look a little differently at these everyday objects.
An ongoing self-led workshop space […]
6 February 2013- 7 April 2013
BBKP- Nathan Birchenough, Nicholas Brown, Craig Kao, Savvas Papasavva
Artists group BBKP, Nathan Birchenough, Nicholas Brown, Craig Kao, Savvas Papasavva, present their photography commission exhibition D Eye Y at the Pump House Gallery from the 6 February 2013.
D Eye Y is an animated, imaginative journey exploring non digital photography. Over the past months, Wandsworth based Artist Group BBKP have been working with residents, artists and community groups to experiment with photographic processes and equipment. This exhibition is a celebratory […]
12 September 2012- 25 November 2012
Michael Brennand-Wood, Suresh Dutt, Janice Gunner, Lesley Halliwell, Lucy McMullen, Janette Matthews, Peter Randall Page, Ann Sutton, Laura Thomas
A group exhibition that will explore how mathematical concepts underpin craft techniques and artistic development, in an attempt to demystify a subject that intimidates both adults and children, by showing unique and stimulating works of art. ‘Beauty is the First Test’ will draw together existing and new artworks to invite in-depth consideration of contemporary craft practice in this wider context. Beauty and playfulness will be evident in the exhibits to illustrate what […]
5 July 2012- 8 July 2012
An interdisciplinary project by post-graduate students of the Royal College of Art, London.
This exhibition is the result of an experimental project by students and staff from the Royal College of Art. To a great extent, airports are increasingly dominating our lives - the endless repetition of tensor barriers, check-ins and notice boards, which easily represent our slick, modern age. Together with excessive information and excessive space, this protracted invasion of the world we encounter is described as 'supermodernity'. Five teams from the programmes of Applied […]
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