One of London's more idyllic art spaces, Pump House Gallery is set in the lush Battersea Park in a converted 1861 building that originally supplied water to the park's lakes. Up to six exhibitions a year range from photography to performance, and shows regularly spill out beyond the confines of the gallery walls. Though originally known for showcasing local art talent, Pump House was taken over by new management in 1999 and has since worked hard to establish the space as an important contemporary gallery.
Pump House Gallery
|Venue name:||Pump House Gallery||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun 11am-4pm|
|Transport:||Tube: Sloane Square; then 137 bus over Chelsea Bridge; Rail: Battersea Park|
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What is Home?
As part of the Shubbak Festival, this group exhibition of Arabian artists examines how the concept of ‘home’ is formed. Within the gallery’s quasi-domestic setting, a sense of place is addressed by exploring the relationships we have to architecture and...Until Sunday August 9 2015 FreeRead more
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Sunday Socials: What is Home?
These drop-in sessions are hands-on, family friendly workshops for all ages. Each event takes a theme from the Pump House Gallery’s exhibition ‘What is Home?’ and activities range from sculpture to printing.Classes and workshops Sunday August 2 2015 - Sunday August 9 2015 FreeRead more
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Family Workshops with Wandsworth Museum
Pump House Gallery have teamed up with Wandsworth Museum for two days of investigating the area's inventive past. Little ones can explore the industries that thrived nearby through arts and crafts activities and creative challenges. The workshops are...Tuesday August 4 2015 - Wednesday August 5 2015 FreeRead more