• 'Cingefoil Arch' by Jack Handscombe. Photo by Jack Handscombe
    'Cingefoil Arch' by Jack Handscombe. Photo by Jack Handscombe

    Please join us at the preview to celebrate the opening of

    Extrusive Thoughts 
    Nathan Anthony
    Ian Jackson
    Jack Handscombe

    Thursday 28th April 2022
    4.00 - 8.00pm

    Light refreshments will be served


  • Artist talk on We Lifted the Earth by Lily German

    Join us for the last day of the exhibition We Lifted the Earth for a free artist talk and tour by one of its artists Lily German.

  • 'Tell us a story...'

    Illustration and animation exhibition coming to Gerald Moore Gallery
    Its huge chambers seemed to extend and spread as far as the eye could see. The Cuckoo who flew backwards. © Gerald Moore, 1977.
    Its huge chambers seemed to extend and spread as far as the eye could see. The Cuckoo who flew backwards. © Gerald Moore, 1977.

     'Tell us a story...' is an exhibition celebrating storytelling through visual means, featuring works from emerging and contemporary illustrators and animators.


    This is the first exhibition focused on illustration and animation that the Gerald Moore Gallery has curated, and each work has been selected by students aged 11-16 from Eltham College, for their ability to spark imagination and delve into other worlds.


    A selection of artists were researched by Curator Ruth Borthwick, to be shortlisted by students at Eltham College, each sent in images and film that responded to the title, ‘Tell us a story...’. and 20 were then invited to exhibit from this selection process.


    Students were asked to consider how each image had a narrative within the work that captured their interest.

  • Coming soon!

    We Lifted the Earth
    Coming soon!

    Private View 8 October, 4pm-8pm 


    Silkscreen Sensations opens Tuesday 27 July, 5pm-8pm
    Marc Jones - Citrus
    Marc Jones - Citrus

    We are so excited to celebrate our new exhibition Silkscreen Sensations with a late opening Tuesday 27 July, 5pm-8pm.


    A Sonsoles Studio members exhibition
    Yukiko Ikehara
    Yukiko Ikehara

    Gerald Moore Gallery is proud to partner with Sonsoles Print Studios, Peckham and present a range of silkscreen prints by its talented members. 


    Silkscreen Sensations 24 July to 28 August 2021

    Open every Tues, Wed, Thurs and Sat 10am-4pm





    New exhibition Muscled Memory by Nathan Anthony 20 May

    We are so excited to be reopening with an exhibition by our Artist in Residence Nathan Anthony on Thursday 20th May from 5pm-8pm. 


    Muscled Memory is a solo exhibition of new work concerned with marks, making and memory in the form of print, sculpture and where they intersect by our current Artist-in-Residence, Nathan Anthony.  
    Nathan started his one-year residency in 2019, however due to the pandemic he has been unable to exhibit until this year, we hope you will join us to celebrate the reopening of the gallery and to celebrate his work. 
    Nathan will be giving tours of his exhibition during the event and drinks will be available to enjoy in the courtyard- weather permitting! All works are available for sale.

    Please use the link to book a ticket for each person attending. 


    Opens to the public Thursday 20 May, 5pm-8pm and every Tuesday 4pm-7pm and Saturday 10am-4pm.


  • New exhibition opening 13 November

    Losing Touch by Alice Hartley, Lily German and Sebastian Sochan
    New exhibition opening 13 November

    We are very excited to bring together artists Alice Hartley, Lily German and Sebastian Sochan for their group show Losing Touch.


    Through sculpture, performance, textiles and print, these artists each investigate materiality and pursue processes that transform the materials that they use. 


    A series of workshops, performance and events exploring different materials and making processes will run alongside the exhibition.


    Booking is essential: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/losing-touch-tickets-124993889087



  • Environmental Crisis Exhibition

    Finalists chosen, exhibition opening soon!
    by Ruth Borthwick
    Hugo Livet, "Dérive" (série), photomontages, dimensions variables, 2018.
    Hugo Livet, "Dérive" (série), photomontages, dimensions variables, 2018.

    We had over 300 entries to our Open Call for the Environmental Crisis Exhibition and have chosen over 60 works from all over the world!


    Young People aged 14-18 who have chosen Science, Art and Geography for GCSE and A-Level judged the entries across two days. We felt it important to have young voices represented by having them help in deciding who to exhibit, as this issue has been youth led and impacts their future the most.


    We are now looking forward to next month when the exhibition opens on 13th February with a drinks reception 4pm-8pm. Please join us.


    As a gallery with learning at its core we are proud to hold this exhibition on such an important topic and would like to give space to raising awareness and understanding the environmental crisis. 

  • Tolerance by Patrick Altes

    We had an amazing opening night of Patrick Altes' new exhibition Tolerance, an exhibition that confronts negative cultural stereotypes and advocates for tolerance and respect in times of angst, division and separatism. 


    The exhibition is made up of over 70 works including paintings, digital prints and installations and is supoported by the Arts Council and U.N. Association. 


    Exhibtion on until 25th January 2020

    Open : Tuesday evenings 4-7pm and Saturdays 10am-4pm

  • Connections: New York Studio School Europe

    Saturday 19 October - Saturday 9 November
    Emily Zuch, American Girl, Oil on board, 2018
    Emily Zuch, American Girl, Oil on board, 2018

    Gerald Moore Gallery presents Connections: New York Studio School Europe the first European alumni exhibition from the prestigious New York Studio School, curated by Karen Wilkin and Mali Morris RA
    The exhibition will showcase works by graduates and former students of the New York Studio School living in Europe. Included will be drawings, paintings, sculpture, installation, performances and video work across two gallery spaces.

    Featured artists: Michael Ajerman, Rebecca Allen, Robert Anderson, Alessia Avellino, Tristan Barlow, Benjy Barnhart, Alla Broeksmit, Françoise Cambilargiu, Beatrice Caracciolo, Broose Dickinson, Denis Farrell, Maia Ibar, Laura Jacobs, Eva Jimenes Cerdanya, Julie Karpodies, Ruth McKerrell, Elena Kolbasina, Elaine Kusmishko, Vanessa Lawrence, Avner Levinson, Nicolai Nickson, Shivani Khoshia, Uta Patinkin, Claudia Piscitelli, Marco Palli, Leah Raab, Joseph Ryan, Ulgen Semerci, Chen Chapira, Asa Schick, Marie Peter Toltz, Lee Tribe, Emily Zuch

  • NOW: New Original Work

    Susan Rocklin, 'Madder Under Everything'
    Susan Rocklin, 'Madder Under Everything'

    'NOW: New Origanal Work' is opening tomorrow!


    We have been installing all week and the Private View is tomorrow evening, Thursday 12th September 4pm-8pm.

    Come join us to meet the artists, celebrate thier work and achievements and for some free drinks!