Exhibitions

The Foundry offers state of the art meeting spaces and facilities which are ideal for exhibitions. Here you will find details of all exhibitions which are currently on display.

 
 
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Tipping Point

Curated by David Crawforth

David Crawforth | Yvonne Feng | Richard Hards | Minna Haukka and Paulina Pukyte | Nina Mangalanayagam

What defines the ‘post-truth’, present moment?

Uncertainty, global awareness, fear of the future, distrust and retreat… a tendency for birds of a feather to flock together?

The artworks in this exhibition at London’s new centre for social justice, The Foundry, bring a special awarenes of the times we inhabit, drawing attention to complex relationships in the way that art has the unique ability to do.

Where:

The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London SE11 5RR

When:

Monday-Friday 10-5pm 23 March – 12 May 2017

Opening with the artists:

Wednesday 5 April 6-8pm

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Equalities Work is the new charity based at The Foundry to engage the public through joint working between campaigning, advocacy, education, advice and arts organisations. Equalities Work has linked with neighbouring arts charity Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall, an arts organisation established in 1994 for the development and presentation of contemporary art.

This is the third exhibition curated by Beaconsfield especially for the context of The Foundry: a place for change. Previous exhibitions have been:

The Migrant Experience: the people of Lebara.

In collaboration with Lebara and Artgym.

23 September – 29 January 2016

On the Wire: Jules Clarke, Ben Cockett, Mathew Gibson, John Timberlake, Caroline Todd, Thomas Yeomans.

22 April - 26 June 2015

 

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