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Dorothy Batten

An interview with Dorothy Batten who, as a child, attended the Pioneer Health Centre in Peckham with her family. The interview was conducted by the Art Assassins (the South London Gallery's young people's group) as part of the their proj...

Vivan Sundaram: Map, Monument, Fallen Mortal

Installation photographs of the solo exhibition 'Vivan Sundaram: Map, Monument, Fallen Mortal' which took place at the South London Gallery from 14 January to 20 February 1994. It included sculptures and drawings that were made during Su...

Bad Brains: John Dutton & Peter Snadden

Installation photographs of the exhibition 'Bad Brains: John Dutton & Peter Snadden' which was held at the South London Gallery from 27 January to 26 February 1995. The exhibition displayed over 300 modular silver panel works that to...

January to June Programme

A booklet advertising the South London Gallery's programme from January to June 2001, with information about exhibitions and events including: Barbara Kruger, Bill Woodrow, La Ribot and the SLG charity auction.

Christian Boltanski: private view invitation

An invitation to the private view of the exhibition ‘Christian Boltanski: Les Abonnés du Téléphone' held on 27 March 2002. Also includes details of related talks (given by Sue Hubbard and Christain Boltanski) and the next SLG Live Art series.

FLIXFEST 2006: card

A card promoting FLIXFEST 2006, a free two day film and video festival showing the work of young film and video makers, held at the South London Gallery in January 2006. Run as part of the project, FLIX36 was a challenge to make a film in 36 hours...

Annual report for 1885

Two copies of the annual report for 1885 of the South London Fine Art Gallery. The report includes: the number of visitors; a list of donations of books; a list of works of art lent (or given) to the gallery; receipts; expenditure; subscriptions a...

Peckham Road Fire Station

In 2014 the South London Gallery was given the former Peckham Road Fire Station by an anonymous donor.Built in 1867, one year after the formation of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade, the station was decommissioned in 1925 (a new fire station opened o...

Liz Sibthorpe

An interview with Liz Sibthorpe, conducted by Ben Messih (SLG Heritage Education Manager) about the former Camberwell House Lunatic Asylum. Liz excavated objects from land where the asylum had once been located (part of the grounds of the asylum w...

Reproduction of Portland House

A copy of a reproduction of the outside of Portland House, the house which William Rossiter bought in 1889 and which opened in May 1891 as the South London Fine Art Gallery.

Simon Starling: Djungel

Photographs of the solo exhibition and installation Simon Starling: Djungel that took place at the South London Gallery from 29 January to 16 March 2003.

Ron Haselden: Golden Crescent

Two colour slides showing a 25-foot light installation by Ron Haselden which scaled the façade of the South London Gallery during its brief closure for renovations, from 12 January to 28 February 1993. The installation was constructed from 12 floo...

Depth of Field: Images of Lagos and London

Installation photographs of the group exhibition 'Depth of Field: Images of Lagos and London' which was held at the South London Gallery from 10 March to 8 May 2005. It included works by Kelechi Amadi-Obi, Uchechukwa James-Iroha, Toyosi ...

On Kawara: postcard and bookmark

A postcard and a bookmark advertising ‘On Kawara: Reading One Million Years' a conceptual art work which took place in Trafalgar Square from 29 March to 5 April 2004.

The Introduction of Columbus to the Gods of Olympus

A pamphlet about the painting 'The Introduction of Columbus to the Gods of Olympus' by Caliari (known as Paolo Veronese) which was on loan to the South London Fine Arts Gallery in [August and September] 1893. The work belonged to John Re...

20th Century Original Prints

Catalogue of the exhibition ‘20th Century Original Prints: recent acquisitions’, held at the South London Art Gallery from 14 January to 10 February 1972.

Three Midland Painters

Catalogue of the exhibition 'Three Midland Painters: David Gommon, Jonathan Adams, Ralph Hartley', held at the South London Art Gallery from 2 to 22 January 1966.

SLG 1 (newspaper)

SLG 1 was the first newspaper produced by the SLG. It was mainly dedicated to the exhibition 'Keith Tyson: Supercollider' held at the gallery from 16 January to 17 March 2002. Features specially commissioned pages by Keith Tyson, and inf...

Marc Quinn

Installation photographs of Marc Quinn's solo exhibition which took place at the South London Gallery from 28 January to 8 March 1998. For the show, Quinn created a life-size cast of himself made from ice. The sculpture was enclosed within a...

Exhibition programme, May to August 1997

A leaflet advertising the South London Gallery exhibition programme for May to August 1997. Includes information about the exhibitions Tracey Emin 'I Need Art Like I Need God', 'Some Kind of Heaven', and 'Summer Collection...

Summer Programme, 1999

A booklet advertising the SLG's Summer Programme for 1999, with information about exhibitions and events including: Sean Scully, Non Place Urban Realm, Mimmo Paladino (with Brian Eno), Route 12:36 and Private View/Public Hearing.

John Loftus

An interview conducted by the Art Assassins (the South London Gallery's young people's group) with John Loftus, who was the site manager during the restoration of the former Peckham Road Fire Station. John grew up in Peckham and knows th...

Interview with Liz Sibthorpe, part 1

Part one of an interview with Liz Sibthorpe about her research into Camberwell House Lunatic Asylum, and the objects associated with the asylum which she excavated. Listen to the interview here

Trust Deed

The trust deed, drawn up between the members of the gallery's council and the gallery's trustees, dated 25 May 1891.

"What Makes Me, What Makes You"

Photographs of the solo installation and performance 'What Makes Me, What Makes You' by Derek Ogbourne which took place at the South London Gallery from 27 March to 4 April 1996.The artist built a wall in the gallery to create a private ...

Bill Viola: The Messenger

Photographs of the video installation 'The Messenger' by Bill Viola showed at the South London Gallery from 19 February to 13 March 1997. The video work was originally commissioned by, and displayed at, Durham Cathedral in September 1996...

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