Jerwood Visual Arts
Jerwood Visual Arts
171 Union Street
020 7654 0171
020 7654 0172
Jerwood Visual Arts (JVA) is a contemporary gallery programme of awards, exhibitions and events at Jerwood Space, London and on tour nationally. Jerwood Visual Arts showcases and supports the work of talented emerging artists across the disciplines of drawing, painting, sculpture, applied arts, photography and moving image. It also aims to make connections and provoke conversations within and across the different disciplines. JVA is a major initiative of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation.
JVA launched at the Frieze Art Fair in 2006 and brought together for the first time the Jerwood Charitable Foundation’s numerous visual arts projects. Today JVA makes up a third of the Charitable Foundation’s activity and revenue.
The current exhibition programme is comprised of our annual touring exhibitions Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Painting Fellowships and Jerwood Makers Open, all of which are open submission, Jerwood Encounters, our series of one-off, curated exhibitions that do not currently tour and the Jerwood/ Film and Video Umbrella Awards, a nominated commissioning programme for moving image artists.
Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am - 3pm
The striking 2,600 sq-ft exhibition space is home to Jerwood Visual Arts (JVA).
The JVA programme is complemented by a showcase of new work in the Café Project Space, wall installations in the Courtyard and on the frontage, and sculptures in the garden and overlooking the Glasshouse.
Jerwood Encounters: 'Suspicion'
- 5 November — 7 December 2014 *on now
NATHAN CASH DAVIDSON/ STEPHEN CHAMBERS RA/ DAN COOMBS/ SIMON LINKE/ GAVIN LOCKHEART/ KATE LYDDON/ DARREN MARSHALL/ DAMIEN MEADE/ BENJAMIN SENIOR/ GERALDINE SWAYNE/ NEAL TAIT/ COVADONGA VALDES/ FREYJA WRIGHT
Acclaimed British artist, Dan Coombs curates 'Suspicion', the next exhibition in the Jerwood Encounters series featuring the work of 13 inspiring painters who integrate narrative into the formal structure of their painting.
- Any age