Gone Tomorrow Gallery
22/27 The Oval
The Gone Tomorrow Gallery was founded in 2001 as a nomadic gallery - putting on exhibitions in various locations. In 2005, the gallery moved to a permanent location at the Oval in London's East End. The space brought together artists from Goldsmiths, Royal College, Royal Academy and University of the Arts – creating affordable studios and a creative environment for working and exhibiting.
The venue also houses a fine art print studio with the largest silk-screen press in London.
The space aims to promote artistic practice and encourage dialogue between artists - acting as a springboard for future developments. In particular, the gallery will showcase young and emerging artists who are at the start of
The Gone Tomorrow Gallery and studios are an artist run, not-for-profit space.