Kings Place Gallery

Kings Place Gallery
Kings Place
90 York Way
London
Greater London
N1 9AG
England

Website

E-mail

kpg@kingsplace.co.uk

Telephone

02075201485

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Kings Place Gallery is a public space with a continuous programme of temporary and touring exhibitions by artists of national and international reputation, as well as less established but promising artists.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm

Admission charges

Free

Kings Place Gallery shows exhibitions by artists of national and international reputation, as well as representing younger, emerging artists.

As well as exhibiting the Ruth Borchard Collection of British self-portraits, the programme will regularly include exhibitions by contemporary Norwegian artists, a group whose recent radical achievements have established audiences worldwide.

Collection details

Photography, Fine Art

Key artists and exhibits

  • Dale Atkinson
  • Ruth Borchard Collection
  • Jane Bown
  • Francis Giacobetti
  • Albert Irvin RA
  • Ian McKeever
  • Ornulf Opdahl
  • Frans Widerberg
  • Nicolaus Widerberg
  • Brita Granstrom
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
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The Lost World of Norman Cornish

  • 28 March — 25 July 2014 *on now

Norman Stansfield Cornish was 65 when he wrote his autobiography. He called it ‘A Slice of Life’ and indeed it was just that although one could say that it was brought into being a little prematurely given that a further three decades of remarkable activity were to follow its publication.

He was born in 1919, one year after the end of the First World War and seven years before the General Strike. Major events, the Depression of the 1930s, World War II, pit disasters, the Nationalisation of the coalmines provided a mere backdrop to his life which was resolutely focused upon his art and his family.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly

Website

http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/galleries/kings-place-gallery/exhibitions/the-lost-world-of-norman-cornish

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