Pump House Gallery

Red brick building with arched windows next to and reflected in a lake.
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Pump House Gallery is a public artspace on the lakeside in Battersea Park, offering a unique venue for experiencing the contemporary visual arts. In a beautiful park setting the Victorian listed tower building dates from 1861 in which we offer an exciting programme of exhibitions with events, workshops and talks.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Heritage site, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Wednesday - Sunday: 11am - 5pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday and during exhibition installation.

Admission charges

free admission

Getting there

Pump House Gallery is located on the lakeside in Battersea Park, a five minute stroll from park entrances.
Buses: 19, 44, 49, 137, 239, 319, 344, 345
Train: Battersea Park or Queenstown Road
Tube: Sloane Square
Car: There are three pay and display car parks in Battersea Park. They are situated at Albert Gate, Chelsea Gate and Rosery Gate.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Sally Troughton, Pyramids of Giza -Ancient Egypt, 2016. Image courtesy the artist

SALLY TROUGHTON

  • 4 August — 25 September 2016 *on now

Alongside an installation in the park by Samara Scott Pump House Gallery is pleased to present the first solo presentation in a UK institution by London-based artist Sally Troughton. Troughton’s work is rooted in notions of archaeological placemaking, manifesting through sculpture, media and textile fabrics. Using natural, industrial and domestic materials, Troughton takes on how we position ourselves in a world that invariably shifts across digital and analogue zones.

Preview: 3 August, 6.30-8.30pm. All welcome, free entry.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

No

Website

http://pumphousegallery.org.uk/

Samara Scott, Skills, 2015. Image courtesy Eastside Projects, Birmingham

SAMARA SCOTT

  • 4 August — 25 September 2016 *on now

Combining the rich industrial history of the area with the tradition of outdoor works of art in the park, the work has evolved from a period of testing, experimenting and reworking materials that are changed by time and the natural environment.

Samara Scott uses materials that mix the bodily with the industrial or chemical which create confused reactions of both familiarity and disgust. Her work has an intimacy and repulsion that is tied up within the body, which combined with such familiar everyday materials, has a sense of place rooted in contemporary

Preview: 3 August, 6.30-8.30pm. All welcome, free entry.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

No

Website

http://pumphousegallery.org.uk/

Getting there

Pump House Gallery is located on the lakeside in Battersea Park, a five minute stroll from park entrances.
Buses: 19, 44, 49, 137, 239, 319, 344, 345
Train: Battersea Park or Queenstown Road
Tube: Sloane Square
Car: There are three pay and display car parks in Battersea Park. They are situated at Albert Gate, Chelsea Gate and Rosery Gate.

Pump House Gallery
Battersea Park
London
Greater London
SW11 4NJ
England

Website

www.pumphousegallery.org.uk

E-mail

info@pumphousegallery.org.uk

Telephone

020 8871 7572

Fax

020 7228 9062

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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