South London Gallery

South London Gallery
65 Peckham Road
Greater London





020 7703 6120

Recorded information line

020 7703 9799


020 7252 4730

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South London Gallery Building
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Described as 'a mecca for the art pilgrim' by The Independent, the South London Gallery is one of the foremost contemporary art spaces in Britain. Artists shown at the Gallery have included Tracey Emin, Gilbert & George, Gavin Turk, Marc Quinn, Barbara Kruger, Christian Boltanski, Keith Tyson, Saskia Olde Wolbers and Steve McQueen.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Tues-Sun 12.00-18.00. Closed Mondays.

Admission charges

Free admission

Additional info

The South London Gallery re-opens following a building project to improve physical access to the Gallery, provide an education space and reading lounge, and refurbish our main exhibition gallery. The Gallery opening times are Tuesday to Sunday, 12pm - 6pm.

Collection details

Decorative and Applied Art, Film and Media, Fine Art, Performing Arts

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Invisible Hours

  • 27 November 2014 — 18 January 2015 *on now

The Art Assassins and REcreative Editorial Board have been invited to take over the first floor galleries, conceiving and curating their own exhibition, Invisible Hours.

An alternative archive room developed by the REcreative Editorial Board will illustrate and document the key themes behind their past projects, whilst exploring the future plans for the young people’s programme. A limited edition cassette, filmed interviews with art world experts, clips from live radio broadcasts and DIY video games are just some of the projects that will be displayed in the archive.

The second gallery is a workshop and printing room where the Art Assassins will be experimenting with creating their own branded merchandise. T-shirts, bags, wallpaper and trainers will be designed and produced throughout the show, transforming the gallery space over course of the exhibition.