October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AL Tel: + 44 (0)20 7242 7367 Fax: + 44 (0)20 7405 1851

 

This Autumn term and over Black History Month in October the October Gallery presents a Group exhibition of artists from Africa and its Diaspora. The show will include painting, sculpture and photography drawing upon themes of place, identity and human experience. The...

This Summer we are celebrating the 85th birthday of Ablade Glover with an exhibition of his colourful paintings all from his hometown Accra in Ghana, west Africa.

Come and join abstract painter and artist educator Esther Adesigbin for an exciting workshop at the end of...

This will be her first solo exhibition at October Gallery. Using a mixture of found and made objects LR Vandy's work aims to make new meaning from seemingly unrelated mediums forced together.

We will explore her new works and create collaborative sculptures and individu...

Come and celebrate with us at October Gallery the Spring!

Founded in 1979, the October Gallery is now 40 years old and this group exhibition is a celebration of many of the artists from all around the world who have worked with us over the years. Come and see explore th...

Africa’s most famous contemporary artist is back at October Gallery for Spring with more of his iconic metal tapestries and beautiful prints.

Workshops will be exploring materials and their changing states as we consider the impact of global warming.

Curriculum links: S...

With the New Year, we are taking a moment to think about well-being in workshops inspired by Asian artists in the new exhibition at October Gallery; Present Moment.

Join artist Cesca Centioni-Dene for activities that explore stillness, health and happiness through move...

January 4, 2019

Chinese artist Tian Wei's exhibition has been an exciting mix of large scale vibrant colour and language; but not as you know it. 

Wei was born in Xi’an, the once imperial capital known for its Terra-Cotta Army, he left China for Hawaii to pursue a career in the arts in...

January 4, 2019

For Black History Month we were inspired by Guyanaese artist Aubrey Williams' exhibition. His abstract expressionist paintings draw on so many influences from his rich and varied lifestyle, spanning from the Carib

bean, to South America to the UK. With artist Esther Ade...

Our final exhibition of the academic year will by well-renowned Algerian artist Rachid Koraichi who works in many mediums and has had his work displayed all around the world, including MOMA, Venice Biennale and the British Museum.

His work is influenced by an abiding fa...

This Summer we are lucky enough to have a new series of paintings by the Congolese young artist Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga.

We will explore the works in the gallery together and delve a little deeper into the meanings behind these extraordinary works and then we will be influ...

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