Camberwell Space has hosted a range of artists, designers and illustrators over the years. Explore our past exhibitions and if you are interested in finding out about forthcoming events sign up to our mailing list.
Exhibition that proposes photographs are shaped through a multitude of processes beyond the conventional static viewing.
Exhibition presenting contemporary artworks that explore the power and economy of language to explain, coerce and subvert.
Exhibition of paintings and other works by David Troostwyk. Curated by Daniel Sturgis.
Process to performance. Members of the public are invited to form an audience for these workshops involving fine art students from Camberwell, which reveal the process of making a performance.
This exhibition is one part of a College-wide project led by Geoff Coupland (aka ZEEL) that explores the life and themes of the work of artist, illustrator and poet David Jones.
Exhibition exploring the history and current use of the Camberwell ILEA Collection.
Exhibition of new work by Rosie Grace Ward, recipient of the 2017 Vanguard Court Studio Prize.
Group exhibition displaying new and recent work by 4 Camberwell College of Arts fine art alumni.
Ideas, conversations and new approaches to the language used around and within making practices. Curated by Maiko Tsutsumi.
Selected by Hew Locke, artist Faisal Abdu'Allah collaborates with the local community in and around Camberwell College of Arts.
Exhibition surveying the practice and teaching of drawing at Camberwell College of Arts.
Solo exhibition of new work by BA Painting alumna Billy Crosby. 2016 Vanguard Court Prize winner.
Work and sketchbooks of Fauzia Akbar, a Camberwell College of Arts BA Drawing student.
Exhibition of the University of the Arts London Photography Research Forum. Curated by Anne Williams and Duncan Wooldridge.
Group exhibition showcasing systems based work. Curated by Laurence Noga, in collaboration with Saturation Point.
Exhibition of new work by Camberwell BA Drawing alumna Queenie Clarke. Winner of the 2015 Vanguard Prize Studio Award.
A multi-disciplinary project comprising live events, an exhibition and publication. Curated by Marios Stamatis and James Edgar.
Exhibition celebrating the life and work of artist and Camberwell BA Photography alumna Isabella Pitisci.
Solo show of new work and curatorial project by Camberwell BA Sculpture alumnua Alexander Devereux. 2014 Vanguard Prize winner.
Exhibition looking at intentional forms of nonsense within the visual arts.
Exploring the relationship between brush marks and painting. Featuring Masahiro Suda, Masaki Yada, Houran Yokoyama and Andrzej Zieliński.
Exploring re-making through fixing, repairing and mending. Curated by Bridget Harvey, Michael Hurley, Karen Richmond and Maiko Tsutsumi.
Practitioners spanning areas of architecture, visual art, sound art and choreography respond to a specific space.
Print exhibition exploring geography, the geo-graphical, natural histories and landscapes.
Project exploring ideas around the gallery as studio space. Featuring A Practice For Everyday Life, Fraser Muggeridge and Peter Nencini.
Exhibition exploring the different ways in which America is viewed and thought of by non-Americans.
Exhibition looking into potential of what might be considered a sculptural practice.
The Great Pretender exhibition at Camberwell Space, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Objects selected from the Camberwell Collection. Curated by Maiko Tsutsumi.
In this group exhibition the concept of underground delineates situations or moments.
Exhibition taking its starting point as Olympia, Leni Riefenstahl’s film of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. Curated by Fieldgate Gallery.
Debut solo exhibition of Le Fil. The artist, performer and winner of the 2011 Vanguard Prize.
Camberwell Space exhibition based around the Olympic Flame and the associations of fire.
Exhibition inviting artists to provide instructions for works to be produced in not more than 2 hours by hired hands.