South London Gallery

South London Gallery

Charity information

South London Gallery

The South London Gallery is a locally, nationally and internationally recognised centre for contemporary visual art with an award-winning and innovative education programme.

Founded 1891

  • Mission statement

    Founded in the 1890s by Victorian philanthropists, the SLG is now one of the capital's leading contemporary art institutions and welcomes 140,000 visitors annually.

    The gallery presents contemporary art from across the world by major international figures, mid-career and emerging artists, with an emphasis on those who have rarely or never had a solo exhibition in a London institution.

    Located in the heart of Camberwell and Peckham in south-east London, we deliver extensive arts education and outreach programmes with thousands of children, families and young people from the local area throughout the year.

  • Aims

    South London Gallery aims to:

    • The gallery aims to promote the production and understanding of contemporary art through its programmes of exhibitions, film & performance, artist residencies, education and outreach projects.
    • The gallery aims to present acclaimed British and international contemporary visual art to diverse audience groups in the distinctive and inspiring setting of the gallery and off-site.
  • Overview

    Established: March 1891

    Registered Charity Number: 312160

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 16

    Part time staff: 30

    Phone number: 020 7703 6120

    Address: 65 Peckham Road,London SE5 8UH

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