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Saturday, 22 July 2017

10.00 Richard Miller: A Portrait of Southwark and Bermondsey

Winner of the National Portrait Gallery’s 2016 South of the River photo competition, Richard’s recent works observe people and places in and around Southwark and Bermondsey at a time of phenomenal change.

"I try to acknowledge the area’s rich history, capture a flavour of people living here and now and also pose the question, ‘What will people think of us 100 years from now?"

Monday, 31 July 2017

08.00 Romana Southwark - A Glimpse into the Past

Exhibition in Lancelot's Link. In partnership with the Cuming Museum and on display for the first time at the Cathedral, this collection of Roman sculptures and carved stones were discovered in 1977 when a sealed crypt located below the Cathedral choir was excavated. Dating from the 1st - 3rd Century AD many of the objects have an association with funerary practices and include a funerary ash-chest and votive altar.

Saturday, 2 September 2017

10.00 Caro Rathbone - An exhibition of paintings

Caro Rathbone’s paintings are largely abstract although sometimes with representational elements. Using oils, watercolour, gouache and mixed media as seems appropriate, she aims to reflect the joys and tribulations of life in her work. Aged 19, Caro was awarded a scholarship to study painting at the Royal Academy Schools. Over the years, she has shown and sold her work in both shared and one woman exhibitions. Caro is giving all proceeds from sales from this exhibition to Southwark Cathedral where, nearly seven years ago, she was married to Bill Rathbone.

Monday, 2 October 2017

10.00 Jim Grover - Of things not seen

Of things not seen is a photo-essay by the award-winning photographer Jim Grover which tells the story of a year of ministry by the Reverend Kit Gunasekera, a Church of England priest in Clapham, South London. Originally presented at the Oxo Gallery on London’s Southbank, the exhibition attracting 7,400 visitors and extensive media coverage. It is currently touring various venues in the UK. More information: ofthingsnotseen.com

Saturday, 28 October 2017

10.00 Chico Mentor - An exhibition of paintings

Chico paints in oil and acrylics on canvas aiming for a naive, playful and happy expression with dynamic colours and shapes. Predominating colours are fire red, yellow and green melting together in visual explosions that travel to the subconscious of the audience. Chico’s subject are the people in London and Latin America, their customs and their religion represented by the sacred symbols of the two cultures.