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Tươi Sống!
bringing four UK artists from the Vietnamese diaspora. Using the metaphor of aquariums found in Vietnamese seafood restaurants, the artists immersed themselves in the fishbowl that is the confined space of the gallery, to explore themes of identity and of the simulacrum.
15 July 2024
Hoa Dung Clerget
AP Nguyen
Mihn Lan Tran

Free Cuzzy
a type of language that consists of words and phrases that are regarded as very informal, are more common in speech than writing, and are typically restricted to a particular context or group of people.
8 June - 13 July 2024
Marcus Jefferson

An Ocean of Storms
Inspired by the vast lunar maria known as ‘Oceanus Procellarum’, An Ocean of Storms embodies Harris’ fascination with geological formations.
26 April 2024 - 25 May 2024
Savannah Marie Harris

Who Killed Colin Roach?
Isaac Julien's first film, which reflects upon the death of Colin Roach, a 23 year old who was shot at the entrance of a police station
6 - 26 April 2024
Isaac Julien

Man Like...
Jerome Ince-Mitchell invites C-Dyer to display some historical grime photos he’s taken with an interactive installation by Mitchell
3 Feb - 23 March 2024
Jerome Ince Mitchell

A 3-Channel video installation directed by Akinola Davies Jr
commissioned by Alvaro Barrington
4 Dec 2023 - 28 Jan 2024
Akinola Davies jr.

Frieze, London
Booth H24
Our rendition of The Junior Christian Teaching Bible Lesson Program

Co-curated by Brooke Wilson
11 - 15 Oct 2023
Mattia MacCarthy
Hamed Maiye

with special guest
David Liebe Hart

Link me at the Sound System ‘23

2023 marks 75 years since Lord Kitchener performed ‘London Is the Place for Me’ on the deck of HMT Empire Windrush as over 1,000 Jamaicans arrived in Essex. It also marks 50 years of masquerade bands (mas), food vendors, street stalls and sound systems at Notting Hill Carnival
26 Aug 2023 - 21 Oct 2023

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry
Savannah Marie Harris
Jesse Akele
Paul Anthony Smith
Linett Kamala
PJ Harper
Charlie Phillips
Yenny Daniela Canelo

Charlie, Let’s Go!

A site specific installation by Hilda Kortei
15 July 2023 -
20 Aug 2023

Hilda Kortei


A site specific preservation courtesy of the Lee Scratch Perry Visual Estate at Basel Social Club, Basel
11 - 18 June 2023

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry

Heat Generation

A solo exhibition centred around the acts of self-immolation as the ultimate act of expression of people resentment against the oppression of freedom and democracy

2 - 4 June 2023 (offsite)

5 June - 16 July 2023

Minh Lan Tran

Happy Valley

A vitrine installation by Meitao Qu

1 - 26 May 2023

Meitao Qu

Things To Come

Cross site show in partnership with Sherbet Green

15 Mar - 20 April 2023 (offsite)

20 Mar - 22 April 2023

Laila Majid

Looking into the Shimmer 

Debut solo exhibition by Savannah Marie Harris across two sites

4 - 21 Feb 2023 (offsite)

24 Feb - 18 Mar 2023

Savannah Marie Harris

Pieces of a SCATTSMAN

An archival installation by Emmanuel Shogbolu exploring UK street culture during the mid 2000’s

In partnership with Ridley Road Project Space
23 Jan 2023 - 23 Feb 2023

Emmanuel Shogbolu

Fertility of the Shadow 

A solo exhibition by Hamed Maiye

6 Dec 2022 - 20 Jan 2023

Hamed Maiye

Two Day Sound System

As part of the Dub Inna Babylon series:
Two Day Sound System is a group exhibition reflecting on the cultural and aesthetic legacies of a recent installation by a group of artists in Notting Hill Carnival.

Dub Inna Babylon

A sprawling site specific project for Metroland’s Brent Biennial 2022 in both our main space and in Notting Hill Carnival

In The House of Babylon:
21 July - 11 Sep 2022

Dub Inna Babylon:
27-29 Aug 2022


A site specific project for Liste Art Fair Basel 2022
13 - 19 June 2022

Andre Morgan

Soft Whispers

A site specific project for London Gallery Weekend

14 May - June 2022

Hawazin Al-Otaibi

Cities Entwined
With Paradise Row

Andre Morgan and Joe Cool will present new works to reflect the ever changing landscape of black neighbourhoods and how gentrification and social class effect our every day lives of working class people of colour
14 April - 7 May 2022

Andre Morgan
Joe Cool

Piece of Mind
With Somerset House

The show seeks to unpack how a space once intimate, private and familiar, can become increasingly contested by outside influences, from long working hours and temporary contracts to virtual social currency, warping the divisions between productive and resting times.
1 April - 17 July 2022

Ocean Baulcombe-Toppin
雅 YA
Casandra Burrell Farrah Riley Gray Tyreis Holder KO___OL
Anna Sebastian


CAJU / KASHU / CAYÚ is a site specific installation by Mandy Franca, using a body of work and images of fruits in the form of symbols that are common on parts of the continent of South America and the Caribbean.
4 March - 9 April 2022

Mandy Franca

Rockin’ Locs

A new body of work and site specific installation from Farrah Riley Gray
17 DEC 2021 -
30 JAN 2022

Farrah Riley Gra

Dream Sigil, Stone Portal

A new incarnation of Bones Tan-Jones' presentation from the Shanghai Biennale 2021
4 NOV - 12 DEC 2021

Bones Tan-Jones

Hosted by Sadie Coles HQ
‘A cold world that’s why we hold heat’
8 - 28 OCT 2021

Emmanuel Awuni & KO___OL

Echo Park ‘92

Site specific installation at SWAB Art Fair, Barcelona
7 - 10 OCT 2021

Casandra Burrell, Joe Cool, Mandy El-Sayegh, Noah Haytin, Lawrence Hubbard, Jasmine Monsegue, KO___OL and Linda Nwachukwu

This is For The Jeeps

An Interactive memorial dedicated to the lives of Aaliyah Dana Haughton and Lisa Lefteye Lopes
25 AUGUST - 30 OCT 2021

Amanda Ali, Stacie Ant, Casandra Burrell, Mandy El-Sayegh, Charlita Hall, Lawrence Hubbard, Daniel Jasper-Anum, Melle Ling, Jasmine Monsegue, Goncalo Neto, KO___OL, Eddie Otchere, Kalli Maria Teresa,Ocean Loren Baulcombe-Toppin and Yujia Wang

RedBack Movement

Combining movement theatre, spoken word, art and music it explores the trials, traumas and tribulations we go through as humans. Resulting in a permanent redness on your back. RedBack.

6 - 7 AUGUST 2021

Sekou Diably
Harvey Burke-Hamilton
Maia Browne

Blessings Pon Blessings

A collaborative work that pays homage to Jones’ heritage as a young Black British woman, consisting of an installation, sound piece and musical performances inspired by lyrics from Mr Vegas' song, “I am Blessed.”
2 JULY -
1 AUGUST 2021

Rachel Jones


Hammer is an operation following the stitched tracks of g, the layers of the work tracing back to the importance of Black African oral culture to deep roots of black oral culture juxstaposed with liteature and visual image. Translating the relationship between processed materia paint text
16 APRIL -
6 JUNE 2021

Emmanuel Awuni


The American landscape and automobiles are interpreted through the lens of a Saudi-American artist incorporating photography, installation and video into a sprawling project taking place in the main space and surrounding businesses in Harlesden.
13 APRIL 2021

Samar Al Summary


Working in the deactivated pool of offspace Underground Flower Belsize Park Gardens, Tectonic Incantations uses the tools of speculative fiction and queer optimistic dystopia to vision a regenerative future.   
10 DECEMBER 2020 - 14 MARCH 2021

Bones Tan-Jones

your words will be used against us 

A work in process of making and negotiating space. Mandy El-Sayegh will be in residence for two months, working on - and in -  an immersive sounscape installation, bleeding into the street.

1 DECEMBER 2020 -
14 FEBRUARY 2021

Mandy El-Sayegh 


Harlesden Safari Shop Vol 1: Where Do We Go From Here? is an exhibition of an ongoing discussion, exploring the engagement of art away from institutional values and framework. It symbolises a space in which complex conversation can occur.

29 JULY -
17 OCTOBER 2020

Emmanuel Awuni, Clémentine Bedos, Ibiye Camp, Farrah Riley Gray, Randa Asma Osman


This exhibition presents work created by by some of the West Coast rap scenes’ original pioneers, introducing new audiences to the artists who were behind the iconic visual representations of hip hop culture during the early to mid 90’s in the US.

14 DECEMBER 2019 -
MARCH 2020

Ronald ‘Riskie’ Brent 
Henry ‘Hen Dog’ Smith 
Darryl ‘Joe Cool’ Daniels


House of Togetherness brings together four emerging artists who utilise painting or sculpture to play with reality and reshape objects and subject matter. Presented in an offsite setting, the repurposed space questions the concept of designation and reality.

7 MARCH 2020 -
4 MAY 2020

Emmanuel Awuni,Sally Kindleberg,Pascal Sender, Maximilian Siegenbruk

hosted by Sajetta/Like a Little Disaster

Online project

APRIL 2020

Stacie Ant, Clementine Bedos, Neckar Doll, Chloe Feinberg, Sun Woo, Avery Noyes, Ava Phen with the Estate of Glenn Young, Ayesha Tan-Jones and Twee Whistler.

Hosted by Underground Flower/Solo Show

Ongoing online project, forever evolving as relationships blossom and eventually transition

MAY 2020

Ayesha Tan-Jones, Clémentine Bedos, Emmanuel Awuni, Mandy El-Sayegh,
Damian Griffiths,
Giacomo Serpani,
Joshua Hopping,
Randa Asma Osman


Obscure films and shorts by Horace Ove, introduced by Zak Ove, Indra Ove and Charlie Phillips

Horace Ové