A BIPOC led space with a mission to bridge social and cultural gaps within the field of contemporary art, by working with and providing resources for under-represented artists. We operate across several sites in London, with our focused programme in Harlesden.



CONTACT
︎ Email
︎ Instagram
︎ Facebook


OFFSITE PROJECTS
ARCHIVE
HARLESDEN HIGH SCHOOL
RESIDENCIES
ARTISTS
ABOUT


Exhibitions organised in galleries and institutions outside of the main space, but are still part of the gallery’s canon, we started as a nomadic space in 2017 but have since been giving out spaces for curators and artists to use as well being offered space separately by some very kind souls.
Karma exists




Imagining Otherwise
hosted by D Contemporary in Partnership with The Who Gallery
23 May - 6 June 2022

Jamiu Agboke
Paulette Coke
Ruby Dickson
Rayvenn D'Clark
Mattia Guarnera
Christina Kimeze
Aaron Kudi
Bernice Mulenga



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




To Self Exile
hosted by Plataforma 2

Curated by Ludovica Penelope Bulcioulu
'To self exile' is the second chapter of Amir Dehghan ongoing research, attempting to bridge the gap between his study of Iranian authoritarian violence and the effects self-exile is having on his identity.

7 - 29 May 2022

Amir Dehghan


Warm Vessels in Search of Sunset
Internal energies exist within every object and body; ones we create and ones we seek out. They flow, they move, constantly changing shape and turning into something else. Energies shift into artefacts of human expression, appearing as tools, sculptures, songs and talismans of information.
15 Oct - 15 Dec 2021
Jaffar Aly, Rebecca Bellantoni, Mandy Franca, Nour Jaouda, Adam & Zack Khalil, Emily Moore, Joshua Myszczynski, Issi Nanabeyin, Sena Tabea Nehme, Femi Oshodi, Benjamin Salmon and TaliaBle




Heat
Hosted by Sadie Coles HQ
‘A cold world that’s why we hold heat’

8 - 28 OCT 2021

Emmanuel Awuni & KO___OL



Porta Sancta 
with Underground Flower
Working in the peripheral storage room of a former department store, Lim and Harris draw upon their individual research scholarships in Florence to renegotiate symbol and space.


JAN - MARCH 2021

Hannah Lim
Hugo Harris



TECTONIC INCANTATIONS

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

Ayesha Tan-Jones




TUTORIAL: 命运画
with Underground Flower


TUTORIAL is a self-paced learning exercise in making a statement for an unknown future. Here, art acts as a speculative potential, an affirmation of alternative and sustained states of coexisting.



OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2020

ChillChill, Gondris Cavel, Kludde, Pure Ever, CorpseSimulacrum fka PrsntPrsnt,  Stach Szumski, Underground Flower

Hosted by Bsmnt Gallery
Curated byMarian Luft, Gözde Filinta & Ronny Szillo





EDEN
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.





SOLO SHOW CHAPTER 4:
RATHER BE YOUR LOVER
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



SEMELPAROUS
with Julia Greenway
Joey Holder presents Semelparous, a site-specific installation. Through decimated research of the European Eels complex migration, reproduction, and biological makeup, Holder examines the irreplicable forces of the natural world.
FEBRUARY - MARCH 2020

Joey Holder


BAITBALL 01
with Like a Little Disaster
Baitball Vol. 1 is the first in a series of projects hosted by Like a Little Disaster.  Artists were chosen to fit within a remit of collaboration and engagement with the aquatic surroundings of Polignano a Mare where the project took place place.


JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2020

Finn Carstens , Alessandro Fogo, Neckar Doll, Davide Dicorato', Marco Giordano,  Nicola Gobbetto, Jaana-Kristiina Alakoski, Jens Settergren, Lorenzo Lunghi, Viola Morini, Eva
Vallani, Avery Noyes







NIGHT MARKET VOL 1

Challenging the defined boundaries imposed by mass branding, the bootleg commands a chorus of unauthorized voices which mutate around familiar and established characters and brand. Night Market v.1 presents a collection of such forms - illicit, janked up, unauthorized, and unmeasurably alluring.


APRIL - JUNE 2019

Youada, Jim Feng, Kiki Jiao, Tan Ray Tat, Ala Flora, Mizucat, Simon Hanselmann, Lawrence ‘Raw Dog’ Hubbard, Alex Rathbone, Castell Lanko, Twee Whistler, David Sayre






THE GENERATION OF CHOICE

The cultural output and creative identity of Generation X in 1990s New York is reimagined by a group of American and British artists whose work provokes a romantic view of that period, including street culture, film, video games, and action figures. Hosted by Gern en Regalia.


NOVEMBER 2018 - JANUARY 2019
Hosted at Gern En Regalia, New York

Steve Gee,Joseph McGehee, Mario Miro, Avery Noyes, Asmara Rabier, Guy Oliver







RUMINATIONS OF THE MIDNIGHT STROLL

I too often forget which of my experiences are from dreams and which are from reality... Ruminations brings together works by international artists who explore the dynamics of desire and the imaginary through a variety of mediums and supports.



APRIL - AUGUST 2018

Miro Arva, Alyssa Davis, Nandi Loaf, Olga Polunin, Dominic Rabier and Ivy and Her Son





   

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2017

Joe Cool, Thomas Hamen, Aycesu Duran, Lara Joy Evans and Valentin Rillet






HOTEL 419

Hotel 419 depicts a journey inspired by the complex issues surrounding the definition of success.An array of student and well-established artists gathered to compliment a hotel room, the whole functioning as a single piece, forming a dialogue between generations.


DECEMBER 2016 - JANUARY 2017

David Blandy, Marie-Aimee Fattouche, Ed Fornieles, Madeleine Pledge and Lauren Williamson