Bermondsey Project Space is a not-for-profit creative platform to encourage personal development through the visual arts, supporting the fusion of art, photography, film and culture. The Gallery comprises three floors of exhibition space, including a dedicated screening room, located on one of the most vibrant destination streets in London, in the shadow of the Shard, adjacent to White Cube and close to Borough Market and Tate Modern.
BPS hosts an exhibition programme spanning painting, photography, installation, sound and moving image, complimented by performances of poetry, spoken word, dance and music. Solo projects with national and international artists sit alongside curated group exhibitions, collaborations with charities and collectives, and outreach work with local education groups. Emerging talent is also supported through partnerships with Goldsmiths, UAL and UCA.
Recent projects have included ‘Build Love, Not Walls’ in collaboration SHADO, supporting LGBTQI+ and refugee charities, an art prize with environmental campaigners Sustainability First, and photography workshops with local students as part of the London Festival of Architecture.