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Peckham 24: 24 Hours of Contemporary Photography in Peckham across Various Galleries in Peckham

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Time 18:00
Date 19/05/18
Price Free

A 24 hour festival perfect for photography-lovers, 24 Peckham brings together local Peckham artists and art spaces for a series of exhibitions and live events.

Running from: Fri 19 from 18:00 - Sat 20 May from 12:00.

The festival unites a network of local Peckham-based artists, galleries and curators with a shared mission to shine a spotlight on cutting-edge contemporary photographic works made in London and internationally. Peckham 24 is based in the heart of Peckham at Copeland Park and The Bussey Building, as well as across participating gallery and art spaces across Peckham.

Participating spaces

Copeland Gallery
At Home She's A Tourist by Tom Lovelace

With Artists: Emma Bäcklund, Mette Bersang, Julie Boserup, Jonny Briggs, Julie Cockburn, Gabby Laurent & Dominic Bell, Louise Oates, Eva Stenram, Clare Strand, Dominic Till, Tereza Zelenkova

Nicky Hirst

Assembly Point
Obscene Creatures, Resilient Terrains, by Eva Papamargariti and Theo Triantafyllidis

Backroom Gallery
Winner of Peckham 24's Open Call for the Back Room at Holdrons Arcade - Rhianne Clarke

Bosse & Baum
Guru Den, a solo show by Motoko Ishibashi, alongside a screening of the performance by Yuki Kobayashi

A Navigation, a new film work devised and directed by Phoebe Davies and dance artist Nandi Bhebhe

Hannah Barry Gallery
Oliver Griffin

Safehouse 1
Elsewhere - presented by Uncertain States

Seen Fifteen
Beyond Here is Nothing - Laura El-Tantawy

South London Gallery
Immersive environment housing video works by artist Erik van Lieshout and a fusion of sculpture, painting and video from Alicia Reyes McNamara


Saturday 20 May, 2 - 3pm.
Uncertain States
Fiona Yaron Field, a co-founder of Uncertain States talks about its growth and developmentsince its inception in 2010 and how this artist led project has unashamedly embraced the spirit of cooperation, collaboration and partnership over its seven year tenure. Fiona’s talk will also focus on Elsewhere - the current exhibition by Uncertain States at Safehouse 1. Click here for more information.

Saturday 20 May, 1 - 2pm.
Alison Jackson in conversation with Lewis Bush
True Art, Fake News - Alison Jackson in conversation with Lewis Bush. Click here for more information.

Saturday 20 May, 12 - 1pm.
At Home She's A Tourist - In Discussion - David Evans, Tom Lovelace and Gemma Padley
Writers Gemma Padley, David Evans and exhibition curator Tom Lovelace will provide an insight into At Home She's a Tourist. This group exhibition reshapes and reimagines the domestic space as a stage on which common apparatus, surfaces and activities are interrogated by twelve emerging and established contemporary artists. Click here for more information.

Friday 19 May, 8pm - Saturday 20 May, 2am.
Sohrab hura & Hannes d'Hoine Live - Sweet Life and The Lost Head and The Bird
Three special performances of Indian artist and Magnum nominee Sohrab Hura’s Sweet Life and The Lost Head and The Bird will be screened accompanied live by Belgian musician Hannes d’Hoine. Click here for more information.