About Nunnery Gallery
Nunnery Gallery is a unique building on the ground floor of a former 19th century convent, surrounded by Bow Arts studios. Presenting a diverse gallery programme, exhibitions aim to appeal to a wide audience with a particular focus on site-responsive work and works that explore the history and themes of the local area. Events accompany all shows, including panels, workshops and film screenings, creating debate and discussion around art in the community,
20 Prints for 20 years
To mark the end of Bow Arts’ 20th year, the Nunnery Gallery is proud to announce 20 Prints for 20 Years, a limited edition series of prints from Bow Studio Artists.
All prints will be on exhibition from 9 December in Carmelite Café and can be ordered unframed / framed in the gallery or online by calling 020 8980 7774 (Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm) or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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The current exhbition is Mariele Neudecker - Plastic Vanitas. From Friday 15th January to Sunday 27th March.
Plastic Vanitas is a new series of photographic works by Mariele Neudecker. Developed as part of a residency at Museum of Design in Plastics and Arts University Bournemouth, Neudecker re-presents the collection as vanitas still lifes, creating new contexts and beginning new narratives.
This year's programme has been made possible with kind support from our sponsors Images In Frames.