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9–10 June 2018

9–10 June 2018

South London Gallery NEW

South London Gallery
(Photo: South London Gallery garden by Gabriel Orozco, 2017
(c) Gabriel Orozco. Photo: Andy Stagg)
Visitor Information
Open

Saturday 11:00–18:00
Sunday 11:00–18:00

Activities

The South London Gallery has an onsite café, The Habit, which serves hot and cold drinks, brunch, lunch and cakes: prices and menus are available on their website. Visitors are also welcome to bring their own refreshments or picnic into the Orozco Garden. Every week we run Sunday Spot, 2-4pm, a free family drop-in art workshop for children and families in the SLG Clore Studio and Orozco Garden. In the gallery spaces there will be a free exhibition open to all visitors. Gifts, books and souvenirs can be purchased from the gallery bookshop.

Entrance (Sells Tickets)

65 Peckham Road, South London Gallery main entrance.
Nearest postcode: SE5 8UH

Buses

12, 36, 171, 343, 345 and 436

Station

Peckham Rye Overgound

Toilets

Disabled toilet on site

Access

There is level access to the Orozco Garden through the gallery and around the garden itself. There is an accessible toilet with baby changing facilities close to the garden. Large print information on the garden is available.

Dogs

Working assistance dogs only

The Garden

The Orozco Garden at the South London Gallery was created by internationally acclaimed Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco, with support from 6a architects and horticulturists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Orozco had never before designed a garden, but embraced the challenge, transforming an inaccessible paved area into a unique sculptural work. A geometry of intertwining circles, intricately outlined in brick dimensioned York stone, subtly maps a series of discreet spaces or notional rooms. An important feature is a planted walkway providing direct access for residents of Sceaux Gardens housing estate, where the SLG has run art programmes for many years.

Visitor Information
Open

Saturday 11:00–18:00
Sunday 11:00–18:00

Activities

The South London Gallery has an onsite café, The Habit, which serves hot and cold drinks, brunch, lunch and cakes: prices and menus are available on their website. Visitors are also welcome to bring their own refreshments or picnic into the Orozco Garden. Every week we run Sunday Spot, 2-4pm, a free family drop-in art workshop for children and families in the SLG Clore Studio and Orozco Garden. In the gallery spaces there will be a free exhibition open to all visitors. Gifts, books and souvenirs can be purchased from the gallery bookshop.

Entrance (Sells Tickets)

65 Peckham Road, South London Gallery main entrance.
Nearest postcode: SE5 8UH

Buses

12, 36, 171, 343, 345 and 436

Station

Peckham Rye Overgound

Toilets

Disabled toilet on site

Access

There is level access to the Orozco Garden through the gallery and around the garden itself. There is an accessible toilet with baby changing facilities close to the garden. Large print information on the garden is available.

Dogs

Working assistance dogs only

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