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This is our main 1420 sq ft. project & exhibition space consisting of mainly hanging wall space and uniquely finished concrete flooring with suspended ceiling…
The Tunnel is an additional 237.45 square feet corridor display space of all walls leading to the Main Exhibition / Project space with uniquely polished…
The Yard is an outdoor space of approximately 1496.18 square feet for parking, assembly or temporary installations may be hosted.
Current / Upcoming Exhibitions
Acts of disruption is an exhibition of eight international artists whom address socio-political issues. The exhibition responds to the idea that engagement, resistance and disruption…
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The Concept Space is pleased to announce the first in the series of talks geared towards practical advise on how to attract the attention of
- 02 Oct
Sándor Szász’s ‘The Dawn After Yesterday’ exhibition opens to public in time for London Frieze Art Fair weekRead more
The long awaited exhibition of works by the award winning Budapest-based Transylvanian artist Sándor Szász has finally opened to the London public just in time.
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What our visitors and artists saying about their experience
Wonderful space – beautifully curated. Lets keep building communities – with artists at the heart!S.Hickson
Fantastic Space and great exhibitionK.Earle
Great Space and fantastic opening. Wonderful what you are doing.J Richards
It is great to have a space like The Concept Space because there are fewer and fewer platforms for artists to show their work effectively.M Baker