Gallery open every Sunday 11am to 2pm
About the gallery
A small and intimate unique gallery placed in the heart of the art world of East London. Close to Shoreditch and Brick Lane, it is located off Columbia Road where the Sunday Flower market attracts large numbers of visitors.
SHIPTON STREET GALLERY in E2 is fast developing a reputation for pioneering challenging new work and ‘break-through’ exhibitors.
Gallery open on Sundays 11am to 2pm – 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th July
BUMAGA GALLERY will be holding an exhibition at SHIPTON STREET GALLERY 2nd,3rd,4th and 5th May 2019. Opening night Thursday 2nd May.
An exhibition of paintings by STEVE McCRACKEN & BEATRICE ZAGATO Gallery open 5th December to 30th December 2018 Opening Times Wednesdays 6pm to 9pm Sundays 11am to 2pm
Exhibition preview night THURSDAY 6th SEPTEMBER 7pm Exhibition runs from 9th September to 16th September 2018
Italian artist ANTONIO BRANDIMARTE first time exhibition at Shipton Street Gallery Opening night Thursday 2nd August from 7pm Exhibition will run from Sunday 5th August to Sunday 26th August 2018 Gallery opening times Sundays 11am to 2pm
Artwork exhibition by the Italian artist ANTONIO BRANDIMARTE Opening THURSDAY 2nd August at 7pm. Exhibition will run from Sunday 5th August to Sunday 26th August 2018
“We are like butterflies who flutter for a day and think it is forever”. (Carl Sagan reflecting on the Butterfly Nebula. Multimedia in the truest sense of the word, Nebula is the inaugural exhibition from the Kent based collective Fight Club Contemporary. Utilising photography, collage, painting, drawing, textiles and installation this unique group of artists unite to reflect, investigate and subvert themes around the concept of new beginnings. For Nebula, a journey will be taken through troubled landscapes, the chaotic birth of the solar system, the anxieties and accelerated lost time of facing parenthood for the first time, how birth
MARIE’S exhibition is a collection of photographs of local residents in their homes from the Jesus Green community Bethnal Green.