Cubitt Gallery is part of an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. We promote innovative curatorial practice with an 18-month Bursary, supporting curators at the beginning of their careers.
Cubitt’s recently appointed Curatorial Fellow Louise Shelley will begin a new public programme in the gallery space this October. Responding to the context of Cubitt as an artist-led cooperative structure, the 2018/19 programme proposes a more fluid 15-month schedule of events, commissions, exhibitions and workshops. Over this period, conversations and work with invited artists, designers, […]
To mark the end of the 2017/18 season, Curatorial Fellow Helen Nisbet compiled A Mixtape of music chosen by artists and collaborators involved in her programme. You can listen to it here. Happy summer!
LANDED Danielle Dean and Jeanine Oleson 18 May – 24 June 2018 Wednesday – Sunday, 12-6pm Landed is a two-person show by Danielle Dean and Jeanine Oleson. Showing together for the first time, the exhibition presents a video and installation from each artist: True Red Ruin (Elmina Castle), 2017 by Danielle Dean and […]
In some far off place Many light years in space I’ll wait for you SATURDAY 5 MAY 2018, 5-7PM Readings, performance and screenings on some recurrent themes from the current programme: friendship, solidarity and defiance, thinking especially about relationships – human; animal; planet; technology and what we might do when these end or evolve into […]
Hardeep Pandhal Liar Hydrant Private view: Thursday 22 February, 6.30 – 8.30pm 23 February – 8 April, Wednesday – Sunday, 12-6pm (closed for the Easter holidays: 30 March – 1 April) The exhibition comprises four moving image works and various drawings alongside a sculpture which doubles as a seat. The works span a year’s […]
Join us on the 3rd and 4th February for the Driver’s Seat, a two-day programme of performance, screenings, talks and readings taking inspiration from women writers throughout history, celebrating friendship, collaboration, herstories and defiance. The Driver’s Seat is organised by Cubitt and Glasgow based curators, Panel. Taking place during the centenary year of […]
Join us for a final event to close the exhibition, free and open to all, no booking necessary but please do let us know if you have any access requirements. Please also note the gallery will be closed until 4pm on the day for performance rehearsal.
Flo Brooks Is now a good time? 24 November 2017 – 14 January 2018. Wednesday – Sunday 12 – 6pm Private View – 23 November 2017 For his solo exhibition at Cubitt, Flo Brooks has made a series of paintings which explore the intersections between family, community and place. Made over the […]
Helen Cammock Shouting in Whispers Private View 5 October 6.30 – 8.30pm 6 October – 12 November, Wednesday – Sunday, 12-6pm Shouting in Whispers is a solo exhibition by Helen Cammock. Based on research, found materials and conversations she creates intersectional dialogues that look at individual and collective power, questioning the role of […]
THE LANDSCAPE Josephine Callaghan Sarah Cameron Private View: 24 August 6.30 – 8.30pm 25 August – 24 September, Wednesday – Friday 12 – 6pm Since meeting in Greece the two artists have developed work in parallel. The work in this exhibition exists alongside their conversations, looking at contemporary landscape and […]
Marking the last few days of Affect Bridge Age Regression, Mark Leckey’s solo exhibition at Cubitt, Leckey will be screening his 2016 video Dream English Kid 1964-1999AD and talk about bridges, demons and Google maps. Places are free but limited and booking is essential. Dream English Kid 1964-1999AD. Image courtesy of Tim Bacon […]
Mark Leckey Affect Bridge Age Regression Private View 22 June 6.30 – 8.30pm 23 June – 30 July, Wednesday – Sunday, 12 – 6pm The title of the exhibition Affect Bridge Age Regression refers to a technique used in hypnotherapy to associate recurrent bodily feelings back to its earliest memory – […]