Swiss Cottage Gallery
Swiss Cottage Gallery blooms on a crossroads of historical, artistic and communal engagement. Its location - within an architectural landmark building designed by Sir Basil Spence, renowned for his brilliant Modernist and Brutalist designs - is fitting for many reasons. Basil’s utopian design, created around the idea of airy openness, shows knowledge (the library), art (the gallery) and community (the surrounding area) as entangled concepts through glass dividers and spiraling staircases that connect different areas of the building almost fluidly.

Over the years, the Gallery has set up a rich and varied programme, hosting a mix of (inter)national collaborations, solo-shows and inclusive events.Exhibitions aim to highlight the best of Camden through its incredibly creative local arts community, as well as seeing the Borough through regional and occasionally inter/national eyes.
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Exhibitions: 2017
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Swiss Cottage Gallery: PIVO 2016
Exhibitions: 2016
2016 was an exciting year for Swiss Cottage Gallery. Featuring an international collaboration with PIVO gallery in Brazil, the all-women traveling group show Tall Talles, a highly succesfull edition of Open Open show and an exploratory, locally organized Action Potential show, this year's programme showed diversity, inclusion and guts.
Object Interviews (c) Patrick Hough
Exhibitions: 2015
This year was all about playful investigation, wether it was in photography, performance or video. With highlights such as ReStage by Dmitri Galitzine, Object Interviews by Patrick Hough and the beautiful Another Utopia, 2015 looked at the world with speculative wonder.
At Home (c) Nicola Lane
Exhibitions: 2014
Nothing was what it seemed it 2014. Whether it was Frances Scott's "Another Way of Reading", Nicola Lane's "At Home: A Living Centenary 1914-2014" or Elizabeth Wright's "Writing Table/Sextodecimo", each show turned reality upside down and inside out, presenting the audience with a new outlook on issues of history, architecture and memory.
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