Camden Vox Exhibitions

Join in artist-led workshops revealing a process driven way of working not typically associated with female artists of the time.
To profile the work of women artists entering into this year’s Open Open, women artists will share their practice and what it means to exhibit in the Open Open at this stage of their artistic development.
Through a series of conversations and workshops alongside 'Citizen', an exhibition by Tash Kahn and Jon Ros, Quiet Down There will explore visibility, voice and power.
Women Constructed presents 17 female artists from the Camden Collection, all of whom look at line, abstraction, grids and construction as central themes in their work. Curated by Charlie Levine.
The 2017 Open Open calls all artists, professional and amateur, from anywhere and any age, to bring along a piece of their artwork for exhibition. Recurring each year at Swiss Cottage Gallery, the Open Open provides a great opportunity for artists, professional and other, to show their work in a “salon style” exhibition.
Taking the Women’s Suffrage movement as a point of departure, Camden VOX has commissioned four artists to produce a series of posters that explore ideas of equality, place, power and identity. Featuring works by Sutapa Biswas, Claudette Johnson, Ingrid Pollard and Hannah Collins and exhibited in the atrium at Swiss Cottage Library from June 2018 to January 2019. October - November: Hannah Collins
Taking the Women’s Suffrage movement as a point of departure, Camden VOX has commissioned four artists to produce a series of posters that explore ideas of equality, place, power and identity. Featuring works by Sutapa Biswas, Claudette Johnson, Ingrid Pollard and Hannah Collins and exhibited in the atrium at Swiss Cottage Library from June 2018 to January 2019. June - July: Claudette Johnson.
Swiss Cottage Gallery presents 'Citizen', a collaborative exhibition by UK artist Tash Kahn and hosting US artist John Ros. Together, the artists respond to Camden VOX, exploring ideas of community, ethics, and why people do what they do.
Taking the Women’s Suffrage movement as a point of departure, Camden VOX has commissioned four artists to produce a series of posters that explore ideas of equality, place, power and identity. Featuring works by Sutapa Biswas, Claudette Johnson, Ingrid Pollard and Hannah Collins and exhibited in the atrium at Swiss Cottage Library from June 2018 to January 2019. August - September: Sutapa Biswas.
Exploring the contribution of suffrage activists based in Camden to the campaign for the right to vote, this exhibition sets its history in the larger context of the struggle for women’s rights.
This year’s gallery programme asks: What does it mean to have a voice, and what does it mean to speak? How can we question legacies of equality, history, place and power when thinking about social, cultural and physical visibility?