Our vision. Our partnership. Our mission.
Our Vision


A vibrant new not-for-profit creative platform promoting the fusion of art, photography and culture.

Founded in 2015, Art Bermondsey Project Space is based in the vibrant Bermondsey Street, London. Our programme of exhibitions, events and out-reach educational projects combines the power of the world famous OLYMPUS brand with the UK-wide reach of STATE MEDIA magazine, one of UK’s most innovative art & photography magazines.

Project Space aims to present art & photography from across the UK, offering a flagship venue for both emerging and established artists combined with visionary, interactive, educational and early learning programmes to showcase freedom of creative expression through the visual arts.

The converted Georgian townhouse hosts three exhibition rooms and our proximity to the world famous White Cube gallery helps focus interest from all levels of the contemporary art world. Project Space aims to become a recognised arts venue in London and to be a key cultural centre in the locality and beyond.

Our Partnership


With support and backing from the global brand Olympus, we have the capability to organise and provide exhibitions like no other.

Mark Thackara, Olympus National Marketing Manager said “We are really pleased to support Art Bermondsey Project Space. This association is part of a wider programme that includes involvement in fashion, design and visual arts in general. The venue not only allows us to showcase established and emerging talent but also provides an excellent base for workshops, talks and events.

Added to that, we plan community outreach and education activity with some of our exceptional photographers. Our mission is to showcase art and design in the UK and encourage new talent in photography and beyond.”

Other Olympus Partnerships:
• The Deichtorhallen Gallery – Hamburg, Germany
• FOAM – Amsterdam
• Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Germany

Our Mission


Educational outreach is an important part of the overall programming.

Sitting alongside our active programme for the visual arts we offer opportunities for the local community with a number of educational programs. ‘My Home; My Street; My School’ is a photography project that works with a local school, loaning students camera equipment. The results are being judged and exhibited at Project Space with camera equipment prizes from our sponsor.

By selecting guest exhibitions from significant touring shows we offer a showcase for regional artists and arts organisations in Central London.

There is also a programme of photography masterclasses, workshops and seminars.