Bermondsey Project Space is a not-for-profit platform supporting artists to exhibit work on their own terms.
BPS hosts around 40 exhibitions and projects each year, alongside a vibrant programme of performance events, music evenings, talks and film screenings. These take place at the fully accessible venue on Bermondsey Street, one of London’s premier arts destinations, adjacent to White Cube.
The Gallery’s ethos is to support creatives to achieve the next milestone in the development of their practice, giving physical space to practitioners with exciting ideas and something to say. BPS works closely with exhibitors at every stage of their projects, and is happy to accept project proposals at any stage of their development.
Andrew Etherington Gallery Director
Mike von Joel Artistic Director
Andia Coral Newton Exhibitions Coordinator
Heidi Pearce Marketing & Media Coordinator
BPS has a track record of delivering arts projects that include collaboration between individual practitioners, public bodies, and the general public, often all simultaneously. Project Partners have included:
– Arts Council England
– Paul Hamlyn Foundation
– Southwark Council
– Not Another Art Club
– Art Forward
– Royal College of Art
– Central St Martins
– Art Academy London
– University of Brighton
– De Montfort University.