DULWICH OPEN 2014













DULWICH OPEN 2014




The free two – weekend event  is a great chance to see
and buy a wide range of contemporary art – including
painting, drawing, print-making, sculpture and
photography – by both emerging and established South
London artists.

Whether you’re an art lover, art buyer, or just looking for
something new to do, it promises to be a great event over
the two weekends, with the possibility of events in the week
whilst the show is on. There will be art works for sale to suit
everybody’s pocket, from badges at a pound or so up to
high end fine art pieces. 

ARTISTS

We are now adding Artists who will be showing with us
for the Dulwich Open. Below you will find their names,
 click to discover more about each artist.
Find out more about exhibiting artists by clicking
on the names below:









We will continue to add artists daily.
Continue reading below for more information
regarding the show.

The Dulwich Open has a facebook page for more 
information on what else is taking place across Dulwich.
The FREE two – weekend event (10-11 and 17-18 May)
is a great chance to see and buy a wide range of
contemporary art – including painting, drawing, print-
making, sculpture and photography – by both emerging
and established South London artists.



There will be an Artist Party on the evening of friday the
16th, the Friday before the second weekend we are open
for the Dulwich Open
CALL TO ARTISTS:
If you are an artist working in the South London area and
interested in exhibiting at one or both Dulwich Open weekends
we would love to hear from you.
Prices for ‘stalls’ (approx 3m x 2m) range from £50 for one
weekend to £80 for both weekends, while ‘booths’ are available
for both weekends for £200. Exhibiting space may be used
individually or shared between groups of artists.
We try to accommodate as many artists as possible but spaces
are limited, and on a first come first served basis, so please get
in touch ASAP to avoid disappointment!
To book an exhibiting space or for more details please contact:

The Portico Gallery, 
Knights Hall,
23a Knights Hill, 
West Norwood
LONDON SE27 0HS

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