A TO ZAKKA |GROUND FLOOR SPACE AT DN&CO. | 24–31 MARCH

A to Zakka

An alphabet of objects for everyday life

Illustrated by Charlotte Trounce

Published by Telegram Press

A to Zakka is a riso printed children's book celebrating the classic design of everyday things.

An exhibition of objects and prints will be held at Ground Floor Space in Bermondsey following the book launch. 

 

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Exhibition

24–31 March 2017

Open 10am – 5pm daily

Book launch and private view

Thursday 23 March, 6–8pm

Ground Floor Space, dn&co.
3 Tyers Gate
London SE1 3HX

Closest tube: London Bridge

Contact: Maria Howard | maria@telegramgallery.com | 07449765178


L A N D S C A P E |GROUND FLOOR SPACE AT DN&CO. | 30 SEPTEMBER – 9 OCTOBER

L A N D S C A P E

A group show of photography, painting and video

Curated by Telegram Gallery, hosted by dn&co. 

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This is a show about landscape and what it holds. Whether a signifier of change or memory, landscape is not just a subject or a format, it can represent the artist’s self as much as a portrait.

With technology the face of landscape is changing; we are constantly mapping and capturing our surroundings. Plein air is a thing of the past as today’s artists look to their screens to shape their landscapes, to bear witness. The landscapes around us record the changes in our environment too, from the gentle shift of seasons to the indelible damage of man.

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Exhibition

30 September – 9 October

Open 10am to 5pm daily 

Private View

Thursday 29 September, 6–9pm

3 Tyers Gate

London SE1 3HX  

Closest tube: London Bridge

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Artists

Alberta Bamonte | Hannah Devereux | Will Jenkinson | Lynda Laird | Chris Stevens | Hayley Nia Thomas

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Contact

Maria Howard

maria@telegramgallery.com

+44 (0)7449 765 178

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PULLENS YARDS OPEN STUDIOS | 5–6 DECEMBER 2015

This weekend Telegram Gallery is delighted to have been invited to take part in the Pullens Yards Open Studios Christmas event. 

Visit us at 5 Clements Yard, London SE17 3LJ, on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 December from 11am to 6pm.

Browse and buy a selection of photographs, prints, hand printed textiles and more from £10.

 


TELEGRAM TAKEOVER GROUP SHOW | PECKHAM PELICAN | 25 AUGUST – 6 SEPTEMBER 2015

THE TELEGRAM TAKEOVER AT THE PECKHAM PELICAN

A SUMMER SHOW BY TELEGRAM GALLERY

25 August – 6 September 2015

All prints are available in an edition of 50 for £50 each

Buy online at telegramgallery.com/takeover  

This summer Telegram Gallery is proud to present a group show of the best work from our popular #telegramtakeover series on Instagram at the Peckham Pelican, South East London. 

The #telegramtakeover series aims to promote fresh new photography by inviting established and emerging photographers alike to take over our instagram account every week. From Tokyo to Melbourne, California to Camberwell, we pick the best photographers from around the world to showcase their work to our followers. Having started by inviting our peripatetic friends to take part, we now receive requests every week from both aspiring and leading photographers and have built up our following totally organically. 

The show at the Peckham Pelican will present a selection of the best works from the series as A3 high quality prints that are available to buy in an edition 50 for £50 each. These are also available online at telegramgallery.com/takeover. 

Follow @telegramgallery on Instagram to hear about new additions to the print sales page and receive an exclusive discount. 

PARTICIPATING  PHOTOGRAPHERS

Thomas Bett / Jodie Blackwell / Sam Bush / Elena Cremona / Hannah Devereux* / Gabrielle Greenberg  / Lillie Harman / Maria Howard / Will Jenkinson / Roslyn Julia / Philip Keith / Dina Lun / Nicholas Mellefont / Yiğithan Özden / Panu Pälviä Saunalahti / Thomas Pearson / Dan Root / Tom le Ruez  / Libby Scarlett / Pablo Somonte Ruano / Chris Stevens / Hayley Nia Thomas* / Dario Utichi / Noah Waldeck

* represented by Telegram Gallery

EXHIBITION

25 August – 6 September 

The Peckham Pelican

Open Tuesday–Sunday

Free Entry

92 Peckham Road

London SE15 5PY

www.thepeckhampelican.co.uk

CONTACT

Maria Howard

Director, Telegram Gallery

maria@telegramgallery.com

07449 765 178


 

BEYOND THE TOWPATH | TELEGRAM GALLERY AT THE LONDON CANAL MUSEUM | 2 JUNE – 2 AUGUST 2015

This summer Telegram Gallery is delighted to present its latest pop-up exhibition at the London Canal Museum. Beyond the Towpath will showcase work by Telegram artist Alberta Bamonte inspired by London’s Regent's Canal.

Alberta Bamonte’s works approach the canal and the surrounding areas from an aerial perspective. She uses satellite views to focus in on a section of the water, the towpath and beyond, before reproducing the scene on paper or burlap, adapting the colours and shapes to create a unique kind of landscape where the industrial and the natural sit side by side.

All works are for sale from £80 to £1,200, along with a selection of tea towels and tote bags.

Alberta Bamonte trained as a graphic designer at ISIA, Urbino, and worked as a freelance book designer in Milan before moving to London in 1984. Recently her work has been selected for the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize, the Society of Women Artists Open Exhibition, the Discerning Eye Exhibition and The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition. 

Follow @telegramgallery on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to find out more about upcoming events.

Enquiries

Maria Howard

maria@telegramgallery.com

07449 765 178

Exhibition

2 June – 2 August

The London Canal Museum

1213 New Wharf Road

London N1 9RT

Please note entry is £4 and the museum is closed on Mondays. Check canalmuseum.org.uk for more details. 

 


URBAN BEEKEEPING | PECKHAM PELICAN | 2–8 MARCH 2015

TELEGRAM GALLERY ANNOUNCES NEW ARTIST LYNDA LAIRD

POP UP EXHIBITION ON URBAN BEEKEEPING OPENS 2 MARCH AT THE PECKHAM PELICAN

Exhibition

Monday 2 March 11am – 4pm

Tuesday 3 11am – 11pm

Wednesday 4 March 11am – 11pm

Thursday 5 March 11am – 11pm

Friday 6 March 11am – 11pm

Saturday 7 March 11am – 11pm

Sunday 8 March 12pm – 5pm

Private View

Thursday 5 March 6.30pm – 11pm

The Peckham Pelican

92 Peckham Rd, London SE15 5PY

Telegram is delighted to announce Lynda Laird as the latest artist to join our online gallery. Our next pop up exhibition, to be held at the Peckham Pelican from 2 to 8 March, will showcase her 2014 series of photographs, Urban Beekeeping.

Urban Beekeeping follows the work of Camilla Goddard, a full time beekeeper for Capital Bee in South London. She first started keeping bees eight years ago and now has hives all over the city: in parks, churchyards, primary schools and on the roofs of hotels. She collects swarms from people’s attics, holds talks and about beekeeping and sells honey at her local shop.

The Honey Bee population has declined massively in recent years. In 2008, a million honeybee colonies in the United States mysteriously perished – a third of all their hives. This phenomenon was happening all over the world and became known as colony collapse disorder. The reasons behind it still remain unclear but links have been made to GM crops, habitat degradation – including the loss of flowering plant species that provide food for bees – and the increasing use of pesticides. Bees pollinate over 30% of our food and 90% of our wild plants.  Without bees to spread seeds, many plants, including food crops, would die out. 

In response to the bee crisis, there has been a huge increase in the number of people taking up bee keeping, especially in cities.  Since 2008, the British Beekeepers Association’s membership has more than doubled to over 22,000.  Thanks to the lack of pesticides in the air, the diversity of our cities’ green spaces and people like Camilla, bees are now thriving in urban environments. We hope this exhibition of stunning images of Camilla and her colonies will inspire new generations of beekeepers as well as raising awareness of this important environmental issue.

Urban Beekeeping marks the first pop up exhibition in Telegram’s 2015 residency at the Peckham Pelican. A vibrant bar and gallery space, the Pelican is a keen supporter of emerging artists. Summer and Autumn exhibitions will follow including a showcase of portraits by Telegram artist Hayley Nia Thomas in June.

Prints start at £300.

Contact
Maria Howard
maria@telegramgallery.com
+44 (0) 7449 765 178

 


SEASCAPES | PECKHAM PELICAN | 4–10 NOVEMBER 2014

An invitation to view

Seascapes

A pop up exhibition of recent

photographs of the Celtic Sea

by Hayley Nia Thomas

4–10 November

The Peckham Pelican

92 Peckham Rd, London SE15 5PY

Join us for a drink in the bar on Wednesday 5 November from 6pm

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PORTS & LONDON FOG | LONDON REVIEW BOOKSHOP | 3 APRIL – 2 FEBRUARY 2014 

HAYLEY NIA THOMAS: LONDON FOG, 8.05.14 – 2.06.14


ALBERTA BAMONTE: PORTS, 3.04.14 – 6.05.14


TELEGRAM GALLERY LAUNCH PARTY | TAKE COURAGE | 13 FEBRUARY 2014

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