Camden Arts Centre
Situated in a Grade II listed building in NW3, the Camden Arts Centre is one of the most respected art exhibition and educational spaces in London. Sir Henry Harben opened the building in 1897, when it was built as Hampstead Central Library.
Relocated and named the Hampstead Arts Centre in 1965, before receiving its current title two years later, it has since expanded to play an integral role in the local community, offering painting, drawing, ceramics and writing courses. It plays host to a wide range of exhibitions and events throughout the year, with a bookshop, café and garden all open to the public.
Tel: 020 7472 5500
As any true artist knows, a piece of art is never truly finished, even when it has been handed over for public consumption. Giorgio Griffa knows this better than most and his 'Continuous Becoming' exhibition reflects on that artistic state of mind.
The 81-year-old artist was part of the Arte Povera movement during the 60s, and the work on display will allow fans of his work to see full coverage of his abstract paintings stretching across five wonderful decades.BFREEd◄ 2
- 2 x Adult: Free
- 0 x Child: Free
- 0 x OAP: Free