Pangolin London has three exhibition spaces in the Kings Place building where we host our vibrant programme of shows, including our purpose built gallery, the B-1 floor of Kings Place, and a set of windows in the Kings Place facade.
PLEASE NOTE that access to exhibitions on B-1 can be affected by other events in the Kings Place Building. The best days to visit are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday but please make sure to check the current exhibition page for updates before your visit or contact the gallery (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information. Until 5 November, Bryan Kneale: Through the Ellipse is exhibiting in the gallery space, Jon Buck: Patterns of Change is exhibiting in B-1, and the ceramic windows at the front of Kings Place.
Jon BuckPatterns of Change 6 Sep 2022 - 4 Mar 2023 Pangolin London are delighted to present a major public exhibition of Jon Buck’s work on the mezzanine level at Kings Place. Inspired by the contemporary scientific narrative of Evolution, Buck explores our shared history of life with bold, cellular patterns and cryptic symbols that enliven the surfaces of his new...
Pangolin London Sculpture TrailPangolin London’s Sculpture Trail includes large scale works by a host of artists both within the building and canalside at Kings Place and is fast developing a reputation as one of the UK’s most dynamic Sculpture Trails.
Peter Randall-Page16 Nov 2022 - 14 Jan 2023 Pangolin London are delighted to present an important exhibition of work by eminent Royal Academician Peter Randall-Page. Highlights of the exhibition include a monumental ‘Rorschach’ screen and a trio of stone sculptures that will be shown in London for the first time.These will be accompanied by a fascinating selection of...
Rachel GrimshawMovement in Stillness 16 Nov 2022 - 14 Jan 2023 Working as both an interior designer and a ceramic sculptor, Grimshaw often finds that her forms allude to the built environment, incorporating principles of proportion, balance and a visual ‘rightness’ that are equally essential architectural concepts. Approaching her work without a fixed idea of the outcome – “it never does...