NOW Gallery is a new public exhibition space for contemporary art, fashion, photography and design on Greenwich Peninsula. A permanent, free gallery which features work from established and emerging artists, designers and other creative practitioners. The importance of connecting to the locality and introducing more interactive design and art work to the seven meter high space is a key element of the gallery’s philosophy, plus commissioning new art and design which features within the built environment of the Peninsula and have realised ambitious site-specific commissions including Empathy Museum, Milkshake Tree and Bullet from a shooting star for Greenwich Peninsula.
The gallery presents three major solo shows a year, curated by Jemima Burrill. These commissions have so far featured fashion designers Phoebe English and Molly Goddard, artists Alex Chinneck and Robert Orchardson and designers Simon Heijdens and Something and Son.
‘NOW Gallery acts as the catalyst with exhibitions responding to the continuously evolving Greenwich Peninsula site. Fashion designers, designers, and artists create exhibitions which are playful, inspiring and bring our unconventional gallery space to life. How design can become art and how artists can create design has been our preoccupation.’
– Jemima Burrill
NOW Later events
Private views, live art and film bring the gallery to life and invite audiences to experience the artists’ work from alternative perspectives.
Gateway Pavilion building
NOW Gallery was designed by Marks Barfield Architects with gardens conceptualised by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio and landscaped by Thomas Hoblyn and Alys Fowler.
Jemima Burrill – NOW Gallery curator
Kaia Charles – Cultural Projects Manager, NOW Gallery / Greenwich Peninsula
Please direct enquiries to
Hester Connell – Exhibitions assistant
NOW Gallery is supported by Greenwich Peninsula a neighbourhood dedicated to bring the best of art and design to the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the wider South East London.