On the occasion of three new London exhibitions that focus on members of the Borough Group, Borough Road Gallery invites you to a one-off late-opening walking tour, ahead of the opening of Borough Road Gallery’s upcoming exhibition, The Elemental Force of Charcoal: Drawing at the Borough (23 October 2015 – 13 February 2016). Book your free ticket at: http://tinyurl.com/nl9tzcp
Dennis Creffield. Paintings of Innocence and Experience explores the diversity of Creffield’s paintings, presenting a range of works – both celebrated and exhibited for the first time – from across seven decades, from Creffield’s days in Bomberg’s classes at London South Bank University (then Borough Polytechnic), through to more recent work. Messum’s exhibition – their second exhibition of work by Miles Richmond – focuses on Richmond’s ‘intensely chromatic style’; works include one of Richmond’s earliest Ronda landscapes, and two works that relate to Richmond’s 1999 mural, London from the South Bank. David Bomberg and his students at the Borough Polytechnic focuses on the artists who attended Bomberg’s evening classes at Borough Polytechnic in the 1940s and 50s; artists in this exhibition include David Bomberg, Leon Kossoff, Dorothy Mead, Cliff Holden, Miles Richmond, Dennis Creffield, Susanna Richmond, Anthony Hatwell, Lilian Bomberg, and Leslie Marr.