Cell Project Space

London, United Kingdom


  • 258 Cambridge Heath Road
  • London e2 9da
  • United Kingdom

Opening times

Thursday - Sunday 12–6pm, or by appointment

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: Bethnal Green station
Bus: bus lines: 26, 48, 55, 106, 236, 254, 277, 388
Train: Cambridge Heath Road station


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Cell Project Space is an independent gallery founded in 1999 by directors Milika Muritu and Richard Priestley that was originally set up as an artist-run exhibition space and is now a registered charity, Cell Foundation. The organisation provides affordable workspace, which in turn supports an on-going programme of exhibitions, projects, talks, screenings, and events. 

Cell was founded as a testing ground for artistic practice and continues to foster research, discussion and production for a range of projects. Solo presentations in the past decade include: Ghislaine Leung, Josh Bitelli, Yuri Pattison, Anne De Vries, Eddie Peake, Benedict Drew, Rachel Reupke, Jessica Warboys, Celine Condorelli, and Angelo Plessas. Today, the programme facilitates local and global critical debates while supporting underrepresented artists, collaborating with established and emerging practitioners to present varied formats for exhibition making. Cell extends the gallery’s visibility with collective participation through tours and workshops for local secondary schools and the wider community. The gallery is open free to the public from Thursday - Sunday throughout the year.

Cell Foundation is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales, and is a registered charity no: 1156554.

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