Between Dog and Wolf:
A South London Twilight Exhibition
Thursday 8 –Thursday 29 June. Thursdays & Fridays 1-6pm; Saturdays 12-4pm. The exhibition explores the histories of Battersea, Herne Hill and the Brighton Road using the work of artists such as Whistler and Ruskin. It examines how traces of the past have left their marks on the landscape and continue to communicate a sense of place today. It accompanies a new book Death On The Brighton Road and Three South London Walks, written by Jon Newman, illustrated by David Western and published by Thamesis. The exhibition is accompanied by a series of guided walks.
Morley Gallery, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HT
Thursday 15 June. 12:30-1.30pm. Talk
Thursday 15 June. 7pm. William Blake’s Lambeth Walk
Meet beneath the Coade stone Lion at foot of Westminster Bridge, SE1.
Part of Dog & Wolf Exhibition.
Tuesday 20 June. 6-7pm. Dog & Wolf Exhibition Talk
Tuesday 27 June.7pm. John Ruskin’s Herne Hill Walk
Meet outside Herne Hill United Reformed Church corner of Red Post Hill and Herne Hill, SE24
Thursday 29 June, 8.30pm. Battersea Nocturne Walk
Meet beside statue of James Whistler on north side of Battersea Bridge, SW3