Exhibitions & Displays

Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking
19 June – 8 September
This summer we shine a spotlight on a brief but intense period of inspirational printmaking during the 1930s, with the first major show of work by artists from the Grosvenor School, including teacher and artist Claude Flight and his students Sybil Andrews, Cyril Power, Lill Tschudi, William Greengrass and Leonard Beaumont.

Nahoko Kojima: Sumi
19 June – 8 September
Kojima’s eight-metre-long crocodile, cut entirely from one sheet of paper, will hang suspended from the Gallery’s entrance hall – a visual spectacle for all to admire. A key protagonist of the paper cut sculpture movement, she is renowned for turning majestic animals into works of art and questioning our relationship to nature.

Pisarro in Dulwich
Until 4 August
To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the founding of Dulwich College, Dulwich Picture Gallery is hosting a special display focusing on Camille Pissarro’s view of the school’s main building, painted in 1871. A special loan from the Fondation Bemberg, Toulouse, the work returns to Dulwich for the first time since it was painted.

Edward Alleyn’s Gift – Celebrating 400 Years of Dulwich history: 1619–2019
22 June – 29 September
Free entry, subject to closure for other Gallery events using Linbury Room

Dulwich Pavlion 2019: The Colour Palace