A 24 Hour Gallery – 2c Kings Grove, Peckham, London SE15 2NB

The m² Gallery is run by a non-profit organisation made up of supporters. It is administered and curated by a gallery committee. As a general policy, the organisation prefers to exhibit work made specifically for this unique space. If you are interested in becoming a m2 Gallery supporter, or would like to make an exhibition proposal, email: info@m2gallery.com

The m² Gallery is part of Quay House, home of Quay 2c. To find out more about Quay 2c click here


Anniversary Exhibition

10th - 27th May 2018

m2(at)15 is a retrospective exhibition celebrating 15 years of a unique gallery space.  In 2003 Julia Manheim and Ken Taylor incorporated a 1m2 window gallery into their newly converted milk depot in Peckham. Since then around ninety artists have shown work in the m2 Gallery, which presents a 24 hour accessible, rolling programme of six exhibitions a year.

To acknowledge the continuing success of the gallery, Julia and Ken are presenting, with the help of curator Sarah Goodwin, a selection of work by 31 previously exhibited artists.
Many of the artists have responded to this invitation by making new work, others will show recent pieces for the first time in the UK.  Work will include photography, installation, ceramics, video, sculpture, painting, glass, jewellery and performance.  The exhibition will be accompanied by a fully illustrated publication.

Exhibiting Artists: Peter Abrahams; Teresa Albor; Caroline Broadhead; Rod Bugg; Alison Carlier; Helen Carnac & David Gates; Lin Cheung; Anthony Coleman; Robert Cooper; Fran Cottell; Barbara Dougan; Helen Dowling; Gen Doy; Iain Hales; Heinrich & Palmer; Harriet Hill; Benjamin Jenner; Alistair Magee; Mutalib Man; Carol Mancke; Julia Manheim; Stuart Mayes; Kate MccGwire; Helen Pailing; Flora Parrott; Irene Pérez Hernández; Jacqueline Poncelet; Ken Taylor; Frank Watson; Matthew Webber; Ken Wilder.

An evening of Pecha Kucha presentations and performance events will take place on Monday 21 May 6.00 to 9.00pm.

All photos below taken by Peter Abrahams.