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2 Feb – 30 Apr 23

Ingela Ihrman: Nocturne

Gasworks presents the first London solo exhibition by Malmö-based artist Ingela Ihrman. Moving between performance, sculpture and video, her work evokes the interconnected coexistence of life-forms such as invasive weeds, intestinal flora, extinct amphibians and nocturnal birds. More


28 Nov 22 – 31 Jan 23

Artist Editions Sale

Through collaborating with residency, exhibiting and studio alumni, Gasworks regularly produce exclusive and affordable artworks. More



27 Nov 22 – 9 Feb 23

Rameesha Azeem

Rameesha Azeem works across sculpture, installation and drawing to explore the boundaries between … More


9 Jan – 27 Mar 23

Lesley-Anne Cao

Lesley-Anne Cao’s practice explores the interplay of materiality, fiction and exhibition making. Cao … More


9 Jan – 27 Mar 23

Ivy Brandie Chemutai Ng’ok

Ivy Brandie Chemutai Ng’ok’s paintings explore intimacy and its relations to power, focussing … More


9 Jan – 27 Mar 23

Christian Salablanca Diaz

Christian Salablanca Diaz's work is influenced by myths and narratives that arise from … More


9 Jan – 27 Mar 23

Francis Offman

Francis Offman's canvases are abstract, fragmented compositions punctuated by the insertion of scraps … More


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6 Oct – 18 Dec 22

Interview with Ufuoma Essi

An interview with Ufuoma Essi about her new exhibition "Is My Living in Vain" at Gasworks.      More


7 Jul – 18 Sep 22

Interview with Lou Lou Sainsbury

An interview with Margate and Rotterdam-based artist Lou Lou Sainsbury about her new exhibition at Gasworks, "Earth is a Deadname". More

Coming Soon


25 May – 10 Sep 23

Kent Chan

Gasworks presents the first UK solo exhibition by Amsterdam-based Singaporean artist Kent Chan, whose work pushes real-world observations of climate change towards the fictional scenario of a future global tropic.  More


28 Sep – 17 Dec 23

Trevor Yeung

Gasworks presents the first UK solo exhibition by Hong Kong-based artist Trevor Yeung. In his carefully staged installations, the lives of plants and animals become a medium to subtly address notions of control and normativity within human social relations. More

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