STALL | Sarabande Group Show 2020

STALL | Sarabande Group Show 2020


WORKING DAYS: 10:00 -17:00PM

THURSDAYS: 10:00 - 20:00PM

WEEKENDS: 11:00 - 16:00PM

It is that time of year again here at Sarabande, and we have our Sarabande artists showcasing their exceptional disciplines through our annual group show- 'Stall'!

Every year resident artists take over the main space for 3 weeks and produce together the Summer Group Show, a brilliant opportunity for you to see works by lots of Sarabande artists at the same time and, frankly, the summer’s biggest event. The show will be open to the public via bookable 45-min time slots and by appointment at the weekend via the email address: August 22nd takes place between the hours of 11:00-1PM. 

This year’s artists include watercolour artist Stephen Doherty, painter Shannon Bono, stop motion animator Isabel Garrett, multi-media installation artist Joshua Beaty, conceptual shoe designer Jimmy Sugiura, ceramicist Camilla Hanney, photographer Paloma Tendero and digital illustrator Berke Yazicioglu.

We hope to see you all on this amazing evening to celebrate the one-of-a-kind creations of our artists!


It's always great to see the works up close and personal but if you can't make it, not to worry.... take a virtual tour!

 The virtual tour of Sarabande was created by The Net Gallery. 

Cover Image created by Sarabande Artist Berke Yazicioglu for 'Stall' | Sarabande Group Show 2020

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Visitors will be provided masks and hand sanitizer on entry and exit of the exhibition.

A designated route will be in place with clear two metre markings on the floor within the large, open exhibition space. Clear signage will remind people to stick to the route.

Please also see our fire evacuation route here, which attendees will be expected to follow in the event of a fire.