11. Stanley Picker Gallery

In 1997, The Stanley Picker Gallery was established to provide Kingston University with its first purpose-built space for the creation and public presentation of contemporary arts practice. The Gallery has been formative in providing opportunities and exposure for artists and students, with former Fellows Nicole Wermers, Oreet Ashery and Elizabeth Price going on to Turner Prize nominations and wins. 

The gallery is free to visit, open Tues – Sat 11am-5pm. Their current exhibition is by Stanley Picker Fellow Larry Achiampong. Learn more on their website.

Address: Kingston School of Art, Grange Road, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2QJ


The Occupants: Contemporary Perspectives on the Picker House (2012) installation view. Photo: Ellie Laycock
The AMP Kingston plaques at the Stanley Picker Gallery

AMP Kingston:
Art, Music, Pop Fashion

The AMP Kingston Heritage Trail explores and celebrates Kingston’s rich music heritage from the 1960’s to the present day at key sites across the town.

Find out more and explore the map of venues.

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