Crow Taxidermy

We thoroughly enjoyed our first Crow Taxidermy Workshop with A Curious Invitation in November!

Date: 15 – 16th November

Pop-up Exhibition: ‘Non-Knower’


An evening of performance, installation and sound. ‘Non-Knower’ brings together the work of five artists currently studying at the Royal College of Art, whose practices reflect and augment the real through seductive fictions.

Date: 12th June

Time: 18.00 – 21.00

Pop-up Exhibition: Boys By Girls Magazine presents ‘Boys At Home’

Boys At Home

Boys By Girls is a bi-annual print publication photographed exclusively by female photographers.
Here they present a series of portraits from their current Issue ‘The Truth About Boys’.

Date: 15 – 17th June

Time: 10.00 – 18.00


‘Hanging out’ in support of photography charity PhotoVoice

‘Hanging Out’ in support of Photography Charity PhotoVoice

We are thrilled to be able to support the photography charity PhotoVoice, through the upcoming exhibition ‘Hanging Out’.
PhotoVoice works with individuals, local communities and partner organisations both in the UK and overseas, creating participatory photography programmes that achieve meaningful improvements in the lives of participants.

‘Hanging Out’ : All works are for sale, part of the proceeds from every piece will be donated to PhotoVoice.
(Charity No: 1096598)

To find out more about PhotoVoice please visit:

Sponsors Announced for Upcoming Exhibition

Sponsors Announced for Upcoming Exhibition ‘Hanging Out’

Our upcoming exhibition:
‘Hanging Out – Photographs by Carinthia West’
has been made possible through the kind support of our sponsors:

Lead Sponsor
Liz Earle Beauty Co.

Catalogue Sponsor

Drinks Sponsor
Sloane’s Gin

The exhibition will run from 21 September – 5 October. Free Admission

Upcoming Talk: Artist Namsa Leuba in Conversation with Photomonitor’s Christiane Monarchi

Upcoming Talk:

Saturday 23rd June
Free Admission

Namsa Leuba In Conversation with Christiane Monarchi

Armsden are delighted to be hosting an In Conversation between photographer Namsa Leuba and Christiane Monarchi, Editor of webzine Photomonitor. The talk will form part of a larger day of discussion during the closing weekend of the exhibition Last and First Men. Towards a New Anthropology, at The Library Space.
Please do join us.

Namsa Leuba graduated from École Cantonale de Lausanne in 2011. She was recently awarded the Hyères Photo Global Prize, 2012 and will commence her scholarship at The School of Visual Art, New York later this year. Her series Ya Kala Ben has been exhibited at the Espace Lausannois d’Art Contemporain (ELAC) and at the Planche(s) Contact festival in Deauville. Her work has also been published in Numéro magazine.

Christiane Monarchi is Editor of Photomonitor, the new webzine for current photography in the UK and Ireland. A founding member of James Hyman Photography in London, her wider experience includes writing for PLUK magazine, corporate art consulting, portfolio reviews at the World Photography Festival, London and judging the Rose Photography Award at the Royal Academy.

Official Launch of the Guy Mascolo Football Charity

Official Launch of the Guy Mascolo Football Charity

May 10th 2012

The Library Space hosts the official Press Launch for the Guy Mascolo Football Charity. (GMFC)

The Charity is dedicated to providing quality football coaching to all children in the local community.

For more information visit:

Joze London Talk at The Library on 2nd June 2011

Love Art London Talk

What’s the best thing about a recession? No not sky-rocketing redundancy figures, rather the amount of incredible buildings that lay unoccupied, just gagging for a group of artists to take them over and do something amazing. The Library in Battersea is a classic case in point. Thanks to a group of savvy developers and a clan of ambitious artists this unique Edwardian Grade II listed gem, complete with original oak panelled walls and beautiful stained glass windows, has been transformed from a dusty, underappreciated library into one of the quirkiest exhibition spaces in London. And for its first ever show 23 artists have been invited to pull something quite magical out of the bag. Artists William Peers, Georgina Mascolo, Emma de Clercq, Anna Norlander and Simon Ward will be joining us for a special guided tour and talking to us about the site specific works they’ve produced for this fantastic show. Utterly biblio-tastic.
This event is for Members Only (25 places)

Organised by Love Art London