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At Newlands House Gallery, we host events all year, offering a vibrant tapestry of experiences. From exhibition openings that unveil the latest works of art to exclusive talks that delve into the minds of visionary creators, and workshops that ignite your own artistic journey, there’s always something captivating happening here. Join us in embracing the power of art, culture, and community.

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Upcoming Events

What’s coming at Newlands House Gallery…

8 May, 2024

Insight into Auctions : Where to Start and What to Look For with Rachel Peart

An exclusive event at Newlands House Gallery with Rachel Peart,  Head of Department, Photographs at Phillips, London.

Wednesday 8 May | 6.00pm

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14 March, 2024

An Evening with Nick Brandt

Jane Cabutti from the Environmental Funders Network moderates this panel with artist Nick Brandt, Sue Miller from Stop Ecocide, and Bianca Pitt from She Changes Climate, discussing environment, philanthropy, and art at Newlands House Gallery in the midst of Nick Brandt’s exhibition ‘May The Day Break SINK/RISE’

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20 October, 2023

Graham Piggott – Behind the Camera : Working with Lord Snowdon

Listen to Graham Piggot talk about his work and time spent assisting Lord Snowdon in an exclusive event held in the midst of our current exhibition Eve Arnold – To Know About Women.

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21 July, 2023

Michael Arnold: To Know about Eve

Eve Arnold’s grandson, Michael Arnold, talks about Eve’s approach to photography and the stories behind some of her most celebrated images. Michael will explore Eve’s curiosity and compassion for her subjects, how she turned her disadvantages into advantages, and of course, the images that became iconic of the people, places and themes of our time.

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24 March, 2023

Post-medium Photography with James Coupe

Listen to Royal Collage of Art’s James Coupe discuss the importance and new challenges of photography in today’s world. James Coupe is Head of Photography at the Royal College of Art. He is an artist whose work focuses on themes of visibility, labour and surveillance capitalism, explored through installation, video, sculpture, public art and Internet-based projects. In his practice he frequently engages with emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, and synthetic media.

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18 November, 2022

Lee Miller and Picasso: Making Art out of War” with Colin Wiggins

Colin Wiggins began his career at the British Museum before moving to the National Gallery, where he worked for over 30 years as Head of Education and Special Projects Curator. During his time there he was responsible for the Associate Artist scheme, inviting contemporary artists such as Peter Blake, Michael Landy and Ana Maria Pacheco to become involved in the life of the Gallery and to exhibit their work there. In 2009 he worked on the exhibition Picasso: Challenging the Past at the National Gallery.

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18 October, 2022

Great Female Photographers of the 19th and 20th centuries” with Michael Hoppen

Michael was a photographer himself. A life long collector of fine photography, Michael has over twenty years experience as a gallery owner making him the perfect advisor. The Michael Hoppen Gallery is wholly devoted to the photographic image as art. The gallery opened in Chelsea on October 1st, 1993 and has become a formidable presence in the international photography community. The gallery’s main aim is to encourage the love, appreciation and collecting of the photograph.

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8 July, 2022

Jake Auerbach presents ‘FRANK’ at Newlands House Gallery

Frank Auerbach, works seven days a week and has the reputation of being something of a hermit. In the past this has only been fairly true; he saw films, went to the theatre and spent time with friends but these days he rarely leaves his small corner of North London. So when an exhibition of his work opened in the Kunstmuseum Bonn in before travelling to Tate Britain, film maker Jake Auerbach decided to go and film the show so that his father could see how it looked… they set up a projector and filmed his responses to seeing the work after a break of anything up to 60 years. The result is a film that unfolds an obsessive painter’s personal manifesto (citing references as diverse as Morecambe & Wise, Gauguin and Shakespeare) which is woven into the relationship between father and son.

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