11am - 5pm
Royal Society of Sculptors, 108 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3RA
This year’s Summer Exhibition has been guest curated by Robert and Nicky Wilson, the founders of Jupiter Artland, and is a fabulous showcase of the work of our members and fellows. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to browse (and even buy) contemporary sculpture in a no-pressure environment.
In addition, Caroline Achaintre’s Echo Peel will be shown on the sculpture terrace. Described by the artist as a “fragile but also a protective layer”, this work was created in 2019 but has gained extra meaning as we adjust to wearing face coverings in our daily lives.
Exhibiting artists: Madi Acharya-Baskerville, Jane Ackroyd, Kari Anne Bahri, Helen Barff, Lucy Barlow, Julie Brixey-Williams, Denise Bryan, Ros Burgin, Clare Burnett, Fiona Campbell, Alex Davies, Lynn Dennison, Emma Elliott, Jill Gibson, Elena Gileva, Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva, Heywood and Condie, Linda Hubbard, Terry Jones, Millie Laing-Tate, Rosie Leventon, Jane Morgan, Gudrun Nielsen, Susie Olczak, Sam Shendi, Lisa Snook, Amy Stephens, Karen Tang, Julia Vogl, Caro Williams.
Smartify: download the app to view the Summer Exhibition on your smartphone.
PDF Guide: download our hand-held guide to the exhibition, with a foreword by Nicky & Robert Wilson.
In line with ongoing government advice, we have been making preparations to ensure that your visit is as safe as possible. Please be reassured that we are working hard to ensure the welfare of visitors, members and staff alike.
We have risk-assessed the building and introduced new safety measures. This includes new cleaning schedules and the introduction of social distancing. Hand-sanitiser is available at various points, including the front desk and in the toilets, whilst internal doors will remain open. New signage and our volunteers will direct visitors around the gallery spaces and, where necessary, the numbers of guests will be managed with a socially-distanced queue.
Please ensure that neither you nor anyone in your party is displaying symptoms of COVID: we reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone who is.