11 to 5pm Monday to Saturday


Royal Society of Sculptors, 108 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3RA

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We hope you can join us this summer to explore a fabulous showcase of members' and fellows' work at Dora House that will be open to the public from Saturday July to Saturday 21 September.

This year's theme is Reality Check selected by our guest curator David McAlmont and he has written an essay about the exhibition that you can read here.

David McAlmont is a recording artiste, art historian and tutor at the Architectural Association Interprofessional studio. He is a Birkbeck and Middlesex University alumnus (History of Western Art and Architecture, and Performing Arts), author of the 'Permissible Beauty' film. Recent works include the album 'Happy Ending (A Guardian Album of the Year), and an article on the history of the word "Ghetto" for Mousse magazine, Shifting Visions and the Medici Society (January 2024). He is currently developing a Jacques Louis David project for 2025.

Artists Exhibiting

Abigail Norris MRSS, Amale Freiha Khlat MRSS, Ben Joiner MRSS, Caro Williams MRSS, Cesar Cornejo FRSS, Christopher Summerfield MRSS, Colin Kerrigan MRSS, David Aston MRSS, Didi Gaudron MRSS, Doug Burton MRSS, Eleni Maragaki MRSS, Emma Woffenden MRSS, Ever Grainger MRSS, Farnoush Amini MRSS, Fiona Campbell MRSS, Isobel Church MRSS, Jane Morgan MRSS, Jill Gibson MRSS, Jill Townsley MRSS, Julie Light MRSS, Kate MccGwire FRSS, Katie Hallam MRSS, Laura Ford PRSS, Linda Hubbard MRSS, Marianne Broch MRSS, Martin Darbyshire MRSS, Michael Petry FRSS, Michelangelo Arteaga MRSS, Nik Ramage MRSS, Paul Tecklenberg MRSS, Poojan Gupta MRSS, Rachel Mortlock MRSS, Sadie Brockbank MRSS, Sarah Pager MRSS, Sarah Villeneau MRSS, Sato Sugamoto MRSS, Srabani Ghosh MRSS, Steve Johnson FRSS, Susan Francis MRSS, Terry New PPRSS, THE DnA FACTORY MRSS, and Wen-Hsi Harman MRSS.

With thanks to The Marsh Charitable Trust for their generous support of the Best in Show Award.

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