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Lamington Group and Art Below present:
Art in the Age of Now at Fulham Town Hall

Art in the Age of Now


The iconic 51,000 sq ft Victorian Fulham Town Hall in West London will be opening its doors from Thursday, 20th May – Sunday, 6th June 2021 for the first time in a decade, playing host to ‘Art in the Age of Now’.

Overseen by curator Ben Moore (Art Below), and co-presented by hotel operator Lamington Group, Art in the Age of Now is a free event for the local community and features an extraordinary programme of installations, guest exhibitions, live performance art, music, talks, readings and screenings in the atmospheric setting of Fulham Town Hall, before owners Ziser property redevelops the building and give the iconic space a new lease of life as a creative, community hub and boutique hotel in 2022.

The exhibition is spread across the main rooms, project spaces, individual artist rooms, the basement vaults and the town hall courtroom, taking visitors on a unique journey of discovery. Many of the works have been produced in isolation during lockdown and will be exhibited for the first time.

The exhibition will adhere to the government’s Covid safety regulations, and time slots must be pre-booked.

Art in the Age of Now @ Fulham Town Hall


Programme Highlights: Artists with their own rooms include Conrad Shawcross, Charlotte Colbert, Joe Rush, Jeff Robb, Hugo Farmer, Ru Knox, Chris Moon, Ernesto Romano, Anna Kenneally, Tim Gatenby, James Vaulkhard, Unskilled Worker, Thomas Lumley, Mikey Voice, Christabel Milbanke, Hoxton Gallery, Patrick Boyd, Ariadne Danes, Nasser Azam, and Eliot Haigh with more names to be confirmed.

Art in the Age of Now @ Fulham Town Hall