Forthcoming GFL Shows

‘Alterna’ pop up exhibition -28th April 7pm “Alterna focuses on how would the culture and design alter in USSR under strong American influence. The Exhibition features work that shows the evolution of design and culture on the alternate time line from 1945 to 1965 Stalingrad” University of East London’s Art Auction – 5th May … Continue reading

Pathfinding by Oliver Dickens CLOSING PARTY

If you havent been to see this exhibtion yet, you are missing out. Come one come all to the final day of this fantastic exhibtion. “The illustrations are infinitessimally detailed and some reminiscent of those beautiful Victorian botanic illustrations but with added bizarrity. Others are more humourous with a anthropological study of a unique world … Continue reading

Pathfinding by Oliver Dickens

Oliver Dickens Solo Show: Pathfinding An exhibition of illustration and moving-image work Pathfinding could be attributed to a variety of different facets of this work. The process taken when drawing landscape pieces – the exploration of soundscapes with pen and ink. The characters in the illustrations are all on journeys somewhere, trying to navigate the often bleak and … Continue reading

Ladyfest Ten

//…THE LADYFEST TEN EXHIBITON…//   11th-14th November 2010 Ground Floor Left Tudor Grove E9 7QL   Sponsored by CASS ART “A man’s face is his autobiography. A woman’s face is her work of fiction” – Oscar Wilde   This year’s Ladyfest exhibition invites you on a journey through new represntaitions of women past, present and … Continue reading


GROUND FLOOR LEFT presents N O W H E R E    N E A R Unpolished, unresolved, sketches, trials, errors, failures, successes..A true & candid portrayal of each individual’s artistic exploration & discovery.. An eclectic group show featuring new works from artists: Amy Scrimshire, Andrew Demetry, Annie Wighton, Barry Andrews, Billy Byrne, Chris Mowbray, Emma … Continue reading

Eddie Blake

Blake’s work examines post wall Berlin, where history has rendered contemporary culture stuck or consumed by it self. His prints are generated by an image of a modern Berliner modeling a GDR uniform, part of a contemporary trend of ‘ostalgia’ nostalgia for the east. The image prized from its historical context conceals an unhistorical traumatic … Continue reading

Lydia Corry

Lydia Corry’s work investigates the decorative function of pattern with particular interest in the gendered nature of this relationship. A connection is made between the female body as decoration and patterns as communication systems. The represented female is considered as template, never portraiture, instead the staging of the body is an idea or experiment. Corry’s … Continue reading

Pattern Making Private View

The exhibition continues until the 12th of September from 12-6pm. If you have missed the Private View you still have time to come and see the work. GFL

Don’t forget this Friday

‘Pattern Making’ Exhibition at Ground Floor Left. For the Private View, please RSVP at!/event.php?eid=143021005728595&ref=ts Private will be this Friday the 3rd starting at 6pm until 9pm. The Show will continue until the 12th/September everyday from 12-6pm. Also check us out on the Other Criteria Blog We hope to see you all there. GFL

Pattern Making- Lydia Corry & Eddie Blake

Ground Floor Left is delighted to be able to present a new Exhibition showcasing new works from artists Lydia Corry & Eddie Blake 3rd-12th September 12-6pm PRIVATE VIEW: FRIDAY 3RD 6-9PM There will most certainly be some sort of ; atrocity, catastrophe, devilment, devilry, deviltry, diablerie, dirty trick, evil, fault, friskiness, frolicsomeness, funny business, gag, … Continue reading