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To celebrate 10 years of Anise Gallery, we have worked alongside Kristina Chan and João Villas' print studio, Plaintiff Press, to bring you 10 Prints by 10 Artists - a series of unique limited edition prints from 10 of Anise Gallery's most established artists.

The prints will be launched on early release at an exhibition for Open House Festival 2021, and available to purchase individually, or as an exclusive boxset, after which they will be released one by one over consecutive weeks.

Across the weekend, we are also delighted to be joined by a selection of the artists for an exciting talks programme, with some great print activities to keep the whole family entertained too.


The Old Chapel will also be open for you to visit and enjoy for Open House London:

De-consecrated in 1971, the Zion Chapel on Malham Road has since been used for a variety of light industrial and office purposes. Acquired in 2016, the building remained empty until works started in early 2020 to renovate and rejuvenate it into a family home.

Working with Tate & Co (formerly Tate Harmer Architects), plans were drawn up to replace the temporary racking floor system with a proper floor, open the space up as much as possible and add unique reclaimed and re-purposed features such as the balustrade and bar.

With its vast open plan top floor with far reaching views over south east London, The Old Chapel is being lovingly and carefully refurbished and celebrated.

Open House London | 10 Prints by 10 Artists

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Admission / Cost FREE

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The Old Chapel More Info

Address: 27-33 Malham Road
Forest Hill
SE23 1AH
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Public Transport Forest Hill
Venue URL anise.gallery
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Anise Gallery

About Anise Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with a strong focus towards the architectural aesthetic. Working with early to mid career artists in a wide range of media the gallery presents an exciting and diverse programme of exhibitions, events and talks that relate back to architecture, technology and the built environment.
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