Enclave, 50 Resolution Way, Deptford SE8 4AL (for GPS use SE8 4NT)
info [@] enclaveprojects.com
+44(0)2086941644 / Andrew Rickett +447740782838 / Sarah Gavin +447855376519
Opening times for each Enclave space varies so please check their individual pages for info.
To join our mailing list click HERE
Enclave is an experimental artist-run infrastructure in Deptford, South London, that aims to promote contemporary critical art practice.
Enclave hosts and supports eight rolling independent spaces in an incubator set-up, where artists and curators can establish mid-long term projects and benefit from physical space, shared audiences, group momentum, peer networks and knowledge sharing.
Created in 2012 by Anthony Gross, Enclave is a form of artist urban planning. Rented from private landlords, spaces are sublet below market rent to emerging or nomadic collectives. Guest projects can be tested without the difficulties of commercial renting and in return rent is used to operate the site ad infinitum without recourse to public funding. This experimental economic model produces rent control, arts longevity and critical mass for both producer and spectator.
Enclave is a not-for-profit venture and operates under the registered charity temporarycontemporary (no. 1123395).
Co-Director: Lucy A. Sames
In 2012-14, participating artists and curators in the Enclave Gallery programme have included:
Simon Bedwell, Sovay Berriman, Rachael Champion, Adam Christensen, Ross Downes, Plastique Fantastique, Rowena Harris, Joey Holder, Toby Huddlestone, Dean Kenning, Taus Makhacheva, Luke McCreadie, LUX, Conal McStravick, Misery Connoisseur, New Ultra Group, Paul O’Neill (for IXIA), Harold Offeh, Rachel Pimm, Laure Provoust, Ines Rebelo, Barry Sykes, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Francis Thorburn, David Thorp, Martin Westwood, Emily Wardill, Nicola Woodham, Lucy Woodhouse and many others.
All spaces at Enclave are ground floor and fully wheelchair accessible.
Contact us here: