Discover the fascinating work of Japanese photographer Kazumasa Ogawa, whose hand-coloured collotypes from the 1890s look as though they could have been made yesterday.
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During lockdown, our visitors and staff found creative ways to pass the time, including the #tussenkunstenquarantaine challenge to recreate a painting from our collection. See some of our favourites.
Premila Trivedi, one of our Community Curators of Journeys, shares her experience of coming to Dulwich Picture Gallery and finding inclusion and inspiration.
As our gardens, shop and café reopen to the public on 4 July following our closure due to coronavirus, we share a roundup of what you can enjoy.
Dulwich Picture Gallery's Director shares news of our gardens reopening
Whilst Journeys remains closed for the time being, Community Curators, Alison Culnane and Premila Trivedi, met remotely to discuss the significant A Brisk Breeze held for them, and their experiences of coming to the UK.
Dulwich Picture Gallery stands in solidarity with all victims of racism and with those who seek an equal, just and non-violent society.
While Dulwich Picture Gallery’s collection now hangs safely in Sir John Soane’s building, awaiting visitors’ return, it was a somewhat different story during the Second World War.
Find some inspiration for your next summer read with our roundup of books with a cultural twist – as chosen by staff at the Gallery.
How integral are aesthetics to human happiness? Writing for In View magazine in 2019, author, architect and mental health advocate, Ben Channon explored how art and architecture can provide an emotional haven through nature, colour and a sense of the present.
Dr David Boyd Haycock, curator of British Surrealism and an expert in Modern British Art, shares his insight on the surrealist movement in Britain in this special YouTube talk.
We’ve compiled a list of family stay at home activities to entertain, inspire and enrich your youngsters in the time of isolation and social distancing.
As many of us settle in for a third week of isolation, binge-watching might be losing it’s appeal. We asked the staff to recommend their favourite films about art, music and literature to inspire you and stave off boredom.
Recently we conserved the portrait of one of our founders, Noel Desenfans, removing years of discoloured varnish to bring it into the light, Assistant Curator Helen Hillyard explains...
In response to increasing concerns around the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and in order to protect the health and wellbeing of our visitors, staff and community, we have made the decision to close Dulwich Picture Gallery and its grounds from today, Tuesday 17 March until further notice.
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2020, we are exploring the stories of three impressive women through our collection.
The 2019 Dulwich Pavilion is being transformed into vibrant planters for local schools and community groups across South East London
Writer Charles Darwent explores a decidedly British eccentricity at the centre of the surrealist movement.
Watch our latest film exploring Journeys, and hear from the Community Curators on their process and experience of the project.
Discover an imaginative and daring year at Dulwich Picture Gallery
See our new animation as part of the Journeys project, exploring migration and belonging through art.
A new year begins with a new display at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Opening on January 21, excitement is building for Journeys – a special collaboration between the Gallery and members of the local community here in South East London.
To celebrate Rembrandt’s Light we’re putting your photography skills to the test to create your own portrait using ‘Rembrandt lighting’ – a term describing a precise effect of light and shadow on a sitters’ face.
Go behind the scenes of our blockbuster exhibition Rembrandt's Light with our latest film and learn more about Rembrandt's influence on the world of cinema.
Inspired by Rembrandt, our new Gallery shop range features luxurious, seasonal themed gifts and prints, with a selection available to buy online.
As we head into autumn and say goodbye to The Colour Palace this week, we look back at an unforgettable summer…
We explore the lives and work of three pioneering Australian women who studied at the Grosvenor School - Dorrit Black, Eveline Syme and Ethel Spowers. Each developed a highly original style of printmaking, and contributed to the wider acceptance of modernism in Australia.
Dulwich Pavilion’s Principal Sponsor, Gosnell’s, will bring visitors (over 18) an innovative and exciting refreshment – made here in London. A local company based just a hop, skip and a jump away in Peckham, Gosnell’s produce mead, an alcoholic drink crafted with honey.
Grosvenor School lecturer Claude Flight and his pupils Cyril Power and Sybil Andrews were obsessed with the radical changes brought about by technology in their times, using linocuts to create a 'real and vital art of to-morrow' which could capture the spirit of the machine age.
A new exhibition at the Gallery means a new shop range, and as we all know, visiting the gift shop is one of the most exciting parts of visiting any exhibition. So, we’ve brought together our highlights from the range.