Current & Forthcoming Exhibitions at The Crypt Gallery

  entrance from Dukes Road  
  opening times specific to each exhibition  


Free admission to all exhibitions unless otherwise stated

23 - 26 April 2014


Opening times: 12noon - 6pm

The latest collection of works by Ed Mpisaunga. Ed is a painter and illustrator from Zimbabwe living and working in London.

Ed's fascination with the universe and the invisible curtain that separates us from life's mysteries is the theme symbolising his work.

Growing up in Zimbabwe, the variety of forms and colours in nature fine-tuned his understanding of colours and the magic that is the life that we are immersed in.

30 April - 4 May 2014


Opening times: Thurs/Sat 12-6pm and Sun 12-5pm

An artwork has the power to express more than it depicts; it can transform elements of the everyday into a force that affects space and inspires all those who see it to question the existence of themselves and the world around them.

We seek to integrate our work within the unique setting of the crypt. Here, underneath the city--in the darkness, the depths--in this array of chambers we seek to re-evaluate our practice, and invite the public to experience our transition.

We are a group of fifteen early career artists living and working across London, coalescing in the Crypt to contrast our work, exploring the physicality of materials, concepts of humanity and ways of seeing. Originally from all four corners of the globe, this exhibition represents graduates from Wimbledon College of Art, Goldsmiths, Chelsea, and Westminster University.

9-11 May 2014


Opening times: Fri/Sat 11-7pm Sun 11-4pm

For three days in May artists from Kensington and Chelsea Colleges nationally renowned Higher Education Fine Art courses will be taking over the Crypt Gallery to stage their end of year show, Hidden. The gallery will form the backdrop for a stunning collection of installation artwork including painting, sculpture and digital art. The labyrinth of atmospheric nooks and crannies at the gallery provides each artist with the chance to work within a unique architectural space, exploring their own unique themes.

A special artists seminar exploring the work on show will also be held at the venue on Friday May 9th, 3pm-5pm.

To attend please register at:

16 - 18 May 2014


Opening times: Fri/Sat 11am-7pm and Sun 11am-2pm
Private view: Thursday 15 May, 6pm-8.30pm

An Exhibition of Prints Using Memories and Images of Past Lives by Jody Little.

London, 1946. A family come together to celebrate a wedding. It is a joyous occasion and the first gathering since the end of the war. It is, however, marked by absence. People cannot help but remember friends and relatives not lucky enough to return home from the fighting, both from the recent war but also the Great War almost a generation ago.

Using a variety of printmaking techniques, The Gathering examines loss and remembrance and considers how the past influences and forges our identities in the present.

The Artist: Jody Little is a recent graduate from Camberwell College of Arts, London, with an MA in Printmaking. He previously studied History and Classics before following a career in the city. Originally from Scotland he now works and lives in London.