Tickets are now available for a screening of 20 Sites n Years at the Wilson Road Lecture Hall, Camberwell College of Arts, London SE5 8LU at 6.30pm on Wednesday 22nd June. The screening will be followed by a conversation with Tom Phillips, Jake Auerbach and David Thorp.
The tickets are £5 and there are a limited number of free tickets available for Camberwell students.
Purchase online from the South London Gallery site here
Now that Spring is here what better time to visit Shandy Hall home of The Laurence Sterne Trust and the house where Sterne wrote Tristam Shandy. The house and gardens are worth the journey alone but in the gallery, until 26th June there is a very rare opportunity to see Tom Phillips’s original artwork for the 50 pages which will complete the second version of A Humument. Details of the forthcoming publication will be announced shortly.
The gallery at Shandy Hall is open every day except Saturday from 11am to 4pm.
Meanwhile, Patrick Wildgust the indefatigable curator of Shandy Hall has been running a project with the University of Pennsylvania to trap, photograph, identify and write about the various moth species found in the gardens of Shandy Hall, to date over 372 of them. You can share his discoveries here