Beaconsfield is an artist-run space for the development and presentation of contemporary art, based in a historic building in North Lambeth.
Beaconsfield is conceived as a concept rather than a place. Experimental research activity is rooted in a long history of collaboration with individual artists and a range of national and international art institutions. Beaconsfield offers a public-facing programme of artists' residencies and exhibitions, talks and interdisciplinary events, curated by founding-directors David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin who work closely with incoming artists to realise their creative objectives.
Beaconsfield's environment comprises the remaining wing of the historic Lambeth Ragged School, a double railway arch and a garden-yard. The organisation is an established presence in the Vauxhall Gallery district, with Higher Education institutions across the UK and local community schools.
Gender neutral toilet
Baby changing facilities
Beaconsfield’s Lower gallery and Arch gallery spaces are fully accessible but we regret that there is no wheelchair access to our Upper gallery space. Please call in advance for a parking space or with any queries regarding access requirements.