Elinor has been director of Gerald Moore Gallery at Eltham College since May 2012.  She was involved in establishing this purpose-built gallery and defining the vision for the space, which has learning at its core.  The gallery hosts a range of exhibitions that are open to the public, from new commissions to established local artists, as well as Hayward Touring exhibitions and exhibitions curated by young people.  The gallery provides a chance for young people to be involved in the programme through collaborating with artists to make work, curating exhibitions of their own work, leading events and attending workshops.  There are three days a week of free outreach for local schools, allowing access to some outstanding exhibitions as well as giving the chance to experiment through art making.  There is a busy schedule of classes and events for the public as well as interesting cross curricular opportunities for students at Eltham College.  Image: Laurence Kavanagh 'April' 2012 Commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery.  April was a development of Laurence's ongoing engagement with the seminal nouveau roman cinenovel 'La Jalousie' by Alain Robbe-Grillet.     
       
     
Ships of Stone: The Islands of Mervyn Peake
       
     
Helene Fesenmaier:  The Late Works 2008-13 and David Hodgson Spaniards and Maps
       
     
Material Matters
       
     
Not Warriors - Just Men.  Scenes from the Battlefront 1914 and 2013
       
     
Under the Greenwood.  Picturing British Trees - Present
       
     
Sculpting Motion: The Fickle Screen
       
     
Tokyo in Fall
       
     
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Play Sense
       
     
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Ten: A showcase of 10 South London Women Artists
       
     
Death of Nature.  An Exhibition of Paintings by Michael Porter
       
     
Orbits and Occults.  It won't be the end of things...
       
     
Eduardo Paolozzi.  General Dynamic F.U.N
       
     
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It Fell From Earth.  An exhibition of works by Alexandra Darbyshire
       
     
A Creeping Through Suburbia
       
     
Karl Blossfeldt.  Art Forms in Nature
       
     
Won't You Please
       
     
Surface and South India.  Six artists from India's Madras School interrogate the meaning of surface in art
       
     
Matisse.  Drawing with Scissors.  Late works 1950-1954
       
     
Terra Incognita
       
     
Youth Uncovered
       
     
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'The Ocean Can Be Yours'.  Works by Four Iranian Artists.
       
     
Mary Blinky, Jessica, Yay!  A Solo Show by Jessica Wilson
       
     
Tools for the Future
       
     
A level exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
A level show at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
Parents' exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
Public classes and workshops at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
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 Elinor has been director of Gerald Moore Gallery at Eltham College since May 2012.  She was involved in establishing this purpose-built gallery and defining the vision for the space, which has learning at its core.  The gallery hosts a range of exhibitions that are open to the public, from new commissions to established local artists, as well as Hayward Touring exhibitions and exhibitions curated by young people.  The gallery provides a chance for young people to be involved in the programme through collaborating with artists to make work, curating exhibitions of their own work, leading events and attending workshops.  There are three days a week of free outreach for local schools, allowing access to some outstanding exhibitions as well as giving the chance to experiment through art making.  There is a busy schedule of classes and events for the public as well as interesting cross curricular opportunities for students at Eltham College.  Image: Laurence Kavanagh 'April' 2012 Commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery.  April was a development of Laurence's ongoing engagement with the seminal nouveau roman cinenovel 'La Jalousie' by Alain Robbe-Grillet.     
       
     

Elinor has been director of Gerald Moore Gallery at Eltham College since May 2012.  She was involved in establishing this purpose-built gallery and defining the vision for the space, which has learning at its core.  The gallery hosts a range of exhibitions that are open to the public, from new commissions to established local artists, as well as Hayward Touring exhibitions and exhibitions curated by young people.  The gallery provides a chance for young people to be involved in the programme through collaborating with artists to make work, curating exhibitions of their own work, leading events and attending workshops.  There are three days a week of free outreach for local schools, allowing access to some outstanding exhibitions as well as giving the chance to experiment through art making.  There is a busy schedule of classes and events for the public as well as interesting cross curricular opportunities for students at Eltham College.

Image: Laurence Kavanagh 'April' 2012 Commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery.

April was a development of Laurence's ongoing engagement with the seminal nouveau roman cinenovel 'La Jalousie' by Alain Robbe-Grillet.  

 

Ships of Stone: The Islands of Mervyn Peake
       
     
Ships of Stone: The Islands of Mervyn Peake

Ships of Stone took a new look at the visionary artist, writer and illustrator Mervyn Peak exploring a proliferation of islands in works that span Peake's career.  

Commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery 2013

Curated by Lauren Barnes

Helene Fesenmaier:  The Late Works 2008-13 and David Hodgson Spaniards and Maps
       
     
Helene Fesenmaier: The Late Works 2008-13 and David Hodgson Spaniards and Maps

A new exhibition for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2013.

Material Matters
       
     
Material Matters

A new exhibition by Martin Newth commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery in 2013.  

 

This exhibition proposes a series of conversations between cameras and sculptures, images and objects. 

For Material Matters Martin Newth selected sculptural works by three artists: Katie Cuddon, Matt Franks and Nick Pearson. For each of the selected sculptures Newth built a cardboard camera that was made to exclusively photograph each work. The size and shape of the camera was unique to the sculpture it is designed to photograph, and corresponded specifically to each work's characteristics and dimensions. The cameras became sculptures themselves that often resemble architectural models or strange, anthropomorphic beings.   

Using lo-fi analogue technology the multi-lens, cardboard cameras were used to make photographic images. These photographs emphasise the materiality of the sculptures as well as the material nature of the photographic process. A dialogue was set up between all three elements of the exhibition: the photographic image, the camera and the sculpture.  

Not Warriors - Just Men.  Scenes from the Battlefront 1914 and 2013
       
     
Not Warriors - Just Men. Scenes from the Battlefront 1914 and 2013

Bromley artist Ron Olley's paintings of the First World War were shown alongside official war artists Anna Redwood.

A new exhibition for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2014.

 

Under the Greenwood.  Picturing British Trees - Present
       
     
Under the Greenwood. Picturing British Trees - Present

An exhibition developed by St. Barbe Museum and Art Gallery and Southampton City Art Gallery.

Shown at Gerald Moore Gallery in 2014

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Sculpting Motion: The Fickle Screen

An exhibition by Madi Boyd.  This was an immersive, experiential installation allowing people to become more aware of themselves seeing.  The Fickle Screen consisted of semi-abstract video projections onto rotating sculptural screens, exploring the influence of space, body posture and tactility on the perception of the moving image.  

Supported by Arts Council England.

Shown in Gerald Moore Gallery in 2015.

Tokyo in Fall
       
     
Tokyo in Fall

Tokyo in the Fall was a new exhibition for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2014 that grew out of conversations between Fay Nicolson and Henrik Potter. Work by Jonathan Baldock, Richard Forbes-Hamilton, Sophie Michael, Fay Nicolson, Chris Orlando Page and Henrik Potter.

Lets sit down and talk about it
       
     
Lets sit down and talk about it

A new show by Fay Nicolson and David Ben White for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2014.

Play Sense
       
     
Play Sense

Play Sense was a new exhibition, series of performative workshops and a symposium exploring connections between learning and documentation focusing on the idea of ‘aesthetic education’ by Fay Nicolson as part of her residency at Eltham College and Gerald Moore Gallery in 2015. The title is taken from Friedrich Schiller’s ‘On the Aesthetic Education of Man’ (1775). Play Sense explores the value of learning through doing and how materials lead experience can be represented through image and text

Works included a series of large-scale, rhythmic screen-prints connecting to textiles and the body. These print/paintings formed the visual and architectural backdrop for photographic works that explored the possibility of developing an embodied aesthetic understanding through play and repeated gestures.

Play Sense was accompanied by a symposium and was supported by Arts Council England.

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Ten: A showcase of 10 South London Women Artists
       
     
Ten: A showcase of 10 South London Women Artists

'Ten' showcased the current practice of ten members of SLWA.  The group was established in 2008 to create a supportive community for women artists living and working in South London.  This was a new exhibition for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2015.  

Death of Nature.  An Exhibition of Paintings by Michael Porter
       
     
Death of Nature. An Exhibition of Paintings by Michael Porter

Death of Nature was part of an ongoing series of paintings by Michael Porter that reflect environmental issues, commenting on how we are willing to systematically change the natural state of the earth and how society seems to have lost its willingness to be part of Nature.

An exhibition held in 2015.

 

Orbits and Occults.  It won't be the end of things...
       
     
Orbits and Occults. It won't be the end of things...

Orbits and Occults brought together a group of eight international contemporary artists who explored the depth, power and reach of the ideology, metaphors and poetics of cosmologies within contemporary culture.  Amalie Atkins, Suzanne Caines, Courtney Chetwynd, Alexandra Darbyshire, George Eksts, Charles Ogilvie, Neil Rough and Ehryn Torrell.

Commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery in 2015.

Curated by Amy Ash.

Eduardo Paolozzi.  General Dynamic F.U.N
       
     
Eduardo Paolozzi. General Dynamic F.U.N

A Hayward Touring Exhibition of screen prints by Eduardo Paolozzi on show at Gerald Moore Gallery in the Autumn on 2015 as part of a national tour.  

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A new commission by Dana and Shane Munro for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2015.  Members of the Eltham College community assisted with the exhibition's production with the artists commissioning a student to produce an artwork that was included in the exhibition.  

The exhibition explored process as a strategy to employ formal and stylistic systems, notions of audience and authorship, and processes of invisibility: redaction, labour and image-revealing.  

Curated by Rebecca Holborn.

It Fell From Earth.  An exhibition of works by Alexandra Darbyshire
       
     
It Fell From Earth. An exhibition of works by Alexandra Darbyshire

An exhibition of paintings by Alexandra Darbyshire shown at Gerald Moore Gallery in January 2016.

A Creeping Through Suburbia
       
     
A Creeping Through Suburbia

An exhibition by Rosemary Cronin, Georgia Hollands and Chrissie Stewart responding to Suburbia within their different creative practices.

A new show for Gerald Moore Gallery, 2016.

 

Karl Blossfeldt.  Art Forms in Nature
       
     
Karl Blossfeldt. Art Forms in Nature

A Hayward Touring exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery in Autumn 2016.  An original portfolio of 40 photogravures from 1932 entitled 'Wundergarten der Natur', edited by the artist and published in the year of his death.  

Won't You Please
       
     
Won't You Please

An exhibition by Rosemary Cronin commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery in 2016. 

 

Surface and South India.  Six artists from India's Madras School interrogate the meaning of surface in art
       
     
Surface and South India. Six artists from India's Madras School interrogate the meaning of surface in art

A new exhibition that brought together six artists from The Noble Sage Art Collection in London for whom surface in their art has special meaning.  Exhibiting artists: T. Athiveerapandian, Ganesh Selvaraj, K. Benthia Perciyal, G. Raman, S. Ravi Shankar and A.P Santhanaraj.

Matisse.  Drawing with Scissors.  Late works 1950-1954
       
     
Matisse. Drawing with Scissors. Late works 1950-1954

A Hayward Touring Exhibition held at Gerald Moore Gallery in 2017.

 

Terra Incognita
       
     
Terra Incognita

A new exhibition for Gerald Moore Gallery by George Charman in 2016.

The exhibition formed part of an ongoing study into objects/materials with embodied potential as 'tools' for engagement - socially, conceptually, critical and spatially.

 

Youth Uncovered
       
     
Youth Uncovered

Youth Uncovered brought together a team of young people from three different South London secondary schools to curate a contemporary art exhibition.  The team joined forces in 2015, placing an international call for submissions and making their selection from an outstanding number of proposals.  They then worked to shape the exhibition both learning from and leading the professional artists in their research and understanding what it means to be a young person today.  Working with artists Diana and Eleanor Burch, Fiona Grady, Linnea Haviland and Andrew J Milne.

Project led by Amy Ash

Commissioned by Gerald Moore Gallery in 2016

Supported by the Arts Council England

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Muscle Wire.  The Body as a Living Archive
       
     
Muscle Wire. The Body as a Living Archive

A commission for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2017.  This was a research led residency and exhibition involving contemporary artists, Amy Ash and Emma Finn, who worked alongside a diverse group of A level students from three South London schools.

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'The Ocean Can Be Yours'.  Works by Four Iranian Artists.
       
     
'The Ocean Can Be Yours'. Works by Four Iranian Artists.

A new exhibition for Gerald Moore Gallery in 2017 of Iranian art in collaboration with Janet Rady Fine Art.  Works by Afsoon, Ghalamdar, Jason Noushin and Katayoun Rouhi,

Image shows work by Jason Noushin.

Mary Blinky, Jessica, Yay!  A Solo Show by Jessica Wilson
       
     
Mary Blinky, Jessica, Yay! A Solo Show by Jessica Wilson

A fantasy exhibition based upon an exhibition titled 'Mary, Blinky, Yay!' that tool place at Kunstmuseum Bonn in 2013 and showed the work of Heilmann and Palermo together.  In this fantasy exhibition Wilson's work would be shown beside the Heilmann and Palmero.

Shown at Gerald Moore Gallery in 2017.

 

Tools for the Future
       
     
Tools for the Future

Tools for the Future was a site-responsive sculptural project commissioned for Gerald Moore Gallery by artist George Charman in 2017 exploring relationships between philosophical aesthetic enquiry and kinesthetic learning.  

A level exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
A level exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery
A level show at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
A level show at Gerald Moore Gallery
Parents' exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
Parents' exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery
Public classes and workshops at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
Public classes and workshops at Gerald Moore Gallery
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Outreach work at Gerald Moore Gallery
       
     
Outreach work at Gerald Moore Gallery

Project and image by Laura Phillimore

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