Current Exhibitions

Untitled, by JJ Began, image courtesy of the Adamson Collection Trust


The Adamson Journey


A selection of photographs illustrating the journey of the Adamson Collection from it’s beginnings in 1940‘s Netherne Hospital to it’s current and future home at the Wellcome Library. The story is told through historical images alongside a selection of reproduction photographs of the original art works.


Opening 13 February, 4 - 6pm

Exhibition continues 14 February - 26 May
Monday - Sunday, 9am - 8pm

The Long Gallery
Maudsley Hospital
Denmark Hill
Camberwell
London
SE5 8AZ

020 3228 2830 richard.morley@slam.nhs.uk

www.slam.nhs.uk/adamson


In collaboration with:

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Maudsley Long Gallery

Image by Nuala Hamilton


Imaginary Planes - Transforming Windsor Walk

An exhibition of photographs by Nuala Hamilton

Photographer Nuala Hamilton has been documenting the recent renovation of No.s 6-11 Windsor Walk. This Victorian terrace belonged to the Maudsley Charity and was converted into new homes plus a Ronald McDonald centre providing accommodation for the families of children being treated at nearby King's College Hospital. Out of the building's dereliction and renovation, she has created stunningly colourful photography. "Some of my photographs are documentary. Some are abstract colours and shapes. Over time the dilapidated building became a playground for the imagination."


15 January - 28 March

Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm 


ORTUS, Learning and events centre

82-96 Grove Lane

Camberwell

SE5 8SN

http://www.maudsleylearning.com

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Also on show....



Art Showcase @ ORTUS

Ball of Twine, by William Kurelek, image courtesy of the Adamson Collection Trust


Adamson and Kurelek:

Two Artists of the Mind



Celebrated Canadian artist William Kurelek was a patient at Netherne and painted some of his most famous paintings of this period in Adamson’s studio. This exhibition brings together masterpieces and sketches created by both artists, and material from the Collection.


Opening 12 February, 3 - 6pm


Exhibition continues 13 February - 5 July

Monday - Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm

Including the first Saturday of the month, 11am - 5pm




www.bethlemheritage.org.uk


In collaboration with:

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Bethlem Museum

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Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

Tears Imprisoned Kim Noble - Judy


Many Faces

by Kim Noble



This is an exhibition from the nationally and internationally acclaimed artist Kim Noble. She is known both for the originality of her work and the remarkable story of her life. From the age of 14 years Kim spent over 20 years in and out of hospital until she was diagnosed at the Tavistock and Portman Clinic with Dissociative Identity Disorder in 1998. DID posits the existence of many identities within one person as 'alters'. 14 of Kim's alters paint, each with their own distinctive style, colours and themes; ranging from layered abstracts to challenging figurative works. Kim is a mother, an artist and an author. Her book 'All of me' was published by Piatkus in 2011 and she has appeared on TV and radio frequently including the Oprah Winfrey show ,This Morning show, Anderson Cooper Show, Victoria Derbyshire show and many more.


Opening 2 April,  6 - 8.30 pm, (invite only)


Exhibition continues 5 April - 14 May

Venue: Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, 120 Belsize Lane, London, NW3 5BA

RSVP:  Artsrus@hotmail.co.uk

For more information on Kim’s work visit: www.flickr.com/photos/kimnoble/sets/