Exhibitions & Events

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Throughout the year WITP puts on pop-up exhibitions in vibrant, international locations to feature current works by our artists. Any artist not represented by a London gallery can apply to be a WITP member. Stop by during the hours listed, or contact us for a private viewing.



‘At This Point In Time’
1-31 March
Month-long exhibition in partnership with the Scottish Arts Club
Edinburgh, Scotland. 33 International artists will create new artworks reflecting the world around them right now.

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‘Every Drop Counts’

20-30 March
A two week contemporary art exhibition in Clerkenwell, London, in celebration of world water day 22 March 2017
Call for artists is now closed. Join us during the show!

TOTO Concept Gallery, 140-142 St John St, London EC1V 4UA (map)
in Partnership with Thames Water and UN Water

18-19 March, 13:00 – 17:00
World Water Day Art Workshops for children and parents — drop-in during your visit to the centre
WWT London Wetland Centre – Queen Elizabeth’s Walk
Barnes, London Sw13 9WT
Please contact us if interested in participating

25 March, 14.30 – 17.30
World Water Day Art Workshops for children and parents
Unicorn Theatre, Tooley Street

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Annual Emerging Artists Exhibition

“What is the Point?”
6-17 November, 2017
Camden Image Gallery, London

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2016 • 2015 • 2014 • 2013

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