• Catrin Morgan has been awarded a residency at the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale (NY, USA). From October to December 2017 she will develop an editioned artist book based on images of St. Jerome in Medieval and Old Masters paintings.

  • Tom Hackney is one of the three prizewinners of the Creekside Open 2017 with the sculpture LINCOLN/WILSON (2016) selected by Alison Wilding. The exhibition runs at A.P.T. Gallery until 2 July 2017.

  • We launched KASPER PINCIS dalla Rosa's first publication on 8 April, the book is now available on our online store.

  • Emily Speed's solo exhibition BODY BUILDERS at the Phoenix (Exeter) opens Thursday 19 January and runs until Saturday 4 March. For more information on Speed's project and her artist talk (11 February) please visit Phoenix's website.

  • Kasper Pincis is part of the group exhibition DESKTOP together with Alexandra Baraitser, Roland Hicks, Sirpa Pajunen-Moghissi, and Ekkehard Altenburger. The show runs 25 - 26 January at The Office Group, 91 Wimpole Street, London W1.

  • Jessie Brennan is one of the panelists at Brutalism Redux: Resuscitating the urban politics of brutalist architecture, an event organised by Oli Mould and bringing together academics, artists and campaigners working on brutalism to discuss whether there is space for a brutalist politics, as well as brutalist style in our contemporary cities. The other panelists are Chris Beanland (writer, author of ‘Concrete Concept’), Catherine Croft (Director of the Twentieth Century Society), Oliver Carpenter (Associate Curator of Infrastructure and Built Environment, Science Museum), Oli Mould (Lecturer in Human Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London). Free tickets / location: Science Museum Dana Research Centre & Library, 165 Queens Gate, London SW7 5HD / time: 27 January, from 4 pm.


  • Kasper Pincis is part of the group show Fabrik opening 7 October at Galerie L'Inlassable (127, rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris).

  • Catrin Morgan shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize, showing at the Jerwood Space until 23 October and then touring to Bath, Leigh, and Bournemouth.

  • We are pleased to announce that dalla Rosa is reopening at the ground floor of 3 Leighton Place, NW5 2QL. Our inaugural exhibition is Jessie Brennan: If This Were To Be Lost, 30 September - 29 October 2016. More details here.

  • Artists Jessie Brennan, Marc Atkinson and Matt Lewis have all spent the last year ‘in residence’ in Peterborough, hosted by arts organisation Metal. The culmination of these projects is RESIDENT, an exhibition gathering work developed by the three artists in collaboration with Peterborough's residents, opening at Peterborough City Gallery 22 July - 28 August 2016.

  • On Tuesday 31 May Cassiopeia will take part in the event Speaking Signs, organised by Local Transport at the Southbank Centre, for information and tickets please see here.

  • Jessie Brennan's project and book Regeneration! featured in Chris Sharratt opinion piece for Frieze Art Brut: Will brutalism's greatest legacy be its influence on artists?

  • Kasper Pincis short talk part of Sluice event at the Averard Hotel, Saturday 21 May, more information here.

  • Cassiopeia is a collaborative project by Catrin Morgan, Amy Goodwin, Anne Harild, Hannah Rae Alton, and Irene Vidal Cal. In 2016 the project will be developed through workshops, exhibitions in different venues, and a book. Follow Cassiopeia's progress on their twitter feed and support the project here.

  • dalla Rosa would like to congratulate artist Jessie Brennan and the Foundling Museum for the recent acquisition by the Victoria & Albert Museum of A Fall of Ordinariness and Light (2014), the series of drawings commissioned by the Foundling for their 2014 exhibition Progress. Read Jenny Uglow review of the exhibition here.

  • In 2016 dalla Rosa will publish a book on Kasper Pincis' practice, the publication will include an essay by Melanie Vandenbrouck (Curator of Art at the Royal Museums Greenwich) and a Q&A with the artist. For more details contact the gallery.


  • In January 2016 dalla Rosa is taking part in the London Art Fair - find us at stand P6 of Art Projects, where we will present new and recent work by Jessie Brennan and Kasper Pincis. London Art Fair 2016, 20 - 24 January, Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London N1 0QH (visiting information).

  • Kasper Pincis featured in the new book The Art of Typewriting, edited by Marvin and Ruth Sackner, Thames & Hudson (2015), preface by John Maeda, foreword by Steven Heller, ISBN 9780500241493.

  • Jessie Brennan published the book Regeneration! Conversations, Drawings, Archives and Photographs from Robin Hood Gardens. Commissioned by HS Projects, and supported by Insight Community Arts Programme (2014 - 15), contributors Owen Hatherley and Richard Martin, ISBN 9780993023118.

  • After three great years in EC1 dalla Rosa is moving out of 121 Clerkenwell Road. We enjoyed working in this lively area of London and look forward to continuing our exhibitions programme and developing new projects - in the meantime we will be at Multiplied Art Fair this October. Subscribe to dalla Rosa newsletter if you wish to receive updates on the gallery and artists.

  • Frieze Magazine issue 172 features Catrin Morgan in the article by Charlie Fox 'A Very Peculiar Place. The intermingling of art and illustration in the work of Catrin Morgan, Jockum Nordström, Tomi Ungerer and others'.

  • Karl Bielik and Ben Cove have been selected for the London Open 2015, the Whitechapel Gallery triennial exhibition (15 July - 6 September). Sculpture, painting, performance, moving image, photography, printmaking and many other media and practices showcase some of the most dynamic work being made across the capital in 2015. Visit the Whitechapel Gallery website for more information on the London Open and related events.

  • Catrin Morgan solo exhibition Relay reviewed by Modern Painters (May issue).

  • Madame Le Figaro features Caroline Corbasson in the Culture section, read the article here.

  • Jessie Brennan is part of the Drawing Biennial 2015 (5 March - 30 April), an exhibition and online auction featuring over 200 new and recent works on paper by established and emerging artists. Organised and hosted by Drawing Room (London), more details and information about bidding here.

  • To Fill A Void opens Thursday 26 February at APT Gallery, the group exhibition curated by Kasper Pincis includes work by Caroline Corbasson, Anthony Faroux, Andy Wicks, and Pincis. Supported by Arts Council England the show will run till Sunday 15 March. More information and opening times on APT Gallery website.

  • The Flaneur reviews Catrin Morgan solo exhibition Relay, read the article here.

  • Curated by artists Matthew Macaulay and Terry Greene Contemporary British Abstraction is a group show presenting 35 artists, including work by Greene, David Webb and Gwennan Thomas. Open to the public every Saturday (11 - 3 pm) at SE9 Container Gallery, running from 28 February to 11 April.


  • Kasper Pincis' new artist book included in the group exhibition A Union of Voices at Horatio Junior, 13 December - 23 January 2015.

  • Read about Richard Ducker solo exhibition HUM at Angus-Hughes Gallery.

  • Read about Jeremy Evans solo exhibition My Left Hand Wants to Buy Me a House at ASC Gallery and watch his performance Make Yourself a Home.

  • The Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry (Miami) recently acquired for its collection an original folio and limited edition LXVI book by Kasper Pincis.

  • We are delighted to announce that the National Art Library, part of Victoria and Albert Museum, acquired for its collection an original folio and limited edition LXVI book by Kasper Pincis.

  • Thursday 3 April Catrin Morgan presents Taxonomy of Deception at the Royal College of Art, the show contains work made over the last four years in support of and influenced by Catrin's PhD research.

  • Kasper Pincis' work included in the forthcoming publication Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology, written by Barrie Tullett and due to be published by Laurence King in May 2014.

  • Upcoming: galleries in EC1 and WC1 London Gallery Day, 25 and 26 April.

  • London Art Fair round up of reviews and mentions: Apollo Magazine online, Artfetch, Culture 24, The Learned Pig.


  • dalla Rosa is taking part in Sluice Art Fair with Carta, a curated display of work by Richard Ducker, Caroline Kha, Catrin Morgan, and Kasper Pincis. Sluice runs Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 October from 12 to 9 pm at 47/49 Tanner Street, SE1 3PL (Art Review mention).

  • Jeremy Evans will take part in the performance series The Oral Tradition organised and hosted by Camden Arts Centre. Jeremy's performance is on Wednesday 11 September (7 - 8 pm), watch the performance here.

  • Artangel selected 100 submissions from the 2013 online Open and shared on their website. You can browse a variety of ideas including 150,738,274,937,250 Bletchley Park Mansions a collaborative project by Catrin Morgan, Colin Z. Robertson, and Studio Julia.

  • EC1/WC1 GALLERIES DAY - Saturday 18 May 2013 (12 - 8 pm): many of the increasing number of galleries located in London's EC1/WC1 postcodes will be extending opening hours and organising special performances and events. The open day is based on the area's new 'art map'. dalla Rosa will be open with Catrin Morgan's solo show The Age of Wire and String.

  • Richard Ducker has been shortlisted for the Creekside Open 2013, selected by Paul Noble. Exhibition open 2 - 26 May at A.P.T. Gallery.

  • dalla Rosa Gallery featured in the Telegraph online as one of the 2013 Art Projects' highlights at the London Art Fair.

  • In January dalla Rosa Gallery returns to the London Art Fair with Celestial Bodies, a curated show of work by Bozhinov/Ricci and Christina Mitrentse. Visit us at STAND P5 of the Art Projects (16 - 20 January, Business Design Centre, Islington, visiting information).


  • Corinna Spencer reviews CROSS SECTION/02 on Garageland Magazine blog, read the article.

  • The Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012 exhibition is now open at Jerwood Gallery in Hastings, all works on show are by the selected artists, including Kasper Pincis. The show closes on 6 January 2013.

  • Horton Gallery is showing Aaron McElroy's first solo exhibition in New York, Aaron McElroy: 200 and Something Notes is open till 6 January 2013.

  • Time Out London mentions dalla Rosa Gallery in the article Has the East Ended? by Helen Sumpter (19 October 2012), read the article.

  • Artlyst review of the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012, Kasper Pincis' Four Tent Pegs (2012) are one of the highlights, read the article.

  • Kasper Pincis has been selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012 with two works. The prizes will be awarded on Tuesday 11 September and works will be on show at the Jerwood Space from 12 September to 28 October.

  • Caroline Kha and Kasper Pincis showing at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

  • Gabriel Coxhead reviews Jeremy Evans: Book of Numbers on Time Out, to read the article click here.

  • dalla Rosa inaugurates its new premises in Clerkenwell with the exhibition Jeremy Evans: Book of Numbers (18 May - 22 June 2012). Private View on Thursday 17 May (6 - 8 pm), find directions in our contact page.

  • Berlin gallery Aanant&Zoo is holding a solo exhibition of Kasper Pincis' new work, Perek opens 25 February.

  • dalla Rosa is taking part in the London Art Fair, Art Projects section (18 - 22 January). We are presenting a curated display with the title The Two Paths, the artists involved are Jeremy Evans,Caroline Kha, Aaron Mc Elroy, and Kasper Pincis. Find us at stand P6, Islington Business Centre, Angel.


  • In November Kasper Pincis presented Typee an installation of new work and a selection of his collection of typewriters at Utrophia, Deptford.

  • Aaron McElroy is part of CAPRICIOUS: Continuity of Chaos, a group exhibition hosted by Foam in Amsterdam until 4 September.

  • Greig Burgoyne featured in Drawing Paper #3.

  • Works by Aaron McElroy have been included in The Collector's Guide to New Art Photography, Vol. 2, published by Humble Art Foundation.

  • Reena Makwana and Nest Gallery are taking part in WOW (Women of the World) festival 11-13 March, Southbank Centre.

  • Kate Greyner review of Greig Burgoyne's wall drawings at Edinburgh City Art Centre, Morning Star (11 March 2011).

  • Aaron McElroy Traces series is included in issue #11 of Capricious Magazine, a biannual publication dedicated to showcasing emerging fine art photography. More info here.