The Maudsley Long Gallery showcases work connected to South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Maudsley Charity and our partners.
The Gallery hosts three shows a year as themed exhibitions, including invited solo shows, work by young people, community projects and selected touring exhibitions from Bethlem Gallery. Additionally we provide a space to showcase the work of artists connected to South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
The Gallery was established in 2013 following a grant from the Maudsley Charity. The gallery space uses a reclaimed staff corridor that was previously locked and unused. The space is now open to everyone. The Long Gallery is managed and curated by Bethlem Gallery and funded by the Maudsley Charity.
How to find the Maudsley Long Gallery
Open daily from 8am to 7pm
Enter the Maudsley Hospital through the main entrance on Denmark Hill. Turn left past the reception desk and follow the signs to the Long Gallery.
The Maudsley Long Gallery
020 3228 2830
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Edward Adamson Festival
In 2014 the Maudsley Charity funded the Edward Adamson Festival, which celebrated the life and work of Edward Adamson (1911-1996), visionary pioneer of art as therapy, and creator of the Adamson Collection; and thirty years since publication of Adamson’s book, ‘Art of Healing’ (1984). The Adamson Festival is the first major survey of Adamson’s work since his death. The exhibition was held at the Maudsley Long Gallery and ORTUS.
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