Contemporary art gallery focused on multidisciplinary, multi-media practices and international artists

Housed in an architecturally re-purposed former religious building just south of Tate Modern, Copperfield engages with emerging and established artists, focusing on multidisciplinary, multi-media practices. Since its opening the gallery has worked with international artists, art fairs and projects from the outset, with a focus on supporting represented artists and thoroughly curated programming. Diversity in terms of geography, gender, and age has been a priority. The gallery has a growing international collector base thanks to regular participation in international fairs.

6 Copperfield Street
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  • Jasleen Kaur: Be Like Teflon, Opens 04 June 2021

    Jasleen Kaur

    Be Like Teflon, 2019

    co-published by Glasgow Women's Library and Dent–De –Leone

    Jasleen Kaur: Be Like Teflon

    Opens 04 June 2021
    Copperfield, London is pleased to present Jasleen Kaur's first solo show in London. The exhibition will offer an intimate reading and viewing space that will focus around two main works: the book Be Like Teflon, that gives title to the exhibition, and the film Ethnoresidue. Be Like Teflon uncovers the untold, hidden herstories of Indian women living in Britain commissioned by Panel and Glasgow Women's Library. Kaur's research focused upon the Library's collection and the voices she found to be missing. She found a need for a new book - part transcript, part cookbook, part collection of essays - that foregrounds lost or underrepresented experience, and where the daily act of communal cooking could serve as an intimate space to debunk myths of a voiceless, compliant South Asian woman misrepresented through a colonial gaze. Speaking about the inspiration behind the book Jasleen said: 'It is both an inherited and personal...