South Parade is a project space dedicated to contemporary art in Deptford, South East London.

South Parade was founded in December 2020. As project space, South Parade aims to develop a year round exhibition programme working with early to mid career artists. The programme will focus on painting, sculpture and works on paper predominately. In the short term, South Parade’s goal is sustain itself through the sale of artworks featured in their exhibition programme. Accessible from central London, the gallery space is situated in Deptford on the same street as other galleries and creative enterprises and a short walk from Goldsmiths and other artist studios.

South Parade
Enclave 9, 50 Resolution Way
+44 773 604 3183
  • James Fuller: Perfect Living, 06 May - 12 June 2021

    James Fuller
    Soft Furnishings, 2021
    Wax and mineral composite, dye
    40cm x 35cm x 30 cm
    Courtesy the Artist and South Parade, London

    James Fuller: Perfect Living

    06 May - 12 June 2021
    Fuller’s practice, possessing a rich material palette, combines traditional craft and mass production. The domestic and industrial worlds are fused together through many hours of research and development; experimental processes and collaborations. Intuitive gestures initiate a series of procedures, and the materials that he samples, cuts or crushes are combined to form objects that contain an unassertive eloquence. The exhibition provides us with a window into Fuller’s studio practice. A process or system developed for one task, for example rotational moulding, is redeployed and repurposed for another. Minimising waste and loss in the production of an object is now a matter of urgency.