Scaffold Gallery is a gallery institution without a gallery building, producing unique temporary exhibitions, moving from space to space, showing and promoting early career artists.
All photos from our past exhibitions can be found here, and if you want to see more from any of the talented artists we have worked, with you can find their details on the Associated Artists page.
Join us for Synergy Sessions, regular meet ups for casual art related chat over a few pints, first Monday of every month.
View photos from our latest show, an exhibition featuring nineteen artists exploring the relationship between language, image and art.
Our next exhibition, curated by Ivanna Getrich, explores various ways to get rich. 12 artists, hand-picked by Getrich, each respond to a different method of getting rich, such as Steal, Move To America, Learn Alchemy, or just Pretend.
Exhibition: 11th May
A group show featuring a selection of new works responding to the intentionally antagonistic and possibly ludicrous statement surrounding the existence of the minds most mysterious and ephemeral state.
monthly event: 4th June
Come along to our regular meet ups for casual art related chat over a few pints, first Monday of every month.
We will be skipping May as it clashes with our next install. Next session, 7pm Monday 4th June, venue TBD
An exhibition about the nature of exhibitions, the show will focussed on the culture, history and etiquette of art-shows and 'private-views'.
For the first time ever, Scaffold Gallery presents a collection of pre-existing works, with the exhibition In Visible Lines, taking place as part of Manifest Arts Extras.
Some artists make sometimes make work. Other make non-stop. And there are those who fall out of love with their practice. Presenting, a selection of works rekindling that romance.
In the third and final instalment of The Great Unanswered, artists responded to questions such as Do We Have Free Will? and Can You Really Experience Anything Objectively?
Scaffold Gallery's first official exhibition saw a group of artists respond to the question You Fall Into A Field, Long Grass Breaks Your Fall, You Are Bewildered And Disorientated, Which Way Do You Walk?