Location: A.P.T Gallery, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London, SE8 4SA

Open 12 noon to 6pm, Thursday to Sunday
also Wednesday 9 June

A Persistent Place presents the work of Amanda Loomes, James Milne, Pierre Kellenberger, Michael Kirkham and Charlotte C Mortensson. In archeological terms, a persistent place describes a meaningful location repeatedly visited and inhabited but over decades and centuries.

The five artists have documented the social, physical and cultural importance of a place/places that have a personal resonance for them. With work from Zurich, Liverpool, South Wales, Surrey and Trench Town, Jamaica, the exhibition focuses primarily on architecture and social history and incorporates photography, video and drawing.

The show is a continuation of the exhibition of the same name which was held in Kunsthäuschen Herrliberg, Switzerland in May and June 2019. Both exhibitions have been curated by exhibiting artist, Charlotte C Mortensson.