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Check into the Institute Of Kentish Town

A brief second entry today to plug this excellently-named 5 day pop-up exhibition at the Parlour Gallery, Queen’s Crescent. Its mission? To “gather information through …

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Queen’s Crescent Market

There’s nowhere else in the area like it. Some say it’s rundown and depressing, others that it’s unpretentious and one of the last pockets of …

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Spring Projects & Studios

We heart the long-established Spring Studios and this custom-built 3000ft commercial gallery, which provides a platform for contemporary art, design and fashion, opened in 2008. …

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The Kentish Town! Graffiti

So you like where you live and want to, you know, tell everyone. How do you climb up what is basically a flat wall? And …

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Grafton Road

Grafton Road is coming up in the world. Why? Because this formerly maligned corner of West Kentish Town’s warehouses, factories and yards (mostly remnants of …

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Annroy Gallery

Just past the railway arches on Grafton Road, and backing onto famous Spring Studios, is acclaimed Dazed & Confused photographer Rankin’s Annroy Building. “I wanted …

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Beardsmore Gallery

Tiny but don’t be put off. You might have to ring the bell too. The Beardsmore Gallery is a perfect stop en route from 176 …

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176 Gallery

176 is ace. You could even say it’s one of the most exciting artistic openings since Tate Modern. Housed in an atmospheric Victorian Methodist Chapel …

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