Organisational partnerships are key to expanding the potential of our work, and we collaborate on a variety of projects with a broad network of like-minded organisations both in the UK and abroad.
Common Practice is an advocacy group working for the recognition and fostering of the small-scale contemporary visual arts sector in London.
Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany, who promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. The Showroom collaborates with and is supported by Goethe-Institut London.
The Royal College of Art specialises in postgraduate art and design education, situated across three sites at Kensington, Battersea and White City. The Showroom continues to foster relationships with degree programmes and professionals across the University as part of their outreach network and wider collaborative community.
The Department of Visual Cultures specialise in contemporary art history and theory, curating, and research architecture, exploring new forms of art theory and history, art practice and visual culture. The Showroom is part of the department's wider institutional network.
University of the Arts London are a university group specialising in art, design, performing arts, communications and culture. The Showroom continues to foster relationships with degree programmes and professionals across the University as part of their outreach network and wider collaborative community, as well as participating in the annual AWP Internship Programme.
Lisson Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with locations in London, New York and Shanghai. Lisson Gallery continues to provide support and assistance to The Showroom.
Circular Facts (2009–2011) was a network of three European contemporary art organisations: Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory (Utrecht), Objectif Exhibitions (Antwerp), The Showroom (London) in partnership with Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen and Electric Palm Tree.
COHAB was a network of three European arts organisations comprising The Showroom, London; Casco, Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht, and Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm. For two years (2012–2014) COHAB investigated meaningful ways in which artists (and organisations) can be deeply invested within their local contexts and at the same time form close dialogues on an international arena
Cluster is a network of eight contemporary visual art organisations located in residential areas situated on the peripheries of European cities, extending to the Middle East with one member in Holon, Israel.
The Showroom, Chisenhale Gallery and Studio Voltaire worked together on a shared programme of contemporary art commissioning and research, over three years (2013–2016) combining knowledge and resources to discover what it can do together that it cannot do alone.
SOUTH SOUTH is an online platform dedicated to art from the Global South. The Showroom collaborated to curate the Institutional Hybridity Think Tank as part of SOUTH SOUTH's inaugural 2021 event SOUTH SOUTH VEZA.
Created by artist Josef O’Connor, CIRCA commissions a different artist each month to present new ideas that consider our world now. Each artist is invited to create a new work for the Piccadilly Lights, Europe’s largest screen, that offers an innovative and exciting way for London to engage with art, both outside and at home, in a safe and socially distanced way.