On 20 May, Fulham Town Hall opened its doors for the first time in more than a decade to play host to Art in the Age of Now, a free group show featuring sculpture, street art and installation. Curated by Art Below founder Ben Moore, it spans the entirety of the vast space (52,000 square feet in total) and includes work by more than 100 local artists made in lockdown.
Explore street art by the likes of Angry Dan, Lucie Flynn and Luap in the labyrinthine basement and Moore’s recreation of Stonehenge in the great hall. On show in the grandiose ballroom are sculptures by Joe Rush made from salvaged material including F15 bombers and Soviet tanks.
Elsewhere, you’ll see Charlotte Colbert’s striking Mastectomy Mameria, three dedicated spaces dedicated to women in art and works by Conrad Shawcross, Sarah Maple and Gary Mansfield. The Grade II listed building is slated for redevelopment in 2022, so don’t miss this rare opportunity to peruse its hallowed halls.