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About us

Maudsley Long Gallery

About us

Maudsley Long Gallery

About us

Maudsley Long Gallery

About us

Maudsley Long Gallery

The Maudsley Long Gallery is currently open only to hospital staff and patients. It is closed to the public due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Maudsley Long Gallery showcases work connected to South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust,  Maudsley Charity  and our partners. 

We host three shows a year as themed exhibitions including invited solo shows, work by young people, community projects and selected touring exhibitions from Bethlem Gallery. We also provide a space to showcase the work of artists connected to the Trust.

Maudsley Long Gallery was established in 2013 following a grant from the  Maudsley Charity. The gallery space uses a staff corridor that was previously locked and unused. Now open to everyone, the space is managed and curated by Bethlem Gallery.

For more information about the gallery, email sam.curtis@bethlemgallery.com

There is also a small exhibition space (three locked cabinets) next to the gallery that is managed by the Maudsley Charity. We invite applications from people who wish to exhibit in this space. Download a copy of the application form here.


How to find us

Enter the Maudsley Hospital through the main entrance on Denmark Hill. Turn left past the reception desk and follow the signs to the Long Gallery. We’re open daily from 8am to 6pm.


Current exhibition

Unescorted #10

Unescorted #10 is an exhibition showcasing work by service users from our Trust’s Forensic Services, featuring painting, drawing, photography and sculpture. It will also feature documentation of artistic process carried out on and off the wards through the pandemic.

Unescorted #10 speaks to our recent shared experiences of physical restriction through artworks that convey the artists’ unique perspectives. The exhibition is open between 1 October 2021 and 4 February 2022. Find out more.