About

Cross Lane Projects is a contemporary art gallery with locations set in Kendal, Cumbria and  Vestry St, London.

Kendal

Founded in 2018 by painter Rebecca Scott and artist Mark Woods, Cross Lane Projects aims to bring new and contemporary art to Cumbria and is situated in a former Kendal Mint Cake factory.

Cross Lane Projects presents a curated programme of contemporary exhibitions by local, international and British artists with accompanying talks and events.

Exhibitions are held in Spring through to Autumn, including working alongside the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.

The gallery does not represent artists but curates shows from invitations. The exhibition programme is curated a year in advance. We do not take submissions.

Since opening on 29 June 2018 with Female Trouble – Paula Rego & Rebecca Scott, we have been delighted with the response from visitors and press who have welcomed Cross Lane Projects in Kendal. View a round-up of our opening media coverage here. In 2019, we were shortlisted as a Finalist (Venue) for the Cumbria Life Culture Awards.

London

In the Summer of 2022, Cross Lane Projects’ the new gallery in Vestry St in Hoxton, London.

Visitors are invited into this uniquely intimate space to read, reflect, discuss and view contemporary art in a salon-like setting.

Located in a private residence on the road that bears its name, Vestry St presents a programme of curated exhibitions and events by leading contemporary artists, both local and international.

The gallery does not represent artists but curates shows from invitations. The exhibition programme is curated a year in advance. We do not take submissions.

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