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Welcome to Coldharbour

London Studios

Exceptional Artist Studios


About Us

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Based off Coldharbour Lane on the Camberwell and Brixton border, Coldharbour London Studios is a 15,000 sq ft former print factory which has been converted into a variety of exceptional artist studios.


We offer an array of individual or shared, well-insulated studios, all with free high-speed Wifi.


 Coldharbour London Studios is a creative sanctuary to over 80 artists, consisting of painters, jewellers, sculptors, 

installation artists, fashion designers, photographers, hat makers, video makers and much more.


We open our doors twice a year to the public for our summer and Christmas open studio events, as part of Camberwell Arts Festival. 



Artists need a space to dream, to create, to inspire and to be inspired.


-At Coldharbour London Studios,  we understand this well, which is why we provide a comfortable safe haven away from the busy hustle and bustle of everyday life.



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26 - 34 Southwell Road, London, SE5 9PG

 Brixton Station:                              0.8 Miles 

Loughborough Junction:               0.3 Miles

Denmark Hill Station:                    0.6 Miles


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Previous Exhibitions

Coldharbour London Launch Exhibition

Coldharbour London Launch Exhibition

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ILLUMINATION brought together the work of established contemporary artists - Adam Barker Mill, Lawrence Lek, Luke Montgomery, Molly Smyth and Kirstie Macleod.

The Day the Factory Died

Photographer Christophe Von Hohenberg was at St. Patrick's Cathedral on April 1, 1987, the day 2,000 people turned out to say goodbye to the artist and founder of The Factory, Andy Warhol.

Painting Rituals

An exhibition of  work by Jill Mulleady, Lindsey Bull and Maria Thurn und Taxis, that explored the process and application of marks within painting.

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