The Art of Grieving

The Art of Grieving exhibitions provide artists with a forum to share work related to bereavement, loss and death.

The Art of Grieving

When? Monday 10 June - Tuesday 9 July (open Monday - Friday from 9.00am til 4.00pm)

Where? Gallery 101, 101 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4EH

Cost? Free admission, no booking required

Art of Grieving at Gallery 101

The Art of Grieving was founded by Kate Ray in 2017, when she was a trustee of Bereavement Matters in St Albans.

Exhibitions happen every two years when artists are invited to submit work of any type – paintings, sculptures, photos, short films, textiles, songs and poetry about loss, bereavement or death. The exhibitions help break the taboo around these topics.

For the first time, patient artwork will be displayed at the exhibition with a piece called ‘Community Spirit’ a jigsaw collectively created by our inpatients and led by patient Ian Murray whose amiable character engaged and brought solace to others who were part of the community within the unit.