There's always something new to see at Burgh House & Hampstead Museum!

Here you will find information about our current and upcoming exhibitions.

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4 exhibitions

Current (1 exhibition)

  • Wild Lands:

    Until 26 September 2021

    Tess Recordon returns to Burgh House with recent paintings and prints.


Coming soon (3 exhibitions)

  • 22 September 2021 to 6 March 2022

    Burgh House is delighted to present Knots, an experimental site-specific exhibition of new work by young British artist, Jonny Briggs. Knots features multi-media interventions, interacting with the exterior and interior of Burgh House, encouraging visitors to reinterpret their surroundings and reconsider roles of familiar objects. Surreal, staged photographs and sculpture will be presented overtly and covertly in dialogue with the museum collection and located throughout the House and garden in a game of hide-and-seek.


  • Seasons on a Spectrum

    17 to 27 November 2021

    Artist Sue Smethurst returns to Burgh House with an exhibition that through the exploration of light captures moments of translucence and opaqueness in her paintings.


  • The Smaller Picture

    29 September to 3 October 2021

    Reflecting on how the last two years have been overshadowed by one global big picture, it occurred to me that most of of my recent work has been about the smaller picture: the beauty of close-to-home landscapes through the changing seasons, the simplicity of a still life, empty interior, or the observation of stoicism, witnessed in the elderly. Perhaps they are all about loneliness, to some degree, and the longing to get back to community, but I see them also as being about patience and using this strange time to take stock of what we have to hand, and treasuring it.