Albion Fields open to the public from 7th July 2022, booking system now live
Albion Barn and Fields combines contemporary art with the sublime natural beauty of rural Oxfordshire. The space boasts a 120m² gallery, a 100m² viewing room, a dining room and a library designed by Studio Seilern Architects. Albion Barn opened in 2014, and expanded to include a sculpture park, Albion Fields, in July 2021.
Industrial Light & Magic8 October 2022 - 24 February 2023Open by appointment only. Industrial Light & Magic is the name of the special effects company founded by George Lucas in 1975 which began by bringing to the screen the...
We are currently closed for bookings - Albion Barn and Fields will reopen in Spring 2023.
Situated just outside London, Albion Fields is a new sculpture park set within 50 acres of Oxfordshire countryside. Parts of the grounds have been rewilded - restored to their natural, uncultivated state. The grounds provide unique installation sites for artworks, spanning open vistas to secluded woodland areas with a natural pond.
The monumental and discreet artworks are showcased in harmony with the flora and fauna, the diversity of which is as integral to the ecosystem as it is to Albion Fields' unique atmosphere. Roe deer, badgers, green woodpeckers, hare and owls have all taken up residence on the land since it was retired from intensive agricultural use. Albion Fields was inaugurated on 11th 2021, and is open again in Summer of 2023 with both new and returning artists.
Douglas Gordon...and his friends 18 October 2021 - 21 February 2022Gordon utilises a multimedia approach to mark-making; employing printing, painting, burning and transfer; occassionaly the kitchen sink. His ability to pull from all materials goes beyond the physical properties or...
James Capper MUDSKIPPERVIctoria GARDENS, ROYAL DOCK, Friday 3 September, 4.30pm and Saturday 4 September, 3.30pm August 10, 2021Albion Barn is delighted to announce the last demonstrations of MUDSKIPPER for 2021. James Capper inspired by the evolution of the vertebrates has transformed a nine-metre-long former Thames workboat MUDSKIPPER...