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Coming to Nine Elms in 2022

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Published on
December 22, 2021


As 2021 draws to a close and we reflect on a fantastic year for Nine Elms, there’s plenty of exciting changes to look forward to in 2022, from arts and culture to refreshed outdoor sport and play areas, improvements to the public realm and much more.

Scroll through our images to see what’s in store for 2022 in this thriving part of Wandsworth!

Matt’s Gallery, Nine Elms’ first 'Cultural Anchor Tenants' move into their new premises this spring.

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The gallery’s 25-year lease ‘Cultural Anchor’ tenancy is a key part of Wandsworth Council’s strategy to embed arts and culture within the regeneration area which is set to benefit residents and visitors. The new Matt’s Gallery space on Ponton Road is ideally located just minutes from the new Nine Elms Tube station, through the new Arch 42 pedestrian route. Matt’s Gallery is one of the UK’s leading contemporary art galleries. It has supported the making of new and innovative work since its foundation in 1979. During this time, it has been an independent and influential force in the visual arts sector, both nationally and internationally, championing the careers of artists such as Willie Doherty, Benedict Drew, Jimmie Durham, Susan Hiller, Mike Nelson, Nathaniel Mellors, Lindsay Seers, Tai Shani, Marianna Simnett and Imogen Stidworthy. Image credit: Matt's Gallery

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