Bold Tendencies is a non profit summertime sculpture project dedicated to showcasing new art by international artists. Held on the top four floors of a disused multistorey car park in Peckham, South London with spectacular views across the city. Bold Tendencies is commited to supporting the vision of artists and actively engaging audiences.
Founded in 2007, Bold Tendencies has welcomed over 45,000 visitors in 2010 (30,000 in 2009).
Bold Tendencies is free to visit and has welcomed audiences from local residents to international tourists. Press feedback has been universally positive, and leading figures from the art world have offered their praise.
The popular Frank’s Cafe & Campari Bar designed by Practice Architecture (Paloma Gormley & Lettice Drake) occupies a temporary building alongside the sculptures on the roof.
Bold Tendencies is part of the Cultural Learning Alliance.