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11 March - 10 June 2023

The Cupboard, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery are delighted to announce the launch of their second exhibition space ‘The Cupboard’; an open call space for artists living and working in Thanet, to further support local creatives. The residency spans three months and is selected by the Founder and Director of Liminal, Louise Fitzjohn. We are thrilled to be working with our first artist JEMIMASARA who will be debuting her installation ‘The Toilet’.



3 - 29 June 2023

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

London-based artist Cedric Christie unveils his solo exhibition, "Infallible," at Liminal Gallery. Featuring bespoke work created for Liminal’s unique space alongside Christie’s saturated wall-based minimalist sculptures, the exhibition invites viewers to question notions of infallibility, self-identity, and the intersection of art and spirituality while showcasing the artist's ability to ignite meaningful conversations.



Co-curated by Liminal Gallery and

The AOP Gallery

6 - 28 May 2023

Private View: Saturday 6 May 5pm-8pm

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery and The AOP Gallery are delighted to present Nocturnes a co-curated solo exhibition with Andrew Torr. It isn’t too far fetched to say that Torr has invented his own version of neo classical landscape painting with his Nocturnes. Each painting has a thin bright line that runs along the horizon and below the trees. The line contains a hive of city life, car lights, brightly lit houses and is placed within a setting that owes more to an old master than an urban

location in London’s zone 2. 



4 March - 13 April 2023

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘Roadworks’, an exhibition by renowned graphic designer Margaret Calvert, best known for her work with Jock Kinneir on the design of a radical new road signing system for the UK, initiated in 1965.

‘Roadworks’ exhibits work that is both serious and playful.


4 - 23 February 2023

Private View: Saturday 4 February 5pm-8pm

Main Space, Liminal Gallery

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Tender moments, tender flesh, tender touch, tender thoughts, tender heart, tender mind; try a little tenderness. 

A tender moment is encapsulated in an act of thoughtfulness; a cup of tea at the end of the day, a gift of flowers, a display of love. Tenderness is to give up one's time, attention, precious moments devoted to another. Tenderness is also pain, a moment of fragility, of weakness. It evokes skin which expands, shrinks, multiplies, and shivers to the touch. Skin which is a dying organism, for surely that is what we all are. A tender morsel of meat, deliciously melts in the mouth. 

Exploring these themes in contrasting ways ‘Try a little Tenderness’ brings together the works of three artists whose practice is unified in the attempt to capture these fleeting moments. 

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Now available to stream

Liminal Gallery Podcast is presented by Louise Fitzjohn, the Founder and Director of Liminal. This podcast is an opportunity to speak with the contemporary artists currently exhibiting in Liminal's Margate-based Gallery. We delve deeper into the artists practice, talk art, the art world and to probe their innermost thoughts about their exhibitions.

Listen now, on the link below, or find us on Apple, Google, Spotify and wherever else you stream yours.


Liminal Gallery represents contemporary artists working across the UK and Ireland, showcasing the internationality and diversity of artists working across the countries. With artists at their core, Liminal seeks to nurture and encourage creative talent, fostering a collaborative community to provide an exciting programme of specially curated exhibitions.


The main ethos of Liminal Gallery is to present an all-round snapshot of what is happening right now in contemporary art, showcasing artists at all stages of their careers working across all mediums. The burgeoning art scene across the UK and Ireland is incredibly exciting and the programming in Liminal aims to reflect this, not focussing on one point of view but providing a cross examination.


Liminal Gallery’s permanent home at 34 Fort Hill, Margate, opened on 1st October 2022 after operating digitally and nomadically since its inception in April 2021. Liminal Gallery Podcast was also launched in October 2022, used as a tool to widen access globally to their artists and their practice. The creative inclusivity of the Margate community is the perfect place for Liminal to take root, to continue to present innovative initiatives and to wholly support their artists careers and grand ideas.

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