1st - 30th October 2022

34 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD

Liminal Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of a permanent gallery space in Margate. The debut exhibition will be ‘Tarogramma’ with London-based, Scottish artist Damien Cifelli. Cifelli’s work explores the fictional realm of Tarogramma; a civilisation which in parts is comfortingly familiar yet wildly bizarre in their peculiarities. The canvases feature tight, flat realism combined with a daringly bold palette while referencing historical paintings, sculptures and museum artefacts. Cifelli approaches his work as a traveller, or archaeologist, piecing together recounts, relics and memorabilia to present an overall sense of the mythical world which could be an afterlife, an alien civilisation, a parallel world disrupted by the flutter of a butterfly's wing, a dream, or completely fictitious. 

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24th May - 14th June 2022

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘Pining’ an online solo exhibition by Lindsey Jean McLean. Miniature women dance across their own canvases, their naked bodies exploring the lush surroundings promoting sensuality and the experience of touch.  They dominate the space with a wilderness curiosity, sharing with us their delight as their bodies meld into the landscape around them; entwined in the pines, wading through a stream, surfacing between rocks.



19th April - 10th May 2022

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘The Pleasures We Feel’ an online solo exhibition by Olivia Strange. Witch-like talons, breasts, tentacles and oysters intermingle in Strange’s multi-disciplinary works, celebrating the physicality of touch and engaging new dialogues around queer sensuality and sexuality. They hinge on a sense of intimacy and desire, the deliciously edible and the grotesque.



15th March - 5th April 2022

3 Works for 3 Weeks Series

Liminal Gallery is delighted to present ‘As Though I Had Wings’ an online solo exhibition by Liz Crossfield. Layered abstract marks with spring-like colouring lay the foundations for Crossfield’s beautiful canvases. Detectible paintings run amok with expressive mark-making and a rich vibrancy. Full of wonderment and curiosity, the artist takes the viewer onto a journey, seeing the world through her extraordinary lens.


Liminal Gallery specialises in the representation of emerging to mid-career 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 emerging talent, fostering a collaborative community to provide an exciting programme of specially curated exhibitions.


Liminal Gallery is delighted to announce their permanent home at 34 Fort Hill, Margate. The creative inclusivity of the community is the perfect place for Liminal to take root, to continue to present innovative initiatives to widen access to their artists works in order to wholly support their careers, aspirations and grand ideas.