Games We Play: Off-Site Project, King's Cross London

Games We Play is the inaugural free outdoor exhibition organised in partnership with the Outside Art Project in King's Cross, London. 

The Outside Art Project - one the largest free and permanent outdoor gallery spaces in London - offers unhindered access to photographic and 2D art exhibitions from the highest calibre artists reflecting a wide range of styles and mediums. Featuring the vibrant, visually arresting work of photographers Julie Cockburn, Luke Stephenson and Weronika Gęsicka, fifteen 2m-wide seating benches will be located in the open spaces of the King’s Cross Estate until the beginning of September 2020.  The selection of photographs on display offer witty and subversive takes on traditional leisure time and summer activities. 

Brett Rogers, Director of The Photographers’ Gallery, said: “Games We Play goes to the heart of our mission, stimulating deeper engagement with contemporary photography – the most accessible art medium of our time. In advance of the Gallery’s own plans to transform the public realm outside its Soho venue during the course of 2021, this partnership represents an exciting opportunity for the public to enjoy photography outdoors within the safe and attractive spaces afforded by N1C.”

Take a stroll though the King's Cross Estate, pause for a rest on one of the benches, and tag us (@tpgprintsales) in your photos with #gamesweplay !

For any enquiries relating to Julie Cockburn, Luke Stephenson, or Weronika Gęsicka please contact: