community group visits to autograph's gallery

For more than 30 years we have worked with diverse groups and communities using photography to explore and express issues of identity, representation, social justice and human rights. We welcome community groups of all ages and levels of interest to come to our gallery.

Our current exhibition is Care | Contagion | Community — Self and Other, and is on view until 12 February 2022. If your group is more than 10 people, fill in our short booking form to request a group visit. Fewer than 10 people? You can book free tickets yourself on Eventbrite.

We're here to help! Email if you have any questions.


Everyone is welcome at Autograph. We care about our visitors, staff, artists and community, and are keeping measures in place to help ensure a safe visit for everyone. Have a look at our Visit Us page, it has full information about Covid-19 safety and accessibility at Autograph.


Rivington Place, London

opening times

Wed and Fri: 11am - 6pm
Thursday: 11am - 9pm
Sat: 12 - 6pm

group size

For safety, the maximum number of people allowed in the gallery is 21. If your group is larger than this, it will need to split into two.


Accessible VEnue

Autograph welcomes people with all types of disabilities.

guided tours

Guided tours by staff are not currently available. Your group visit will need to be self-directed.


visit duration

Group visits are available in 1 hour slots.



Help us keep everyone safe. If you are able to, please wear a face covering during your visit.


Step free

Our building and entrance is step free. A wheelchair accessible lift goes to all floors.


accessible Toilets

Each floor has an accessible toilet. All toilets are single-occupancy and unisex.

request to book a group visit

Ready to book your group visit to Autograph's gallery? Click here to access our booking form, where you can request a time and date for your visit, and a member of Autograph's team will get back to you shortly.

our community projects

We work with a diverse range of community groups including youth clubs, seniors, adult social care, heritage and photography groups, refugee and asylum seekers and young carers. Visit our Projects + Research page to see what we're doing with communities.