Purdy Hicks Gallery, Hopton's Almshouses, Jerwood Space and Dulwich Picture Gallery are all displaying the work of sculpture by Peter Randall-Page during September.
Two large examples of Randall-Page's work can be seen on the lawn of nearby Hopton's Almshouses.
The Jerwood Space on Union Street is showing three new works acquired on long-term loan sculpted from rare pink multi figured Rossa Luna marble. Further works were on show in the main gallery to coincide with Open House London.
Further afield, Dulwich Picture Gallery has begun its bicentenary celebrations by displaying its first ever contemporary sculpture acquisition. The work by Randall-Page is called Walking the Dog and is inspired by the gallery's own building.
Peter Randall-Page created the memorial to Mohegan Chieftain Sachem Mahomet Weyonomon in Southwark Cathedral's southern churchyard. This was unveiled by the Queen in 2006. His Exotic Cargo can be seen on the riverside at the east end of Butler's Wharf.