While most people come for the cafe, the Campari, and the views, visitors to Frank's Bar, situated atop a multi-storey car park in Peckham, can't fail to notice the artworks strewn liberally around the wide concrete bays.
Into its fourth year now, Bold Tendencies is organised by Hannah Barry Gallery. As in previous exhibitions the sculptures on display are of the hit-and-miss variety, and as in much contemporary abstract art, try too hard sometimes, particularly when it comes to naming conventions, some of which here manage to be far more interesting than the objects themselves. Amidst these often po-faced installations, only Edward Fornieles' The Gift of Gum hints at a much-needed sense of humour.
There is, however, a definite correlation between how much you'll enjoy the art and the exact quantity of cocktails you've imbibed, so best order that third Moscow Mule before perusing.
Bold Tendencies is on levels 7-10 of Peckham multi-storey car park, 95a Rye Lane, SE15 4ST. Nearest station Peckham Rye. It runs until 30th September, and entry is free.