Focused on three gallery spaces across central London, Sadie Coles HQ has been presenting exhibitions of new and established artists for twenty-five years.
Sadie Coles HQ is a London-based contemporary art gallery representing around fifty established and emerging international artists. The gallery opened in London in 1997, with its inaugural exhibition – of new paintings by American painter John Currin – presented in parallel with an offsite show by British artist Sarah Lucas, The Law, at St John Street. This pairing established the international breadth of the gallery's programme, which it has since expanded upon over the past two decades. Since its inception, Sadie Coles HQ has operated from a variety of spaces, mounting numerous off-site projects throughout the city and abroad; most...
Sadie Coles HQ Offsite
169 - 173 Regent Street
London
W1B 4JF
+44 207 493 8611
  • the view from there, 01 - 28 June 2021

    Installation view

    Ma Qiusha, Must Be Beauty, 2009

    in the view from there, Sadie Coles HQ offsite at 169 - 173 Regent Street, London, 1 June - 28 June 2021
    © Lhola Amira

    Courtesy of SMAC Gallery and Sadie Coles HQ, London.
    Photo: Robert Glowacki

    the view from there

    01 - 28 June 2021
    Participating artists: Lhola Amira, Adrián Balseca, Meriem Bennani and Orian Barki, Hannah Brontë, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Mati Diop, Sultan bin Fahad, Ja’Tovia Gary, Krista Gay, Eva Giolo, Ho Tzu Nyen, Shai-Lee Horodi, E.B. Itso, Evi Kalogiropoulou, Bengü Karaduman, Dina Karaman, Julianknxx, Isaki Lacuesta, Yong Xiang Li, Ma Qiusha, Juan Antonio Olivares, Laure Prouvost, Sara Sadik, Prem Sahib, Cemile Sahin, Rico Scagliola and Michael Meier, and Rania Stephan. the view from there is a pop-up exhibition of twenty-seven films from around the world, presented by Sadie Coles HQ in a retail space on London’s vibrant Regent Street. The presentation celebrates the reopening of our dynamic, international city and the welcome return of our audiences. For the month of June 2021, the view from there can be viewed from the street on a 24-hour basis, as well as inside the space during normal gallery hours (Tuesday – Saturday, 11am-6pm). A parallel online...