Pippy Houldsworth Gallery represents a diverse list of established and emerging artists, over three quarters of whom are women. Building strong relationships with public institutions on behalf of its artists is a cornerstone of its mission
Founded in London in 1999, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery with an international roster of emerging and established artists. Since moving to its current premises in 2011, it has focused on greater representation of female artists and intergenerational crossover. The gallery has presented the first UK solo exhibitions of prominent artists, such as Jacqueline de Jong, Dindga McCannon, Faith Ringgold and Carrie Mae Weems, as well as supporting early-career artists, including Angela Heisch, Wangari Mathenge, Nengi Omuku and Jadé Fadojutimi. In its micro-project space, The Box, the gallery has presented solo projects with major artists including...
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
6 Heddon Street

[Wheelchair accessible;
due to small lift cannot accomodate
large-size wheelchairs]
+44 207 734 7760