Artists


  • Invader
  • Sturtevant
  • Yelena Popova
  • Aaron Roth
  • Ahnnlee Lee
  • Albert Oehlen
  • Alexander Calder
  • Alexandre da Cunha
  • Alfredo Jaar
  • Ali Cherri
  • Alighiero Boetti
  • Allora & Calzadilla
  • Amanda Moström
  • Amy Bernstein
  • Amy Sillman
  • Ana Milenkovic
  • Andro Wekua
  • Andy Warhol
  • Angela Santana
  • Anish Kapoor
  • Anna Solal
  • Anna Woodward
  • Anselm Kiefer
  • Arpita Singh
  • Atis Rezistans
  • Avis Newman
  • Balthus
  • Banksy
  • Basil Beattie
  • Bassam Al-Sabah
  • Ben Schonzeit
  • Benjamin Spiers
  • Betsy Bradley
  • Bill Daggs
  • Bob Colacello
  • Brice Marden
  • Bruno Pacheco
  • Callum Innes
  • Camilla Løw
  • Candice Lin
  • Caragh Thuring
  • Cary Kwok
  • Cary Kwok
  • Catinca Malaimare
  • Cecily Brown
  • Charles Avery
  • Charles Bell
  • Charline von Heyl
  • Che Lovelace
  • Cherry Aribisala
  • Christina Mackie
  • Christopher WooI
  • Christopher Wool
  • Claude Viallat
  • D Harding
  • Dana Awartani
  • Danny Fox
  • Danny Gretscher
  • David Hammons
  • David Hockey
  • David Kim Whittaker
  • David Olatoye
  • David Reed
  • Don Eddy
  • Dongwook Suh
  • Edward Thomasson
  • Emilio Vedova
  • Estefanía Batista Flores
  • Feifei Zhou
  • Florence Peake
  • Francesco Arena
  • Frank Auerbach
  • Frank Bowling
  • Futura
  • Gary Simmons
  • George Rouy
  • Gerhard Richter
  • Girjesh Kumar Singh
  • Godfried Donkor
  • Harold Offeh
  • Hawazin Alotaibi
  • Helen Marden
  • Hessie
  • Ian McKeever
  • Irmel Kamp
  • Iryna Maksymova
  • Isaac Julien
  • Isamu Noguchi
  • J. M. W. Turner
  • Jacqueline Humphries
  • Jadé Fadojutimi
  • Jake Elwes
  • Jamie Fitzpatrick
  • Jane Dickson
  • Jean François Krebs
  • Jean-Luc Mylayne
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat
  • Jean-Philippe Dordolo
  • Jennie C. Jones
  • Jeremiah Day
  • Joe Bradley
  • John Baeder
  • John Salt
  • John Zurier
  • Jonas Lund
  • Jonathan McCree
  • Joseph Beuys
  • Julie Mehretu
  • Karrabing Film Collective
  • Kateřina Šedá
  • Katharina Grosse
  • Keith Haring
  • Kottie Paloma
  • Laila Majid
  • Laura Owens
  • Lawrence Lek
  • Lee Ufan
  • Lefty Out There
  • Leila Al-Yousuf
  • Leon Kossoff
  • Lesley Vance
  • Lisa Milroy
  • Lisa-Marie Harris
  • Louis Blue Newby
  • Lucy Raven
  • Lulu Bennett
  • Madeleine Pledge
  • Maisie Cousins
  • Maki Na Kamura
  • Marc Chagall
  • Marco Pariani
  • Mark Bradford
  • Mark Grotjahn
  • Mary Heilmann
  • Mary Weatherford
  • Matisse
  • Matt Connors
  • Max Wade
  • Mikey Cuddihy
  • Moyra Davey
  • Musquiqui Chihying
  • Myrid Carten
  • Narumi Nekpenekpen
  • Natalia Romik
  • Nathlie Provosty
  • Niamh O'Malley
  • Nika Kutateladze
  • Nil Yalter
  • Nour Jaouda
  • Nour Mobarak
  • Oliviero Toscani
  • Olu Ogunnaike
  • Oscar Murillo
  • Otobong Nkanga
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Pamela Helena Wilson
  • Pat Steir
  • Patricia Dominguez
  • Patrick Caulfield
  • Peter Davies
  • Qualeasha Wood
  • Ralph Goings
  • Rene Matić
  • RETNA
  • Reverend Joyce McDonald
  • Rex Southwick
  • Richard Aldrich
  • Richard Burnside
  • Richard Estes
  • Richard Hambleton
  • Richard Hoblock
  • Richard McLean
  • Richard Prince
  • Robert Bechtle
  • Robert Cottingham
  • Robert Rauschenberg
  • Roberta Booth
  • Robin Megannity
  • Rodel Tapaya
  • Ron Kleemann
  • Rudolf Stingel
  • Ryan Sullivan
  • Sabine Moritz
  • Sahara Longe
  • Samantha Roth
  • Shibu Natesan
  • Sigmar Polke
  • Simon Popper
  • Sola Olulode
  • Stanley Whitney
  • Steph Huang
  • Stephen Polatch
  • Steven Parrino
  • Stik
  • Sue Williams
  • Sujin Lee
  • Suzan Frecon
  • Suzanne Jackson
  • Tae Kim
  • Tauba Auerbach
  • Terry Winters
  • Tesfaye Urgessa
  • Thilo Heinzmann
  • Thomas Müller
  • Thomas Struth
  • Tiago Mestre
  • Tiffany Wellington
  • Tom Allen
  • Tom Blackwell
  • Tomm El-Saieh
  • Tomma Abts
  • Tristan Higginbottom
  • Victoria Cantons
  • Vija Celmins
  • Vikenti Komitski
  • Vincenzo Agnetti
  • Vladimir Nikolic
  • Wade Guyton
  • WeiXin Quek Chong
  • William Waterworth
  • Yayoi Kusama
  • Yoonhee Choi
  • Youyun Yang

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    • a. SQUIRE

      a. SQUIRE

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      a. SQUIRE 3 Princeton Street London WC1R 4AX ChIJl09ejPcbdkgRq4qXyacNGao 51.51969188228435,-0.11702687436215342 a. SQUIRE was founded by Archie Squire in 2023. The gallery supports and promotes critical work by an international group of artists who offer prescient, historically rooted perspectives on our times.
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    • A.I.

      A.I.

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      A.I. 1 Tenter Ground London E1 7NH ChIJFzPLfrQcdkgRnLiuQEwfsr0 51.51792,-0.076 Challenging the notions of East and West
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    • Ab-Anbar

      Ab-Anbar

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      Ab-Anbar 34 Mortimer St London W1W 7JS ChIJKU3VZSobdkgRhaMyArqQ1do 51.51820343215132,-0.1398360597637053 Ab-Anbar opened in 2014 in Tehran with a mission to strengthen the position of contemporary art in Iran regionally and internationally, with a program centred around discovery and experimentation by thought provoking young as well as established artists. In 2020, Ab-Anbar moved its program to a temporary space in London, where this focus has been expanded, bringing a more significant presence for its artists internationally. Today with its new permanent space opening in Fitzrovia, the gallery’s primary goal is to work with young and established artists from many latitudes to expand the dialogue between collectors, museums and curators towards a...
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    • Addis Fine Art

      Addis Fine Art

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      Addis Fine Art 21 Eastcastle St London W1W 8DD ChIJ77uDaNUadkgRs7vTNZmuiwQ 51.516959697674885,-0.13799883335946847 In 2016, Rakeb Sile and Mesai Haileleul co-founded Addis Fine Art, creating the first white-cube gallery space for modern and contemporary art in Ethiopia. Described as one of the 'Most Important Young Galleries in the World' (Artsy 2019), the gallery has since then grown to become one of the leading galleries in Africa, establishing a prominent international platform for artists from the Horn of Africa. In October 2021, the gallery moved into an expanded premises in London, a two-storey gallery space in the heart of Fitzrovia. The London gallery programme encapsulates Addis Fine Art’s commitment to heightened international exposure for,...
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    • Alison Jacques

      Alison Jacques

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      Alison Jacques 22 Cork St London W1S 3NG ChIJNXZ4CysbdkgRU49vwfO68Jo 51.51025782367916,-0.14119082394354884 ALISON JACQUES HAS BUILT A REPUTATION FOR ITS CURATORIAL APPROACH AND PIONEERING COMMITMENT TO UNDER-ACKNOWLEDGED ARTISTS
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    • ALMA PEARL

      ALMA PEARL

      Alma Pearl Unit T, Reliance Wharf, 2-10 Hertford Road London N1 5ET [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJbaCtTqIddkgRIl3iUY0FWBc 51.53748917209342,-0.0788431153442315 ALMA PEARL IS A CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY IN EAST LONDON
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    • ALMINE RECH

      ALMINE RECH

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      ALMINE RECH Broadbent House, Grosvenor Hill London W1K 3JH ChIJbzTU7NUEdkgRTRi3BgddIHI 51.51136799866062,-0.1464839119929474 PARIS | NEW YORK | LONDON | BRUSSELS | SHANGHAI | MONACO
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    • Amanda Wilkinson Gallery

      Amanda Wilkinson Gallery

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      Amanda Wilkinson Gallery 1st Floor, 47 Farringdon Road London EC1M 3JB EjAxc3QgZmxvb3IsIDQ3IEZhcnJpbmdkb24gUmQsIExvbmRvbiBFQzFNIDNK 51.52033188012886,-0.10618142124364895 A gallery exhibiting International Contemporary art
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    • ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

      ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

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      ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY Unit 9, 472 Hackney Road London E2 9EQ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJjfEKN8McdkgRCIZsMzRdpSc 51.531981,-0.057968 Presenting Contemporary Art and Crypto Art
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    • Arcade

      Arcade

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      Arcade Flat Time House 210 Bellenden Rd London SE15 4BW [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJI60vF5kDdkgRVanMhT0meYI 51.466101757197386,-0.07412820362349185 No Justice No Peace
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    • Arusha Gallery

      Arusha Gallery

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      Arusha Gallery 6 Percy Street London W1T 1DQ ChIJeTKTQVMbdkgRiZf0wgeQJRM 51.51813088582747,-0.13368334662563447 Est. 2013, Arusha runs an annual programme of exhibitions, events and fairs
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    • Belmacz

      Belmacz

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      Belmacz 45 Davies Street London W1K 4LX [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ3zTfiiwFdkgRT9kHo0Jme6Q 51.51133,-0.14766 A place for conversations
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    • Ben Brown Fine Arts

      Ben Brown Fine Arts

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      Ben Brown Fine Arts 12 Brook's Mews London W1K 4DG ChIJpb3QnSsFdkgRLaG8-30MD0I 51.5125,-0.14617 International Modern and Contemporary Gallery in London, Hong Kong and Palm Beach
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    • Ben Hunter

      Ben Hunter

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      Ben Hunter 44 Duke Street, St James's London SW1Y 6DD ChIJy80_dAUFdkgREmIGFMlVAQY 51.50733,-0.13777 Modern & Contemporary Art
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    • Berntson Bhattacharjee

      Berntson Bhattacharjee

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      Berntson Bhattacharjee 45 Berners Street London W1T 3NE ChIJkzKawj0PdkgRagUgldHNTcA 51.51801877393345,-0.13735308709676333 Berntson Bhattacharjee Gallery was founded in 2020 and is based in London with a satellite programme in Stockholm. We are dedicated to celebrating contemporary emerging artists. The gallery is dedicated to providing opportunities for collectors to support our diverse roster of highly talented artists at a pivotal moment in their careers. We nurture relationships with artists and keep their long term goals at the heart of everything we do. What once was a public car park has been transformed into our permanent residence at 45 Berners Street, breathing fresh life into the space. We take pride in being an integral...
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    • Bosse & Baum

      Bosse & Baum

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      Bosse & Baum Unit DG.1, Ground Floor, Bussey Building Copeland Park, 133 Rye Lane London SE15 4ST [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ9YyvL6EDdkgR2LT24liUSU0 51.4699464216048,-0.06689966246902528 Bosse & Baum was founded in 2014 by Alexandra Warder and Lana Churchill. The gallery occupies a unit in the post-industrial Bussey Building, in Peckham, South East London. We are a commercial gallery seeking an active role in shaping art discourse by giving a platform to contemporary positions; representing an international roster of emerging artists whose work challenges dominant historical narratives and is socially engaged. We work to facilitate broader social access to art and contribute to the wider critical conversation on contemporary art through a public programme of exhibitions, talks and events.
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    • Brooke Benington

      Brooke Benington

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      Brooke Benington 76 Cleveland Street London W1T 6NB ChIJR74Cnv4bdkgRw-s3Ka0siQg 51.52211041898266,-0.1399592217120012 Established in 2020, Brooke Benington presents an international, interdisciplinary programme across media
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    • Brunette Coleman

      Brunette Coleman

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      Brunette Coleman 42 Theobalds Rd London WC1X 8NW ChIJvWRGmYsbdkgRREWBH06JprE 51.52116163867951,-0.11609898967129052 Founded in 2023, Brunette Coleman in Bloomsbury presents UK-based and international emerging contemporary artists, with a focus on first presentations in London. In their first year Brunette Coleman staged three off-site exhibitions at Fitzrovia Chapel, The Shop, Sadie Coles HQ in London and Shoot the Lobster in New York.
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    • Cardi Gallery

      Cardi Gallery

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      Cardi Gallery London 22 Grafton Street London W1S 4EX ChIJH_MJiCkFdkgRxGXDi5p8kV0 51.5096,-0.14317 Cardi Gallery – originally ‘Galleria Cardi’ – was founded in Milan, Italy in April 1972 by Renato Cardi to foster the work of those modern and contemporary Italian artists that he had started to presciently collect in the late 1960s. Renato built a distinguished collection that included artists like Cy Twombly, Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni and many others, all relatively unknown at the time, and over the years acquired works ranging from Arte Povera to Spatialism. Thanks to both his inextinguishable passion for art and the subsequent success of Galleria Cardi, Renato earned a reputation as a critically engaged champion...
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    • Castor

      Castor

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      Castor Kirkman House, 12 - 14 Whitfield Street London W1T 2RF ChIJr2oYFywbdkgRPNIXxDiZKyU 51.519320,-0.133930 Castor is a contemporary art gallery founded in Deptford, South London in 2016. In 2022 the gallery relocated to Fitzrovia, Central London.
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    • Cecilia Brunson Projects

      Cecilia Brunson Projects

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      Cecilia Brunson Projects 3G Royal Oak Yard, Bermondsey Street London SE1 3GE ChIJBy0Tp1wDdkgRvhkfQi8fxwE 51.49907182517687,-0.08319558537547954 A leading Latin American Art Gallery in the UK and Europe
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    • Cedric Bardawil

      Cedric Bardawil

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      Cedric Bardawil 1–3 Old Compton Street London W1D 5JB ChIJQ4l4atkFdkgRflzfGyUNMC0 51.51385420621435,-0.12973861533900335 EXHIBITING TODAY’S MOST EXCITING LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
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    • Cooke Latham Gallery

      Cooke Latham Gallery

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      Cooke Latham 41 Parkgate Road London SW11 4NP ChIJe50ItXcFdkgRcq6NX6whOiQ 51.47907,-0.16756 Cooke Latham Gallery is a contemporary gallery showcasing emerging and mid-career artists
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    • Copperfield

      Copperfield

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      Copperfield 6 Copperfield Street London SE1 0EP ChIJ3fRvSKYEdkgRTl8yIMzWygE 51.50308,-0.097350 Contemporary art gallery focused on multidisciplinary, multi-media practices and international artists
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    • Corvi-Mora

      Corvi-Mora

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      Corvi-Mora 1a Kempsford Road London SE11 4NU [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJoerTAZcEdkgRbB8dKi-aINU 51.491198060666896,-0.10839483680552986 Tommaso Corvi-Mora opened Corvi-Mora in 2000, after having run Robert Prime, in partnership with Gregorio Magnani, since 1995. The gallery was based in Warren Street until 2004, when it relocated to Kempsford Road, in Kennington. In the last 22 years, the gallery has hosted over 150 exhibitions and has developed long-term relationships with many artists, among them Brian Calvin, Richard Hawkins, Roger Hiorns, Jim Isermann, David Lieske, Jennifer Packer, Imran Qureshi, Tomoaki Suzuki, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, as well as working with younger artists, such as Jem Perucchini and Anika Roach.
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    • Cristea Roberts Gallery

      Cristea Roberts Gallery

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      Cristea Roberts Gallery 43 Pall Mall SW1Y 5JG London ChIJf2OvPtcEdkgRQaAa_8a-TvE 51.505953,-0.136061 A leading gallery with an artist-led programme focused on original prints and works on paper.
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    • David Zwirner

      David Zwirner

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      David Zwirner 24 Grafton Street London W1S 4EZ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ12aCiSkFdkgR6tDrrGh89WQ 51.50945,-0.143 Innovative, singular, and pioneering exhibitions
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    • domobaal

      domobaal

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      domobaal 3 John Street London WC1N 2ES ChIJ8VGhoUkbdkgR8WAWa6jE4RU 51.52152,-0.11468 domobaal is a contemporary art gallery in central London, established in 2000. The gallery works with artists across all disciplines, including Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Lothar Götz, Christopher Hanlon, Maud Cotter, Neil Gall and Nicky Hirst. To date, over 200 solo and group exhibitions have been presented in the space, alongside external and biennial projects. The gallery also runs an artists’ books and related ephemera publishing programme.
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    • Doyle Wham

      Doyle Wham

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      Doyle Wham 91a Rivington Street London EC2A 3AY ChIJp6Z-cYUddkgRlVUN11SnK70 51.52690734619257,-0.07840094232835158 Doyle Wham is the UK's first and only contemporary African photography gallery. The gallery was founded in October 2020 with an itinerant programme of physical and digital exhibitions, as well as participations in art fairs such as Photo London and Abuja Art Week. As of March 2022, Doyle Wham has launched its first permanent location in Shoreditch, London. The gallery exhibits both emerging and established artists from Africa and across the African diaspora, with a focus on supporting early-career artists. To celebrate photography in all its forms, from traditional analogue photography to film, highlighting innovative and experimental expression is at...
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    • Edel Assanti

      Edel Assanti

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      Edel Assanti 1B Little Titchfield St London W1W 7BU [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJj7HgCyAFdkgRHVblymM36Oc 51.5180870107134,-0.1408837961056436 Edel Assanti was founded in 2010 by Jeremy Epstein and Charlie Fellowes. Established in London, the gallery works with international artists whose practices engage with the social, cultural or political realities of the moment in which they live. Our programme’s tendency towards interdisciplinary, research-led work demonstrates how artists are uniquely positioned to witness and distill the complex narratives that define our era. Having been located in London’s Fitzrovia since 2014, in 2022 we opened our 4,000 square foot gallery in a renovated listed building on Little Titchfield Street. Our premises play host to a dynamic events programme in parallel to...
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    • Emalin

      Emalin

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      Emalin 1 Holywell Lane EC2A 3ET London ChIJWQO2O7ccdkgRuJVEwdopw8g 51.52379,-0.07889 Emalin is a Shoreditch-based contemporary art gallery founded by Angelina Volk and Leopold Thun. The gallery represents fourteen international artists with an emphasis on emerging and multidisciplinary practices: Evgeny Antufiev, Alvaro Barrington, Nicholas Cheveldave, Adriano Costa, Aslan Goisum, Daiga Grantina, Özgür Kar, Jasper Marsalis, Kembra Pfahler, Megan Plunkett, Augustas Serapinas, Sung Tieu and Tt X AB (Teresa Farrell and Alvaro Barrington).
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    • Flowers Gallery

      Flowers Gallery

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      Flowers Gallery 21 Cork Street London W1S 3LZ ChIJO3vsBioFdkgRR97tlqC2qrc 51.5103,-0.14114 Since 1970 Flowers Gallery has represented international contemporary artists and estates, working with a wide range of media. Over the past five decades the gallery has presented more than 900 exhibitions across its global locations, also supporting the production of editions and publications, and installations at art fairs, public galleries, museums and institutions around the world. The gallery programme includes regular major survey shows and renowned recurring London exhibitions such as Artist of the Day and Small is Beautiful, which have formed significant platforms for emerging artists.
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    • Frith Street Gallery

      Frith Street Gallery

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      Frith Street Gallery 17-18 Golden Square London W1F 9JJ ChIJG6VVRtQEdkgR_HO2kBguCts 51.511283,-0.137014 Frith Street Gallery has been a mainstay of London’s art community since 1989
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    • Gagosian Britannia Street

      Gagosian Britannia Street

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      Gagosian 6–24 Britannia Street London WC1X 9JD ChIJwyN9sDgbdkgRfepwQ81LCxc 51.53,-0.11748 Gagosian | Britannia Street
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    • Gagosian Davies Street

      Gagosian Davies Street

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      Gagosian 17–19 Davies Street London W1K 3DE ChIJyeD0bCwFdkgRUIEKeXc2zxc 51.511007,-0.147714 Gagosian | Davies Street
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    • Gagosian Grosvenor Hill

      Gagosian Grosvenor Hill

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      Gagosian 20 Grosvenor Hill London W1K 3QD ChIJQ91bdSwFdkgRPDjaPl-4BjM 51.511349,-0.14635 Gagosian | Grosvenor Hill
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    • Gagosian Shop Burlington Arcade

      Gagosian Shop Burlington Arcade

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      28–29 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0QJ ChIJgzwSBdYEdkgRtpphXP4Gg4Q 51.50836403835377,-0.1396166361089696 Gagosian's new London shop located in the historic Burlington Arcade in the heart of Mayfair launched in March 2022
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    • Galerie Max Hetzler

      Galerie Max Hetzler

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      Galerie Max Hetzler First Floor, 41 Dover Street London W1S 4NS [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJPR5ZLEIFdkgRfdSMQjS3Ndk 51.508072,-0.14205 Founded in 1974, Galerie Max Hetzler is a contemporary art gallery with spaces in London, Berlin and Paris
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    • Gallery 1957

      Gallery 1957

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      Gallery 1957 1 Hyde Park Gate, South Kensington London SW7 5EW ChIJLc-xJG4FdkgROO7oR25OPzY 51.50127058010458,-0.180561594635899 GALLERY 1957 PRESENTS LEADING ARTISTS WORKING ACROSS WEST AFRICA AND THE DIASPORA
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    • Gallery Rosenfeld

      Gallery Rosenfeld

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      Gallery Rosenfeld 37 Rathbone Street London W1T 1NZ ChIJ2UqfkSsbdkgRYLdZC0tJGlU 51.51819,-0.13513 The most talented artists, wherever in the world they are, we can find them
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    • GAZELLI ART HOUSE

      GAZELLI ART HOUSE

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      GAZELLI ART HOUSE 39 Dover Street London W1S 4NN [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ380dwCkFdkgR5Q4CAbgKdfI 51.50832,-0.14237 Founded in 2010 by Mila Askarova, GAZELLI ART HOUSE in London brings a fresh perspective to Mayfair – through championing artists from all corners of the globe. Focusing on artists at the height of their practice, the gallery showcases their work through a diverse programme of exhibitions and events. Along with its sister site in Baku, GAZELLI ART HOUSE specialises in promoting art from Azerbaijan and its neighbours to introduce a greater understanding of the rich linguistic, religious and historical ties that connect these areas to international audiences. In 2015, the gallery further expanded to support artists working in digital...
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    • Goodman Gallery

      Goodman Gallery

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      Goodman Gallery 26 Cork Street London W1S 3ND [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJgY5KDyoFdkgRrSxkK_eBFjc 51.510620,-0.141790 The leading, contemporary art gallery from the Continent, Goodman Gallery is located in Johannesburg, Cape Town and London. Established in 1966 as a non discriminatory space, during the Apartheid years it has been pivotal shaping contemporary African and African Diaspora art on the international scene. Goodman Gallery programme incorporates prominent and emerging, international artists whose work engages with African and post colonial contexts.
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    • greengrassi

      greengrassi

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      greengrassi 1a Kempsford Road (off Wincott Street) London SE11 4NU [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ16FT2XIFdkgRN-jJ0or312c 51.49119334928858,-0.10840134247196023 greengrassi was opened in 1997 in London
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    • GRIMM

      GRIMM

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      GRIMM 2 Bourdon St London W1K 3PA [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJoXRH-VoFdkgRP9rW4zJ13JU 51.511090590261496,-0.14692795767130137 GRIMM represents over thirty international artists with locations in Amsterdam (NL), New York (US), and London (UK). Since its establishment in 2005, it has been the gallery’s mission to represent and support the work of emerging and mid-career artists.
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    • Grosvenor Gallery

      Grosvenor Gallery

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      Grosvenor Gallery 35 Bury Street London SW1Y 6AU [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJOfPErtcEdkgR9gzHF12HTvU 51.50653,-0.13834 Grosvenor Gallery was first established by the American sociologist and writer Eric Estorick (1913-1993) who began to collect works of art when he came to live in England after the Second World War. In the initial years, Eric and his wife developed a major collection of Italian art, which at one time was considered the most important collection of Italian art outside Italy. It was then that Estorick became a full time art dealer and went on to establish the Grosvenor Gallery in 1960, with its first premise on Davies Street. It was the largest and best equipped gallery in...
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    • Guts Gallery

      Guts Gallery

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      Guts Gallery Unit 2, Sidings House, 10 Andre St Lower Clapton London E8 2AA [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJYbwwcekddkgRksxlDpYevSg 51.551531235186594,-0.06261456137175953 In an art world that’s scared to talk about inequality, Guts Gallery speaks up
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    • HackelBury Fine Art

      HackelBury Fine Art

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      HackelBury Fine Art 4 Launceston Place London W8 5RL ChIJLdACJl8FdkgRmLfByZm88Uo 51.499168838311924,-0.18515812916343427 Established in 1998, the London gallery in Launceston Place is committed to nurturing long-term relationships with both artists and clients
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    • Hales Gallery

      Hales Gallery

      East
      Hales Gallery 7 Bethnal Green Road London E1 6LA [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJT_2WdbccdkgRNTDjaWos-Mw 51.523658,-0.076643 Founded by Paul Hedge and Paul Maslin over 30 years ago, Hales opened in 1992 as a contemporary art space in Deptford, South London. In 2004 the gallery moved to the Tea Building, a dynamic and creative hub in London's East End on the border of Shoreditch and the business district. In February 2016 Hales opened a by-appointment office and viewing room in New York's Lower East side district, which as of September 2017 became the 'Hales Project Room', a space dedicated to hosting focused exhibitions that highlight specific artist projects and dialogues. In October 2018, Hales opened a primary...
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    • Hannah Barry Gallery

      Hannah Barry Gallery

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      Hannah Barry Gallery 4 Holly Grove London SE15 5DF [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJhVElBaEDdkgRNyZYXIZVGR8 51.46994,-0.07139 HANNAH BARRY GALLERY WAS FOUNDED IN 2007 AND IS BASED IN PECKHAM
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    • Haricot Gallery

      Haricot Gallery

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      Haricot Gallery 2 Blackall Street London EC2A 4AD ChIJ9S6RB4EddkgRi9vy2d-grik 51.524880405504035,-0.08227186842781788 In February 2023, Haricot Gallery opened its doors at 2 Blackall Street, nestled in the heart of Shoreditch, East London. We are so excited to showcase the extraordinary works of the best emerging artists from all walks of life. Our exhibitions will feature works that reflect the world we live in, sometimes tackling political or radical subjects, and other times offering a fresh, exciting, and thought-provoking perspective. Beyond showcasing art, we strive to provide a platform for our artists to share their incredible stories, our responsibility is to ensure that each story is heard. We believe that engaging with art...
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    • Harlesden High Street

      Harlesden High Street

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      Harlesden High Street 57 High Street, Harlesden London NW10 4NJ ChIJNaLDaBgbdkgR_0oYcElsoXQ 51.53603014574455,-0.24701265268631498 A BIPOC led space in an ungentrified spot in London
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    • Hauser & Wirth

      Hauser & Wirth

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      Hauser & Wirth 23 Savile Row London W1S 2ET [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJH8uImtUEdkgRYqGByierv_o 51.51209,-0.14148 International contemporary and modern art gallery
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    • Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert

      Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert

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      Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert 38 Bury Street, St James's London SW1Y 6BB [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ6-VgqNcEdkgRqO1cz5vaDaU 51.506746805635025,-0.13833813101212197 Modern and Contemporary British Art
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    • Herald St

      Herald St

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      Herald St 2 Herald Street London E2 6JT ChIJozrofdAcdkgRAgL5jg5KBPk 51.52488,-0.05541 ESTABLISHED IN 2005, HERALD ST HAS TWO SPACES ACROSS LONDON AND REPRESENTS 25 INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
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    • Herald St | Museum St

      Herald St | Museum St

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      Herald St | Museum St 43 Museum Street London WC1A 1LY ChIJgRA2pzMbdkgRFKEaPTNodvA 51.51773786633067,-0.1254165971274178 ESTABLISHED IN 2005, HERALD ST HAS TWO SPACES ACROSS LONDON AND REPRESENTS 25 INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
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    • Hollybush Gardens

      Hollybush Gardens

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      Hollybush Gardens 1–2 Warner Yard London EC1R 5EY [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJGYR_zVEbdkgRC2Opnnvmc6c 51.523190,-0.111060 Hollybush Gardens was founded in 2005 by Lisa Panting and Malin Ståhl. Our backgrounds in curating, writing and teaching have informed our approach to the gallery and in 2013, after seven years in the East End, we moved to a larger building in Clerkenwell allowing us to expand our programme of events, performances and curated exhibitions. We remain committed to curating, in the production of discourse around artworks and in dialogue with artists, regularly publishing accompanying texts and ephemera and working on publications. Our programme of represented artists is intergenerational and inclusive, bringing highly regarded voices to the fore. Gallery...
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    • Holtermann Fine Art

      Holtermann Fine Art

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      Holtermann Fine Art 30 Cork Street London W1S 3NG ChIJKf3RlBkFdkgR1yV72Nc-J2Y 51.51057941507376,-0.14155073950382283 Gallery dealing in international contemporary art with an emphasis on sculpture and sculptural installations
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    • Hot Wheels Athens London

      Hot Wheels Athens London

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      Hot Wheels London 91 Great Russell Street London WC1B 3PS ChIJVdI6CnwbdkgRT4-4RLS3org 51.51801430034124,-0.1273378355810415 Hot Wheels Athens London is a contemporary art gallery established by Hugo Wheeler and Julia Gardener out of a neoclassical Athenian apartment. Its activities took shape through dialogue with artists and curators who were active in the city post-2017 (documenta 14), presenting exhibitions that center on critical, conceptual practices from Southeastern Europe and the Balkan region alongside resonant international positions. The gallery currently represents seven artists, all of whom maintain a multidisciplinary output outside of their visual arts practice, making active contributions towards curation, publishing, writing, music, design, fashion, or film. As of November 2023, Hot Wheels expanded to a...
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    • Ilenia

      Ilenia

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      Ilenia 1A Old Nichol Street London E2 7HR ChIJOy_YrDYddkgRaBr4pihGjUg 51.52504602872967,-0.07329872883236348 Ilenia is a London-based gallery exhibiting international contemporary artists
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    • IMT Gallery

      IMT Gallery

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      IMT Gallery Unit 2/210 Cambridge Heath Road London E2 9NQ ChIJL61PhdwcdkgRzt3K6s8x5yc 51.531642484587024,-0.05648641348829015 CUTTING EDGE. INNOVATIVE. CRITICAL. ROARING SINCE 2005
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    • Indigo+Madder

      Indigo+Madder

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      Indigo+Madder Kirkman House, 12-14 Whitfield St London W1T 2RF ChIJ3-yW0_MDdkgR-xaOLwsn7Kc 51.519605843367906,-0.13388161684089012 Indigo+Madder is a Fitzrovia-based contemporary art gallery run by Krittika Sharma
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    • IONE & MANN

      IONE & MANN

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      IONE & MANN First Floor, 6 Conduit Street London W1S 2XE ChIJn9NKruu3BSsRxhybAG6qUNo 51.51304011093425,-0.1413054878022499 IONE & MANN is a contemporary art gallery established in 2015
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    • Jack Bell Gallery

      Jack Bell Gallery

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      Jack Bell Gallery 13 Mason's Yard London SW1Y 6BU ChIJu1f-HiAFdkgRj_uSvQj463o 51.50776,-0.137 The focus of Jack Bell Gallery is to exhibit, represent and champion contemporary artists from around the world
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    • JD Malat Gallery

      JD Malat Gallery

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      JD Malat Gallery 30 Davies Street London W1K 4NB ChIJQwdiZCwFdkgRisrupv2UmDk 51.51205,-0.14762 JD Malat Gallery aims to promote its artists worldwide and provides collectors with the best art to suit their tastes
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    • Josh Lilley

      Josh Lilley

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      Josh Lilley 40-46 Riding House Street London W1W 7EX [Wheelchair accesible] ChIJRXwZPyobdkgRYCr_XLbz_Cw 51.5188,-0.13975 Josh Lilley opened in Fitzrovia in May 2009, developing a reputation for both international debuts and sustained nurture of new British art. In 2020, after 90 exhibitions, the gallery expanded into adjoining premises to double it's exhibition space, viewing rooms and street facade, where it has continued it’s lineage of significant presentations by international artists.
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    • Kate MacGarry

      Kate MacGarry

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      Kate MacGarry 27 Old Nichol Street London E2 7HR [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJU3l5RbccdkgR2arp0tj1PeE 51.524841,-0.07475 Kate MacGarry, founded in 2002, has expanded to represent 25 emerging and established artists - including two estates
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    • Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

      Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

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      Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery 36 Tanner Street London SE1 3LD ChIJq4n2OWsDdkgRPqs-rE_IX7M 51.50011006708083,-0.07907163495275583 FOR THOSE WHO COLLECT TOMORROW
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    • LAMB Gallery

      LAMB Gallery

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      LAMB Gallery 32 St. George Street London W1S 2EA [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJY2qxBuUFdkgRAh-VjtAg55Q 51.51285454809267,-0.14298309204609216 Contemporary Art Gallery showcasing and representing British and Latin American artists
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    • Lisson Gallery Bell Street

      Lisson Gallery Bell Street

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      Lisson Gallery 27 Bell Street NW1 5BY London [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJbQXrurYadkgRysWRkIHUgz4 51.52093,-0.16948 Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world
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    • Lisson Gallery Lisson Street

      Lisson Gallery Lisson Street

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      Lisson Gallery 67 Lisson Street NW1 5DA London ChIJYSCuj7YadkgR6hnKHhTmJo4 51.52148,-0.16835 Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world
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    • Luxembourg + Co.

      Luxembourg + Co.

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      Luxembourg + Co. 2 Savile Row London W1S 3PA ChIJT4Bt6NUEdkgRUBQfm1YMdMo 51.510342,-0.13958 Luxembourg + Co. presents curated, museum-quality exhibitions of works by modern masters and contemporary artists
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    • Lyndsey Ingram

      Lyndsey Ingram

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      Lyndsey Ingram 20 Bourdon Street London W1K 3PL ChIJM0cgvisFdkgRjSC7eQje4i4 51.51116,-0.145263 Founded in 2016, Lyndsey Ingram is located in a converted Victorian stable at 20 Bourdon Street in London’s Mayfair. With over twenty years of expertise in post-war and contemporary prints and work on paper - in particular 20th century British and American masters - the gallery continues to look forward and now represents artists working in all mediums, with a programme that includes painting, photography and sculpture. Lyndsey Ingram stages exhibitions that combine a deep knowledge and interest in important historic, graphic material, with work by contemporary and emerging artists. The gallery participates in major international art fairs, including The...
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    • Maddox Gallery

      Maddox Gallery

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      Maddox Gallery 9 Maddox Street London W1S 2QE ChIJQwVilyoFdkgRYgvehS-QT-4 51.513302,-0.14155 International group of galleries specialising in contemporary and modern art
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    • MAMOTH

      MAMOTH

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      MAMOTH 3 Endsleigh Street London WC1H 0DS ChIJeyspjrMbdkgRiqr8smmwvUw 51.525580,-0.130390 MAMOTH is a contemporary art gallery based in London, with an international profile, established in 2018 and dedicated to presenting contemporary art. Today the gallery collaborates with emerging and mid-career artists working in different media, approaches and genres.
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    • Marlborough

      Marlborough

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      Marlborough 6 Albemarle Street London W1S 4BY ChIJ6zBQ4CkFdkgRt794fBqHD2o 51.50832,-0.1408 Founded in 1946, Marlborough is an art gallery showcasing modern and contemporary artworks and exhibitions with locations in London, New York, Madrid and Barcelona.
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    • MASSIMODECARLO

      MASSIMODECARLO

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      MASSIMODECARLO 16 Clifford St London W1S 3RG ChIJ2VXov9UEdkgRsR101JaPWTA 51.51089920217221,-0.1415713620666101 MASSIMODECARLO gallery was founded in 1987
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    • Maureen Paley

      Maureen Paley

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      Maureen Paley 60 Three Colts Lane London E2 6GQ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJa0FEfNAcdkgRKrbjLXiIpwk 51.524380,-0.057650 Maureen Paley is a long established art gallery and was amongst the first to present contemporary art in London’s East End. The gallery has been a pioneer of the current art scene, promoting a diverse range of established and emerging international artists. The gallery programme began in 1984 in a Victorian terraced house in London’s East End. It moved to larger expanded premises nearby in 1999 until present day. In July 2017 Maureen Paley opened a space in Hove called Morena di Luna, followed by Studio M in October 2020 located in Rochelle School, Shoreditch. From its inception the gallery’s...
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    • Maureen Paley: Studio M

      Maureen Paley: Studio M

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      Maureen Paley: Studio M Rochelle School Friars Mount House 7 Playground Gardens London E2 7FA Studio M is located on the first floor with access via stairs only. Press the bell for Maureen Paley to gain access. ChIJ4XlnnasddkgRxAMBALi091o 51.52582572691471,-0.07383411741631431 Maureen Paley is a long established art gallery and was amongst the first to present contemporary art in London’s East End. The gallery has been a pioneer of the current art scene, promoting a diverse range of established and emerging international artists. The gallery programme began in 1984 in a Victorian terraced house in London’s East End. It moved to larger expanded premises nearby in 1999 until present day. In July 2017 Maureen Paley opened a space in Hove called Morena di Luna, followed by Studio M in October 2020 located in Rochelle School, Shoreditch. From its inception the gallery’s...
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    • Maximillian William, London

      Maximillian William, London

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      Maximillian William, London 47 Mortimer Street London W1W 8HJ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJHaeOROobdkgRt6mAKsFunZg 51.51799,-0.13923 Founded in 2015, Maximillian William began with an itinerant model which allowed the gallery to gradually form a roster of contemporary artists. An impulse to expand alongside the advancing careers of these artists led to the establishment of a permanent gallery space in Fitzrovia in 2019. The gallery is artist-centric, collaborating closely with those it supports to build their platforms. On occasion, the gallery seeks to produce exhibitions that highlight those who have influenced its creative community, with the aim of presenting pivotal figures to a new generation. Alongside exhibition making, the gallery is committed to publishing, producing a range...
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    • Mazzoleni

      Mazzoleni

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      Mazzoleni 15 Old Bond St London W1S 4AX [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJETdaA9YEdkgR-sI0VvrSguI 51.50907917527551,-0.14055562757361897 Mazzoleni is a leading Post-War Italian and contemporary art gallery based in London and Turin
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    • Michael Werner Gallery

      Michael Werner Gallery

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      Michael Werner Gallery 22 Upper Brook Street London W1K 7PZ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ9fhWsTMFdkgR7p-TG5GX2Hg 51.51135,-0.15605 Since 1963, Michael Werner Gallery has worked with some of the most important European and American artists of the 20th Century
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    • Modern Art Bury Street

      Modern Art Bury Street

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      Modern Art 7 Bury Street London SW1Y 6AL ChIJYVH7UtYEdkgR-ABIGPfwCLU 51.506901,-0.13853 Modern Art is a London based gallery opened by Stuart Shave in 1998
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    • Modern Art Helmet Row

      Modern Art Helmet Row

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      Modern Art 4-8 Helmet Row London EC1V 3QJ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJmQ37-lcbdkgRBe9h9VyHodw 51.52493,-0.09441 Modern Art is a London based gallery opened by Stuart Shave in 1998
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    • mother’s tankstation

      mother’s tankstation

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      mother's tankstation 58-64 Three Colts Lane London E2 6GP [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJixEkitAcdkgRlsAgvHndxbQ 51.52454,-0.05734 mother’s tankstation privileges the development of emerging and complex practices
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    • Nahmad Projects

      Nahmad Projects

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      Nahmad Projects 2 Cork Street London W1S 3LB ChIJIQ4WESoFdkgRQQ9coKYWRBw 51.51067,-0.14191 Nahmad Projects is a modern and contemporary art gallery. It upholds a commitment to developing exhibitions that enhance our perspectives on art of the twentieth and twenty-first century. Projects are concept-driven, ranging from showcasing contemporary art, opening new dialogues on modern masterpieces, and provoking new conversations on artists rarely exhibited together.
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    • New Art Projects

      New Art Projects

      New Art Projects Peto St N, London E16 1DN ChIJ3ebmu8IcdkgRXP3L-H9bWmQ 51.512994080754424,0.013409626895843085 New Art Projects, founded in 2015, is a contemporary art gallery situated in East London
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    • Nicoletti

      Nicoletti

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      NiCOLETTi 12A Vyner Street London E2 9DG ChIJ-4lv2NEddkgRkd9hnJoHtzc 51.53431,-0.05609 NıCOLETTı is a London-based gallery dedicated to supporting the development of emerging artists
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    • No.9 Cork Street

      No.9 Cork Street

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      9 Cork Street London W1S 3LL ChIJW-DTqfQFdkgRhr_0FIG8qY0 51.51035323607786,-0.14111930238934017 No.9 Cork Street is Frieze’s major new gallery in the historic heart of Mayfair in London
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    • Opera Gallery

      Opera Gallery

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      Opera Gallery 65-66 New Bond Street London W1S 1RW ChIJncInaysFdkgRXog0Vt3ppWs 51.51345840192983,-0.14547734812223234 OPERA GALLERY LONDON
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    • Pace

      Pace

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      Pace 5 Hanover Square, London W1S 1HQ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJt_YFACoFdkgRMOBjy1dDHZw 51.51439983559076,-0.14290585397750932 Pace is a leading international art gallery representing some of the most influential contemporary artists and estates from the past century
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    • Patrick Heide Contemporary Art

      Patrick Heide Contemporary Art

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      Patrick Heide Contemporary Art 11 Church Street London NW8 8EE ChIJsWZhabcadkgRz6VfoJunjTU 51.52439,-0.16863 "ART DOES NOT REPRESENT WHAT WE SEE. IT MAKES US SEE" — Paul Klee
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    • Phillida Reid

      Phillida Reid

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      Phillida Reid 10-16 Grape St London WC2H 8DY [Wheelchair accessible; no access to screening room] ChIJxxaHvvQbdkgR4b4zQRtbWic 51.51722327145957,-0.1259154405705626 Phillida Reid (formerly Southard Reid) was founded in 2010 by Phillida Reid and David Southard
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    • Pi Artworks London

      Pi Artworks London

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      Pi Artworks London 55 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8EG [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJNx4N4SobdkgR9NynZiQyH9U 51.516472,-0.13812 International contemporary Art Gallery with spaces in London and in Istanbul
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    • Pilar Corrias Eastcastle Street

      Pilar Corrias Eastcastle Street

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      Pilar Corrias 54 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8EF ChIJ5d__4CobdkgRbHKK4wsJncQ 51.51645,-0.13823 Since its inception, the gallery has worked with emerging and established artists with the central aim of allowing their work to grow both in terms of production of new projects and the making of new exhibitions. Pilar Corrias now represents a total of thirty-two international artists, two-thirds of whom are female.
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    • Pilar Corrias Savile Row

      Pilar Corrias Savile Row

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      Pilar Corrias Savile Row 2 Savile Row London W1S 3PA ChIJVysGFKgFdkgRvL48M0d2bP0 51.51050674884801,-0.13949923091334637 Since its inception, Pilar Corrias has worked with emerging and established artists with the central aim of allowing their work to grow both in terms of production of new projects and the making of new exhibitions. Pilar Corrias now represents a total of thirty-two international artists, two-thirds of whom are female.
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    • Pipeline

      Pipeline

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      Pipeline 35 Eastcastle St, London W1W 8DW [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJxxaHvvQbdkgR4b4zQRtbWic 51.51668918449341,-0.13902083093950918 Pipeline introduces each artist with a single artwork ahead of their exhibition. The gallery operates a divided space, a main exhibition area and a separate, enclosed area which features one work by the artist whose exhibition is forthcoming. This introductory work is selected by the artist to reveal particulars of their current practice or potentials for the future, providing essential context ahead of their exhibition. Pipeline is an exhibition and project space, founded in October 2022 by Tatiana Cheneviere. In response to the fast paced engagement with emerging artists today, Pipeline invites a slower experience in which to understand the...
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    • Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

      Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

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      Pippy Houldsworth Gallery 6 Heddon Street London W1B 4BT [Wheelchair accessible; due to small lift cannot accomodate large-size wheelchairs] ChIJ610RjSQQdkgRylCcK-mzavc 51.511021,-0.13938 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
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    • PM/AM

      PM/AM

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      PM/AM 37 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8DR ChIJ63htsLUadkgRkbh0k_fTfwY 51.516527271351066,-0.13915455798064497 PM/AM is a contemporary art gallery located on the border of Soho and Fitzorovia in the heart of London. It hosts a busy programme of shows across the two exhibition floors of the Eastcastle Street space. The gallery’s lower ground floor studio provides the location for a residency space for international and under-represented artists to develop their practice. Together the spaces form a unique cultural and creative hub in the bustling centre of the city. PM/AM’s mission is to reflect through art how we engage with ourselves and the world today, expressed through the artists it is fortunate enough to...
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    • Project Native Informant

      Project Native Informant

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      Project Native Informant 48 Three Colts Ln, London E2 6GQ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJB4ndfysFdkgRcV6CyO1hc6A 51.52495101804457,-0.056010077243879255 Contemporary art gallery established in 2013 with a strong interest in expanded institutional critique
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    • Public Gallery

      Public Gallery

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      Public Gallery 91 Middlesex Street London E1 7DA [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJoc16XrMcdkgRsjQbkF9Cl0M 51.51567,-0.07575 Public is dedicated to supporting international emerging artists and promoting cross-cultural exchange
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    • RHODES

      RHODES

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      RHODES 65 Great Portland Street London W1W 7LW ChIJ_x9RyDIbdkgR4YQhO_udTck 51.51799259545266,-0.14188402871279845 RHODES REPRESENTS AN INTERNATIONAL ROSTER OF CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS WITH A FORWARD-THINKING EXHIBITION PROGRAMME
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    • Richard Saltoun Gallery

      Richard Saltoun Gallery

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      Richard Saltoun Gallery 41 Dover Street London W1S 4NS [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJ_Ra8BdYadkgR8FNe79A8Zi0 51.508070,-0.142050 The gallery specialises in contemporary art, with an emphasis on feminist, conceptual and performance artists from the 1960s onwards
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    • Rodeo

      Rodeo

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      Rodeo 12a Bourdon Street London W1K 3PG [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJHzfNstIEdkgR19VKxV2DRgY 51.51105,-0.14571 Sylvia Kouvali opened Rodeo in 2007 in Istanbul
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    • Rose Easton

      Rose Easton

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      Rose Easton 223 Cambridge Heath Road London E2 0EL ChIJSVrwidocdkgRnCHzrlZZdZw 51.52495,-0.05519320 Rose Easton opened in London in October 2021
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    • Saatchi Yates

      Saatchi Yates

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      Saatchi Yates 14 Bury Street, St. James's London SW1Y 6AL [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJqzkzwgkFdkgRt0TNhex9A_U 51.51042,-0.14159 SAATCHI YATES REPRESENTS AND SHOWCASES EMERGING ARTISTS
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    • Sadie Coles HQ Bury Street

      Sadie Coles HQ Bury Street

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      Sadie Coles HQ 8 Bury Street London SW1Y 6AB ChIJ9Y5C4LQFdkgRJf2iB76k-4g 51.506691,-0.138173 Presenting exhibitions of new and established artists for over twenty-five years
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    • Sadie Coles HQ Davies Street

      Sadie Coles HQ Davies Street

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      Sadie Coles HQ 1 Davies Street London W1K 3DB ChIJcSUFEiwFdkgRnP3KPDYn7ik 51.510578,-0.147565 Presenting exhibitions of new and established artists for over twenty-five years
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    • Sadie Coles HQ Kingly Street

      Sadie Coles HQ Kingly Street

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      Sadie Coles HQ 62 Kingly Street London W1B 5QN ChIJ5xSeFi4FdkgRFPDWnj8HqvQ 51.51219,-0.13889 Presenting exhibitions of new and established artists for over twenty-five years
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    • Sadie Coles HQ The Shop

      Sadie Coles HQ The Shop

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      Sadie Coles HQ The Shop, 62 Kingly Street London W1B 5QN [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJoYpeoNUEdkgRTMsqXKYBBvU 51.512780,-0.139470 In 2023 Sadie Coles HQ The Shop hosted Xxijra Hii.
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    • Seventeen

      Seventeen

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      Seventeen 270-276 Kingsland Road, Entrance on Acton Mews London E8 4DG ChIJR5gEeJYcdkgR9Ml9MFfvhoQ 51.53764,-0.07618 Seventeen exhibits works by emerging artists, with a particular focus on moving image. Founded in 2005 the gallery was initially located in Shoreditch and moved in 2014 into a larger, more versatile 3,000ft space in Dalston. The programme demonstrates a commitment to video, screen based work and experiments with new digital technologies. The majority of represented artists have a significant video and film component to their practice.
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    • Sherbet Green

      Sherbet Green

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      Sherbet Green Unit 1, 2 Treadway Street London E2 6QW ​ ChIJk8KQaKEddkgR6Blp-kkC1h4 51.531886778003454,-0.06019948831686435 Sherbet Green is a contemporary art gallery, located on Treadway Street since September 2022.
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    • Sid Motion Gallery

      Sid Motion Gallery

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      Sid Motion Gallery 24a Penarth Centre, Hatcham Road London SE15 1TR ChIJpUMgkxUbdkgRJQORkdK7SQU 51.483775,-0.054716 South London galleries have, for many years now, given a platform to diverse emerging artists and new voices
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    • Sim Smith

      Sim Smith

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      6 Camberwell Passage Camberwell, London SE5 0AX [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJwx4TWKMFdkgRPpTuxllkmiA 51.47497600813144,-0.09406577309469093 Sim Smith hosts an ambitious programme focusing on bringing international artists’ work to London
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    • Skarstedt

      Skarstedt

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      Skarstedt 8 Bennet Street London SW1A 1RP [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJwdmN_CkFdkgRjuNY-l_1d5Y 51.506859,-0.140760 SKARSTEDT IS A LEADING CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY FOUNDED IN 1994 WITH LOCATIONS IN NEW YORK, LONDON AND PARIS
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    • Soft Opening

      Soft Opening

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      Soft Opening 6 Minerva Street London E2 9EH [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJdXlCRMMcdkgRlwKZgO6dGBU 51.531520,-0.059530 EMERGING CONTEMPORARY IN EAST LONDON
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    • South Parade

      South Parade

      South
      South Parade Griffin House, 79 Saffron Hill London EC1R 5BU ChIJMwfEW04bdkgRl_ND8c-7prA 51.52203937941198,-0.10817580130909338 South Parade is a contemporary art gallery dedicated to early and emerging career positions
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    • Sprovieri

      Sprovieri

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      Sprovieri 23 Heddon Street London W1B4BQ [Wheelchair accessible] ChIJVzVxk9UEdkgRHzHwf-aU9yo 51.51112,-0.13965 Contemporary Art Gallery
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    • Sprüth Magers

      Sprüth Magers

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      Sprüth Magers 7a Grafton Street London W1S 4EJ ChIJr1tuKyoFdkgRtj8xjPUjTwg 51.50998,-0.14376 FOR FORTY YEARS, MONIKA SPRÜTH AND PHILOMENE MAGERS HAVE BEEN ACCOMPANYING, PROMOTING, AND SUPPORTING THE DEVELOPMENTS OF CONTEMPORARY ART
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    • Stephen Friedman Gallery

      Stephen Friedman Gallery

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