Artists


  • Abe Ogunlende
  • Ada M. Patterson
  • Agostino Bonalumi
  • Aida Mahmudova
  • Alessandro Roma
  • Alex Gvojic
  • Alex Katz
  • Alexis Peskine
  • Alfredo Volpi
  • Ali Kazim
  • Amber Pinkerton
  • Amie Siegel
  • Amy Lincoln
  • Andrea V Wright
  • Andreas Gursky
  • Angela Bulloch
  • Angela Fisher
  • Anida Yoeu Ali
  • Anish Kapoor
  • Anju Dodiya
  • Anna Fox
  • Anousha Payne
  • Antonia Kuo
  • Areum Yang
  • Atalanta Xanthe
  • Atul Dodiya
  • Augustas Serapinas
  • Ayako Rokkaku
  • Babi Badalov
  • Bae Yoon Hwan
  • Bárbara Alegre
  • Barbara Nicholls
  • Bella Riza
  • Berenice Abbott
  • Bert Hardy
  • Beth Collar
  • Bill Brandt
  • Boo Saville
  • Brassaï
  • Brian Dawn Chalkley
  • Brian Griffin
  • Brian Griffiths
  • Brion Gysin
  • Bunmi Agusto
  • Cameron Ugbodu
  • Camilla Løw
  • Carla Åhlander
  • Carol Beckwith
  • Caroline Walker
  • Caroline Wong
  • Caterina Silva
  • Caterina Silva
  • Catherine Biocca
  • Celia Paul
  • Celina Teague
  • Charlie Phillips
  • Charlotte Johannesson
  • Chris Killip
  • Christopher Wool
  • Chun Kwang-Young
  • Cindy Sherman
  • Claire Baily
  • Clare Woods
  • Claude Lalanne
  • Clémentine Bruno
  • Colin Jones
  • Cristina Iglesias
  • Cynthia Daignault
  • Dafydd Jones
  • Damien Hirst
  • Daniel Meadows
  • Daniel Obasi
  • Dante Elsner
  • David Batchelor
  • David Hurn
  • Derrick Greaves
  • Dinos Chapman
  • Djamel Tatah
  • Doug Starn
  • Dylan Kraus
  • Eduardo Paolozzi
  • Edward Middleditch
  • El Anatsui
  • Elliot Erwitt
  • Elsa Rouy
  • Emil Nolde
  • Enrico Baj
  • Eva Gold
  • Everlyn Nicodemus
  • Fabien Adèle
  • France-Lise McGurn
  • Francesco Vezzoli
  • Francis Bacon
  • Francis Upritchard
  • François-Xavier
  • Frank Horvat
  • Frank Kent
  • Gabriel Esteban Molina
  • Gareth McConnell
  • Garrett Pruter
  • Georg Herold
  • Georg Karl Pfahler
  • Georg Wilson
  • Georges Tony Stoll
  • Gerhard Richter
  • Gerhard Richter
  • Ghada Amer
  • Grace Robertson
  • Hannah Lim
  • Hans Hartung
  • Hans Josephsohn
  • Hawazin Al-Otaibi
  • Hélio Oiticica
  • Henri Cartier-Bresson
  • Henry Curchod
  • Hiba Schahbaz
  • Homer Sykes
  • Howard Hodgkin
  • Iman Issa
  • Irving Penn
  • Irving Penn
  • Ittah Yoda
  • Ivan Black
  • Jake Chapman
  • Jane Wilson
  • Jarvis Cocker
  • Jean Hans Arp
  • Jean Tinguely
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat
  • Jeff Koons
  • Jeff Wall
  • Jem Perucchini
  • Jiang Dahai
  • Jim Moir
  • Jim Mortram
  • Jo Spence
  • Joanne Dugan
  • John Hoyland
  • John Kørner
  • John Wallbank
  • Julia Maiuri
  • K.M. Madhusudhanan
  • Kapwani Kiwanga
  • Karen Kilimnik
  • Karen Knorr
  • Kasimir Malevich
  • Katy Moran
  • Keith Haring
  • Ken Grant
  • Kim Bohie
  • Koh Sankeum
  • Korakrit Arunanondchai
  • Kottie Paloma
  • Kurt Hutton
  • Kutluğ Ataman
  • Kyle Coniglio
  • Laila Tara H
  • Larry Bell
  • Lavar Munroe
  • Lee Miller
  • Leon Kossoff
  • Les Lalanne
  • Lewis Davidson
  • Lilah Rose
  • Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen
  • Lonnie Holley
  • Louise Wilson
  • LR Vandy
  • Luchita Hurtado
  • Lucian Freud
  • Ludovic Nkoth
  • Maciej Nowacki
  • Mahesh Baliga
  • Malick Sidibe
  • Man Ray
  • Manuel Mathieu
  • Mara Fortunatović
  • Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda
  • Marcantonio Brandolini d’Adda
  • Marcel Duchamp
  • Marcus Jahmal
  • Marketa Luskacova
  • Marte Johnslien
  • Martin Kippenberger
  • Martin Parr
  • Matt Ager
  • Matthew Harris
  • Mauro Martinez
  • Maya Bloch
  • Meitao Qu
  • Melanie Manchot
  • Melike Kara
  • Michael Dean
  • Michel Gomm
  • Mike Starn
  • Ming Ying
  • Mithu Sen
  • Mrinalini Mukherjee
  • Natalia Gonzalez Martin
  • Natalia Janula
  • Navot Miller
  • Nicky Hirst
  • Nicola L.
  • Nicolas Holiber
  • Nicole Coson
  • Nigatu Tsehay
  • Nigel Henderson
  • Nour el Saleh
  • Nour Jaouda
  • Oisin Byrne
  • Oliver Clegg
  • Olivia Jia
  • Pam Evelyn
  • Paul Cezanne
  • Paul Chapellier
  • Paul Hill
  • Paul Jenkins,
  • Paul Reas
  • Paula Rego
  • Paula Turmina
  • Per Kirkeby
  • Peter Buggenhout
  • Philip Siebel
  • Prabhakar Pachpute
  • Quynh Lam
  • Rachael Louise Bailey
  • Rachel Howard
  • Rachid Koraïchi
  • Radhika Khimji
  • Rafal Zajko
  • Raku Kichizaemon XV
  • Reginald Sylvester II
  • Rhea Dillon
  • Richard Burton
  • Richard Hamilton
  • Richard Pomeroy
  • Richard Prince
  • Richard Stone
  • Ricky Swallow
  • Ricky Swallow
  • Robert Nava
  • Rodney Graham
  • Roger Holtom
  • Roger Mayne
  • Rosemarie Castoro
  • Ross Muir
  • Rudolf Stingel
  • Rustan Söderling
  • Sacha Ingber
  • Sam Francis
  • Samson Bakare
  • Sandra Vásquez de la Horra
  • Sarah Crowner
  • Sarah Kogan
  • Sebastian Salgado
  • Seline Burn
  • Serge Attukwei Clottey
  • Seth Price
  • Seydou Keita
  • Shailee Mehta
  • Shamiran Istifan
  • Shannon Bono
  • Sherrie Levine
  • Shirley Baker
  • Sidival Fila
  • Siggi Sekira
  • Simon Linke
  • Simryn Gill
  • Song Burnsoo
  • Sonia Boyce
  • Sophie Ristelhueber
  • Stephan Baumkötter
  • Studio Nucleo
  • Sumie García
  • Susie Hamilton
  • Suzan Frecon
  • Sylvie Franquet
  • Thomas Schütte
  • Thurston Hopkins
  • Tiago Mestre
  • Titus Kaphar
  • Tom Anholt
  • Tom Wesselmann
  • Tony Ray-Jones
  • Toshimitsu Imai
  • Trevor Stuurman
  • Tristan Pigott
  • Troy Macaza
  • Ufuoma Essi
  • Veronika Hapchenko
  • Victor Vasarely
  • Vivien Zhang
  • Wade Guyton
  • Walead Beshty
  • William Brickel
  • William Klein
  • William N. Copley
  • William Scott
  • Wolf Vostell
  • Wolf Vostell
  • Wolfgang Suschitzky
  • Yayoi Kusama
  • Yuichi Hirako
  • Yuri Pattison
  • Zhu Dan

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  • Figurative
  • Installation
  • Mixed media
  • Painting
  • Performance art
  • Photography
  • Sculpture
  • Video Art

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    • 3812 Gallery

      3812 Gallery

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      3812 Gallery 21 Ryder Street London SW1Y 6PX ChIJqYkRcI4FdkgRMsMnQ4PVYg4 51.50671049208175,-0.1384868309948392 Dedicated to fostering cultural understanding of Chinese contemporary art through our curatorial vision of "Eastern Origin and Contemporary Expression", 3812 Gallery strives to establish international conversations by uniting artists, academics, collectors and the public through our thoughtfully curated art programmes.
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    • A.I. - Cromwell Place

      A.I. - Cromwell Place

      West
      A.I. 4 Cromwell Place London SW7 2JE ChIJg8B36CoFdkgRut9fJvZPTks 51.495239,-0.1749 Challenging the notions of the East and West
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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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    • ALICE BLACK

      ALICE BLACK

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      ALICE BLACK 46 Mortimer St London W1W 7RL ChIJr0uXTisbdkgRo8CYefpfuY8 51.51813547592139,-0.14039542553174406 ALICE BLACK is a contemporary art gallery based in Soho, London. Working with a dynamic network of emerging and established international artists we reflect and celebrate the vitality and evolving nature of art today. Our programme spotlights empowered makers and critical thinkers and those who are progressively pushing the bounds of their medium or conceptual inquiry. There is a strong socio, political and environmental dimension to our programme which stems from a wish to support and champion artists whose practices deal with the pressures of our time.
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    • Alison Jacques

      Alison Jacques

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      Alison Jacques 16–18 Berners Street London W1T 3LN ChIJNXZ4CysbdkgRU49vwfO68Jo 51.51772060193529,-0.13633410824312203 Established in 2004, Alison Jacques has built a reputation for its curatorial approach and pioneering commitment to under-acknowledged artists
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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 Almine Rech | London | Paris | Brussels | New York | Shanghai
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    • Amanda Wilkinson Gallery

      Amanda Wilkinson Gallery

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      Amanda Wilkinson Gallery 1st Floor, 18 Brewer St London W1F 0SH ChIJzyZYndMEdkgR8ZIt0WnRwLQ 51.51161,-0.1354 A gallery exhibiting International Contemporary art
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    • ammann//projects - cromwell place

      ammann//projects - cromwell place

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      ammann // projects 4 Cromwell Place London SW7 2JN ChIJg8B36CoFdkgRut9fJvZPTks 51.49508,-0.17465 art meets architecture meets design
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    • Annely Juda Fine Art

      Annely Juda Fine Art

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      Annely Juda Fine Art 23 Dering Street London W1S 1AW 3rd and 4th Floors ChIJpaPVRysFdkgRs19q5Z7cbMc 51.51440151466507,-0.1452861081395384 Annely Juda (1914 – 2006) established the Molton Gallery (1960 – 1963) and then the Hamilton Galleries (1963 – 1967) in London before opening Annely Juda Fine Art with her son, David Juda, on 16th June 1968 in a warehouse space on London’s Tottenham Mews. The first exhibition was ‘Now Open: Important Paintings of the 20thCentury and Young Artists’ and the presentation of the twentieth-century avant-garde works alongside contemporary art has carried on throughout the gallery’s history. The gallery became known for exhibiting works from Russian Constructivism, the Bauhaus and De Stijl movements, showing artists such as Kandinksy, Malevich, Mondrian,...
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    • ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

      ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

      East
      ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY Unit 9, 472 Hackney Road London E2 9EQ ChIJjfEKN8McdkgRCIZsMzRdpSc 51.531981,-0.057968 New media art gallery
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    • Arcade

      Arcade

      Central
      Arcade at Drake's 9 Savile Row London W1S 3PF ChIJD7Rg6vsFdkgRtVD0qP2_lPA 51.5116,-0.14106 No Justice No Peace
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    • Arcadia Missa

      Arcadia Missa

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      Arcadia Missa 35 Duke Street London W1U 1LH ChIJZUkL3p4DdkgRP2iXfwIjQZk 51.51497,-0.1517 Arcadia Missa's main focus in on emerging artists, whose practice is specifically geared towards highlighting contemporary struggles within the various fields of identity politics under networked capitalism.
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    • Bartha Contemporary

      Bartha Contemporary

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      Bartha Contemporary 7 Ledbury Mews North London W11 2AF ChIJ5RMMKWcFdkgRbx0ocg2Z3Do 51.5143,-0.19817 Non-figurative contemporary art
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    • BASTIAN

      BASTIAN

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      BASTIAN 8 Davies Street London W1K 3DW ChIJPVsXcywFdkgRxaCALSp_Sos 51.51111,-0.14719 Berlin & London based gallery exhibiting 20th Century artists, as well as German and American post-war artists.
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    • Belmacz

      Belmacz

      Central
      Belmacz 45 Davies Street London W1K 4LX ChIJ3zTfiiwFdkgRT9kHo0Jme6Q 51.51133,-0.14766 We do what we like.
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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 London SW1Y 6DD ChIJy80_dAUFdkgREmIGFMlVAQY 51.50733,-0.13777 Ben Hunter mounts exhibitions of Modern and Contemporary artwork.
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    • Bernard Jacobson Gallery

      Bernard Jacobson Gallery

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      Bernard Jacobson Gallery 28 Duke Street London SW1Y 6AG ChIJddqWBioFdkgRwqONZAb2QA0 51.508139,-0.138694 Post-War & Contemporary Art Gallery in London.
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    • Berntson Bhattacharjee Gallery

      Berntson Bhattacharjee Gallery

      West
      Berntson Bhattacharjee Gallery 4 Cromwell Place London SW7 2JE ChIJkzKawj0PdkgRagUgldHNTcA 51.49557536780015,-0.17231202908653154 Berntson Bhattacharjee Gallery was founded in 2020 and is based between London and Stockholm. The gallery is dedicated to celebrating inspiring emerging artists. Our diverse programme showcases the leading contemporary talent of young artists today. Operating nomadically, our exhibitions are held in different locations which have been sourced specifically for each artist we work with. Working together with our artists to create site specific installations, we offer opportunities for them to develop their practice and realise ambitious projects. As well as transforming unusual spaces for our exhibitions, we are also based at Cromwell Place in London. We provide an opportunity...
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    • Black Box Projects - Cromwell Place

      Black Box Projects - Cromwell Place

      Central
      Black Box Projects 4 Cromwell Place, Gallery 3 London SW7 2JE ChIJ1zVClUIFdkgRpa2F03_EWJY 51.49489,-0.17459 Black Box Projects is a London-based contemporary gallery specialising in unique and process-based photography and contemporary art.
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    • Bosse & Baum

      Bosse & Baum

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      Bosse & Baum Unit BGC, Ground Floor, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane London SE15 4ST ChIJ9YyvL6EDdkgR2LT24liUSU0 51.4699259,-0.0670003 Bosse & Baum is a commercial gallery based in Peckham, London, 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.
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    • Cardi Gallery London

      Cardi Gallery London

      Central
      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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    • Carlos/Ishikawa

      Carlos/Ishikawa

      East
      Carlos/Ishikawa Unit 4, Cook's Yard, 88 Mile End Road London E1 4UN ChIJhSjg19McdkgROxgcxj3mf5k 51.520057,-0.052316 Carlos/Ishikawa, opened in 2011, shows Marie Angeletti, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Tosh Basco Fka Boychild, Steve Bishop, Bendt Eyckermans, Ed Fornieles, Lloyd Corporation, Stuart Middleton, Oscar Murillo, Rose Salane, Richard Sides, Sable Elyse Smith, Pilvi Takala, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Antonio Tarsis, Issy Wood
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    • Castor

      Castor

      South
      Castor Enclave 1, 50 Resolution Way London SE8 4AL ChIJU2aUUvgCdkgROg1z6GiYUFc 51.478565,-0.025107 Castor is a contemporary art gallery based in South London, founded in 2016.
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    • Cecilia Brunson Projects

      Cecilia Brunson Projects

      South
      Cecilia Brunson Projects 2G Royal Oak Yard, Bermondsey Street London SE1 3GD ChIJJwOpqFwDdkgRt8FGu887qZA 51.499080,-0.082170 A leading Latin American Art Gallery in the UK and Europe
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    • Claas Reiss

      Claas Reiss

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      Claas Reiss 96 Robert Street London NW1 3QP ChIJNUUOcUQbdkgRH6rNjvWZVMQ 51.528627729127905,-0.14321763592851228 Contemporary gallery in London with program focused on 'new voices' in international painting
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    • Cooke Latham Gallery

      Cooke Latham Gallery

      South
      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

      South
      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

      South
      Corvi-Mora 1a Kempsford Road (off Wincott Street) London SE11 4NU ChIJoerTAZcEdkgRbB8dKi-aINU 51.491198060666896,-0.10839483680552986
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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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    • DADA Gallery

      DADA Gallery

      West
      DADA Gallery 4 Cromwell Place London SW7 2JE ChIJg8B36CoFdkgRut9fJvZPTks 51.49858491331475,-0.17723485910186074 DADA Gallery champions artists whose practice reflects the times and develops new ways in which art can speak truth to power. The gallery has earned a reputation for introducing the most exciting emerging artists from Africa and its diaspora to international audiences. DADA Gallery is committed to promoting artists exploring wide ranging themes such as youth, identity, sexuality, cultural and socio-economic issues. The gallery was founded in 2015 as an online journal that merged politics and art. It has since evolved and shifted its focus to exploring innovative and immersive ways to invite audiences to engage with its roster of...
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    • Darren Flook

      Darren Flook

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      Darren Flook 106 Great Portland St. London W1W 6PF ChIJJy9H79UadkgRl3BIxQ_4vLM 51.51945491399058,-0.14210687282663859 Darren Flook is a new, first floor commercial gallery on Great Portland Street, London, that evolved from Flook’s east London project space Freehouse. Darren Flook has been a curator and writer based in London for over 25 years.
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    • David Zwirner

      David Zwirner

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      David Zwirner 24 Grafton Street London W1S 4EZ ChIJ12aCiSkFdkgR6tDrrGh89WQ 51.50945,-0.143 Innovative, singular, and pioneering exhibitions
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    • Dellasposa Gallery

      Dellasposa Gallery

      West
      Dellasposa 2a Bathurst St Tyburnia, London W2 2SD ChIJGaW9ck0FdkgRyhYeupb--xk 51.51322690898852,-0.17474325397622242 Dellasposa is where art and culture are born of the aesthetic enjoyment and intellectual nourishment we derive through our visual world. Founded in 2016, the gallery today represents contemporary and modern artists from around the world united by their conceptual rigour and quality, timeless works of art. Dellasposa offers a bespoke art advisory service devoted to the notion of cross-collecting and tailored to collectors aesthetic interests and ambitions. We sincerely believe that trust and transparency is the foundation for everything we do and therefore place considerable value on the independent and impartial art advisory service we continue to offer to...
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    • domobaal

      domobaal

      Central
      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

      East
      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 ChIJj7HgCyAFdkgRHVblymM36Oc 51.5180870107134,-0.1408837961056436 Edel Assanti was founded in 2010 by Jeremy Epstein and Charlie Fellowes. The gallery works with international artists with interdisciplinary, research-led practices that engage with the social, cultural or political realities of the era in which they live. Having been located in London’s Fitzrovia for the past seven years, in 2022 the gallery opened new 4,000 square foot premises in a renovated listed building on Little Titchfield Street. Edel Assanti's space hosts a dynamic events programme in parallel to gallery exhibitions: talks, performances, screenings and live music. The gallery’s digital presence encompasses a multichapter series of artist video interviews and...
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    • Emalin

      Emalin

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

      Eve Leibe Gallery

      East
      Eve Leibe Gallery 5 Dalston Lane London E8 2NG ChIJm_CUSxkFdkgR1HGbC2T8o7s 51.547469559576854,-0.06945021961116198 Established in 2019, Eve Leibe gallery is a gallery space in London showing the work of emerging and mid-career artists.
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    • Fiumano Clase

      Fiumano Clase

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      Fiumano Clase First Floor 40-41 Pall Mall St James's London SW1Y 5JG ChIJCwXesEoFdkgRxocS34QAlDo 51.507558716747376,-0.1356471354082932 Five years after its formation the gallery has relocated to new premises on Pall Mall in central London. The central ethos of Fiumano Clase is to work collaboratively with artists, giving them the time, space and opportunity to develop their artistic practice unhindered by commercial pressures. The gallery works with a number of artists internationally, embracing a range of different practices from painting and sculpture, to photography, installation, video and performance art. Prior to the formation of Fiumano Clase in 2017, Francesca Fiumano was the owner Fiumano Fine Art and Andrés Clase was the owner of Orion Contemporary.
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    • FOLD

      FOLD

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      FOLD Gallery 158 New Cavendish Street London W1W 6YW ChIJ2xDojCkbdkgReFdRNDigqcY 51.52066,-0.13944 Promoting new art & challenging conventions
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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 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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    • Gagosian | Britannia Street

      Gagosian | Britannia Street

      East
      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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    • Galerie Max Hetzler

      Galerie Max Hetzler

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      Galerie Max Hetzler First Floor, 41 Dover Street London W1S 4NS 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 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 ChIJ380dwCkFdkgR5Q4CAbgKdfI 51.50832,-0.14237 Gazelli Art House was founded in 2003 in Baku, Azerbaijan where it held exhibitions with Azeri artists. Having hosted conceptually interlinked off-site exhibitions across London, founder and director Mila Askarova opened a permanent space on Dover Street, London in March 2012. In 2017, the redesigned gallery space reopened in Baku, with an ambitious annual programme showcasing both local and international artists. Representing artists Aziz+Cucher, Derek Boshier, Stanley Casselman, Francesco Jodice, Recycle Group, Kalliopi Lemos, Khaleb Brooks, Niyaz Najafov and Perle Fine amongst others, the gallery has built a diverse programme of artists working across sculpture, photography, painting, video, performance and...
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    • Goodman Gallery

      Goodman Gallery

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      Goodman Gallery 26 Cork Street London W1S 3ND 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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    • Artlogic Young & Emerging Gallery Initiative Gossamer Fog

      Gossamer Fog

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      Gossamer Fog BST 186a Deptford High Street London SE8 3PR ChIJP2q5BvMCdkgRpgH6jNwjEno 51.480450,-0.026120 "commissioning new risk-taking artwork and exhibitions cultivating critical artistic investigations around technology, science, ecology and society"
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    • greengrassi

      greengrassi

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      greengrassi 1a Kempsford Road London SE11 4NU ChIJ16FT2XIFdkgRN-jJ0or312c 51.49119334928858,-0.10840134247196023 greengrassi was opened in 1997 and is located in Kennington, South London
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    • Grosvenor Gallery

      Grosvenor Gallery

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      Grosvenor Gallery 35 Bury Street London SW1Y 6AU 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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    • Grove Collective

      Grove Collective

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      Grove Collective 9b Battersea Square London SW11 3RA ChIJISr6XgwFdkgROYJBBWuBppU 51.47811835562184,-0.17530089350832423 Grove Collective is a gallery and research organisation launched in 2021. The gallery works to exhibit a diverse range of international artists working across a variety of media to deliver an incisive and daring program. Additionally, Grove Collective researches and enacts viable alternatives to systemic impediments which impact the global art world. Areas of research focus include the long-term financial stability of artists, artists’ ability to monetise their administrative work, and mutual aid within artist-driven communities.
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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 ChIJYbwwcekddkgRksxlDpYevSg 51.551531235186594,-0.06261456137175953 Acting as a platform and support system artists are often denied, Guts works to challenge and revise this model; that leaves artists and staff undervalued and underpaid. In doing so, Guts exhibits artists at different stages of their career and facilitates genuine relationships between artists and collectors. Connecting artists who reflect their lived experiences in their work with those who are eager to support them. Guts applies adaptive business practices to position itself at the forefront of the art world’s next generation of contemporary voices. Guts flips the traditional power dynamics between gallerist and artist, creating safe spaces, accessibility, constructive...
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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 HackelBury Fine Art was founded over twenty-two years ago by Marcus Bury and Sascha Hackel. We are committed to championing artists working with the visual arts who push the boundaries of their medium to create meaningful and contemplative work. The London-based gallery initially showcased classic photography from the 20th century including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Berenice Abbott, and Malick Sidibe. The transition from traditional photography to more conceptual work was as intuitive as it was organic, beginning with artists such as Pascal Kern, Doug and Mike Starn, Garry Fabian Miller, Katja Liebmann, Ian McKeever, Stephen Inggs and Bill Armstrong. In recent years...
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    • Hales

      Hales

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      Hales 7 Bethnal Green Road London E1 6LA ChIJT_2WdbccdkgRNTDjaWos-Mw 51.523658,-0.076643 Founded by Paul Hedge and Paul Maslin 30 years ago, Hales Gallery opened in 1992 as a contemporary art space in Deptford, South London. In 2004 Hales 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. In October 2018, Hales Gallery opened a new primary New York location in Chelsea,...
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    • Hannah Barry Gallery

      Hannah Barry Gallery

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      Hannah Barry Gallery 4 Holly Grove London SE15 5DF ChIJhVElBaEDdkgRNyZYXIZVGR8 51.46994,-0.07139 Opening in 2008 Hannah Barry Gallery grew out of a series of temporary exhibition projects. The gallery also started Bold Tendencies, a not-for-profit arts commissioning organisation with an annual season in the rooftop spaces of Peckham Multi-Storey Car Park.
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    • Harlesden High Street

      Harlesden High Street

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      Harlesden High Street 57 High Street, Harlesden London NW10 9AG ChIJNaLDaBgbdkgR_0oYcElsoXQ 51.53603014574455,-0.24701265268631498 Harlesden High Street was founded with the mission of facilitating access between experimental/outsider artists and the traditional gallery system. We host several spaces across London exhibiting contemporary art by local and international artists, centering work by people of colour. In addition to our exhibition venues, we host a cultural outreach programme with an aim to reach audiences in ungentrified neighborhoods who might be less likely to engage with typical gallery programming. Our main space in Harlesden proudly only hosts people of colour in our programme, external and offsite spaces hosts an experimental programme transcending borders.
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    • Hauser & Wirth

      Hauser & Wirth

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      Hauser & Wirth 23 Savile Row London W1S 2ET 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 37-38 Bury Street London SW1Y 6BB 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 Herald St was established in 2005 by Ash L’ange and Nicky Verber. With two spaces across London, Herald St represents 28 international artists many of whom are held in museum collections, and are regularly included in exhibitions within public institutions.
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    • Hignell Gallery

      Hignell Gallery

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      Hignell Gallery 12 - 14 Shepherd Street London W1J 7JF ChIJr7CUMi8FdkgR2w5QLIXzHMw 51.5062755,-0.1469517 Contemporary sculpture gallery
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    • Hollybush Gardens

      Hollybush Gardens

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      Hollybush Gardens 1–2 Warner Yard London EC1R 5EY 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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    • Huxley-Parlour

      Huxley-Parlour

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      Huxley-Parlour 3-5 Swallow Street London W1B 4DE ChIJWSFRgdYEdkgRtybM1Globoc 51.50938,-0.13745 A forward-thinking modern and contemporary art gallery.
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    • Artlogic Young & Emerging Gallery Initiative indigo+madder

      indigo+madder

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      indigo+madder Enclave 5, 50 Resolution Way London SE8 4AL ChIJ3-yW0_MDdkgR-xaOLwsn7Kc 51.47871216,-0.02484778849 indigo+madder is a London-based art gallery with a special focus on contemporary art from South Asia and its diaspora
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    • IONE & MANN

      IONE & MANN

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      IONE & MANN Cromwell Place 4 Cromwell Place London SW7 2JE ChIJ1zVClUIFdkgRpa2F03_EWJY 51.49578911148281,-0.17469383068203076 Ione & Mann is a London based gallery dedicated to presenting new yet accomplished contemporary art
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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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    • James Hyman Gallery - 48 Maddox Street

      James Hyman Gallery - 48 Maddox Street

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      James Hyman Gallery 48 Maddox St London W1S 1AY ChIJfVOUASsFdkgRex7_DYGPXDA 51.51274641273574,-0.1438282306328929 LEADING SPECIALISTS IN MODERN BRITISH ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY
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    • James Hyman Gallery - 50 Maddox Streeet

      James Hyman Gallery - 50 Maddox Streeet

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      James Hyman Gallery 50 Maddox St London W1S 1AY ChIJfVOUASsFdkgR7AdNYxjuayY 51.512686504892585,-0.14383722908269725 LEADING SPECIALISTS IN MODERN BRITISH ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY
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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 ChIJRXwZPyobdkgRYCr_XLbz_Cw 51.5188,-0.13975 Josh Lilley opened in Fitzrovia in May 2009. In 2020, after 90 exhibitions, the gallery expanded into adjoining premises to double the exhibition space, viewing rooms and street facade. Over the past 12 years the gallery has mounted important introductory exhibitions for international artists such as Derek Fordjour, Kathleen Ryan, Analia Saban, Aliza Nisenbaum, Brian Bress and Alex Da Corte, alongside longterm support of British artists at the forefront of contemporary discourse including Nick Goss, Vicky Wright, Ryan Mosley, Nicholas Hatfull and Ryan Mosley.
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    • Karsten Schubert London

      Karsten Schubert London

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      Karsten Schubert London Room 2, 44 Lexington Street London W1F 0LW ChIJhxePkdQEdkgRhHhBNYJA3mg 51.51310,-0.13609 Throughout its esteemed 30-year history the gallery has championed contemporary artists from across the globe, with a special focus on artists from the UK. Karsten Schubert London represents a selection of prominent and emerging British artists: Rose English, Sarah Kogan, Frances Richardson and Alison Wilding. Since its founding in 1986 the gallery has presented a continuous programme in London’s Soho, today operating at 46 and 44 Lexington Street.
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    • Kate MacGarry

      Kate MacGarry

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      Kate MacGarry 27 Old Nichol Street London E2 7HR ChIJU3l5RbccdkgR2arp0tj1PeE 51.524841,-0.07475 Kate MacGarry is a contemporary art gallery based in East London where it runs an internationally recognised program, exploring wide-ranging and interdisciplinary practices.
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    • KÖNIG London

      KÖNIG London

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      KÖNIG London 259 Old Marylebone Road London NW1 5RA ChIJVVXFr7UadkgRjlckMB-sDCU 51.51941,-0.16594 KÖNIG GALERIE was founded in Berlin by Johann König in 2002, and currently represents 40 international emerging and established artists, mostly belonging to a younger generation. The program’s focus is on interdisciplinary, concept-oriented and space-based approaches in a variety of media including sculpture, video, sound, painting, printmaking, photography and performance.
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    • Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

      Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

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      Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery 2 Melior Place London SE1 3SZ ChIJ7X3N-loDdkgRXuyU-tRlazw 51.50206,-0.0842 For Those Who Collect Tomorrow
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    • LAMB

      LAMB

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      LAMB 32 St. George Street London W1S 2EA ChIJY2qxBuUFdkgRAh-VjtAg55Q 51.51285454809267,-0.14298309204609216 LAMB was founded in 2015 to promote emerging artists in Europe and Latin America.
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    • Lehmann Maupin

      Lehmann Maupin

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      Lehmann Maupin 1 Cromwell Place London SW7 2JE ChIJsX1UlUIFdkgRJ4pDtyMB2EY 51.49489,-0.17459 Lehmann Maupin represents a diverse range of contemporary artists and estates from around the world.
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    • Lévy Gorvy - Albemarle Street

      Lévy Gorvy - Albemarle Street

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      Lévy Gorvy 40 Albemarle Street London W1S 4TE ChIJQZPO6CkFdkgRXDj-S-AM4kA 51.508320,-0.140800
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    • Lévy Gorvy - Old Bond Street

      Lévy Gorvy - Old Bond Street

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      Lévy Gorvy 22 Old Bond Street London W1S 4PY ChIJWext_ikFdkgRv4KmoDJCLUM 51.50943,-0.14113 Lévy Gorvy, formed by Dominique Lévy and Brett Gorvy, cultivates a program devoted to innovation and connoisseurship in the fields of postwar and contemporary art.
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    • Lisson Gallery - Bell Street

      Lisson Gallery - Bell Street

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      Lisson Gallery 27 Bell Street NW1 5BY London 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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    • LUNGLEY Gallery

      LUNGLEY Gallery

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      LUNGLEY Gallery 53 Great Portland Street 2nd Floor London W1W 7LG Entrance at junction of Great Portland and Mortimer St. ChIJ37Os5pMcdkgRImKbgksYuEM 51.517589008664686,-0.14171289306616874 Contemporary art gallery showcasing the work of emerging artists.
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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 Founded in 2015, Maddox Gallery has quickly established itself as an international powerhouse within the world of contemporary and modern art. With five locations in London, Gstaad and Los Angeles showcasing some of the most respected blue-chip, established and emerging artists, our galleries are welcoming spaces in which both seasoned and aspiring collectors can immerse themselves in the art world. Exhibiting artworks by some of the most talented emerging artists of today, including Dawn Okoro, Cooper and Sebastian Chaumeton, we are dedicated to supporting the work of the artists within the Maddox Gallery group. Alongside established names like The Connor...
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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 55 South Audley Street London W1K 2QH ChIJ2VXov9UEdkgRsR101JaPWTA 51.50977,-0.15207 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 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.
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    • Maureen Paley: Studio M

      Maureen Paley: Studio M

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      Studio M Rochelle Friars Mount House 7 Playground Gardens London E2 7FA ChIJm_7GJfoddkgRpOOVnmawR1I 51.525940,-0.073830 Studio M opened in October 2020 by Maureen Paley
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    • Maximillian William

      Maximillian William

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      Maximillian William 47 Mortimer Street London W1W 8HJ ChIJHaeOROobdkgRt6mAKsFunZg 51.51799,-0.13923 Founded in 2015, Maximilian 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 ChIJETdaA9YEdkgR-sI0VvrSguI 51.50907917527551,-0.14055562757361897 A leading gallery specialised in Post-War Italian and Modern Art located 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 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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    • MMX Gallery

      MMX Gallery

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      MMX Gallery 448 New Cross Road London SE14 6TY ChIJP27DYvYCdkgRO-fkoB7CJzg 51.47541,-0.02905 “The image is everything and is celebrated by MMX Gallery with conviction and believe that what is seen is to be treasured.”
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    • Artlogic Young & Emerging Gallery Initiative Moarain House

      Moarain House

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      223 Cambridge Heath Road London E2 0EL ChIJSVrwidocdkgRnCHzrlZZdZw 51.52495,-0.05519320 "Our programme is focused on emerging contemporary practice with an emphasis on materiality with a subtle femme bias"
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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 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 ChIJixEkitAcdkgRlsAgvHndxbQ 51.52454,-0.05734 Established in Dublin, 2006, mother’s tankstation privileges the development of emerging and complex practices, presented within critical/polemical frameworks. In addition to the Dublin base, mother’s opened a London space in 2017, which has established itself on the ground floor in the busy gallery district of Bethnal Green. The combined programme includes nine+ exhibitions annually, through which a growing number of represented artists have been introduced to significant international attention. A further presence is constructed through art fairs, concentrating on Frieze and Art Basel. Pre-COVID, mother’s tankstation has hosted CONDO London three times and participated in ‘boutique’ events globally. Curated presentations...
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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

      6D Sheep Ln, London E8 4QS ChIJ_cN5vMIcdkgRSEaxHOmcU6Y 51.53553652584055,-0.059803284655484915 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 contemporary art gallery dedicated to supporting the development of emerging artists.
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    • Niru Ratnam | Ganton Street

      Niru Ratnam | Ganton Street

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      Niru Ratnam First Floor, 23 Ganton Street London W1F 9BW ChIJMa0d5UAFdkgRioGX5NjG_L0 51.51285,-0.13918 The gallery opened in July 2021 with a small group show and subsequently has had solo shows of Matthew Krishanu and Lydia Blakeley. The exhibition that will take place during London Art Weekend is a solo show by Alicia Reyes McNamara.
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    • Niru Ratnam | Ham Yard

      Niru Ratnam | Ham Yard

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      Niru Ratnam 6 Denman Place, Ham Yard London, W1D 7AH Ehc2IERlbm1hbiBTdCwgTG9uZG9uLCBVSyIwEi4KFAoSCWW9cfLTBHZIEccK 51.51084108005751,-0.13485971732027005 The gallery opened in July 2021 with a small group show and subsequently has had solo shows of Matthew Krishanu and Lydia Blakeley. The exhibition that will take place during London Art Weekend is a solo show by Alicia Reyes McNamara.
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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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    • October Gallery

      October Gallery

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      24 Old Gloucester St, London WC1N 3AL ChIJsxgKmTYbdkgRK6qKipGeNko 51.52118106004604,-0.12167448465916977 Founded in 1979, October Gallery is a charitable trust that is supported by sales of art, rental of the Gallery's facilities, grants from various funding bodies and the active support of dedicated artists, musicians, writers and others. From its beginnings, the October Gallery has promoted the art and artists of the Transvangarde or trans-cultural avant-garde . Since then, the October Gallery has exhibited the work of artists from more than 65 different countries, and from regions that include Africa, Asia, Australia, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, India and Oceania.
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    • Offer Waterman

      Offer Waterman

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      Offer Waterman 17 St George Street London W1S 1FJ ChIJn_pX4ioFdkgRZyvLsy50PDA 51.513069,-0.143520 Specialist Dealers in Modern, Post-War and Contemporary British Art
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    • Opera Gallery

      Opera Gallery

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      Opera Gallery 134 New Bond Street London W1S 2TF ChIJUcQnrysFdkgRnvV3sBtriPk 51.5126,-0.14479 Opera Gallery - Celebrating art around the world since 1994
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    • Pace Gallery

      Pace Gallery

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      Pace Gallery 5 Hanover Square, London W1S 1HQ 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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    • Parafin Gallery

      Parafin Gallery

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      Parafin Gallery 18 Woodstock Street London W1C 2AL ChIJU0mbpCwFdkgRBFhbvfXfbLw 51.51408,-0.14711 Parafin was opened by Ben Tufnell and Matt Watkins in 2014. The gallery represents a broad selection of artists from emerging talents such as Fred Sorrell to major figures such as Nathan Coley, Tania Kovats, Hamish Fulton and Nancy Holt
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    • PATERSON ZEVI

      PATERSON ZEVI

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      PATERSON ZEVI Flat 1, 41 Davies Street London W1K 4LT ChIJVUniXywFdkgRonPh5RsvMw0 51.51133,-0.14766 PATERSON ZEVI works across both the gallery and museum sectors to serve international artists, collectors, institutions and philanthropic projects. It is an evolution of ALMA ZEVI gallery, founded in Venice in 2016. PATERSON ZEVI’s mission is to provide a dynamic platform for both international emerging and established artists. Recent presentations in London include 'Christopher Green: The Blue Mask' (2021); 'Abracadabra' a group show curated by Freddie Powell (2021) and ‘Katy Stubbs: Price Choppers’ (2020).
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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.
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    • Paul Stolper Gallery

      Paul Stolper Gallery

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      Paul Stolper 31 Museum Street London WC1A 1LH ChIJ9ZaHqzMbdkgRov8wxcT0iWc 51.51801,-0.12599 Paul Stolper Gallery is a contemporary London art gallery and a leading publisher of contemporary editions.
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    • Pi Artworks London

      Pi Artworks London

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      Pi Artworks London 55 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8EG 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 Pilar Corrias Gallery is a contemporary art gallery owned by Pilar Corrias
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    • Pilar Corrias Savile Row

      Pilar Corrias Savile Row

      Pilar Corrias Savile Row 2 Savile Row London W1S 3PA ChIJVysGFKgFdkgRvL48M0d2bP0 51.51050674884801,-0.13949923091334637 Pilar Corrias opened a second London gallery space at 2 Savile Row in July 2021, designed by London and Oslo-based architect firm Hesselbrand
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    • Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

      Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

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      Pippy Houldsworth Gallery 6 Heddon Street London W1B 4BT