58 Gloucester Road, London SW7 4QT, England / 4420.7584.1821 /

French art studio is proud to present a rich variety of wonderful artists.
French art studio alternate solo shows and group shows at various pop up locations. French art studio also participate to international art fairs in the uk and around the world. Open: By appointment only.


10 Hanover
10 Hanover St, London W1S 1YQ, England/ 212.734.6300 /

10 Hanover is a private fine art dealership and exhibition space based in Mayfair, London.Open: Mon-Fri, 10am–6:30pm; Sat 11am–5pm; Sunday by appointment only.


    Almine Rech
    Grosvenor Hill, Broadbent House, W1K 3JH, England/442072873644/

    Based in Paris since 1997, Brussels since 2007, Almine Rech Gallery opens in London in 2014
    The Almine Rech Gallery artistic focus is defined by strong individualities who share a deep commitment to creativity and originality. Open: Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm.

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    Beaux Arts Gallery
    48 Maddox St, London W1S 1AY, England/ 4420.7493.1155/

    Beaux Arts opened a new space in Maddox Street in February 2014 after two decades in Cork Street. Here it developed a reputation for exhibiting carefully selected Modern British and innovative, contemporary painters and sculptors. The gallery’s focus is evenly divided between nurturing talent among the current generation of emerging artists – selected for their original practice as much as the aesthetic qualities of their work – and showing the work of established artists such as John Bellany, Lynn Chadwick, Patrick Heron, Roger Hilton, Peter Lanyon and John Piper. Open: Mon-Sat, 11am–6pm.


      Bernard Jacobson Gallery
      28 Duke St, St James's, London SW1Y 6AG, England /4420.7734.3431/

      Bernard Jacobson Gallery was founded in 1969. In 2015 Bernard Jacobson Gallery moved to prestigious new premises in Duke Street St James's, London, opposite the side entrance of Fortnum and Mason, and just off Piccadilly. The new gallery, designed by Nick Gowing architects, occupies the ground and lower ground floor of the historic, mid-century, French Railways House. The inaugural exhibition presented a survey of major works by Robert Motherwell to mark the centenary of the artist's birth on 24th January 1915. Bernard Jacobson Gallery has a strong presence at major international art fairs, having participated at The Armory Show, New York; Expo Chicago; Frieze Masters, London; and regularly taking part in the prestigious Art Basel fairs in Hong Kong, Basel, and Miami Beach. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat 11am–2pm.


      Cadogan Contemporary
      87 Old Brompton Road, London SW3 3LD, England/4420.7581.5451/

      Cadogan Contemporary is a truly independent art gallery. The gallery was founded in the early 1980’s in the heart of Belgravia by Christopher Burness. After a few years in Pont Street, the gallery moved close to Draycott Avenue, SW3, where it remained for 20 years gaining prominence, royal patronage and developing its catalogue of artists. In 2007 Cadogan Contemporary moved to their current premises at 87 Old Brompton Road in South Kensington, an easily accessible and vibrant location which brings in its international clientele. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat 11am–2pm.


      David Zwirner
      24 Grafton St, London W1S 4EZ, England /4420.3538.3165/

      The gallery is located in the heart of Mayfair near Berkeley Square on Grafton Street, just a few doors down from The Arts Club. Dover Street becomes Grafton Street at the top of Hay Hill. Open: Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm.


      Eleven Fine Art
      11 Eccleston St, London SW1W 9LX, England/ 4402.0782.35540 /

      Founded in October 2005 by Charlie Phillips, previously founding director of Haunch of Venison, and Laura Lopes, Eleven is committed to exhibiting the best of international contemporary art by both established and emerging artists. Susannah Haworth Dunn is the gallery manager. Eleven operates from its permanent gallery space in Belgravia and has also run pop up galleries throughout London. Eleven shows Photo London and has shown at Art 14 and Volta art fairs in New York and Basel. Eleven also acts as an art advisory service and with twenty years of experience in the art world Charlie Phillips is well placed to help clients looking to start a collection or build on an existing one.Open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 11am-6pm; Thursday , 11am-7pm; Saturday, 11am-4pm.

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      Eyestorm Gallery
      1-5 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1M 5PA, England/44084.5643.2001 /

      Eyestorm is a leading online retailer and publisher of limited edition contemporary art, offering work by both established and emerging artists. Initially set up to offer signed pieces by some of the world’s most celebrated artists and photographers at an affordable price, over the past 12 years Eyestorm has published limited editions with some of the most established names in the art world including Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Andy Goldsworthy, Peter Blake, Marc Quinn and Helmut Newton.Open: Mon-Fri, 9:30am–6pm.


      Geist Galleries
      Mayfair, London, England/ 4420.3565.7859 /

      Geist is an international private art dealership and collection. Open: By appointment only.


      Heist Gallery
      41-43 Linden Gardens, Notting Hill, London W2 4HQ, England/ 442.0722.10963 /

      HEIST is a leading Contemporary, Commercial and Fine-Art Photography Collective, with the ultimate goal of giving notable photographers a voice to present and showcase their work to both its own following and the world at large.Open: By appointment only.


      Jill George Gallery
      P.O. Box 65793, London NW2 9PD, England/ 4420.7439.7319 /

      The Gallery was established within the heart of London's West End in 1974 and moved to Lexington Street, Soho, in 1987 and changed its name to Jill George Gallery in 1991. The Gallery represents paintings, drawings, watercolours, monoprints and limited edition prints by British Contemporary artists from the established artist to the recent graduate. There is an exhibition every five weeks and a selection of originals and prints is always available. Open: Mon-Sun, 11am-6pm.


      Lisson Gallery
      27 & 52 Bell Street, London NW1 5DA, England/ 4420.7724.2739 /

      Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Since being founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, it has championed the careers of artists who have transformed the way art was made and presented. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 11am-5pm.


      Marlborough Contemporary
      6 Albemarle St, London W1S 4BY, England/ 4420.7629.5161 /

      Marlborough Fine Art was founded in 1946 by Frank Lloyd and Harry Fischer who had emigrated from Vienna to England shortly after the outbreak of war. In Vienna, Lloyd's family had been art and antique dealers for three generations and Fischer had dealt in antiquarian books. They were joined in 1947 by David Somerset, later Duke of Beaufort. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-5:30pm; Saturday 10am-4pm.


      Paragon Press
      6 Wetherby Gardens, London SW5 OJN, England/ 4420.7370.1200 /

      Charles Booth-Clibborn founded Paragon in 1986 and it has since published over 120 projects involving some of the most renowned contemporary artists. Paragon works with a number of different print studios both in the UK and on the Continent to best suit the artist’s requirements. It is intended that the nature of the commission will stimulate a significant work of art in print by the chosen artist.Paragon has placed its projects with important museums and contemporary art collections around the world.


        Saatchi Gallery
        Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London SW3 4SQ, England / 4420.7811.3070 /

        The Saatchi Gallery is a London gallery for contemporary art, opened by Charles Saatchi in 1985 in order to exhibit his collection to the public. Open: Mon-Sun, 10am-6pm.


          4 Herald street, London E2 6JT, England/ 4420.7729.3122/

          HOTEL began as an independent exhibition space located in Bethnal Green in the apartment of Darren Flook and Christabel Stewart, later expanding into the vacated shop space. Exhibiting artists located outside London often stayed during the production period of their project, creating a space that combined personal, domestic, social and exhibition areas. Open: Wed-Sun 12pm - 6pm or by appointment .


          Lazarides Gallery
          11 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1HR, England/ 44207.636.5443/

          Set in the heart of London's Fitzrovia, Lazarides Rathbone exhibits many of the most significant artists thriving outside the conventional contemporary art market. While Lazarides is considered the international market leader in what is dubbed urban art, many of the contemporary artists on display defy categorisation. Since being founded in 2006 Lazarides has been a constant force in championing the careers of artists who have transformed the way art is made and presented. These include a generation of pioneering street artists such as Mode 2, Invader and Todd James alongside influential British portrait artists Jonathan Yeo and Antony Micallef. Open: Tuesday by appointment, Wed-Sat, 11am–7pm.


          White Cube
          144 – 152 Bermondsey Street London SE1 3TQ, England/ 44207.930.5373/

          Since its inception, the building has hosted a variety of important exhibitions such as the first UK showing of work by American artist Theaster Gates, a comprehensive retrospective of prints by Chuck Close and the largest presentation of Anselm Kiefer work's ever staged in London. To accompany these exhibitions, an education programme and an ongoing series of artists films, feature films and lectures takes place in the purpose-built 60 seat auditorium. Open: Tue-Sat, 10am - 6pm; Sunday 12pm - 6pm,


          Hauser & Wirth
          23 Savile Row London W1S 2ET, England/ 4420.7287.2300/

          Hauser & Wirth is an internationally acclaimed gallery of contemporary and modern art. Open: Tue-Sat, 10am – 6pm.


          Herald St
          2 Herald St, London E2 6JT, England/ 4420.7168.2566/

          Herald St is contemporary art gallery in Bethnal Green, London. Herald St was set up at the beginning of 2005 by Nicky Verber and Ash L’ange. Herald St in its current remit represents 25 international artists. The aim of the gallery is to offer a place for experimentation and play, showing established artists whilst simultaneously offering a platform for emerging artists. Open: Wedn-Fri, 11am-6pm; Sat-Sun or by appointment.


          Maureen Paley
          21 Herald Street, London E2 6JT, England/ 4420.7729.4112/

          Maureen Paley was one of the first to present contemporary art in London’s East End and has been a pioneer of the current scene promoting and showing art from the USA and continental Europe as well as launching new talent from the UK. Open: Wed-Sun, 11am-6pm.


          Modern Art
          4-8 Helmet Row London EC1V 3QJ, England/ 4420.7299.7950/

          Architect-designed gallery opened in 2014 in a pre-war factory, representing contemporary artists. Open: Tue-Sat, 11am - 6pm and by appointment.


          27 Bell Street London NW1 5BY, England/ 4420.7724.2739/

          Since being founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, it has championed the careers of artists who have transformed the way art was made and presented. These include many important Minimal and Conceptual artists, such as Sol LeWitt and Richard Long, as well as a whole generation of significant British sculptors from Anish Kapoor and Richard Deacon to Shirazeh Houshiary and Tony Cragg. It continues to support the future of its artists, the legacy of historical figures, the evolving practice of established artists and the wide-ranging potential of emerging and new talents. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am–6pm; Saturday, 11am–5pm.


          Sadie Coles HQ
          1 Davies Street London W1K 3DB, England/ 4420.7493.8611/

          Sadie Coles HQ is a contemporary art gallery in London, owned and directed by Sadie Coles. The gallery focuses on presenting the work of established and emerging international artists. It has been at the forefront of the Young British Artists movement. Open: Tue-Sat, 11am–6pm.


          132 Tyers Street Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, London SE11 5HS, England/ 0207.820.0277/

          Cabinet has been a fixture on the scene for 20 years, moving from Brixton and Farringdon to its current spot on Old Street. But, despite being a favourite of heavyweight curators for showing great artists like Enrico David and Mark Leckey, it keeps a low-key public profile.


          Spruth Magers
          7A Grafton Street London, W1S 4EJ, England/ 4420.7408.1613/

          Known for its rigorously curatorial approach to its program and for a deep and enduring devotion to the artists it represents, the gallery has, over the past three decades, fostered close and cooperative relationships with museums and curators worldwide. Meanwhile it continues its tradition of commissioning new scholarship and creating innovative books and publications. 


          Simon Lee
          12 Berkeley Street London W1J 8DT, England/ 4420.7491.0100/

          Simon Lee Gallery was founded in 2002 in Mayfair, London. It represents artists of diverse generations whose practices range from sculpture and painting to video and photography and who share a broad interest in an exploration of the conceptual. Aiming to provide a significant British and international audience for its artists, the gallery also regularly punctuates its programme with historical exhibitions and curated group shows. The gallery publishes catalogues and artist’s monographs and collaborates with museums and other commercial galleries to give its artists exposure outside London and to provide them with a rigorous context. Open: Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm.


          Campoli Presti
          223 Cambridge Heath Rd London E2 0EL, England/ 4420.7739.4632/

          Campoli Presti’s program is focused on artists who explore the historical and material condition of their medium. The gallery first introduced a generation of artists based in the United States and Europe, cultivating their early exposure, and establishing critical and institutional representation here. Activating an ongoing conversation between European and American art around the conventions of pictorial, sculptural, and photographic representation, the gallery’s artists are critically engaged with notions of authorship and the role of the artist. Open: Tue-Fri, 10.30am– 6.30pm; Saturday 11am – 6pm; Sunday (during exhibitions) 12pm - 6pm.


          Bowman Sculpture
          6 Duke Street St. James's London SW1Y6BN, England/ 4420.7930.0277/

          Bowman Sculpture is based at 6 Duke Street, St James’s, London, and is the foremost gallery in the world for sculpture by Auguste Rodin. Bowman Sculpture holds regular exhibitions at the gallery at 6 Duke Street, St James’s, positioned between Christie’s and the Royal Academy of Arts, in the heart of London’s art world. The gallery also participates in major international art fairs including TEFAF Maastrict, Masterpiece London and Fine Art Asia, Hong Kong. Open: Mon-Fri, 10 am-6 pm. Saturday by appointment only.