Wed&Thur 11:00-9, Fri&Sat 11:00-7, Sun 11:00-17:00
London Art Fair presents over 100 galleries featuring the great names of 20th century British art and exceptional contemporary work from leading figures and emerging talent. You’ll also find solo shows and curated group displays in our Art Projects section, with galleries drawn from across the world, while Photo50 is a showcase for contemporary photography with 50 works selected by a distinguished panel.
Tue-Fri 10:00-17:00 Sat 12:00-17:00
Formed in April 2002, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is an independent association between the long-established St James's art dealers Hazlitt Gooden and Fox, and James Holland-Hibbert. With special emphasis on Modern British painting, drawing and sculpture, the gallery holds a selected stock of twentieth century examples ranging from the most representative work of the turn of the century to the more abstract examples of the post-war avant-garde. Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert are able to offer discreet advice on the purchase and sale of modern works of art and the acquisition of new works either for stock or for sale on a consignment basis.
Our prizewinning galleries are internationally acclaimed both for the beauty of the space and the quality of the exhibitions presented. Entry to all exhibitions, talks and events is free.
Mon-Fri 10:00-18:00 Sat 10:00-12:30
Connaught Brown is one of Britain’s leading fine art galleries specialising in paintings and drawings by artists from the French Impressionist, Post Impressionist and Modern Master periods. Connaught Brown is located just off Piccadilly, in the heart of London’s West End, where it has been operating since its foundation in 1985. The gallery’s French Impressionist and Post Impressionist paintings and drawings include works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Edgar Degas and Raoul Dufy. The gallery’s Post Impressionist exhibitions and stock encompass works from many of the period’s most exciting movements, from the Nabis to the Pointillists and the Fauves. Additionally, it has developed a distinctive specialisation in Scandinavian paintings of this period, circa 1870 to 1940. Connaught Brown holds important art works by the Modern Masters, including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore and Marc Chagall. Constantly buying and selling, the gallery has a large and continuously changing collection of fine art works available for sale.
Tue-Thur 12:00-19:00 Sat & Sun 12:00-18:00 During exhibitions only
The L-13 Light Industrial Workshop and Private Ladies and Gentlemen's Club for Art, Leisure and the Disruptive Betterment of Culture is an independent contemporary art space in Clerkenwell, London. L-13 seeks to reinvigorate and subvert pre-conceived ways in which art is considered and produced, blurring the distinctions between art production and exhibition. We not only represent, but also works in close and long-term collaboration with an distinct group of artists who, through multifaceted creative practices, share a fondness for candid social criticism and a betrothed, playful approach to the serious process of making art.
Tue-Fri 10:00-17:00:30, Sat 10:00-1:30
Long & Ryle was founded in 1988 when Sarah Long, formerly of the Wraxall Gallery, joined forces with Carolyn Ryle-Hodges, a Courtauld Institute of Art graduate and advisor on the purchase of twentieth century art. The partnership exists to provide a quality, specialist service to clients who wish to purchase Modern and Contemporary art.
Opus Art is housed in a beautiful Art Nouveau building, Milburn House, on Dean Street close to Newcastle’s Quayside and Central Station. The gallery boasts a large reception area and three separate viewing rooms, plus a ‘windows’ gallery overlooking a busy street. The gallery is by appointment only, Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm. Established in 2005, Opus Art, the North’s premier contemporary art gallery, represents the best in cutting edge contemporary art and photography. Its extensive roster of artists includes Chris Acheson, Kim Baker, Charlotte Bracegirdle, Teresa Duck, Hector de Gregorio, Hush, Chris Kettle and Karl de Vroomen. In addition to maintaining an international presence through its websites, Opus Art hosts exhibitions in major cities and attends international art fairs, typically in New York, Miami, Basel and London.
Mon-Sat 10:00-7:30 Sun 11:00-18:00:30
Pangolin London is one of the city’s few galleries dedicated to exhibiting sculpture and since opening in 2008, continues to deliver a rotating exhibition programme of the highest quality. In addition to the exhibitions in the gallery, Pangolin London also curates a changing exhibition of large scale sculpture throughout the public spaces and canal-side at Kings Place as well as holding a series of talks and lectures to coincide with exhibitions.
Mon-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat by appointment.
After eight years, and with more than 100 gallery exhibitions behind us, Panter & Hall has continued to grow apace. A success we attribute entirely to the consistent support of our regular clients and artists. The selected illustrations on our website will hopefully tempt you to start a collection or cultivate an existing passion. With an exciting programme of solo and mixed gallery shows throughout the coming year, we will introduce you to work by fresh young talent alongside the most celebrated names in twentieth century art. Panter & Hall undertake valuations, commission bidding at auction and disposal of estates or individual works of art. Our gallery premises are also available for hire for corporate or private functions.
Mon-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-18:00.
Purdy Hicks first opened the gallery in 1992 in Jacob Street Studios in south east London. It moved in 1995 to its present site, a 3000 sq ft former Victorian warehouse, close to Tate Modern. The gallery is committed to exhibiting the best of contemporary international art by established and emerging artists.
45 Cavalry Square, London, Greater London SW3 4RB, UK. http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk
Daily 10:00-18:00, Daily
The Saatchi Gallery aims to provide an innovative forum for contemporary art, presenting work by largely unseen young artists or by international artists whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the UK. The audience for exhibitions of contemporary art has increased widely during the recent years as general awareness and interest in contemporary art has developed both in Britain and abroad. When The Saatchi Gallery first opened over twenty five years ago it was only those who had a dedicated interest in contemporary art who sought out the gallery to see work by new artists. The audience, however, built steadily over the years and by the time the gallery left its second home at County Hall, visitor numbers reached 600,000 per annum, with over 1,000 schools organising student visits.
Mon-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 12-3.
Sarah Myerscough Fine Art was established in London’s West End in 1998 as a space for both emerging and established British artists. The gallery exhibits a range of painting, photography, installation and applied arts with the aim of encouraging innovation and cutting edge vitality, as well as a strong emphasis on distinguished technical skill and artistic integrity in contemporary art. Through a programme of solo and curated group exhibitions, the gallery aims to present the public with a diversity of artists whose work exemplifies the above skills and qualities, establishing the space as a context for progressive contemporary art that is also aesthetically admirable. The gallery continues to find fresh talent from leading British art schools as well as supporting and developing the international careers of the gallery’s more established artists.
Mon-Fri: 10:00-18:00.Sat: 11:00-16:00.Sun: Closed
Scream's exhibition programme maintains a strong Pop art and urban aesthetic and continues to promote established artists alongside innovative contemporary talent. Scream is proud to support and nurture the careers of emerging international artists Bruce French, Derrick Santini, Greg Miller, Malgosia Stepnik, Pakpoom Silaphan and Russell Young. Since opening in 2006, in an effort to contextualise the practices of our emerging artists, Scream has established a reputation for sourcing a rich selection of contemporary and modern works. Scream remains committed to enhancing the collections of our loyal and expanding client base through the placement of both primary and secondary artworks.
Mon-Fri, 10:00-18:00 .
TAG Fine Arts is based on Upper Street, Islington. Since launching at the London Art Fair in 2007, we have successfully represented emerging and established artists, many of whom trained at leading UK arts colleges including Central St. Martin’s, the Royal Academy and the Royal College of Art. In 2010 Co-Director Diana Ewer [view her blog here] relocated to New York City, where she is working closely with new and existing TAG artists on further international projects.
MONDAY UNTIL SATURDAY. 10 AM UNTIL 5 PM
Millennium is an independent gallery based in St Ives, Cornwall occupying three floors of exhibition space. Our aim is to provide a supportive platform for artists and present museum quality shows. The range of work on show is diverse in media and rendering, emphasis is placed on authenticity and the human search for 'why we are here' the journey taken from dark to light.