Underdog Art Gallery
Five minutes walk from London Bridge station, between The Shard and The White Cube, U.D.A.G is host to some of the most contemporary art and design shows in South East London. Dealing in contemporary
Eames Fine Art Gallery
Founders of Eames Fine Art, Rebecca and Vincent Eames, are both qualified art historians and share a real passion for 20th and 21st century art. They met studying History of Art at UCL and went on to
Toynbee Studios
Artsadmin makes art happen. Our vision is to be an arts lab for the 21st Century for the creation of performance, site-specific and interdisciplinary work, where the innovative, experimental and
Gallery Thirteen & Frames
Gallery13 Ltd, founded back in 1989, originally occupied the famous shop at 228 Bishopsgate, one of the very first shops which was opened at the same time of Liverpool Street Station. Situated in
New Artist Fair
This year's 'Summer Exhibition' promises to be bigger and better than ever before, with a total of 120 Artists taking part in one of the most popular events in London's art calendar. The New Artist
The gallery is a unique and intimate space, occupying the top floor of a large restored late Georgian town house in the heart of Bermondsey SE1. We opened our doors late 2013, and have an exciting
Our aim is to provide a rolling programme of high-profile Fine art and Design exhibitions and events. From internationally acclaimed and well-established artists to emerging talents, ArtMoorHouse
Tate Modern Staff Entrance
This major retrospective charts Hepworth's progress from her earliest surviving carvings to the large-scale bronzes of the 1960s. Members are at the heart of Tate and every year provide vital support
The Arts Catalyst
The Arts Catalyst is one of the UK's most distinctive arts organisations, distinguished by ambitious art commissions and its unique take on art-science practice. Our primary focus is commissioning new
Dyson Art
By using carefully selected materials catered to each client, we strive to create unique, beautiful frames, whilst always meeting 'museum' and 'conservation level' framing standards as a minimum

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