Green Cardamom - London - U.K.

Green Cardamom is a visual arts organisation. We develop new curatorial projects through exhibitions, publications, talks and other events, often working in collaboration with public museums and galleries. Green Cardamom operates on a not-for-profit basis and is supported by the Rangoonwala Foundation.We run a regular gallery programme in our London space, offering the artists we work with a London platform and channelling the funds generated to our project work. The organisation’s primary focus is international contemporary art viewed from an Indian Ocean perspective. Green Cardamom's programme is informed by artistic practice in Pakistan, South and Central Asia, and the Middle East.

Website : http://www.greencardamom.net/index.php


Goedhuis Contemporary - London - U.K.

Michael Goedhuis opened Goedhuis Contemporary in London in 1995 and inaugurated the New York space in January 2002, after spending two decades specializing in early Asian art. His principal activity today is the promotion of the best Chinese contemporary art and artists throughout the world. He believes that China is currently undergoing a true "cultural revolution" which is not confined to art but is manifest in film, music, theatre, design, dance and literature.

Website : http://www.goedhuiscontemporary.com/


Gimpel Fils - London - U.K.

Gimpel Fils was founded in 1946 by brothers Charles and Peter Gimpel. They added "Fils" in homage to their father René, the dealer and collector whose journal Diary of an Art Dealer was first published in 1966. During the fifties and sixties the gallery was associated with the avant-garde, giving Lynn Chadwick, Anthony Caro, Peter Lanyon and Alan Davie their first exhibitions, alongside exhibitions of Larry Rivers, Marcel Duchamp and Yves Klein.
Whilst the gallery continues to work with an older generation of British abstract painters including Alan Davie and Albert Irvin in keeping with its history, under the direction of fourth generation dealer Rene Gimpel and co-director Jackie Haliday, Gimpel Fils continues to develop its contemporary programme with the recent inclusion of Andres Serrano, Callum Morton and Hannah Maybank.
The gallery underwent major refurbishment in the winter of 2000 in order to update the gallery space to reflect the dynamism and contemporary nature of Gimpel Fils' exhibition programme. The inaugural installation by Richard Wilson marked a new era in the gallery's history and cemented Gimpel Fils' continuing commitment to contemporary art.

Website : http://www.gimpelfils.com/index.php


Gilden's Arts Gallery - London - UK

Gilden's Arts was established in 1981, specialising in Modern Fine Art of the 20th century and dealing in original prints, works on paper, paintings and sculptures.
Gilden's Arts Gallery, located in Hampstead, London, focuses in particular on works on paper and original prints by Modern Masters such as Picasso, Chagall, Miro, Dali, Matisse, Braque, and other highly acclaimed artists from this period.
Gilden's Arts international team of experts specialises in paintings and sculptures from 'The School of Paris' ('Ecole de Paris'), with a special expertise in Eastern European artists originally from Hungary, Poland and Russia who were part of the famous Parisian movement. We are also involved in the Israeli art market and deal with some of the leading Israeli artists of the 20th century.

Website : http://www.gildensarts.com/?q=artist_directory


Alexia Goethe Gallery - London - U.K.

Alexia Goethe Gallery opened in 2005 and represents emerging and mid-career artists. In collaboration with writers, art critics, museums and other commercial galleries, the programme provides artists a forum to explore the conceptual and aesthetic relationships between their works in contemporary and historical contexts. The gallery promotes its artists through several media, including the publishing of a gallery catalogue featuring essays written by prominent art critics for each solo and curated group exhibition. Alexia Goethe Gallery is a member of the Society of London Art Dealers.

Website : http://www.alexiagoethegallery.com/x/default.html

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Jill George Gallery - London - UK

The Gallery was established within the heart of London's West End in 1974 and moved to its present location in 1987 changing the 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. To continue the Gallery's interest in young artists, there is an exhibition every eighteen months of recent graduates. The Gallery donates a prize to the Royal College of Art printmaking department and offers an exhibition alternate years to six graduates. Both abstract and figurative work is represented.
The Gallery organises commissions on behalf of the artists and works closely with architects and interior designers and provides the ancillary services from the selection to the installation. The Gallery participates in International Art Fairs as well as the London Art Fairs.

Website : http://www.jillgeorgegallery.co.uk/main_pages/frameset.htm


Frith Street Gallery - London - UK

Originally occupying two adjacent townhouses in London’s Frith Street, the gallery was established in 1989 as a forum to present the best in contemporary drawing. Expanding into a wide range of media, Frith Street gallery quickly became known for representing a distinctive group of artists working in film, photography, painting and sculpture. We currently work with 22 artists from Britain and abroad - a mixture of established and emerging figures.
The gallery moved to its current purpose built location, just a short distance from Frith Street, in 2007. We stage 5 solo exhibition per year and each summer invite an independent curator to organise a group exhibition of non gallery artists.

Website : http://www.frithstreetgallery.com/


Flow Gallery - London - UK

Flow situated in the heart of Notting Hill, was established by Yvonna Demczynska in 1999 to showcase the best of international and British applied arts. The gallery features six exhibitions a year as well as having a permanent collection of contemporary crafts. The exhibitions are curated by flow as well as some guest curators.
Flow represents over 100 artists working in ceramics, glass, paper, wood, textiles, metal and jewellery. flow works both with collectors and more recently with corporate clients who are establishing collections of applied arts. We are very happy to assist customers with small gifts, wedding lists as well as individual commissions for their homes.

Website : http://www.flowgallery.co.uk/


Victor Felix Gallery - London - UK

The Victor Felix Gallery, presents an idiosyncratic view of contemporary figurative art from a very varied group of artists who use traditional skills and methods.

Website : http://www.victorfelixgallery.com/


Fiumano Fine Art - London - UK

Located in the West End of London, Fiumano Fine Art specializes in contemporary British and Italian Paintings.
Fiumano Fine Art represent a broad range of artists working in a wide variety of media and subject matters.

Website : http://www.fiumanofineart.com/

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Fine Art Society - London - UK

The Fine Art Society is one of the world's oldest art galleries, with premises in both London and Edinburgh. The company specializes in British art and design from the 17th to the 21st centuries and has traded from 148 New Bond Street, London, since its foundation in 1876.
The New Bond Street gallery was totally refurbished in 2004-5 and the New Gallery created to show work by contemporary artists.

Website : http://www.faslondon.com/home/


Fine Art Consultancy - London - U.K.

Kathryn Bell founded Fine Art Consultancy Ltd in 1990 and then the exchange programme Japanese & British Art Now in 1995. Her company is established in both London and Tokyo and specialises in contemporary British and Japanese art. J&BAN has developed and created a visual and international dialogue since its first exhibition in Tokyo in 1997 and has become an established entity.

Website : http://www.fineartconsultancy.com/en/bg.html


Ferreira Projects - London - UK

FERREIRA PROJECTS, founded in 2007 by Christian Ferreira, has fast become one of the most exciting and innovative galleries in London showing work by important local and international artists.
Recently the gallery has focussed its programme on more conceptual artists and strengthening its relationship with international curators to deliver an extremely powerful programme of highly researched and well-produced solo exhibitions.

Website : http://www.ferreiraprojects.com/

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Fashion Illustration Gallery - London - UK

Fashion Illustration Gallery was founded in 2007 by William Ling in order to promote and sell original art works and multiples made by artists who have worked as Fashion Illustrators.

Website : http://www.fashionillustrationgallery.com/index.html


Fairfax Gallery Contemporary Art - London - UK

Over the last fiftteen years the Fairfax Contemporary Art Galleries have established a reputation for exhibiting the highest quality contemporary art ranging from award-winning & established artiststo emerging talent in three separate galleries. Fairfax Gallery The Pantiles, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent was established in 1995 with a sister gallery opening in Burnham Market, Norfolk in 2001 and Fairfax Gallery Ltd opening in Park Walk, Chelsea, London in 2005.
Whilst the style of work covers a broad range from contemporary figurative to abstract work, the galleries retain a powerful identity and easily recognisable style that has earned them a loyal following. Fairfax Gallery Ltd London in Chelsea has two floors of gallery space primarily holding solo exhibitions by gallery artists.

Website : http://www.fairfaxgallery.com/


Entwistle - London - UK

Roberta and Lance Entwistle have been dealing in African and Oceanic Art for over 25 years, during which time they have acquired an unrivalled international reputation for quality and professionalism. They have been instrumental in the creation of some of the finest private collections formed in the last two decades as well as assisting many museums in developing their holdings. This has involved trading for their own account but also providing general advice relating to purchasing, both privately and at auction, appraisal for both sale and insurance, conservation advice and assistance in the sale of Tribal works of art.
The extensive activity and experience of L & R Entwistle and Co Ltd in the markets of North America, Europe and the Far East give the company a unique perspective on international market conditions so enabling their clients to maximise their opportunities for both buying and selling Tribal Art.

Website : http://www.entwistlegallery.com/Index-tb.html


Eleven Howland Ltd - London - UK

Since opening its doors in February 2009, Eleven Howland has pursued an exhibitions program focussing on emergence of artists and art movements. Working with young and more established figures alike, the gallery seeks to act as a platform for investigation and discourse.

Website : http://www.eleven-howland.com/


Eleven Fine Art - London - UK

Founded in October 2005 by Charlie Phillips, previously founding director of Haunch of Venison, Eleven is committed to exhibiting the best of international contemporary art by both established and emerging artists. Laura Parker Bowles, who previously managed Space Gallery, is a partner in the gallery.
Coline Milliard, who graduated from the MA Curating Contemporary Art course at Royal College of Art, London in 2007 is the gallery manager.

Website : http://www.elevenfineart.com/index.asp


Ben Elwes Fine Art - London - U.K.

Ben Elwes Fine Art has an established reputation as a specialist dealer in the field of Old Master and British paintings. Together with his wife and co-director Rachel Layton Elwes, who comes from an American academic and museum background, Ben is able to offer clients a professional and discreet service based on their knowledge of the international art market.
Their clients include some of the world’s major museums including Tate Britain, the Musée du Louvre, The Art Institute of Chicago, the Chrysler Museum of Art, the Seattle Art Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as such eminent academic institutions as Cornell University, the Yale Center for British Art and the University of Michigan.
Ben Elwes has worked in the international fine art market for over 20 years. In 1987 he joined Christie’s in London and then moved to the internationally renowned Shepherd Gallery in New York in 1990 where he gained invaluable experience at the high end of the art trade. On returning to London, he became a partner at Independent Editions, fine art dealers and publishers specialising in post-war British Art. In 1993 he set up Elwes & Hanham Ltd in Old Bond Street dealing in Old Masters paintings. Ben is a member of the Executive Committee of The Society of London Art Dealers.
Rachel Layton Elwes joined forces with Ben to found Ben Elwes Fine Art in 2004 at 45 Maddox Street, in the heart of Mayfair. She has an invaluable knowledge of many major international collections, having been part of the team that installed and launched the Gilbert Collection at Somerset House in 2000, and was formerly a curator at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. Her publications include contributions to the Elements of Design (Mitchell Beazley 2003), Colonialism and the Object (Routledge 1998) as well as numerous articles and reviews in publications such as the British Art Journal and The Magazine Antiques. Rachel also lectures extensively in Britain and in the United States. She is a member of the Acquisition Committee for the Adirondack Museum in New York.

Website : http://www.benelwes.co.uk/


England & Co - London -UK

England & Co was founded in late 1987, holding its first exhibition in April 1988. In 1999, the gallery expanded and moved within Notting Hill to a specifically designed and constructed gallery space at its present location on Westbourne Grove, London.
Over the past two decades, England & Co has established an independent and individual identity that reflects the eclectic, historically aware, research-based curatorial approach of gallery director/curator Jane England. There is no specific stylistic or generational specialization and from the beginning, the gallery programme has alternated between contemporary art and explorations of relatively recent art history.
The gallery represents a number of emerging and established contemporary artists; advises and acts for the estates of artists and collectors; and also holds a regularly changing stock of 20th and 21st century art. From the beginning, the gallery has regularly published exhibition catalogues, and recently has begun to publish editions of prints and multiples by contemporary artists.
Solo exhibitions of contemporary artists from Britain and abroad have been augmented by themed survey exhibitions such as The Map Is Not the Territory series, Is there anybody out there? and Literary Constructs, that place contemporary work in a specific context and mix well-known with up-and-coming artists. Gallery director Jane England is an art historian, and also committed to researching and curating retrospective exhibitions that reappraise artists from the British avant-garde of the 1930s through to the 1950s and 1960s: these have included the abstract pioneer Paule Vézelay; the action-painter William Green; founder Situationist Ralph Rumney; the kinetic sculptor Liliane Lijn; and the highly significant figure in British performance art, Stuart Brisley. More recent art history – the 1980s – was explored with The Neo Naturists exhibition held in 2007.
The gallery cooperates with many institutions, lending works to numerous exhibitions, including to the Guggenheim, Bilbao; the Whitechapel Gallery, London; the Wellcome Trust Gallery; the Hayward Gallery, London; the Barbican Gallery, London; and the Venice Biennale. Corporate collections that have acquired works from the Gallery include Deutsche Bank, Barclays Bank, and Penguin Books. England & Co has sold numerous contemporary and 20th-century works to public collections, including Tate; the Imperial War Museum; the Victoria & Albert Museum; the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery; the Museum of London; the National Gallery of Australia; the Smithsonian Institution, Washington; the Arts Council of Great Britain; and the British Museum.

Website : http://www.englandgallery.com/about.htm


Rob Dean Art - London - UK

Rob Dean Art Ltd is a London-based gallery with a focus on Indian and South Asian Art.
Directors Robin Dean and Sonali Vadera have both previously lived and worked in Mumbai and Singapore, Sonali in finance and Rob working as a specialist in 20th Century Indian Art at Christie's and then as Director of the Indian and Southeast Asian Department at Sotheby’s. Rob has worked on sales and exhibitions in London, Singapore and New York for over a decade. He remains a senior consultant for Modern and Contemporary Indian art at Sotheby’s.

Website : http://www.robdeanart.com/cgi-bin/index.pl


E&R Cyzer - London - UK

Artists most frequently handled by the gallery include Chagall, Picasso, Léger, Van Dongen, Dufy and Miró. Contemporary artists include Warhol, Dubuffet, Lichtenstein and Fontana.
A major refurbishment of a new and larger gallery premises at 23 Bruton Street, London W1 was completed in the spring of 2008. We closed the former gallery on Davies Street, W1 and have since relocated to our new premises.

Website : http://www.cyzerart.com/index.php


Durlacher Fine Art - London - UK

Durlacher Fine Art is a London based art consultancy specializing in contemporary Asian art. DFA was established by Natasha Durlacher in 1998 having spent seven years prior to that working in the art world in Hong Kong. It was there that she gained her experience and wealth of knowledge of Asian Contemporary Art and her extensive travels throughout South East Asia brought her into contact with many young innovative artists who have since made their mark on the international art scene. It was on a trip to Vietnam in 1992, that the raw and undiscovered talent of the Vietnamese artists particularly struck Durlacher. Many trips to the North and South followed, researching the history of Vietnamese art and building strong links with many of the Vietnamese artists who have since received critical acclaim.
Durlacher Fine Art is now one of the leading dealers of contemporary Vietnamese art representing artists such as Le Thiet Cuong, Dang Xuan Hoa, Nguyen Trung and Nguyen Thanh Binh to name a few.

Website : http://www.durlacherfineart.com/

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Douwes Fine Art - London - UK

The Douwes tradition started with a restoration workshop as early as the 1760's, because already in the fashionable Amsterdam of the second half of the 18th century, the Douwes forebears tried to meet the desire of those that wanted the beautiful ceilings of their imposing canal houses painted and restored.These days, the firm still belongs to the same family, and has been passed on from father to son for many generations. The present owners of Douwes Fine Art are in effect the seventh and eights generation. However, according to the official regulartions of the St. Lucas guild, abolished shortly after in 1808, they prefer to start counting from their entry as an independently registered business on September 5th, 1805. Now in its sixth generation of art dealing and restoring since then, this prestigious art gallery is the oldest of its kind in The Netherlands and in Europe.
Whoever speaks to Evert Douwes Sr. and Jr. about two hundred years of Douwes Fine Art, is impressed by their passion for art and by their knowledge...

Website : http://www.douwesfineart.com/index.html


Dickinson - London - UK

Dickinson was founded in London in 1992 by Simon Dickinson, a former Christie's Old Masters and British Pictures Director, and David Ker, a dealer in 18th and 19th Century British Pictures. Shortly thereafter they were joined in New York by Ian Kennedy, also a former Christie's Old Master Director, who established the New York division of the business. The company was established with the idea that decades of experience in valuing works of art, the knowledge of where to find great material and the expertise gained as a result of visiting most of the major houses in Britain and countless other collections throughout America and Europe could be used to offer a discreet and professional service to clients who wanted an alternative to the glare of the salerooms.
The scope of the firm was expanded in 1995 to include Impressionist and Modern art under the direction of James Roundell, formerly Head of Christie's Impressionist and Modern department. Contemporary art was added to Dickinson's activities soon afterwards by Bona Montagu who brought to the firm her experience in dealing in the secondary market of Contemporary art.

Website : http://www.simondickinson.com/


Day & Faber - London - UK

In 1970 Richard Day, a partner at Sotheby's and head of the Old Master Drawings Department, set up as a private dealer at 14 Old Bond Street in the heart of London's art world. His main areas of expertise are Italian Drawings from the Fifteenth to the Seventeenth Centuries and works of the Dutch Seventeenth Century. In 1994, James Faber joined the Gallery. His particular interest is in drawings of the French Eighteenth and Nineteenth centuries.
Day and Faber are essentially private dealers offering their clients, both buyers and sellers, complete discretion.

Website : http://www.dayfaber.com/index.php


Alicia David Contemporary Art - London - UK

Alicia David Contemporary Art was founded in 2007 to promote our artists work through many of Britain's most established art fairs, whilst also supporting them as they hold solo shows in the UK and Europe.
Our team are both approachable and knowledgeable and it is with their help that Alicia David Contemporary Art has grown so rapidly. We hold an extensive stock of work by all the artists we represent and are happy to show pieces to you either on-site or at our central London office in Waterloo.
With an ambitious development plan, we are constantly searching for new artists of the highest calibre whose work is both inspiring and collectable.

Website : http://www.aliciadavid.com/


Damien Matthews Fine Art - London - UK

Working as a dealer in Irish Art since 1989, Damien Matthews offers expert, friendly, and impartial advice on all aspects of buying, selling or collecting.
With several of Ireland's leading collectors as his clients, he can explain to you how the art market works and recommend the right solutions for your taste and budget.
You may be one of the many with the means and desire to collect art but not the time or the confidence to do it well. Forming a collection can be an interesting and rewarding experience but art must be properly chosen, properly authenticated and well cared for.
In Ireland frequently, Damien Matthews helps his clients make the right choice, provides the scholarly background to each work and advises on framing, hanging, insurance, tax benefits and all other aspects of collecting.

Website : http://www.seanhillen.com/DamienMatthews.html


Coskun Fine Art - London - UK

Established by Gül Coskun in 1996, Coskun has occupied its current gallery space in the exclusive Knightsbridge area of London for the last decade. The gallery specializes in Post-War and Contemporary Art and is Europe’s leading dealer in Andy Warhol and Pop Art. The gallery is the UK representative of the musée Rodin, Paris.
Throughout the year, we operate an open-ended and informal display of works, interspersed with specific exhibitions on individual artists and significant portfolios, with the aim of informing and educating our clientele.
Coskun also provides complete and professional advice on private and corporate acquisitions including a full array of services ranging from research, sourcing, acquisitions, sales, valuations, condition reports to acting and bidding on behalf of clients. We also organise conservation, restoration, as well as curating and forming collections. With the Post-War and Contemporary Art market on the increase, we can also provide advice on art as investment.

Website : http://www.coskunfineart.com/andy_warhol_prints.asp


Cosa Contemporary Art Gallery - London - UK

Cosa showcases emerging and established contemporary artists and holds an eclectic stock of Modern British works of art.
Based in Notting Hill, London W11, Cosa takes part in The London Art Fair and is a member of the Arts Council's OWN ART scheme. Exhibitions are held either in Notting Hill or at alternative outside venues. Opening times vary for each event so please call us if you would like to visit.
We are involved with certain charities and are committed to developing arts related projects to raise awareness and funds for their respective causes.

Website : http://www.cosalondon.com/index.asp