GX Gallery - London - United Kingdom

Established in 2001, GX is a contemporary fine art gallery specialising in recognised artists with a focus on contemporary abstract figurative. The gallery participates in National and International Art fairs. Our London gallery is in the historic Camberwell arts district, within walking distance of Camberwell Arts College, South London Art Gallery, Goldsmiths College and approximately 10 minutes from Victoria Station.

Our aim is to share with you contemporary art knowledge and art making in its current form through a dedicated space and participation in significant global art events. Collecting art is a journey that enriches life and we believe it’s our responsibility to make that dream available and accessible to all.

The gallery represents a roster of artists and specialises in thematic group exhibitions and focused solo exhibitions. Located in a 1500 sq. ft. grade II listed building in London’s historic Camberwell arts district, the space was expanded in 2006 to cover two floors and architecturally designed to offer a unique platform for contemporary artwork. Clients can be confident that GX artists are selected based on their inclusion in public and private collections, efficient and intelligent use of materials and execution. Nurturing emerging talent is as important to us as developing that of our mid to late career artists. GX support local educational institutions and introduce new faces through an annual program. Original works are exhibited in the main gallery over the 12 calendar months along with separate limited edition and secondary market artwork exhibitions.

The gallery offers a wide range of amenities including commercial and residential installations, painting restoration, resale or direct purchase of single pieces or entire collections of important contemporary and modern work. Framing is undertaken by sister business GX framing www.gxframing.com who offer museum quality bespoke framing.

Website : http://www.gxgallery.com/

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