Mark Jason Gallery - London - United Kingdom

After 5 years in the West End of London the Mark Jason Gallery relocated to Bell Street, NW1 in December 2005.

The gallery is located at the Edgware Road end of Bell Street just a hundred metres from the established Lisson Gallery.

The 3 storey building houses a gallery on the third floor.
Mark Jason Gallery continues with an International programme of solo and group exhibitions throughout the year.

Website : http://www.markjasongallery.com/

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James Freeman Gallery - London - United Kingdom

Founded in 2003, the gallery originally focused on exhibiting emerging artists, providing them with a professional framework within which to develop. In December 2008 the gallery expanded and refurbished its space on Upper Street. In October 2010 the name changed to James Freeman Gallery.
James Freeman Gallery exhibits contemporary painting, photography and sculpture by young artists from Europe and Asia.
Our exhibition schedule presents a combination of curated group shows and solo exhibitions with both represented and invited artists. The focus is on presenting artists who articulate original thinking and art-historical awareness with technical and aesthetic power. We work very closely with our core stable of artists, and take an active role in helping them achieve long-term growth and success.
Alongside the gallery programme, we exhibit at fairs in both the UK and Asia, and work with a network of galleries, curators, and collectors to create profile-building opportunities for our artists at international level. In this respect, we have a particular focus on Asia, helping our artists to establish a presence for themselves in the important art economies of tomorrow.
Part of the gallery’s activity also includes discovering and nurturing artists at an early stage of their career, and providing them with a professional framework within which to develop and become established within the market. The gallery has a track record of identifying emerging talent that other galleries have shied away from, but who have then gone on to establish themselves and develop a strong market following.


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Manya Igel Fine Arts - London - United Kingdom

Our Company specialises in Traditional Modern British art. Customer service is of great importance. The Company’s director, Manya Igel, does not have a high street gallery, much preferring to welcome clients, by appointment, to a congenial home-style environment spread throughout three Bayswater apartments. If more convenient, any painting can be viewed at Glencorse, a sister company situated in Richmond, Surrey, where in addition to paintings we have a fine selection of antique furniture. Because we are customer orientated we will deliver and hang a painting free of charge, provided it is within a fifty mile radius, and even allow clientele to ‘live’ with a painting for a day or two to see that it perfectly suits their aspirations.

Having been established successfully for some three decades, we at Manya Igel Fine Arts (MIFA) consider ourselves marketing orientated because the client is always the most important person.
It is customary for galleries offering work by contemporary painters to have them on sale or return from the artists, the gallery taking a substantial cut from the selling price. Manya Igel Fine Arts’ approach is unique in that we buy outright the majority of our contemporary paintings directly from well-known artists, most of whom are members of prestigious institutions such as the Royal Academy and the New English Art Club. This results in the company only proffering works of the very highest quality.

We are always on the lookout for aspiring, figurative artists and are very proud of our track record of discovering and nurturing new artistic talent and bringing it to the fore.

Website : http://www.manyaigelfinearts.com/

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IAP Fine Art - London - United Kingdom

Founded originally in East London in 1994 by arts writer, curator and collector, David Tregunna, IAP Fine Art is an established contemporary fine art gallery and fine art print publisher now based in St James’s, London SW1, close to the Royal Academy. Over many years, we have liaised with and assisted several national museums in curating Chris Gollon’s solo shows (including Ferens Gallery, Huddersfield Art Gallery, Chisenhale Gallery, St Paul’s Cathedral and River & Rowing Museum). Museums and public collections have purchased Gollon’s work from us, and we have also shown at ART Chicago and various London art fairs. In 1998, we started working with Maggi Hambling, initially publishing editions of fine art prints, and more recently holding oil paintings, monotypes and watercolours.

“The gallery philosophy is a very simple one: we believe in painting. We think that in the right artist’s hands, it can have something important to say about the human condition. At its best, and in any era, great painting is exciting. It can take us somewhere we haven’t been before, provoking us into new areas of thought and feeling.”
David Tregunna, Director, IAP Fine Art

Website : http://www.iapfineart.com/

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James Hyman Gallery - London - United Kingdom

James Hyman Gallery prides itself on the art historical significance and museum quality of the fine art and photography that we handle. The gallery regularly sells and loans works to museums.

James Hyman received his doctorate from the Courtauld Institute in London, where he subsequently taught. He worked for the Saatchi Collection, Christies and Helly Nahmad Gallery before opening his own gallery.

An art historian and art dealer, his book, The Battle for Realism. Figurative Art in the Cold War (Yale University Press, 2001) was shortlisted for the W. B. Berger Prize for studies in British Art History.

Website : http://www.jameshymangallery.com/

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Hoxton Art Projects - London - United Kingdom

Hoxton Art Projects is an International art consultancy based in east London with a superior reputation for delivering contemporary art by the best emerging artists.

Our portfolio of clients includes architects, interior designers, hotel and restaurant groups, offices and property developers in the UK and Internationally.

Our professional and personable art consultancy service provides exciting artworks and art commissions through a diverse network of artists that inspire unique and individual interiors.

We are also proud to present exhibitions and art events at various locations across London to further showcase new contemporary artists.

Hoxton Art Projects was founded in 2010 by Director Matthew Nickerson.

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

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HOUSE - London - United Kingdom

HOUSE provides artists with a public platform from which to exhibit their work. Based on a busy high street, with a shop front exhibition space and a popular café, we give artists the opportunity to interact with both the community and the contemporary art audience.

Whilst we welcome more established exhibitors, we are keen to support emerging artists and to encourage them to be experimental in what they show within a professional environment.

The House Gallery is run by The Wells Trust

Website : http://www.house-gallery.co.uk/

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IMT Gallery - London - United Kingdom

IMT Gallery is a contemporary art gallery based in East London. It was founded by Lindsay Friend in 2005 as IMT and exhibits emerging and established artists working across all media, whilst specialising in installation, sound art and multimedia art. Since 2009 the gallery has played host to a series of film screenings in association with Filmarmalade.
In January 2011 IMT became IMT Gallery and began representing artists alongside its exhibition programme. The gallery represents David Burrows, Alejandro Ospina, Laura Pawela, Plastique Fantastique, Gordon Shrigley, NaoKo TakaHashi and Mark Peter Wright.
The gallery has commissioned and exhibited works with support from the Arts Council England, the Henry Moore Foundation, the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, OCA: Office for Contemporary Art Norway, the Japan Foundation, the Polish Cultural Institute and the Colombian Embassy among others.

Website : http://www.imagemusictext.com/

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Stephanie Hoppen - Gallery London - United Kingdom

Stephanie Hoppen Gallery on Walton Street exhibits contemporary artists and photographers from UK, Europe, America, Asia, Australia and South Africa. What differentiates Stephanie Hoppen's gallery from any other is her refreshingly practical approach to art. She is not interested in the jargon or the theory – only in the practice – preaching that many of the conventions about buying and displaying art are stifling and out of date.

Her shows are intriguing, dramatic and exciting, Originally an antiquarian book and map dealer, Stephanie broadened her interests to include photography, prints, paintings, sculptures, glass, jewellery and furniture. The gallery in Walton Street has become a destination for buyers of contemporary art.

Stephanie Hoppen is also an influential force in British interiors and author of countless design books including 'Picture Perfect', 'Perfect Palettes' and 'White on White'.

Website : http://www.stephaniehoppen.com/index.hp

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Rose Issa Projects - London - United Kingdom


Rose Issa is a curator, writer and producer who has championed visual art and film from the Arab world and Iran for nearly 30 years. She has lived in Iran, Lebanon, France and, for the last 25 years, London, where from her project space in Great Portland Street she showcases upcoming and established artists, and produces exhibitions and publications with public and private institutions worldwide.
Through curating numerous exhibitions and film festivals, she introduced for the first time to Western audiences many of the artists who have since become stars of the international scene, including: Chant Avedissian, Ayman Baalbaki, Shadi Ghadirian, Monir Farmanfarmaian, Bahman Ghobadi, Hassan Hajjaj, Farhad Moshiri, Abbas Kiarostami, Rashid Koraichi and Nja Mahdaoui among many more.
Rose Issa was guest curator for numerous private and public institutions: the Beirut Exhibition Center (2010-11); the Bluecoat Arts Centre, Liverpool (2010); Tate Britain, London (2008); European Parliament (2008); the State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow (2007); the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg (2007); ING Bank, Geneva (2007); the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2006); the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), Berlin (2004); The CCCB (Contemporary Cultural Centre), Barcelona (2003); IFA - Institut fur Auslandsbezeihungen (2002-3), Germany; Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam (1996-1997); the Barbican Art Centre (2001, 1995); and The Leighton House Museum (ongoing, since 1992).
She has also collaborated with the CAB Art Centre, Brussels (2013); the Boghossian Foundation, Brussels (2012); the Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia (2009); Paul Klee Museum, Bern (2009); and Belvedere Museum, Vienna (2009).
Rose also advises public and private art institutions on their loans and acquisitions of contemporary artworks from the Middle East, including The British Museum; the Imperial War Museum; The Museum of Mankind; the Victoria and Albert Museum; The Written Art Foundation, Wiesbaden; The National Museums of Scotland; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The Smithsonian Institution (Sackler/Freer Gallery and National Museum of African Arts); the World Bank, Washington DC; and The National Gallery of Jordan. She was a Jury member for the National Pavillions at the 50th Venice Biennale (2003)


Holster Projects - London - United Kingdom

Holster Projects is dedicated to exhibiting international emerging to mid-career artists whose works examine cross-cultural issues.

Holster Projects also offered an art consultancy service to private and corporate collections.

Website : http://www.holsterprojects.com/

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