Frith Street Gallery

Frith Street Gallery

A Soho Landmark of Contemporary Art.


Since its inception in 1989 by Jane Hamlyn, Frith Street Gallery has been a cornerstone of London’s contemporary art scene. Initially located in a Georgian townhouse at 60 Frith Street, near the charming Soho Square, the gallery has since expanded, moving in 2007 to a larger, purpose-built space in Golden Square. Over the past three decades, Frith Street Gallery has established a reputation for its cutting-edge exhibition programme that showcases leading contemporary artists.

The gallery is celebrated for its dynamic range of mediums, embracing everything from traditional painting and sculpture to experimental film, video, installation, and performance art. This commitment to diversity and innovation in art forms has positioned Frith Street Gallery as a hub for artistic exploration and discovery.

A Legacy of Artistic Relationships

Frith Street Gallery is not just a space for exhibitions; it’s a platform for fostering relationships between artists, collectors, and institutions. The gallery’s efforts have seen the works of its artists featured in significant public and private museums around the world. This has contributed to a lasting impact on the global art landscape, cementing the gallery’s role in promoting and nurturing contemporary artistic talent.

Today, most exhibitions are held at the spacious Golden Square location, with occasional presentations still taking place at the original gallery on Soho Square. This dual presence allows Frith Street Gallery to honour its roots while continuing to evolve and engage with the contemporary art world.

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Tuesday11:00 AM06:00 AM
Wednesday11:00 AM06:00 AM
Thursday11:00 AM06:00 AM
Friday11:00 AM06:00 AM
Saturday11:00 AM05:00 AM
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