Established in 1986, Karsten Schubert London has carved a distinguished niche as a hub for contemporary British art in the eclectic Soho district. Representing an impressive list of both established and emerging British artists—such as Rose English, Tess Jaray, and Alison Wilding—the gallery is synonymous with innovation and artistic rigour. Known for its carefully curated exhibitions, the gallery introduces audiences to new dimensions in the art world while affirming its long-standing commitment to promoting British talent.
A Dual Space for Diverse Artistry
While the primary gallery in Soho is a focal point for mainstream exhibitions, Karsten Schubert London also offers a unique secondary platform, Room 2, set in a domestic environment. This alternative space allows artists to present their work in a more intimate setting, offering a fresh perspective on their artistry. The gallery extends its influence by co-organising exhibitions with partner galleries and museums, as well as participating in international art and book fairs. Additionally, its publishing arm, Ridinghouse, has garnered international acclaim for its commitment to the highest standards of art writing and criticism.