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Manchester Square
London, United Kingdom W1U 3

020 7563 9500

Art Gallery Near The Wallace Collection

Mews of Mayfair
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
10-11 Lancashire Court, New Bond Street, Mayfair
London, United Kingdom W1S 1EY

+44 (0) 20 7518 9388

Mews is one of Mayfair’s best-kept secrets: a sophisticated four-floor restaurant and bar with an air of exclusivity, with no membership fee in sight. Tucked away in a historic courtyard, the converted mews houses offer a venue that’s as smart and stylish as its location – the very heart of Mayfair. With infinite possibilities for private events, each of our rooms has a unique character and a touch of eccentricity, making Mews an elegant and unforgettable destination for dining, drinking and dancing.

Carousel London
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Carousel, 71 Blandford Street
London, United Kingdom W1U 8AB

02074875564

'Carousel presents…' Our open kitchen is home to an ever-changing line-up of talented chefs from around the world who share our philosophy on what eating out should be all about: amazing cooking, friendly service, a relaxed environment and a shared experience from one table to the next. Discover who's cooking this month at www.carousel-london.com

Asia House
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
63 New Cavendish Street
London, United Kingdom W1G 7LP

+44(0)2073075454

Asia House is the centre of expertise on Asia. The organisation encourages the mutual exchange of ideas between Europe and Asia. Asia House has a diverse programme of events throughout the year ranging from senior level business briefings, conferences, exhibitions, film screenings, literature events, workshops and performances Feel free to send us a DM and tag us in your posts, but please note that we do not acknowledge or re-post spam.

Ambika P3
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Ambika P3, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road
London, United Kingdom NW1 5LS

02079115876

The Hellenic Centre
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16-18 Paddington Street, Marylebone
London, United Kingdom W1U 5AS

02074875060

The London conference venue offers a programme of exhibitions, lectures, concerts and cultural events and Greek language courses.

YuMiHu
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London, United Kingdom W1

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Sotheby's S2 Gallery
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31 St George Street, London, W1S 2FJ
London, United Kingdom W1S 2FB

Gagosian Gallery
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20 Grosvenor Hill
London, United Kingdom W1K 3

+44 (0) 20 7493 3020

GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design
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3-4a Little Portland Street
London, United Kingdom W1W 7JB

020 7637 7274

Now showing: Unexpected Eisenstein GRAD is a pioneering institution that brings new insights into Russian art, design and culture to international audiences through exhibitions, publications, live events, collaborations and digital engagement. Our purpose is to share our specialist knowledge in ways that capture the imagination, inspire creativity and spark new ideas.

Blain Southern Gallery
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4 Hanover Square
London, United Kingdom W1S 1BP

020 7493 4492

Hay Hill Gallery
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35 Baker Street
London, United Kingdom W1U 8

02079355315

Hay Hill Gallery is situated in the prestigious Marylebone area of London. This stunning glass fronted gallery specialises in contemporary arts and presents a wide range of internationally recognised artists. Whether you are thinking about starting a collection, already have a collection or are just looking for that one important piece, we have both the variety and specialism to help you find exactly what you want. We are capable of delivering both in the UK and internationally, using one of our approved handling professionals. Our consultants will advise you on all matters pertaining to your specific interests, so visit one of our exhibitions at 35 Baker Street, or browse through our extensive website.

Victoria Miro Mayfair
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
14 St George Street, London
London, United Kingdom

Ronchini Gallery
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
22 Dering Street
London, United Kingdom W1S 1AN

020 7629 9188

Ronchini Gallery is a contemporary art gallery founded by Lorenzo Ronchini in 1992, in Umbria, Italy, which expanded in February 2012 with a space in Mayfair, London. Its exhibitions have explored pioneering movements within Italy; the gallery aesthetic is defined by Minimalism, Spatialism, Conceptualism and Arte Povera and it retains an unblinking future-focus on progressive movements. Ronchini Gallery evolved from 20 years of private collecting. Paterfamilias Adriano Ronchini was an early supporter of artists such as Alighiero Boetti, Daniel Buren, Joseph Kosuth, and Michelangelo Pistoletto and collected their work throughout the seventies. Subscribing to the highest standards of curatorship and scholarship, the gallery provides a rigorous context in which its artists can be viewed. Ronchini Gallery also maintains a successful publishing arm which produces exhibition catalogues, monographs, critical texts and artist’s books.

Fashion Space Gallery
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
20 John Princes Street
London, United Kingdom W1G 0BJ

02075146000

Timothy Taylor Gallery
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15 Carlos Place
London, United Kingdom W1K 2EY

+44 (0) 20 7409 3344

For those of you who would like to like Timothy Taylor Gallery, please see this link for the official gallery page. Apologies for any confusion. Many thanks. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Timothy-Taylor-Gallery/138545226188263

Atlas Gallery
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49 Dorset Street
London, United Kingdom W1U 7NF

+44 (0) 20 7224 4192

ATLAS Gallery was founded in 1994 by Director and Owner Ben Burdett. Originally located in the Hoxton neighbourhood of London during the late 1990’s, the gallery became a well-known exhibition space in the heart of London’s new and vibrant contemporary art scene. In 2001 ATLAS moved to its present location in the centre of London and has, over the last decade, become one of the foremost galleries in London dealing exclusively in fine art photography. ATLAS Gallery hosts approximately six exhibitions per year. The gallery specialises primarily in classic and modern 20th Century vintage photography, photojournalism and fashion photography, in addition to representing work by a number of important contemporary photographers. In 2005 ATLAS became the official gallery agent of Magnum Photos in the United Kingdom. In June 2012 ATLAS Gallery will launch ATLAS Contemporary, introducing an exclusive group of extraordinary young to mid-career contemporary artists to the London art scene. The gallery is both active in encouraging work by young artists and photographers and assisting collectors to come into closer contact with these works. The gallery works closely with private clients and corporate collections to assemble important and unique art collections, as well as being actively involved in the acquisition of exceptional modern and contemporary works by many museums and public collections worldwide. ATLAS has a small amount of material represented on our website to view: www.atlasgallery.com There is no admission fee to ATLAS Gallery. We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery. Staff: Ben Burdett: Owner / Director Kathlene Fox-Davies: Gallery Manager Fiona Osborne Will Elliot Laura Norman

Castle Fine Art: South Molton Street
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42 South Molton Street
London, United Kingdom W1K 5RR

0207 629 2282

Castle Fine Art South Molton Street, serving London's West End, offers an ever changing collection of originals, limited editions and sculpture by all Washington Green artists, including Fine Art by Bob Dylan and Ronnie Wood. We also have access to fine art and master graphics. We offer international shipping, home approvals, wedding lists, gift vouchers and interest free credit. Castle Fine Art South Molton Street is owned by Washington Green.

Richard Saltoun Gallery
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111 Great Titchfield Street
London, United Kingdom W1W 6RY

02076371225

Based in London (Fitzrovia), Richard Saltoun Gallery specialises in post-war and contemporary art. The gallery has a special interest in conceptual, feminist and performance artists that emerged during the 1970s and seeks to re-establish and promote artists working in that period. Since its foundation in 2008, Richard Saltoun has organised both solo and group exhibitions and has participated in art fairs in the U.K. and internationally. In conjunction with Ridinghouse, Richard Saltoun has also published a number of monographs on British artists. Richard Saltoun represents the estate of artists Helen Chadwick, Ed Herring, Bob Law, Tony Morgan and Jo Spence.

Christie's Mayfair
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
103 New Bond Street
London, United Kingdom

Gallery Elena Shchukina
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10 Lees Place
London, United Kingdom W1K 6LL

020 7499 6019

From its base in Mayfair, Gallery Elena Shchukina brings emerging contemporary artists to London. London's art scene is the most vibrant in the world. Gallery Elena Shchukina is one of the most exciting contemporary art spaces in the city. Dedicated to international contemporary artists, most of whom have never before been exhibited in the UK, this superbly curated gallery has become a must-see location for international artists and their clients. The gallery recognises no international or artistic borders. We believe in choosing international contemporary artists, painters and sculptors, who display exceptional talent, technical skill and creativity, and in exhibiting them with empathy, comprehension and judgement. Through our carefully thought out programme, we deliver confident, engaging modern art exhibitions which are accessible to everyone. A lecture programme accompanies each exhibition - it is an opportunity not only to find out about the artist but also about the particular vision underlying the gallery itself. Elena's vision combines a love of the technique of creation coupled with a passionate interest in colour. These two aspects inform our exhibitions: our artists tend to have mastered a unique skill or have a particular talent that has not been shown before in the UK. Their use of colour is complex and emotionally engaging; the combination of skill and colour produces a synthesis that is essentially Elena Shchukina. Explore our most recent addition - the online shop! http://galleryelenashchukina.com/store/artists/

Community and Government Near The Wallace Collection

London, England
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1 Kensington Court
London, United Kingdom W8 5DL

020 7983 4000

London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, the largest metropolitan area in the United Kingdom, and the largest urban zone in the European Union according to some measures. Located on the River Thames, London has been a major settlement for two millennia, its history going back to its founding by the Romans, who called it Londinium. London's ancient core, the City of London, largely retains its square-mile mediaeval boundaries. Since at least the 19th century, the name London has also referred to the metropolis developed around this core.[4] The bulk of this conurbation forms the London region and the Greater London administrative area, governed by the elected Mayor of London and the London Assembly. London is a leading global city, with strengths in the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism and transport all contributing to its prominence. It is the world's leading financial centre alongside New York City and has the fifth-largest metropolitan area GDP in the world and the largest in Europe (as of 2008). London has been described as a world cultural capital. It has the third most international visitors in the world and London Heathrow is the world's busiest airport by number of international passengers. London's 43 universities form the largest concentration of higher education in Europe. In 2012 London will become the first city to host the modern Summer Olympic Games three times. London has a diverse range of peoples, cultures, and religions, and more than 300 languages are spoken within its boundaries. In July 2010 Greater London had an official population of 7,825,200, making it the most populous municipality in the European Union, and accounting for 12.5% of the UK population. The Greater London Urban Area is the second-largest in the EU with a population of 8,278,251, while London's metropolitan area is the largest in the EU with an estimated total population of between 12 million and 14 million. London had the largest population of any city in the world from around 1831 to 1925. London contains four World Heritage Sites: the Tower of London; Kew Gardens; the site comprising the Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey, and St Margaret's Church; and the historic settlement of Greenwich (in which the Royal Observatory marks the Prime Meridian (0° longitude) and GMT). Other famous landmarks include Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, St Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square and Wembley Stadium. London is home to numerous museums, galleries, libraries, sporting events and other cultural institutions, including the British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, British Library, Wimbledon and 40 theatres. The London Underground is the oldest underground railway network in the world and the second-most extensive (after the Shanghai Metro).

Video365
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Edgware Road
London, United Kingdom SW1A 2AA

Oxford Circus
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Oxford Street
London, United Kingdom W1B 3A

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Oxford Circus is the busiest intersection of Oxford Street (A40) and Regent Street in the West End of London. It is served by many bus routes and by Oxford Circus tube station, which is directly beneath the junction itself.At the end of the 2000s, Oxford Circus had the highest pedestrian volumes recorded anywhere in London. At the busiest times, over 40,000 pedestrians per hour pass through the junction including those accessing the London Underground station.HistoryThe Circus was constructed at the beginning of the 19th century, and was designed by John Nash.2009 diagonal crossingIn 2009, Westminster City Council started a £4m pedestrianisation scheme for the area, allowing shoppers to cross the intersection diagonally as well as the traditional 'straight ahead', turning it into a "pedestrian scramble", much like Tokyo's Shibuya crossing. Work started in Summer 2009, and the crossing opened on 2 November of the same year, by which time the cost had risen to £5 million. Although London Mayor Boris Johnson declared it "a triumph for British engineering, Japanese innovation and good old common sense", it was noted that a fairly similar crossing in Balham, South London had previously opened in 2005 at a cost of £98,000, approximately 50 times cheaper. One was also created in Wood Green.

Broadcasting House
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BBC Broadcasting House Portland Place
London, United Kingdom W1A 1AA

020 7743 8000

Broadcasting House is the headquarters of the BBC, in Portland Place and Langham Place, London. The first radio broadcast was made on 15 March 1932, and the building was officially opened two months later, on 15 May. The main building is in Art Deco style, with a facing of Portland stone over a steel frame. It is a Grade II* listed building and includes the BBC Radio Theatre, where music and speech programmes are recorded in front of a studio audience, and lobby that was used as a location for filming the 1998 BBC television series In the Red.As part of a major consolidation of the BBC's property portfolio in London, Broadcasting House has been extensively renovated and extended. This involved the demolition of post-war extensions on the eastern side of the building, replaced by a new wing completed in 2005. The wing was named the "John Peel Wing" in 2012, after the disc jockey. BBC London, BBC Arabic Television and BBC Persian Television are housed in the new wing, which also contains the reception area for BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra (the studios themselves are in the new extension to the main building).The main building was refurbished, and an extension built to the rear. The radio stations BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 4 Extra and the BBC World Service transferred to refurbished studios within the building. The extension links the old building with the John Peel Wing, and includes a new combined newsroom for BBC News, with studios for the BBC News channel, BBC World News and other news programming. The move of news operations from BBC Television Centre completed in March 2013.

Baker Street
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113 Baker St
Oxford, United Kingdom W1U 6TD

Baker Street is a street in the Marylebone district of the City of Westminster in London. It is named after builder William Baker, who laid the street out in the 18th century. The street is most famous for its connection to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, who lived at a fictional 221B Baker Street address. The area was originally high class residential, but now is mainly occupied by commercial premises.Baker Street is a busy thoroughfare, lying in postcode areas NW1/W1 and forming part of the A41 there. It runs south from Regent's Park, the junction with Park Road, parallel to Gloucester Place, meeting Marylebone Road, Portman Square and Wigmore Street. At the junction with Wigmore Street, Baker Street turns into Orchard Street, which ends when it meets with Oxford Street. After Portman Square the road continues as Orchard Street.The street is served by the London Underground by Baker Street tube station, one of the world's oldest surviving underground stations. Next door is Transport for London's lost property office.

Odeon Marble Arch
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
10 Edgware Road
London, United Kingdom W2 2EN

0871 224 4007

Wigmore Hall
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36 Wigmore Street
London, United Kingdom W1U 2BP

+44 (0)20 7935 2141

Europe’s leading venue for chamber music and song – presenting over 400 classical music concerts a year in the heart of London’s West End.

Harley Street
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Harley Street
City of Westminster, United Kingdom W1G 9

2076-360838

Harley Street is a street in Marylebone, central London, which has been noted since the 19th century for its large number of private specialists in medicine and surgery.OverviewSince the 19th century, the number of doctors, hospitals, and medical organizations in and around Harley Street has greatly increased. Records show that there were around 20 doctors in 1860, 80 by 1900, and almost 200 by 1914. When the National Health Service was established in 1948, there were around 1,500. Today, there are more than 3,000 people employed in the Harley Street area, in clinics, medical and paramedical practices, and hospitals such as The Harley Street Clinic and The London Clinic.It has been speculated that doctors were originally attracted to the area by the development of commodious housing and central proximity to the important railway stations of Paddington, Kings Cross, St Pancras, Euston and, later, Marylebone. The nearest Tube stations are Regent's Park and Oxford Circus.Land ownershipHarley Street is part of the Howard de Walden Estate.

RIBA
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66 Portland Place
London, United Kingdom W1B 1

+44 (0)207 580 5533

Welcome to the RIBA Facebook page. 'Like' the RIBA facebook page if you are an architecture fan and would like to know about news, talks, exhibitions and architecture awards and to have a behind-the-scenes look at some of the RIBA's main events.

Cavendish Square Gardens
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Cavendish Square, London
London, United Kingdom W1G 0

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Speakers' Corner
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Marble Arch, Hyde Park
London, United Kingdom W1K 1QB

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A Speakers' Corner is an area where open-air public speaking, debate and discussion are allowed. The original and most noted is in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, UK. Speakers here may talk on any subject, as long as the police consider their speeches lawful, although this right is not restricted to Speakers' Corner only. Contrary to popular belief, there is no immunity from the law, nor are any subjects proscribed, but in practice the police tend to be tolerant and therefore intervene only when they receive a complaint. On some occasions in the past, they have intervened on grounds of profanity. Historically there were a number of other areas designated as Speakers' Corners in other parks in London (e.g., Lincoln's Inn Fields Finsbury Park, Clapham Common, Kennington Park, and Victoria Park). More recently they have been set up in other British cities, and there are also Speakers' Corners in other countries.Hyde ParkThough Hyde Park Speakers' Corner is considered the paved area closest to Marble Arch, legally the public speaking area extends beyond the Reform Tree and covers a large area from Marble Arch to Victoria Gate, then along the Serpentine to Hyde Park Corner and the Broad Walk running from Hyde Park Corner to Marble Arch.Public riots broke out in the park in 1855, in protest over the Sunday Trading Bill, which forbade buying and selling on a Sunday, the only day working people had off. The riots were described by Karl Marx as the beginning of the English revolution.

Saint Christopher's Place
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16-18 James Street
London, United Kingdom W1U 1

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Savile Club
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69 Brook St
London, United Kingdom W1K 5

+44 (0)20 7629 5462

The Savile Club is a traditional London gentlemen's club founded in 1868. Though located somewhat out of the way from the main centre of London's gentlemen's clubs, closer to the residences of Mayfair than the clubs of Pall Mall and St James's Street, it still contains prominent names among its members. It was originally formed after a division of opinion within the old Eclectic Club as to whether to accept an offer of rooms by the Medical Club and cease to be simply a "night club" (in its 19th-century sense).Changing premisesInitially calling itself the New Club, it grew rapidly, outgrowing its first floor rooms overlooking Trafalgar Square at 9 Spring Gardens and moving to the second floor. It then moved to 15 Savile Row in 1871, where it changed its name to the Savile Club, before lack of space forced the club to move again in 1882, this time to 107 Piccadilly, a building owned by Lord Rosebery. With its views over Green Park it was described by the members as the "ideal clubhouse". However, after 50 years' residence, demolition of the building next door to create the Park Lane Hotel caused the old clubhouse such structural problems that, in 1927, the club moved to its present home at 69 Brook Street, part of the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair. This was the former home of "Loulou" Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt, a Liberal cabinet minister who had taken his life on the premises to avert a scandal when his double life as a paedophile and sex offender was in danger of being uncovered. The building, a combination of Nos 69 and 71 Brook Street, owes its extravagant dix-huitième interior to Walter Burns, the brother-in-law of financier J.P. Morgan, who adapted it for his wife Fanny to entertain in suitable style. It thus includes an elegant hall, a grand staircase and a lavish ballroom.

Brazilian Consulate
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3 Vere Street
London, United Kingdom

+44 (0) 20 7659 1550

Embassy of Indonesia, London
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38 Grosvenor Square
London, United Kingdom W1K 2HW

The Embassy of Indonesia in London is the diplomatic mission of Indonesia in the United Kingdom. It is located on Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, close to the American embassy. Indonesia also maintain a Consular Department & Visa Section at 38A Adam’s Row, Mayfair.HistoryThe first diplomatic representative of Indonesia in the United Kingdom was Dr. Subandrio who served in 1949 until 1954. There have been 18 Ambassadors in the past years, including two air marshals, a lieutenant and Raden Mohammad Marty Muliana Natalegawa who is currently serving as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia.DepartmentsThere are currently 10 Departments in the embassy including 2 Defence Attachés, 1 Transportation Attaché, 1 Trade Attaché and 1 Educational Attaché.

All Souls Church, Langham Place
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2 All Souls Place
City of Westminster, United Kingdom W1B 3DA

020 7580 3522

All Souls Church is an Anglican Evangelical church in central London, situated in Langham Place in Marylebone, at the north end of Regent Street. It was designed in regency style by John Nash and consecrated in 1824.As it is very near BBC Broadcasting House, the BBC often broadcasts from the church. As well as the core church membership, many hundreds of visitors come to All Souls, bringing the average number of those coming through the doors for services on Sundays to around 2,500 every week. All Souls has an international congregation, with all ages represented.HistoryThe church was designed by John Nash, favourite architect of King George IV. Its prominent circular spired vestibule was designed to provide an eye-catching monument at the point where Regent Street, newly-laid out as part of Nash's scheme to link Piccadilly with the new Regent's Park, takes an awkward abrupt bend westward to align with the pre-existing Portland Place.All Souls was a Commissioners' church, a grant of £12,819 being given by the Church Building Commission towards the cost of its construction. The commission had been set up under an act of 1818, and Nash, as one of the three architects employed by the Board of Works, had been asked to supply specimen designs as soon as the act was passed. It was, however, one of only two Commissioners' churches to be built to his designs, the other being the Gothic Revival St Mary, Haggerston. All Souls is the last surviving church by John Nash.

Italian Embassy in London
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14 Three Kings Yard
London, United Kingdom W1K 4EH

+4420 7312 2200

The Embassy of Italy in the United Kingdom is the official representation of Italian interests in the UK, and promotes dialogue and cooperation between the two countries in a wide range of areas, from politics, economy and commercial affairs to culture and scientific research. The Embassy also has an office for Italy’s representation at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and a representative at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The Embassy's Facebook page is a social media tool to engage and interact with a wider audience and raise the visibility of our varied activities. We look forward to an open and stimulating dialogue with all friends, fans and visitors! Please note that this page is NOT intended for Consular queries (e.g. passport, visa, citizenship, marriage and birth registration, notary public matters etc). You should consult the websites or Facebook page of the Italian Consulates in the UK for assistance on these matters. For the Facebook page of the Italian Consulate General in London please consult: https://www.facebook.com/consolatogeneralelondra Although we encourage constructive comments on a wide range of issues, please note that this page is not intended as a political forum. We do not tolerate any abusive, racist language or profanity. Any such postings will be deleted.

Double Negative
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160 Great Portland St
London, United Kingdom W1W 5QA

44 207 268 5000

Double Negative Visual Effects is a British full-service motion picture company located in Fitzrovia, London, specializing in visual effects and computer animation.Double Negative has received several Visual Effects Society awards for films such as Inception and Sherlock Holmes, BAFTA awards for Inception, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 and Interstellar, and Academy Awards for Inception, Interstellar, and Ex Machina.HistoryFoundingThe company was set up in 1998 with a team of 30 staff and has since grown to over 1,000 staff, making it Europe's largest provider of visual effects for film.Singapore officeIn 2009, Double Negative opened its Singapore office, and closed it in March 2016.Merge with Prime FocusDouble Negative 'merged' with Prime Focus/Prime Focus World in 2014, a move which allowed Prime Focus to buy its way into the top tier of visual effects companies. It announced the upcoming opening of a Mumbai branch following merger.FilmographyIn-production projects Assassin's Creed Baby Driver The Mummy Life The Solutrean Dunkirk Fast 8 Annihilation Justice League Part One

Westminster Magistrates' Court
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181 Marylebone Rd
London, United Kingdom NW1 5

020 3126 3050

Manchester Square
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20 Manchester Square
London, United Kingdom W1u 3PZ

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Manchester Square is an 18th-century garden square in the Marylebone area in London, England, a short distance north of Oxford Street. It is one of the smaller but better preserved Georgian squares in central London. The central section of the northern side of the square is occupied by a mansion once known as Manchester House and later as Hertford House, which is now the home of the Wallace Collection, a major collection of fine and decorative arts. The house and square form part of Marylebone's Portman Estate. Construction on both was underway by around 1776.Famous residents in the square have included Julius Benedict, the German-born composer, who lived at no. 2, John Hughlings Jackson, the English neurologist, who lived at no. 3, and Alfred, Lord Milner, the British statesman and colonial administrator, at no. 14. Admiral Sir Thomas Foley and his wife (later widow) Lady Lucy Anne FitzGerald occupied no. 1 as their London townhouse during the first half of the nineteenth century. In 1814 and 1815 Manchester Square became briefly famous, when newspapers reported that a pig-faced woman was living there.The cover photograph for Please Please Me, the first LP by The Beatles, was taken by Angus McBean in 1963. It showed the group looking down over the stairwell inside EMI House in Manchester Square, EMI's London headquarters at the time (now demolished). A repeat photo was taken in 1969 for the cover of their then-intended Get Back album; it was not used when the project saw release as Let It Be, but was eventually used on the retrospective albums 1962–1966 and 1967–1970.

Museum Near The Wallace Collection

Madame Tussauds London
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Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LR
London, United Kingdom NW1 4

0871 894 3000

The Sherlock Holmes Museum
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221B Baker Street
City of Westminster, United Kingdom NW1

0207 224 3688

221b Baker Street
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221B Baker Street
London, United Kingdom NW1 6XE

Royal Academy of Music
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Marylebone Road
London, United Kingdom NW1 5HT

020 7873 7373

Since 1822 the Royal Academy of Music has prepared students for successful careers in music according to the constantly evolving demands of the profession. Academy musicians study instrumental performance, composition, jazz, musical theatre and opera. The Academy’s student community is truly international, with over 50 countries represented. As the Academy approaches its bicentenary it goes from strength to strength. In the past three years alone, the Academy has been rated the best conservatoire for research by the Times Higher, the top conservatoire and the second-highest rated institution in the country for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey, and top conservatoire in The Times University Guide. The Academy's Alumni Network provides all former students of the Royal Academy of Music with a wide-ranging professional support service and social network.

221B Baker Street
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221B Baker Street
London, United Kingdom NW1 6X

+44(0) 20 7224 3688

221B Baker Street is the London address of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, created by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In the United Kingdom, postal addresses with a number followed by a letter may indicate a separate address within a larger, often residential building. Baker Street in Holmes' time was a high-class residential district, and Holmes' apartment was probably part of a Georgian terrace.At the time the Holmes stories were published, addresses in Baker Street did not go as high as 221. Baker Street was later extended, and in 1932 the Abbey National Building Society moved into premises at 219–229 Baker Street. For many years, Abbey National employed a full-time secretary to answer mail addressed to Sherlock Holmes. In 1990, a blue plaque signifying 221B Baker Street was installed at the Sherlock Holmes Museum, situated elsewhere on the same block, and there followed a 15-year dispute between Abbey National and the Holmes Museum for the right to receive mail addressed to 221B Baker Street. Since the closure of Abbey House in 2005, ownership of the address by the Holmes Museum has not been challenged, despite its location between 237 and 241 Baker Street.Conan Doyle's intentionsWe met next day as he had arranged, and inspected the rooms at No. 221B, Baker Street, of which he had spoken at our meeting. They consisted of a couple of comfortable bed-rooms and a single large airy sitting-room, cheerfully furnished, and illuminated by two broad windows.(Arthur Conan Doyle, A Study in Scarlet, 1887)

Royal Institution of Great Britain
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
21 Albemarle Street
London, United Kingdom W1S 4

020 7409 2992

The Royal Institution is an independent charity connecting people with the world of science through events, education and the CHRISTMAS LECTURES.

221B Sherlock Holmes - Baker Street
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221b Baker Street
London, United Kingdom NW1 6XE

+442079358866

Maddame Tausads
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Marylebone Road
London, United Kingdom NW1 5

+44 (0) 871 894 3000

Madame Tussauds
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nw10
London, United Kingdom NW1 5

Madame Tussauds is a wax museum in London with branches in a number of major cities. It was founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud. It used to be known as "Madame Tussaud's"; the apostrophe is no longer used. Madame Tussauds is a major tourist attraction in London, displaying waxworks of famous people.HistoryBackgroundMarie Tussaud was born as Marie Grosholtz in 1761 in Strasbourg, France. Her mother worked as a housekeeper for Dr. Philippe Curtius in Bern, Switzerland, who was a physician skilled in wax modelling. Curtius taught Tussaud the art of wax modelling.Tussaud created her first wax sculpture in 1777 of Voltaire. Other famous people whom she modelled at that time include Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Benjamin Franklin. During the French Revolution, she modelled many prominent victims. She claims that she would search through corpses to find the severed heads of executed citizens, from which she would make death masks. Her death masks were held up as revolutionary flags and paraded through the streets of Paris.

221B Baker Street, London
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221B Backer Street, London
London, United Kingdom NW1 6XE

3334567652

The Royal Institution Venue
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21 Albemarle Street
London, United Kingdom W1S 4BS

+44 (0)20 7491 6565

The Royal Institution's historic Mayfair venue is available for private hire. Unique Georgian & contemporary spaces perfect for conferences, parties & weddings. We offer space to accommodate for all style of events. We are also currently offering Summer 2014 Packages from June-August. http://www.squaremeal.co.uk/venues/news Throughout August we are also offering all our spaces at hourly rates for filming and photo shoots. http://www.unitbase.co.uk/filmbase/location/royal-institution-great-britain/ Have a look at some of our wedding images here: http://www.youandyourwedding.co.uk/venues/venue/preview/3837/ For further information on any of the above packages or general hire please contact a member of the Venue Hire Team- [email protected] For more information on the Royal Institution (charity) go to http://www.facebook.com/royalinstitution

Sotheby's at New Bond Street
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34-35 New Bond Street
London, United Kingdom W1A 2AA

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Brunei Hall
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35-43 Norfolk Square
London, United Kingdom W2 1

02074020953

Cats - the London Palladium
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Argyll Street, London W1F 7TF
London, United Kingdom

Jimi Hendrix's Flat, 23 Brook Street
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Handel House Museum, 25 Brook Street
London, United Kingdom W1K 4HB

+44 20 7495 1685

Pollock's Toy Museum
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1 Scala Street
London, United Kingdom W1T 2HL

+44 (0) 20 7636 3452

Gagosian Gallery
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20 Grosvenor Hill
London, United Kingdom W1K 3

+44 (0) 20 7493 3020

Pollock's Toy Museum
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1 Scala Street
London, United Kingdom W1T 2

0207-636 3452

Pollock's Toy Museum is a small museum in London, England.It was started in 1956 in a single attic room at 44 Monmouth Street, near Covent Garden, above Benjamin Pollock's Toy Shop, where Pollock's Toy Theatres were also sold. As the enterprise flourished, other rooms were taken over for the museum and the ground floor became a toyshop. By 1969 the collection had outgrown the Monmouth Street premises and Pollock's Toy Museum moved to 1 Scala Street, with a museum shop on the ground floor to contribute to its support. The museum continues today to be run by the grandson of the founder Marguerite Fawdry.

Spruth Magers London
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7A Grafton St
London, United Kingdom W1S 4EJ

020 7408 1613

Victoria Miro Mayfair
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14 St George Street, London
London, United Kingdom

Museum/Art Gallery Near The Wallace Collection

Star Art
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Oil Drum Mansions
London, United Kingdom W12

Atlas Gallery
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49 Dorset Street
London, United Kingdom W1U 7NF

+44 (0) 20 7224 4192

ATLAS Gallery was founded in 1994 by Director and Owner Ben Burdett. Originally located in the Hoxton neighbourhood of London during the late 1990’s, the gallery became a well-known exhibition space in the heart of London’s new and vibrant contemporary art scene. In 2001 ATLAS moved to its present location in the centre of London and has, over the last decade, become one of the foremost galleries in London dealing exclusively in fine art photography. ATLAS Gallery hosts approximately six exhibitions per year. The gallery specialises primarily in classic and modern 20th Century vintage photography, photojournalism and fashion photography, in addition to representing work by a number of important contemporary photographers. In 2005 ATLAS became the official gallery agent of Magnum Photos in the United Kingdom. In June 2012 ATLAS Gallery will launch ATLAS Contemporary, introducing an exclusive group of extraordinary young to mid-career contemporary artists to the London art scene. The gallery is both active in encouraging work by young artists and photographers and assisting collectors to come into closer contact with these works. The gallery works closely with private clients and corporate collections to assemble important and unique art collections, as well as being actively involved in the acquisition of exceptional modern and contemporary works by many museums and public collections worldwide. ATLAS has a small amount of material represented on our website to view: www.atlasgallery.com There is no admission fee to ATLAS Gallery. We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery. Staff: Ben Burdett: Owner / Director Kathlene Fox-Davies: Gallery Manager Fiona Osborne Will Elliot Laura Norman

Cube Gallery
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16 Crawford Street
London, United Kingdom W1H 1BS

+44 (0) 207 9352600

Established in Bristol in 2002, Cube Gallery quickly established itself as one of the UK's finest art galleries showcasing both renowned and new artist talent. Opening a second gallery in London in 2011, both galleries show a wide range of works and exclusive events always attract a buzz amongst the viewers. We exhibit both nationally and internationally at art fairs, frequently visiting both America and Europe. If you have any queries about any of the art pieces featured on this page please don't hesitate to email us at the gallery at [email protected]

Gallery Elena Shchukina
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10 Lees Place
London, United Kingdom W1K 6LL

020 7499 6019

From its base in Mayfair, Gallery Elena Shchukina brings emerging contemporary artists to London. London's art scene is the most vibrant in the world. Gallery Elena Shchukina is one of the most exciting contemporary art spaces in the city. Dedicated to international contemporary artists, most of whom have never before been exhibited in the UK, this superbly curated gallery has become a must-see location for international artists and their clients. The gallery recognises no international or artistic borders. We believe in choosing international contemporary artists, painters and sculptors, who display exceptional talent, technical skill and creativity, and in exhibiting them with empathy, comprehension and judgement. Through our carefully thought out programme, we deliver confident, engaging modern art exhibitions which are accessible to everyone. A lecture programme accompanies each exhibition - it is an opportunity not only to find out about the artist but also about the particular vision underlying the gallery itself. Elena's vision combines a love of the technique of creation coupled with a passionate interest in colour. These two aspects inform our exhibitions: our artists tend to have mastered a unique skill or have a particular talent that has not been shown before in the UK. Their use of colour is complex and emotionally engaging; the combination of skill and colour produces a synthesis that is essentially Elena Shchukina. Explore our most recent addition - the online shop! http://galleryelenashchukina.com/store/artists/

Contini Art Uk
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105 New Bond Street
London, United Kingdom

+44 (0) 2074955101

Ronchini Gallery
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22 Dering Street
London, United Kingdom W1S 1AN

020 7629 9188

Ronchini Gallery is a contemporary art gallery founded by Lorenzo Ronchini in 1992, in Umbria, Italy, which expanded in February 2012 with a space in Mayfair, London. Its exhibitions have explored pioneering movements within Italy; the gallery aesthetic is defined by Minimalism, Spatialism, Conceptualism and Arte Povera and it retains an unblinking future-focus on progressive movements. Ronchini Gallery evolved from 20 years of private collecting. Paterfamilias Adriano Ronchini was an early supporter of artists such as Alighiero Boetti, Daniel Buren, Joseph Kosuth, and Michelangelo Pistoletto and collected their work throughout the seventies. Subscribing to the highest standards of curatorship and scholarship, the gallery provides a rigorous context in which its artists can be viewed. Ronchini Gallery also maintains a successful publishing arm which produces exhibition catalogues, monographs, critical texts and artist’s books.

Vigo Gallery
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21 Dering Street
London, United Kingdom w1S1AL

+ 44 (0) 2074933492

Vigo represents emerging and established international artists, conceiving and curating shows in both public and commercial arenas. We enjoy good relations with many Museums, Residencies and Foundations from the TATE to the British Museum and advise the Levett Collection / MACM.

Handel & Hendrix in London
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25 Brook Street
London, United Kingdom W1K 4HB

020 7495 1685

Separated by a wall & 200 years are the homes of two musicians who chose London & changed music. Welcome to Handel & Hendrix in London

The Devil to Pay on Brook Street
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25 Brook Street
London, United Kingdom W1K 4HB

020 7399 1953

"It is Midnight on the 13 April, 1759. Former Royal Academy of Music sensation, the imposing Italian diva, Faustina Bordoni, has returned to England for the first time in decades to reignite her London career, with Handel’s assistance. But the maestro’s health is fast failing. It’s late. The house is quiet. As Handel’s servants tend his bedside, Faustina, tired and tetchy after an arduous journey, faces an anxious wait to see the ailing genius – with only a lowly maidservant for company. What follows is both unexpected and disquieting…" Performance dates and times Friday 20 February 6pm and 7.30pm Saturday 21 February 2pm Sunday 22 February 2pm Tuesday 24 February 6pm and 7.30pm Wednesday 25 February 6pm and 7.30pm Thursday 26 February 6pm and 7.30pm Friday 27 February 6pm and 7.30pm Saturday 28 February 2pm and 6pm Sunday 1 March 2pm and 6pm Tickets: £15 – early booking advised

Miniature Painting India
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915 New Bond Street
London, United Kingdom W1S 1DN

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Maddox Arts
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52 Brook's Mews
London, United Kingdom W1K 4

+44 (0)20 7495 3101

Gimpel Fils
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30 Davies Street
London, United Kingdom W1K 4NB

020 7493 2488

Sarah Myerscough Gallery
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15-16 Brooks Mews
London, United Kingdom W1K4DS

+44(0)2074950069

Sarah Myerscough Gallery was established in 1998 in Mayfair as a contemporary art gallery to give young, up and coming British artists an opportunity to showcase their art work in London’s West End. The gallery initially exhibited fine art painting and photography and has recently developed it’s contemporary craft programme through it’s involvement in COLLECT, the International Applied Art Fair held each year at the Saatchi Gallery. Before Sarah Myerscough MA opened the gallery, she worked in London for twenty years as a corporate art consultant and is able to offer this specialist advisory service to corporate and private collectors on contemporary painting, photography and sculpture and the applied arts including ceramics, glass and wood. If you have budgetary considerations, in situ commissions opportunities, need investment advice or have a request for management of an arts project, including on site presentations, deliveries and installations please do call the gallery to arrange an appointment. The gallery currently represents Internationally known artists but still with an eye on art graduates and young talent. The gallery also exhibits at Art Fairs Internationally and its gallery artists include: Andrew MacKenzie, James Lumsden, Jenny Pockley, Nick Archer, Andy Stewart, Anthony Francis, Nick Jolly, Michael Corkrey, Maisie Broadhead, Philip Moulthrop, John Jordan, Christian Burchard, Marc Ricourt, Liam Flynn, Friedemann Buehler.

Hendrix in Britain at Handel House
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25 Brook Street (entrance via Lancashire Court)
London, United Kingdom W1K 4 HB

+44 (0)20 7495 1685

In 1968-69 Jimi Hendrix moved into the flat at 23 Brook Street with his English girlfriend Kathy Etchingham. The flat is now the office of Handel House Museum. To mark the 40th anniversary of Hendrix’s death, Handel House presented the exhibition 'Hendrix in Britain' in 25 August - 7 November 2010.

Rose Issa Projects
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82 Great Portland St
London, United Kingdom W1W 7NW

0207 243 3250

Rose Issa is a curator, writer and producer who has championed visual art and film from the Middle East for more than 30 years. She has lived in London since the 1980s showcasing upcoming and established artists, producing exhibitions with public and private institutions worldwide, and running a publishing programme. Through curating numerous exhibitions and film festivals, she introduced Western audiences to many 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. As well as holding exhibitions at her own project space in London, Rose Issa collaborates as a co-curator with private and public institutions such as the Beirut Exhibition Center (2010-11); the Bluecoat Arts Centre, Liverpool (2010); Tate Britain, London (2008); the European Parliament, Brussels (2008); the State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow (2007); the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg (2007); ING Bank, Geneva (2007); the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (2006); the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), Berlin (2004); The CCCB (Contemporary Cultural Centre), Barcelona (2003); the IFA - Institut fur Auslandsbezeihungen (2002-3), Stuttgart; the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam (1996-1997); the Barbican Art Centre, London (2001, 1995); and Leighton House Museum, London (ongoing, since 1992). She also advises and lends works to public and private institutions, including the CAB Art Centre, Brussels (2013); the Boghossian Foundation, Brussels (2012); the Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia (2009); Paul Klee Museum, Bern (2009); Belvedere Museum, Vienna (2009); The British Museum; the Imperial War Museum; The Museum of Mankind; the Victoria & 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. Rose Issa was a Jury member for the National Pavillions at the 50th Venice Biennale (2003) and sat on the Jury for the Arab British Centre (2013) and MOPCAP (the Magic of Persia, 2013). Publications Founder of the publishing unit Rose Issa Projects and Beyond Art Production, Rose publishes monographs and comprehensive catalogues addressing the current concerns and trends of the visual arts scene from the Arab world, Iran and Turkey. Recent titles include: Maliheh Afnan: Familiar Faces (2013); Nermine Hammam: Cairo Year One (2012); Raeda Saadeh: Reframing Palestine (2012), Farhad Ahrarnia: Canary in a Coal Mine (2011), Ayman Baalbaki: Beirut Again and Again (2011), Selma Gurbuz: Shadow of My Self (2011), Omid Salehi: a Photographer’s Journey Through Iran (2011), Fathi Hassan (2010); Parastou Forouhar: Art, Life and Death in Iran (2010) and Maliheh Afnan: Traces, Faces, Places (2009). Rose has also co-published the two major overviews on contemporary photography from the Middle East: Arab Photography Now (with Kehrer Verlag, 2011) and Iranian Photography Now (with Hatjie Kantz, 2008). Film from the Arab World and Iran In 1982 Rose Issa launched the first-ever Arab Film Festival in Paris and worked with the Delegations Etrangères at the Cannes Film Festival (1983-1985). For a further 26 years until 2008, she curated Arab and Iranian film seasons in Britain and abroad. She was special advisor to The Berlinale (2003-2007); the International Rotterdam Film Festival (1996-2002); the London International Film Festival (1987-2003); and The British Film Institute (1988-1995). She also curated Arab and Iranian film seasons at The National Film Theatre (“Hollywood on the Nile”, 2003; “Art and Life: The New Iranian Cinema”, 1999; “First Arab Film Festival”, 1987); the Barbican (“Unveiled Lives: Women and Iranian Cinema”, 2001; “Melodramas, Comedies, and Mysteries: North African Film”, 1995). In addition she curated a season of Iranian films for Britain’s Channel 4 (2005) and collaborated with them on “Cinema Iran”, a series of documentaries on Iranian cinema. She also realised the documentary, “Moving Pictures: Tunisian Women Film Directors”, for BBC2 TV (1995).

Narrative Projects
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110 New Cavendish Street
London, United Kingdom W1W 6XR

+ 44 (0) 20 7637 9715

The gallery’s primary objective is to open up a creative dialogue highlighting the wider cultural milieux within which our selected artists are working, and setting up provocative and enlightening juxtapositions and engagements between these and the London contemporary art scene through exhibitions and special off-site projects.

The Sherlock Holmes Museum
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221B Baker Street
City of Westminster, United Kingdom NW1

0207 224 3688

Richard Saltoun Gallery
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111 Great Titchfield Street
London, United Kingdom W1W 6RY

02076371225

Based in London (Fitzrovia), Richard Saltoun Gallery specialises in post-war and contemporary art. The gallery has a special interest in conceptual, feminist and performance artists that emerged during the 1970s and seeks to re-establish and promote artists working in that period. Since its foundation in 2008, Richard Saltoun has organised both solo and group exhibitions and has participated in art fairs in the U.K. and internationally. In conjunction with Ridinghouse, Richard Saltoun has also published a number of monographs on British artists. Richard Saltoun represents the estate of artists Helen Chadwick, Ed Herring, Bob Law, Tony Morgan and Jo Spence.

Ancient & Modern
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33 St George Street
London, United Kingdom W1S 2FL

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Halcyon Gallery
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144-146 New Bond Street
London, United Kingdom W1S 2PF

0207 100 7144

Gallery Locations: Halcyon Gallery (Flagship), 144-146 New Bond Street, W1S 2PF Halcyon Gallery, 29 New Bond Street, W1S 2RL Halcyon Gallery, Harrods, 2nd Floor, 87-135 Brompton Road, SW1X 7XL