The Gagliardi Gallery opened in 1978 in London and is one of the most established, long-standing contemporary art galleries in the city. Over the last 35 years, the gallery has maintained a strong identity and continues to build trusted relationships with its clients who range from Princes, Sheikhs and businessmen, to those who pay monthly for a painting worth under £500.
The gallery has become synonymous with quality and diversity, exhibiting a comprehensive collection of sculpture and painting characterised by its variety - from traditional Tuscan landscapes, still-life studies and intricate portraits, to the brazenly abstract and surreal.
The mentality of the gallery is unchanged over the years, providing a personal service and offering high quality art at a good price. Visitors and clients are invited into a warm environment to search through numerous artworks by over one hundred artists, some of whom just out of art school, others very established international artists with works present in some of the greatest museums in the world, such as the V & A, the Tate, the Museum of Art in Rio de Janeiro and the National Museum in Wales.
Today, we are one of the oldest contemporary art galleries in London and inextricably entrenched in the buzzing cosmopolitan parade that is the King's Road in Chelsea, one of the most prestigious and dynamic areas of London.
Chelsea Theatre is a contemporary performance space and community hub which combines artistic excellence and community participation.
As a performance space, we are dedicated to commissioning, producing and presenting the freshest and most innovative artists, both nationally and internationally. We’re proud to have hosted some of the biggest names in contemporary performance from artists including Ron Athey, Franko B, Bobby Baker, Gob Squad, Lone Twin, Goat Island and Annie Sprinkle. Chelsea Theatre is a member of Live Art UK.
Chelsea Theatre is fully accessible and carers go free to any performance at Chelsea Theatre. We have a variety of concessional rates for World’s End Estate residents.
Welcome to Joules Productions recording studio. This is the place to make music at professional quality. We are Music Producers, sound engineers and musicians.
Joules Productions was established in 1998 by music producer/keyboard player/song-writer, Julian Chown. Offering a full range of professional recording studio services, drawing primarily on: writing, producing, sound design, engineering, editing and inspirating. Other services in our London recording studio includes: artist development and video production.
Working on a range of music styles and production that includes - rock, pop, electro, acoustic, R&B, hip hop, soul, orchestral and many more, we also supervise audio for film/TV, games, radio and live shows.
CHART gallery Distance: 1.0 miTourist Information 62 Old Church Street London, United Kingdom SW3 6DP,
Situated in the heart of Chelsea, CHART gallery is raw and complete with cobbles and period quirks. The area has a distinguished artistic heritage from Whistler and Augustus John through to Peter Doig and Chris Ofili, via the famous Chelsea College of Art.
Channelling the revolutionary fervour of the 19th century Chartist movement, CHART is assembling a coterie of cutting-edge artists and a programme of thought-provoking exhibitions. The gallery will show work by both upcoming and established artists of merit, with quality and innovation at the forefront.
Directors Clive Jennings and Sam Walker have both been involved in the London art scene for over twenty years. Clive created and organised The Contemporary Print Show and Fair at The Barbican Centre for over eight years, and is Director of The National Print Gallery; Sam is a successful artist and curator, and she was this year selected as a Winsor & Newton “Star of the Future”.
CHART charitably supports ‘The Artists’ General Benevolent Institution’ and ‘The Print Foundation’.
Showcasing new and emerging companies and artists in a supportive environment
Tube: Gloucester Road (District, Circle, Piccadilly)
Turn right out of the station, continue to second set of traffic lights, turn right along Old Brompton Road, we are on the left hand side by the next set of traffic lights.
Tube: South Ken (District, Circle, Piccadilly)
Exit the station via the left hand entrance, cross over the road at the crossing in front of the station. Turn right and walk down Old Brompton Road (approx 8 minutes).
There is a bus stop outside pub for routes C1 and 430.
MONTEZUMA - South Kensington
Recently launched in December 2015, this brand new local hot spot is named after the last Aztec emperor Montezuma II who led the Aztecs during the Spanish conquest.
Located in the heart of South Kensington, just a stone´s throw away from the station, local restaurants and bars, Montezuma is quickly attracting fashionable party goers and the local Chelsea/Kensington set with a late license until 3am.
A stylish golden interior and incredible house music DJ’s, Montezuma combines late night dancing in a stunning intimate setting.
Sexy, young and fresh, this new Aztec bar offers an array of eclectic cocktails with a golden twist bringing back to life the rich Aztec culture.
For more information, table bookings, guest list and private events, please contact our in-house Aztecan empress Sara at [email protected] or call her on 020 7589 0990.
Montezuma is available for private hire and open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Music:: Rnb, Hip hop, House music
Door:: 11pm to 3am
Dress code:: Smart Elegant
Photo ID is required to gain entry to the club.
Salon Vert is a private contemporary art gallery founded by Anna Lapshina in 2010. Initially located in Regent’s Park, the gallery has moved to new premises in South Kensington where the traditional residence on London’s Queen’s Gate has been transformed into an ambitious contemporary exhibition space.
Salon Vert promotes up-and-coming and emerging British and international talents through an engaging and diverse programme of thought-provoking group and solo exhibitions, with a focus on multi-media works and installation.
The gallery organizes a minimum of four exhibitions a year, commissions site-specific installations and participates in international art fairs.