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New gallery Apart opens on Kensington High Street

First opened by Adrian Palengat in a former antiques market on Portobello Road in 1999, erectile Apart has operated as a full time pop-up gallery since 2006. Now, for Autumn/Winter 2014, the gallery is occupying two floors of stunning gallery space on Kensington High Street.

Gallery Apart Kensington High Street
Gallery Apart Kensington High Street

Apart is known for its early work with a significant number of established artists and for its playful, pop influenced eye. More recently, the gallery has become well known for its overseas show programme with exhibitions in Europe, Asia and the United States.

During the run of the exhibition in Kensington, work by the following artists will be shown:

  • Pakpoom Silaphan
  • Finn Stone
  • Miss Bugs
  • Russell Young
  • Andy Bridge
  • James Holdsworth
  • Sunil Pawar
  • Michael Viviani
  • Ryan Hadley
  • Sean Alexander

…and many more!

Gallery Apart Kensington High Street

Gallery Apart Kensington High Street

Further details on Apart and its Autumn/Winter exhibition in Kensington can be found on its website www.ap-art.co.uk or on the Facebook page www.facebook.com/2014christmasshow.

You can see a preview of the works being shown at Apart via the images in the post, but do otherwise pop down today to the gallery to view the exhibition for yourself.

Apart
176 Kensington High Street
W8 7RG
www.ap-art.co.uk

Gallery Apart Kensington High Street

Gallery Apart Kensington High Street

Discussion

One Response to “New gallery Apart opens on Kensington High Street”

  1. I love the look of your gallery. Could I offer you the Frome Ram as an object d’art you might like to sell. A South Devon ram’s skull has been gilded with 24 carat gold leaf and mounted onto a dark African wenge wooden plinth. It will sell for £3,000 plus with no difficulty at all. My price to you would be £1,500. Happy to bring the piece to London for you to ponder over.
    Very best wishes

    Charlie B

    Posted by charlie berridge | 18 November 2014, 12:57 pm

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