London’s top art galleries exhibit works by renown modern artists as well as showcasing new and emerging talent. With displays alternating from the brilliant to the bizarre, you’re sure to find something to suit your taste in one of the capital’s contemporary art galleries. Artsper has selected 8 inevitable art galleries ! 

{White Cube Gallery}


The white Cube Gallery in London exposes a range of works by renowned artists such as Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin and Marc Quinn. They have also expanded to South East London with sister galleru White Cube Bermondsey.

144-152 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3TQ

{Gagosian Gallery, London}


Hosting an ever-changing program of contemporary arts, Gagosian Gallery is one of the top worldwide galleries. The large almost ethereal space has exhibited big names from Warhol to Hirst, Jackson Pollock to Roy Lichtenstein.

17-19 Davies Street, London W1K 3DE

{Lazarides Gallery}


Lazarides Gallery is unconventional. Stranger to classical art galleries, it offers outsider representing sculptors, photographers and even taxidermists. Adding a private viewing space for new works, the gallery runs a Shop at Lazarides, selling limited edition prints, books at affordable prices.

11 Rathbone Place, London W1T 1HR

{Hamiltons gallery}


Hamiltons gallery is situated in Mayfair and showcases the top modern masterns as well as young photographers. Previous events, by artists such as Irving Penn and Tomio Seike, show the diversity of modern photography.

13 Carlos Place, London W1K 2EU

{Lisson Gallery}


The Lisson Gallery was the first gallery in London to promote American Minimalist art in the 60’s. Founded as an artist’ exhibition space, it has been a platform for growing contemporary artists. Events are always challenging and show artists who defy the status quo.

52-54 Bell Street, London NW1 5DA

{Hauser & Wirth}


Displaying an enormous variety of contemporary artists including Louise Bourgeois and Paul McCarthy, Hauser & Wirth is located in an elegant Edwardian building on Piccadilly. One of Europe’s prominent international galleries.

 23 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 2ET

{Victoria Miro}


Located in a converted Victorian furniture factory between Hoxton and Islington, Victoria Miro exhibits a collection of avant-garde pieces by artists such as Grayson Perry and Chris Ofili. The gallery’s aim is to promote innovative artists and nurture new talent. Look out for the unique garden used by installation artists such as Yayoi Kusama.

16 Wharf Road, London N1 7RW

{Sprueth Magers London}


Sprueth Magers London opened in 2003 and is the London branch of a very renowned gallery chain in Germany. Monika Sprüth and Philomene Magers are the founders of Sprueth Magers. Their gallery has been on Europe’s contemporary art scene for more than 20 years. From Cindy Sherman to Walter Dahn, major intenrational artists are represented in this beautiful eighteenth-century building just off Old Bon street.

7A Grafton Street, London W1S 4EJ