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In the summer of 2017 we left our Jermyn Street premises, after almost twenty happy and interesting years. We are continuing to deal, but with a different approach, and with a smaller inventory. We are very happy that the Tomasso Brothers have taken over the gallery. We will keep you updated on Instagram and can be contacted by e-mail and telephone.


A mention in the Times http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

Thanks to Huon Mallalieu for giving us such a lovely send off in last Saturday's Times. That wonderful bookcase is still available!

Studio International Article http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

Harris Lindsay features this week in an article  in Studio International in an article by Matthew Rudman. This is a  review of the exhibition of the recent work of Tess Jaray which our colleague Megan Piper has organised downstairs at Harris Lindsay. The article mentions the fact that this is not our first encounter with contemporary art as we hosted a group show in 2011, curated by Adrian Dannatt.

Article in WALLPAPER http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

Here is a link to the latest review of Megan Piper's exhibition of the recent work of Tess Jaray, in this month's WALLPAPER.


Megan Piper http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

Megan Piper starts an exhibition programme this week on the lower ground floor of the gallery.

In her own words Megan writes : 'The exhibition programme looks at rediscovering and re-evaluating British artists who have been working since the 60s and 70s – aiming to present these artists to a new generation and to demonstrate both the strength of their lifelong commitment to their work and the continuing dynamism of their recent production. All artists are represented in public and private collections in the UK and worldwide'.

Megan is also co-founder of  THE LINE which is the first dedicated contemporary and modern art walk  from the O2 to the Olympic Park following the waterways and the line of the Greenwich Meridian.

BADA FAIR http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

The British Fine Art, Design and Antiques Fair, or more commonly known as the BADA Fair is opening on in the Duke of York Square on  9th March. And though we are not exhibting there this year, we are looking forward to visiting as it has had a big makeover, thanks to the new CEO Marco Forgione and the Fair organiser, Madeleine Williams .

Adam Barker-Mill and Light Installations http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

Adam Barker-MIll  has his first solo show with Bartha Contemporary in Margaret Street till 12th March and is also exhibiting in a group show called 'Playtime', curated by Olga Mackenzie and Sasha Galitzine, in the Union Club Studio, 49 Greek Street- open till 6th March.

Adam's work was part of a contemporary show we had here in 2012, curated by Adrian Dannatt, which juxtaposed contemporay works with the furniture and works of art in our collection.  See the link for further information and an essay by Adrian Dannatt .

The Fabric of India Exhibition http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

A new exhibition  at the Victoria & Albert Museum this week is of particular interest to us as we have a late 18th century crewelwork panel whose design derives from Indian sources.

Joanna Kirk Solo Show http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

Joanna Kirk is having a solo show of her most recent work at the contemporary gallery, Blain Southern from 9th September to 3rd October.

2015 A good year to start collecting.. http://harrislindsay.com/news-press

I came across an article recently  by Judith Miller in the Telegraph which offers advice on what to collect in 2015.