Galleries

Thomas Dane

3 and 11 Duke Street St James's, St. James's, London SW1Y 6BN, UK

Thomas Dane Gallery was established in March 2004 and currently has two London gallery spaces at 3 and 11 Duke Street St. James’s SW1, London, and the third space in Naples on Via Francesco Crispi.

The gallery has developed a distinct approach with a strong commitment to the moving image and a history of introducing important mid-generation artists from abroad to London. The gallery nurtures the development of new talents and is committed to curatorial experimentation by invited curators.

Contacts & Details
OPENING TIMES:
Tue – Fri 11 am – 6 pm; Sat 12 pm – 6 pm

CLOSING DAYS:
Mon, Sun

T: +44 20 7925 2505
M: info@thomasdanegallery.com
W: Thomas Dane

ADDRESS
3 and 11 Duke Street St James's, St. James's, London SW1Y 6BN, UK

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Represented Artists
Terry Adkins
Artist
Hurvin Anderson
Artist
Lynda Benglis
Artist
Walead Beshty
Artist
Cecily Brown
Artist
Abraham Cruzvillegas
Artist
Alexandre Da Cunha
Artist
José Damasceno
Artist
Michel François
Artist
Anya Gallaccio
Artist
Anthea Hamilton
Artist
Arturo Herrera
Artist
Barbara Kasten
Artist
Phillip King
Artist
Ella Kruglyanskaya
Artist
Luisa Lambri
Artist
Michael Landy
Artist
Glenn Ligon
Artist
Steve McQueen
Artist
Marisa Merz
Artist
Jean-Luc Mouléne
Artist
Catherine Opie
Artist
Paul Pfeiffer
Artist
Dana Schutz
Artist
Amie Siegel
Artist
Amy Sillman
Artist
Caragh Thuring
Artist
Kelley Walker
Artist
Xie Nanxing
Artist
Akram Zaatari
Artist
Bruce Conner
Artist
Bob Law
Artist
Upcoming Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Hurvin Anderson: Reverb
Hurvin Anderson is a British painter known for exploring his Jamaican heritage through depictions of...
12 Oct 2021 - 04 Dec 2021
Thomas Dane
London
Past Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Luigi Ghirri: Colazione sull’Erba
“Colazione sull’Erba” (Luncheon on the grass) is a series of photographs by Luigi Ghirri...
02 Oct 2019 - 16 Nov 2019
Thomas Dane
London
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