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Grosvenor Gallery

Founded in the 1960s the Grosvenor Gallery focuses on 20th Century Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings, with an emphasis from works from the 1950's and 1960's.

The Grosvenor Gallery is situated at 21 Ryder Street, just of St James's Street, London. Grosvenor Gallery is a member of SLAD (Society of London Art Dealers).

The Grosvenor Gallery has also recently formed a collaboration with the Vadehra Art Gallery in New Delhi under the name Grosvenor Vadehra for the promotion of international art within India and India art within the UK. To view a list its forthcoming exhibition please visit www.grosvenorvadehra.com

London

United Kingdom
Address:
21 Ryder Street
SW1Y 6PX
Phone: 0207 484 7979
Fax: 0207 484 7980
Website: www.grosvenorgallery.com




Artists Represented

Modern and Contemporary Indian Art: including such artists as Avinash Chandra, Magbool Fida Husain, Ram Kumar, Shibu Natesan, Akbar Padamsee, Syed Haider Raza, TV Santosh, and Dilip Sur. We deal extensively with works by F. N. Souza who we have exhibited since the 1960s and whose Estate we work closely with.

Sculpture: Strong empahsis on Modern British Sculpture from the 1950's/60's including Kenneth Armitage, Reg Butler, Lynn Chadwick, F.E. McWilliam, Bernard Meadows, Henry Moore, and Eduardo Paolozzi.

Gallery Artists: Mark Shields, Victor Newsome

South African Art: Dumile, Gerard Sekoto, Sydney Kumalo.


Sample Art Work (4)

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Current Exhibitions

Vincent Wenzel - A Whip and a Biscuit
*Closing 30th November 2009*


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Anglo-Indian Express
10th - 22nd December 2009

Sunil Gupta: The new Pre-Raphaelites
22nd January - 11th February 2010



Previous Exhibitions

HEMA UPADHYAY: The Glass House
18th May – 2nd June 2007

Hema UPADHYAY, now well established among the new generation of Indian Contemporary Artists, will exhibit at Grosvenor Vadehra in her first solo show in London. Upadhyay’s show, entitled ‘The Glass House’, will span all three floors of Grosvenor Vadehra’s London premises in St James’s, before travelling to Italy.

In ‘The Glass House’ Hema tackles notions of migration, isolation, of a global sense of displacement, and the need to belong. In her work Dream a wish, wish a dream Hema recreates the Dharavi slum, situated in India’s financial capital Mumbai, on a 3D micro scale. In this work Hema reflects on the reality of her newly adopted city “Mumbai, where space is all but real estate, and where the landscape proliferates with duplex slums and sky-scraping monstrosities. Here, real space is built of fake concrete and fictive spaces concretise into the real.” Hema conjures up an image of a world that exists literally below the surface, mysterious and invisible, carrying suggestions of secrets and lies, romance and violence.

Other works included... [ Read all ]


Opening Times

Mon-Fri: 9:30-5:30
Sat: 11-4(During Exhibitions)
Sun: Closed