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Kings Road Gallery & Tanya Baxter Contemporary

The Kings Road Gallery was founded in 1998 in London, having already opened its Hong Kong Gallery in 1995. It has established a global reputation for exhibiting some of the most exciting European and Asian contemporary work on the International stage by both well-established blue chip artists with auction records as well as young emerging artists on the scene. The gallery’s impressive stable includes the witty Russian artist Konstantin Bessmertny, the rising young star of Magic Realism, Sacha Jafri whose career is accelerating at the record pace and has been earmarked as the Brit artist to take over the 90’s artists such as Hirst and Emin etc. Also one of Britain’s foremost figurative painters, Pip Todd Warmoth, who will exhibit in December 2010 his latest collection “The Magic of Figuratism”.

Chinese art is rapidly growing in popularity and value – boosted by the country’s soaring economy. Such is the importance of the capital for Chinese Fine Art that The Art Market Monitor recently stated that ‘The capital of China is London’. Tanya Baxter Contemporary has worked with the rising stars of Chinese ... [ Read all ]


United Kingdom
436 Kings Road
SW10 0LJ
Phone: 020 7351 1367
Fax: 020 7351 7007
Website: www.kingsroadartgallery.com

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Artists Represented

Alwar Balasubramanium, S.H Raza, Alexis Kersey, Jitish Kallat, Pip Todd Warmoth, Ling Jian, Liu Fenghua, Zeng Chuanxing, Shen Jingjong, Richard Allen, Konstantin Bessmertny, Min Wae Aung, Hong Viet Dung, Yin Xin, Jean Marc Huss, Anthony Eyton, Sacha Jafri, Bai Lin, Bui Huu Hung, Ju Ming, Nguyen Thanh Binh, Lucy Poet, Chiu Ya Tsai, Ronnie Ford, Maria Amparo, Qi Zhilong, Hoang Duc Dzung, Paul Hughes

Sample Art Work (165)

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Current Exhibitions

“ Spring & Summer Exhibition ” 436 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW10 0LJ R.S.V.P. - tanya@kingsroadgallery.com

Forthcoming Exhibitions

9 - 19th June 2011 Olympia Contemporary

12th July 2011 "Right to Play" Charity show at Royal College of Art

16th of July 2011 Summer Exhibition

Previous Exhibitions

1st July - 30th September 2010 A Midsummer’s Exhibition

Paul Hughes solo show "Between Two Worlds" Tuesday 30th June 2009 - 6.30 - 8.30pm

The Merrion goes Oriental
Thursday 29th of January 2009
6.30 - 8.30 pm
at The Cellar Restaurant at Merrion Hotel, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2 Ireland

19th Nov 2008 Pip Todd Warmoth " Another World"
17th June 2008 Kings Road Gallery 10th Anniversary show
10th June 2008 Min wae Aung

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Art Fairs

31st march - 3rd april 2011 ArtMonaco, France

17th feb - 20th feb 2011 2021 Art Fair, London

London 7th - 11th October 2010 Art London

9 - 12 June 2010 Russian Eastern & Oriental Fine Art Fair at the Park Lane Hotel Piccadilly London W1

29 - 2nd of May 2010 ArtMonaco France

22 - 25th April 2010 Chelsea Art Fair

7-10th Oct 2010 Art London Fair

Press Releases

Investing in Art: The New Asset Class

“Art may not be very hard, but at least it is tangible; there is an international market for it

both privately and at auction. And if inflation does rear its ugly head, people believe that art

prices will inflate right along with real estate and other hard assets.”

Kings Road Gallery & Tanya Baxter Contemporary work with the great Modern Masters

of Indian contemporary such as Jitish Kallat, M.F.Husain, Manjit Bawa, F.N.Souza and S.H.Raza as well

as the established auction record contemporary Chinese artists. The gallery has represented the

rising stars of Chinese Contemporary since the late 90’s, formerly in Hong Kong and then in London.

The majority of collectors or investors purchase Chinese art as an investment or asset class. “The

Chinese Contemporary art market will boom again in the next 3 to 5 years the turnover for

Contemporary art increased by 60% in the recent 2010 auctions, compared to 2009. The growth of

the Chinese market is nothing short of staggering: according to a recent ArtTactic report, the global

Chinese art market increas... [ Read all ]

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Looking to share a Chelsea Gallery space?!

Kings Road Gallery & Tanya Baxter Contemporary, situated in Chelsea, London, are offering the lower ground floor to an art gallery / showroom for long-term rent (6 – 12 months) with a rental space of 16 x 36.4 ft.

The Gallery are opening another gallery in Mayfair and have extra space available in Chelsea.


History - The Gallery celebrated its 10th Anniversary last year since opening in Chelsea in April 1998 having formerly started in Hong Kong in 1994. The Kings Road Gallery has built up a reputation for showing exciting new works by a wide range of established contemporary artists, from Europe and Asia. The director of the gallery, Tanya Baxter, has developed a special expertise in Asian Art and has introduced leading artists from China, Vietnam and Myanmar.

Key Specifics - Kings Road Gallery is situated in the heart of fashionable Chelsea. The area therefore guarantees a dependable passing trade in the form of a discerning and sophisticated clientele. Is 10 minutes from both Sloane Square and South Kensington underground stations. The Gallery is split-level and ... [ Read all ]

Location And Getting There

Nearest tube station Sloane Square.


Tanya Baxter
M: 079 6136 0407

Opening Times

Mon - Fri 10 - 6 pm
Sat 11 - 5 pm