London Art Galleries Tour

London Art Galleries Tour

London Art Galleries Tour 2

London Art Galleries Tour

We organize London Art Galleries Tours and guided visits of museum exhibitions as well as exhibition previews with intimate conversations with the artists.

For example, we have organized  group visits of exhibitions at major London museums and public galleries, an encounter with Pakistani artist Rachid Rana and New Art World, a pre-preview and meeting with French artists Patrick Pietropoli and Anne- Francoise Couloumy presented by Cynthia Corbett. We have participated to a special private reception in Paris for the exhibition “Lost in Paradise, Du Spirituel Dans L’Art Actuel” curated by the Franco-British team, Arianne Levene and Eglantine de Ganay and an event around the Young Masters Art Prize. One of our events took place at the Royal Academy ,with a special introduction by Turkish artist Guler Ates at the Research Library organized in collaboration with Marcelle Joseph Project. Read our blog here.

During our London Art Galleries Tours, we have also organized private events at the Lloyds Club with exhibitions and artists’ participation as well as a private visit of a gallery in Wimbledon combined with a visit of the Southside House. Read our blog here.

We also regularly design tailored Art Scene VIP day trip for private clients and collectors.Please ask us for examples of specific VIP art tour organised recently.

Two Art Scene tours are also often proposed: a first one in Fitzrovia (Culture Whisper) and another one in Bethnal Green. During these tours, participants can discover an inspiring mix of cutting edge contemporary art reflecting the passions of individual gallery owners. Often located in former industrial buildings or studios, the gallery spaces are imaginative conversions, interesting in themselves. Guests meet curators who speak about the exhibitions on show, the buildings that house them and the entrepreneurial individuals who play such an important role in nurturing young talents.

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