Street Art Galleries

Picture: Vincent Hailleux

During our regular street art events, we look at the works of street artists on the walls of Shoreditch. This neighborhood is a huge outdoor gallery featuring international street art. It is however a fact that some street artists are showing now their works in galleries. We have listed a selection of London galleries devoted to street art.

East End

Stolenspace Gallery

Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL
Their artists: more than 40 artists including C215, Roa, Eine, D*Face, Miss Van, Seen, Shepard Fairey
A new show TWOONE ‘Hunted Hunter’s Head’ opens on 11 Sep 2014 with new works from Australian street artist Hiroyasu Tsuri aka TWOONE .

Nelly Duff Gallery

156 Columbia Rd, E2 7RG
Nelly Duff exhibits editions and original pieces from many important street artists. They have a great blog featuring guides on many of these artists. 

Pure Evil

108 Leonard St, EC2A 4XS
This gallery managed by the street artist Pure Evil sells also works from other artists including Roa, Isaac Cordal, Horfée and Pablo Delgado. The gallery has a music production studio in the basement.

Signal Gallery

32 Paul St, EC2A 4LB
 Their Artists include Dale Grimshaw, Ethos, Jef Aerosol, RAE, and Shepard Fairey.

West End



11 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HR
One of the top galleries in London for street art created by Steve Lazarides who was Bansky’s agent  during his  early years .  Set in Fitzrovia, this gallery shows internationally recognized street artists such as  Conor Harrington,  Invader, Jonathan Yeo, JR, Vhils.  

The Outsiders

8 Greek Street, W1D 4GG
This gallery located in one of the most vibrant streets of Soho is part of Lazarides. Current exhibition shows Ian Francis ‘s Endless Summer, a showcase of intimate studies. Until 4 October 2014. 

London West Bank Gallery

133-137 Westbourne Grove, W112RS
This Gallery in  Notting Hill shows works from street artists such as Copyright, Mr Brainwash, Mau Mau, Ben Allen.

French Art Studio

 58 Gloucester Road, SW7 4QT
 This French contemporary art gallery represents some urban artists such as Sun 7, Tanc  and L’Atlas.







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