Rebecca Chesney, Courtesy Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix / Photo Gavin Renshaw
London Gallery Weekend
June 4–6, 2021
London, UK

The inaugural edition of London Gallery Weekend will take place from June 4–6, 2021. London’s leading contemporary art galleries are coming together this summer to launch a new, free to attend, annual event, celebrating culture and creativity in the UK’s capital city. London Gallery Weekend will promote a daily focus hosted by a geographical area, starting with central London on Friday, followed by south London on Saturday and culminating on Sunday with galleries in the East End. Sign up to our mailing list to hear about participating galleries and the dynamic three day events program, including late night openings, studio visits, children’s events, and more.

Among the over 130 participating galleries include:

Amanda Wilkinson Gallery
David Zwirner Gallery
Goodman Gallery
Hauser & Wirth
Huxley-Parlour Gallery
König Galerie
Lisson Gallery
Magnum Photos
Modern Art
Mother’s Tankstation
Richard Saltoun Gallery
Sprüth Magers
Thaddaeus Ropac
Thomas Dane Gallery
White Cube Gallery

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    VSF / Various Small Fires
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