Sebastian Ward Turner, solo exhibition 2012











Calling all artists for group exhibition at The Brick Lane Gallery.

The Brick Lane Gallery is currently inviting artists to apply to our upcoming Art in Mind exhibitions.

Art in Mind is an exhibition platform offering emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional art gallery located in a vibrant and dynamic area of London. Helping artists gain exposure in one of the main capitals of the art world, the exhibition is open to both international and UK based artists from a wide range of artistic backgrounds. Art in Mind welcomes artists to exhibit with us time and time again, offering a regular platform to showcase their latest works.

Our professional gallery team organise everything for a successful exhibition including installation, set up and hanging, preview evening, promotion and sales as well as staff for the duration of the exhibition; all this whilst taking 0% commission on sales. Our services have proven to be a very convenient and exciting opportunity for international artists who may not be able to travel to London, and predominantly providing new possibilities for artists who are looking to broaden their artistic career and exhibition background.

Our next available exhibition dates are as follows:

Art In Mind - All mediums : 5 - 18 January 2016

Landscape; Rural vs Urban: 8 - 21 December 2015

Contemporary Painting : 8 - 21 December 2015

Photography Now : 10 - 23 November 2015
Portraits : 24 November - 7 December 2015

Works on Paper : 5 - 18 January 2016
Abstract: 19 January - 1 February 2016

If you are interested in taking part, email us at info@thebricklanegallery.com with images of your work.



Feel free to let go

8 - 11 October 2015

Preview Opening: Wednesday 7th October, 7 - 8.30pm



30 September - 11 October 2015

The Brick Lane Gallery is pleased to present "Japan Now: Pop & Modern Art" a colourful and vibrant group show introducing the talent of 50 Japanese artists exhibiting for the first time in London. This exhibition will include a mixture of pop and modern works and explore the artistic scene in Japan as a cultural superpower crossing a number of mediums and themes from fine art to illustration and Pop Art to Modernism and beyond. This exhibition showcases the very best of contemporary Japanese art today. 




We are calling for artists to submit work for our next themed show of the year:

Photography Now! 10 - 23 November 2015

Curated by our gallery team, our group exhibitions will be a showcase of some of the best emerging talent. The exhibitions provide a platform for new artists to exhibit their works to a wider audience, extend professional networks, and present work in a beautiful professional space in the cultural hub of East London.

To apply and for more information, please email info@thebricklanegallery.com










Gallery Hire

The Brick Lane galleries are located in two beautiful exhibition spaces in the Brick Lane area. Both galleries are available to hire for your solo show, group exhibition or event. Our professional staff are here to assist you by offering a unique exhibition experience in the creative art district of east London.
With over 5 years experience, our dedicated team take the pressure out of organising your exhibition, managing everything for you to create the perfect occasion for a successful and stress-free exhibition!  
The services we provide include:

  • Installation and set-up
  • Email invitation to our mailing list 30,000 recipients
  • Invitation cards
  • Opening reception
  • Press-release and promotion
  • Details of your exhibition on our website
  • Vinyl lettering of your exhibition title and artist name on the gallery window
  • Professional staff invigilation
  • Pricing advice and sales support

Both exhibition spaces are welcoming and approachable, offering fantastic ground floor frontage and direct entrances onto the busy street. Brick Lane is not only a very lively and popular location for art and culture, it is also just a few steps away from the financial district.

For more information about our services, prices and availability please email Lucy at info@thebricklanegallery.com



Giuseppe Marzano (from Italy) was born in Milan 1976. He studied Art at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna and at the Central Saint Martins University of the Arts in London, where he currently lives. He holds a degree in Art Conservation.
His work combines the influence of Urban Landscape with Abstract Expressionism through the use ofdifferent media.

Throughout his work, layers of bold colours give shape to familiar elements. These are often cut and reduced into fragments and pieces (of canvas) outlined with copper wires, commonly known for its conductivity properties and metaphorically used by the artist to highlight a detail and to create a figurative link with the viewer.

website: www.giuseppemarzano.com
email: info@giuseppemarzano.com




Mel Sewell Sigvaldi (from UK) has been shooting black and white landscapes for some years, but in the past three years, he has been concentrating on Iceland, the Badlands of South Dakota and the Lake District. At the same time he has been investigating many of the world's problems, which initially began with understanding the world's water shortages. This led to looking at crop failures, pollution, oil, and population explosion. It soon became apparent that the world was in crisis with many of the resources needed to sustain human life likely to be at crisis point, oractually running out within the next 80 years. In his course of investigation, Mel met up with Kiara Windrider who gives workshops on peace and understanding and who had written an epoch-making book called Year Zero. This book bringsinto focus all the reasons why the world is in the state it is in and what we can do to deal with it (on a personal basis). From a perspective of photographing stunning landscapes for posterity his direction of photography now has an added dimension - to awaken humanity to the crisis in powerful visual transformations of landscapes. This is not how the landscapes actually are, but how they could be at Armageddon.



'I wish to say a big thank you for all the help and consideration I received yesterday evening when my husband and I delivered my various paintings to the Annexe.
It is a wonderful fresh space and everyone's work should look magnificent in there. I feel that great care and considered attention was taken in the selection of the works to be shown - it is such an emotional business trying to select objectively your own work and so it was really wonderful having fresh eyes sort matters out for me - thank you so much.
Pennie Cunliffe Lister


"I would just like to say I think it's a great opportunity your offering to new UK and International artists." – Kirsty Smith


"This is just a big thanks for all of your help with the gallery opening and exhibition. I really had a wonderful experience :) '– Sarah Jane Fardon


"I'm writing you to tell you that my prints were delivered safely! And again thank you for your patience, hard work and wonderful experience!" - Alice J. Redaelli






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