Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, London, Gallery DIFFERENT presents contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography and mixed media from BRITISH and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS. As well as presenting a dynamic schedule of exhibitions and events, DIFFERENT collaborates with other galleries worldwide to promote and curate exhibitions for its artists.

Future Events – Coming Soon

The Kiss

January 20 – February 20 2015
The fourth of our annual Kiss Exhibitions will open with a preview on Tuesday 20th January 2015. The theme this year is “Exploring Relationships”. The exhibition features gallery and guest artists working in a range of media. We will again be celebrating Valentines day with a cocktail party on Saturday 14th February.

To receive an invitation to the preview or to apply for a place at our Cocktail Party, please contact us

Featured Artists:

Antonio Abellan, Orsi Cowell-Lehoczky, Megan di Girolamo, Andru Fijalkowski, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Hans Grootswagers, Andy Hasler, Keith Haynes , Anne Kelly, Oliver Malin, Alison Mulroy, Peter Newsome, Guy Portelli, Anthony Quinn, Mike Rowland, Kees Salentijn,Victor Schroder, Paul Stafford, Hylton Stockwell, Johan Wahlstrom, Tara Winona

The Big Issues Exhibition 2015

Portrait after Watts - Image Watts Gallery Logo - Image

February 24 – March 7 2015
This exhibition is collaboration with the Watts Gallery and showcases art made by local young people and adult learners participating in the 2014/15 Big Issues Project. The Big Issues Project sustains the Art for All ethos embedded by G.F Watts and Mary Seton Watts who believed in the positive impact art could have on lives.

The exhibition includes work by prisoners at HMP Send, HMP & YOI Bronzefield, HMP & YOI Feltham, young people from Surrey Youth Support Services and three Surrey based community groups; The Cellar Art Group, Street Level Arts and Opportunities. Free Spirit

Portrait after Watts, Zoe, Surrey Youth Support Service


Free Spirit

Free Spirit - Image

February 24 – March 7 2015
Free Spirit is an exhibition of work by Sandy Curry, Watts Gallery Michael Varah Artist in Residence at HMP Send 2008 – 2013. It includes work by women artists from HMP Send that Sandy worked with whilst she was Artist in Residence and reflects the journey and impact of experience on both Sandy’s work and that of the women she supported.

Free Spirit, Sandy Currey, Oil and Tar on Board



Olypic Fire - Image

January 20 – February 20 2015
“Man needs colour to live; it’s just as necessary an element as fire and water” Fernand Leger

Four artists exhibit the use of colour in painting and sculpture;
Martyn Baldwin, Guy Portelli, Robin Richmond, Johannes Von Stumm

Olympic Fire, Robin Richmond, Oil and Casein on Canvas



Fu*k Art - Image

April 16 – May 16 2015
Solo Exhibition featuring new work by celebrated vinyl and mixed media artist Keith Haynes

If you would like to reserve a place at the Preview please contact us

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