Haunch of Venison has locations in London, Berlin and New York. The London branch relocated in 2009 to Burlington Gardens, where it occupies the former Museum of Mankind building. This venue provides over 21,500 square feet of gallery space. The Haunch of Venison London exhibition programme focuses on both newly commissioned and historically important work from gallery artists, alongside shows from younger, emerging artists largely unseen in London.
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Lunchtime and again I'm visiting a posh art gallery. After all, they grow like mushrooms around Mayfair. This one is co-owned by Sothebys ... does that make a change to the impression of it? Not really. As many other contemporary galleries it doesn't look much from the outside. The writing advertising the exhibition is rather small (I would be pissed off if I were the artist) and from just...more
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Polly Morgan "Phychopomps", at Haunch of Venison Gallery 6 Burlington Gardens.
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Joana Vasconcelos "I Will Survive" at Haunch of Venison Gallery 6 Burlington Gardens.
The Haunch of Venison is one of my favourite art galleries in London. Located just of Bond Street, down a little yard called Haunch of Venison Yard of course.
I have seen some fantastic shows here, the latest one I have seen was Mat Collishaw's show earlier this year. His fantastic creation zoetrope, a cylindrical device that produces the illusion of action from a rapid succession of static...more
It sounds like a restaurant or a hipster clothing store in Shoreditch but it's not. Haunch of Venison is a contemporary art gallery located down a alley of the same name off New Bond Street. This 3 story mega gallery represents some outstanding artists. Every exhibition I have seen at Haunch of Venison has been out of sight. Memorable artists include Rachel Howard, Keith Tyson, Gajin Fujita,...more
Part of mission of being of a newly arrived art-lover in London, is to of course seek out every happening gallery in the city Haunch of Venison being another 'find'. Tucked away in a small cul-de-sac just off Brook St (parallel to Oxford St), it provides art with a welcome 'edge' in comparison with the hordes of more traditional art dealerships and galleries in the area.
Also, with three...more