Art Gallery Venues for Hire in London

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Top Galleries in London

London is home to some of the best galleries in the world, from cultural institutions like the National Gallery to boundary-pushing spaces like Chelsea’s Saatchi Gallery. Are you planning a creative project of your own and need to hire out a gallery in the city? Whether you’re hosting a charity art auction, putting an exhibition together or pursuing a personal passion project, our round up of the capital’s best gallery spaces is sure to inspire. On the lookout for an inner city gallery with modern art pieces that’ll provide a striking backdrop for a corporate or cultural event? Or perhaps you’re after a cool concept space that’ll act as an icebreaker at a drinks reception or networking event? Whatever your needs, Tagvenue is an expert when it comes to London’s top galleries for hire.

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Galleries Hire Guide

Home to such institutions as Tate Modern and the National Portrait Gallery, London is famous for its eclectic art scene. However, there’s more to London art than just the most well-known gallery spaces. The uniqueness of its art scene also comes from smaller, alternative art galleries, which create trends that have a huge influence on the international art community. All that buzz happens mostly in west London, on the vibrant streets of Soho, in hipster Shoreditch spaces and in alternative Brick Lane areas.

That being said, your gallery venue hire options are not limited to just one district. Many art events take place in picturesque Notting Hill or even further from the centre, such as in Hackney. A perfect example is the Dulwich Picture Gallery, which is located on the South Bank of the Thames.

We know that gallery hire costs can be overwhelming sometimes. #tagvenue is here to help you with cheap gallery hire. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to book a space in the west, east or south of London. Have a look at our gallery venues – we’re sure you’ll find something that’ll catch your eye.

Uses for galleries:

  • Art exhibition – this one seems obvious, but it still gives a whole lot of creative opportunities. Hiring a blank canvas space makes organising an event similar to creating a work of art. The colour palette, style and layout are entirely up to you. When it comes to art exhibitions, finding the right gallery to hire is crucial. It’s even nicer when the neighbourhood suits the mood of your show. There are a lot of art exhibition venues located in alternative districts of London that are just perfect for contemporary art exhibitions.

  • Remember to mention the type of event you’re hosting when you’re signing a gallery hire agreement. Very often art galleries are used for private parties, like corporate drinks receptions. Such spaces give you a lot of artistic freedom. Why not stand out from the crowd and organise a wedding in a gallery? A perfect venue for such events is the Saatchi Gallery. It has a lot of spaces that can also be hired for product launches, conferences and many other purposes.

  • Have a look at gallery spaces to hire In London while planning a book launch. A bookstore seems an obvious choice for such an event, but sometimes it’s worth thinking outside the box. For example, if your book is about East Africa, how about collaborating with a photographer who’s been shooting landscapes in Kenya and Tanzania? You can combine your book launch with his or her photography exhibition in order to generate more buzz around your event. Hosting your book launch in a gallery, like The Mosaic Rooms, makes even more sense when the text is art-related. Maybe you’ll even be able to have some of the artists’ works exhibited in the same room? In London everything’s possible!

  • Over the past few years, pop-up events have been taking London by storm. The variety of pop-up festivals, stores, bars and restaurants is so huge that it’s nearly impossible to list them all. An art gallery might be just right for the pop-up exhibition you’re planning.

Whether you’re searching for a gallery room, underground art exhibition venue or a space with a huge window to show off your outstanding work, our team is here to meet your expectations. Take venue search to a whole new level with Tagvenue.

Guests Reviews of Galleries on Tagvenue

Sharon Park
Booked Whole Venue at HOXTON 253 art project space
I had a really great experience renting Hoxton 253 for a day. Mirko was great at clarifying any questions I had and on the day everything went smoothly. The hosts' backgrounds and experiences in art also helped me to envision how my exhibition would work practically. I would definitely consider renting again!
Johanna Yaovi
Booked Whole Venue at HOXTON 253 art project space
The team is incredibly helpful and kind. I loved working with them. The space is beautiful, sleek and perfect for young artists and community focused initiatives.
Emma Wayland
Booked The Garrick Room (Large) at Carluccio's Covent Garden
We were all so impressed by the venue quality and service. It was excellent value and Anna couldn't have been more flexible, kind and helpful.
Clare Boyd-wallis
Booked Pop Up Space at Old Brompton Gallery
Great Space, very close to Earls Court Tube for people to get to and Nick was helpful and accomadating. Would hire it again.
Varun Saxena
Booked Sunset Area at Sugar Cane
Amazing experience! Loved hosting our event at Sugar Cane!

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