Hundred Years Gallery is an exhibition space available to London-based and international emerging artists. Located in the heart of Shoreditch, around the corner from The Geffrey Museum and Hoxton’s new tube station, it is easily accessible to all interested in both contemporary art and the latest cultural trends of London’s East End.
Directed by Montse Gallego (artist and arts curator) and Mónica Sánchez (art historian, critic, and curator), Hundred Years Gallery is busy establishing itself as an influential platform for the arts, offering a varied exhibition and event program in tune with current cultural and political debates.
Hundred Years Gallery will also pay special attention to current cultural activity in Spain, in order to give Spanish contemporary art and its creators the opportunity to cross their geographical frontiers and establish a presence in the London art scene.
Hundred Years Gallery’s offers a cosy coffee corner and a shop where visitors can acquire affordable artworks such as multiples, design objects, artists´s books, etc., while a separate basement area provides an ample open plan space ideal for art exhibitions and events. The basement space is also regularly used as a photographic studio and is available for hire for both stills and video shoots. For terms, conditions and hire rates please click on Photo Studio.
As a whole, Hundred Years continues the experience of Macondo, a café-gallery which was very popular in Hoxton between 2004 and 2010, where Montse Gallego turned it into a vibrant alternative exhibition space and a welcoming social venue.
Should you be interested in renting our premises, do not hesitate to contact us.
See our gallery floor plan
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