Hollybush Gardens

Hollybush Gardens Gallery is a hidden gem tucked away in a quiet corner of London. It's a place that feels like a secret society - you have to know where it is to find it, but once you're inside, you're transported to a world of art that is both provocative and thought-provoking.

The gallery's unassuming exterior gives way to a series of rooms that are like portals to different dimensions. Each exhibition is carefully curated to create an immersive experience that takes visitors on a journey through space and time.

But perhaps what sets Hollybush Gardens Gallery apart from other galleries is its focus on art as a tool for social change. The gallery's exhibitions often explore issues such as gender, race, and class, challenging visitors to rethink their assumptions and confront uncomfortable truths.

The gallery's intimate size and secluded location make it feel like a secret hideaway for those in the know. But the art that is on display at Hollybush Gardens Gallery is anything but a secret - it's a powerful force that has the potential to change the world.

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About the Artwork Claire Hooper. Clay as Bread and Dust as Wine (installation View  Hollybush Gardens, London, 2016)
  • Location
  • London
  • Participated in:
  • Basel Hall 2.1