D-Contemporary is the company that creates and delivers art exhibitions at 23 Grafton Street for the Strategy International Group (SI). SI operates two well-established UK and international membership-based business networks comprising over 200 companies and institutions employing some 6 million.


The purpose of these exhibitions is to reflect and support the strong commitment of SI and many of its members and clients to the arts as a way of expressing their values and inspiring their stakeholders.

The Gallery supports established artists and is committed to showcasing the best emerging talent, creating a strong presence in the contemporary art scene in London. Based in Mayfair, it offers a unique opportunity to exhibit in an established gallery space with support from experienced art professionals and a varied audience, successfully combining the art and business worlds.

We bring in a wealth of experience working with a number of artists on different stages of their career and confidently showcase a variety of media in 35 exhibitions.  An overview of our previous shows can be found  here.

Located on a listed Georgian building, this large naturally lit room is additionally benefited by a large street window, allowing for  direct engagement with the public. We accommodate solo, group and location specific shows and we offer a wide range of professionally designed products, designed by our in-house Art Editor alongside exposure to Mayfair’s location and audience. D Contemporary has a dedicated team of art professionals and offers curatorial, sales and logistics guidance during the planning and through-out the show.

Please contact us on am@dcontemporary.com for more information about exhibiting with us, our benefits and rates.

Press | Supporters | Collaborators

SI's large eco-system of clients and friends, which comprises a substantial list, have the opportunity to support and have access to outstanding emerging art

Prime Location

Amidst a shortage of similar W1 gallery opportunities, emerging artists gain access to an excellent Mayfair showcase for their work and lists of followers


W1's gallery space has been materially reduced by commercial development, D-C wants to ensure the W1 arts community remains an accessible market