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Verdant Futures

D-Contemporary 23 Grafton Street, London

We are delighted announce our upcoming exhibition, Verdant Futures. To coincide with COP26, Verdant Futures, curated by Sean T Ross, explores how creative innovation can offer new solutions to combating the climate crisis. The exhibition presents five designers who have addressed key climate issues with the aim of a greener tomorrow....

Katrine Levin Galleries presents Levan Lagidze

Katrine Levin Galleries is proud to present Levan Lagidze's solo exhibition hosted at D Contemporary. LEVAN LAGIDZE is one of Georgia’s greatest living artists whose work is held in the permanent collections of major museums including the Tretyakov Gallery and Museum of Modern Art in...

Mirella Bandini – A Solo Exhibition

Mirella Bandini, winner of ArtCan 'Inspire' 2021 exhibition at D Contemporary in June, is returning to host a solo instillation exhibition. Mirella Bandini is an emerging artist working primarily in ceramics, often coupled with or inspired by found objects. She has an inherent love of...

The House Protects The Dreamer

D-Contemporary 23 Grafton Street, London

The House Protects The Dreamer '“ if I were asked to name the chief benefit of the house, I should say: the house shelters day-dreaming, the house protects the dreamer, the house allows one to dream in peace. ” Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space,...

VENOMOUS

D-Contemporary 23 Grafton Street, London

"Venomous” is a group show featuring artwork by 14 international contemporary artists, comprising paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, textile work, and video/film. The exhibition plays to the senses and explores the tension between risk, desire, beauty and danger. In a context where our relationships to each...

The Front Room Show

The Front Room Show brings together new works from artists fresh to the London scene. Each artist has contributed a piece from their most current body of work, straight from the studio, some pieces having only been finished last week. The exhibition is a demonstration...

Social Taxidermy: Sublime Objects

Irene Pouliassi traverses within the subjects of identity pain and contemporary societal tribalistic manifestations. Being raised between Athens and North Corfu where she originates from, reflections from the austere turbulence and the revolutionary zeitgeist form the red thread in her work creating a riotous essence...

[un]fabricated

D Contemporary is excited to announce our upcoming exhibition fabricated. From 1st-11th March and coinciding with International Women's Day, the exhibitions features 8 artists working across a range of disciplines. The human relationship with our body and identity is beautifully complex, it is constantly evolving...

The Front Room Show II

We are delighted to present the second instalment in 'The Front Room Show' series, showcasing some of the best talent in contemporary painting. Each artist has their own individual voice within the exhibition, with supporting statements to convey their vision. All the works are completely...

Xeo Chu: Big World Seen From Little Eyes

D Contemporary, in partnership with the Embassy of Vietnam, Strategy International and Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, are pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition Xeo Chu: Big World Seen From Little Eyes. This exhibition explores Xeo Chu’s past decade of his childhood growing up...