Pimlico Road in Belgravia is one of the most important interior shopping areas in London – and home to the Pimlico Road Design District, London’s premier destination for interior design, art, antiques and fine furniture. Formed by various streets converging on the Pimlico Road, this has long been an area where retailers and businesses have congregated to cater for the discerning shopper, interior designer, collector and inquisitive bon viveur.
Haynes Fine Art
Passion for the arts
Set in Pimlico road, London’s premier design district, Haynes Fine Art has been a long-time resident. Born to extremely humble beginnings, Tony Haynes was self-educated, always preferring to escape into the world of art for sanctuary. The love of the discipline was down to his son, Tony Jr who continued the tradition. Today, they are the largest provincial fine art dealer in the UK of quality 19th to 21st century paintings, outside of London. For information on current shows, visit www.haynesfineart.com 70 Pimlico Road, Belgravia, London SW1W 8LS
This gallery has shown innovative work from internationally recognised artists and talented newcomers since its founding as a gallery in 1998. The showroom carefully curates a selection of pieces, which are available to buy, as well as offering a range of specialist services including art consultancy and off site curation. For information on current shows, visit www.marsdenwoo.com 227b Ebury Street, London SW1W 8UT
Cassius and Co.
Stories to see
A gallery focussing on art and rare books of 20th and 21st centuries, this is a place for bookworms everywhere with collectible books covering the worlds of art, design photography, poetry, fiction and non-fiction. They also curate a rolling series of exhibitions and artists which will tantalise the mind as much as the eye – and combine intriguing stories with exceptional work. For information on current shows, visit www.cassiusandco.com 63 Kinnerton Street, London, SW1X 8ED
Osborne Studio Gallery
Keeping it real
Osborne Studio Gallery specialises in sporting and equestrian art and represents key leading names in figurative, landscape and bronze work by leading contemporary artists, with an emphasis on horse racing. A resident of Motcomb Street for over 20 years, it hosts changing exhibitions each year and is tireless in its search for talented artists that remain true and constant in the face of fashion. For information on current shows, visit www.osg.uk.com 2 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JU
Studio Pottery London
Throw yourself in
Studio Pottey in London is a light-filled ceramics studio which will send your creative spirit soaring. As well as being a place to visit where you can learn the art of pottery – from the very basics all the way up to the expert level – there is also a space, which regularly showcases contemporary ceramics as well as the world of premium potter, Gregory Tingay. Uniquely, the work is shown within a working studio space – described by artist Edmund de Waal as a place of ‘extraordinary beauty’. For information on current shows, visit www.studio-pottery-london.com 29 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF