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Published: April  02, 2012

Sadie Coles HQ

Sadie Coles HQ is contemporary art gallery in London, England, owned and directed by Sadie Coles. Sadie Coles left Middlesex University in the early 1980s with a degree in art history and film studies, and, after a stint as a press and marketing assistant at the National Theatre first worked as a gallery director for Anthony d'Offay.She opened her own gallery, Sadie Coles HQ, in April 1997 with paintings by John Currin and an installation by Sarah Lucas, one of the Young British Artists. Jim Lambie, whom she represents, was a nominee for the 2005 Turner Prize. Artists Coles represents include Carl Andre, Matthew Barney, Avner Ben Gal, Frank Benson, John Bock, Don Brown, John Currin, Sam Durant, Angus Fairhurst, Urs Fischer, Jonathan Horowitz, David Korty, Gabriel Kuri, Jim Lambie, Sarah Lucas, Hellen van Meene, Victoria Morton, JP Munro, Laura Owens, Simon Periton, Raymond Pettibon, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince, Ugo Rondinone, Wilhelm Sasnal, Daniel Sinsel, Andreas Slominski, Christiana Soulou, Rudolf Stingel, Nicola Tyson, Paloma Varga Weisz, TJ Wilcox , and Andrea Zittel. The gallery has two sites close together in Mayfair, at 69 South Audley Street and 9 Balfour Mews. Since her inaugural exhibition by John Currin in April 1997, Coles has followed the same formula for each of her invitations. Taking the graphic identity of the gallery itself – a grey block that represents the gallery space and is found on all her branded material – she uses the same block on the invitations, allowing each artist to choose their own colour. A piece of the artist’s work is then shown on the inside of the card.

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Address :

Sadie Coles HQ 62 Kingly St London-United Kingdom

Phones :

+44 20 74938611
+44 20 74994878

Hours :

Open Tue-Sat 10-6

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Published: April  02, 2012

Sadie Coles HQ

Sadie Coles HQ is contemporary art gallery in London, England, owned and directed by Sadie Coles. Sadie Coles left Middlesex University in the early 1980s with a degree in art history and film studies, and, after a stint as a press and marketing assistant at the National Theatre first worked as a gallery director for Anthony d'Offay.She opened her own gallery, Sadie Coles HQ, in April 1997 with paintings by John Currin and an installation by Sarah Lucas, one of the Young British Artists. Jim Lambie, whom she represents, was a nominee for the 2005 Turner Prize. Artists Coles represents include Carl Andre, Matthew Barney, Avner Ben Gal, Frank Benson, John Bock, Don Brown, John Currin, Sam Durant, Angus Fairhurst, Urs Fischer, Jonathan Horowitz, David Korty, Gabriel Kuri, Jim Lambie, Sarah Lucas, Hellen van Meene, Victoria Morton, JP Munro, Laura Owens, Simon Periton, Raymond Pettibon, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince, Ugo Rondinone, Wilhelm Sasnal, Daniel Sinsel, Andreas Slominski, Christiana Soulou, Rudolf Stingel, Nicola Tyson, Paloma Varga Weisz, TJ Wilcox , and Andrea Zittel. The gallery has two sites close together in Mayfair, at 69 South Audley Street and 9 Balfour Mews. Since her inaugural exhibition by John Currin in April 1997, Coles has followed the same formula for each of her invitations. Taking the graphic identity of the gallery itself – a grey block that represents the gallery space and is found on all her branded material – she uses the same block on the invitations, allowing each artist to choose their own colour. A piece of the artist’s work is then shown on the inside of the card.