Since its inception, Sadie Coles HQ has operated from a variety of spaces, mounting numerous off-site projects throughout London and abroad; most recently in Los Angeles with a significant new video installation by Martine Syms titled Ugly Plymouths. In September 2013, Sadie Coles HQ opened its largest space at 62 Kingly Street in London’s West End with American painter Ryan...

Since its inception, Sadie Coles HQ has operated from a variety of spaces, mounting numerous off-site projects throughout London and abroad; most recently in Los Angeles with a significant new video installation by Martine Syms titled Ugly Plymouths. In September 2013, Sadie Coles HQ opened its largest space at 62 Kingly Street in London’s West End with American painter Ryan Sullivan. Following in 2015, the gallery opened a new permanent space at 1 Davies Street in Mayfair, designed by 6a Architects, with an exhibition by Rudolf Stingel that extended across both spaces. Exhibitions are presented at both sites throughout the year, as well as further projects in The Shop, at Kingly Street.


Current Exhibition

Gabriel Kuri: exploding count in flattened curve

End Date: 02/11/2020

Gabriel Kuri’s practice employs the use of the everyday: purchased, found and repurposed materials to investigate the relationship between rational structures and operating systems. Often linked to numerical categorisation, both in economic and hierarchical structures, Kuri filters and extracts visual and linguistic value through a process of physical and conceptual selection, with the objective of understanding the world at present.…
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Past Exhibitions