Huxley-Parlour to Open New Space

Words by
Andy Morris

28th July 2022

The gallery will expand their footprint to two central London spaces from September 2022

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Huxley-Parlour have announced the opening of a second space this September at 45 Maddox Street, London.

The new gallery will allow Huxley-Parlour to significantly expand their programme, and to bolster their representation of emerging artists. The Maddox Street site will occupy the ground floor of 45 Maddox street and feature one large exhibition space, alongside a new viewing room.

The Maddox Street programme will open with a solo exhibition of new paintings by Nettle Grellier, running in conjunction with a solo exhibition of American artist Keisha Scarville at Swallow Street.

The Director of Huxley-Parlour, Giles Huxley-Parlour said: 

“We are thrilled to announce a major expansion of our gallery footprint in London, which has been our home now for more than ten years. Its thriving community of artists and collectors has been the lifeblood of our business since its foundation, and we look forward to supporting that further with an expanded programme over two beautiful spaces.”.