Richard Saltoun Gallery

Founded in 2012, Richard Saltoun Gallery is based in Mayfair, London. The gallery specialises in contemporary art, with an emphasis on Feminist, Conceptual and Performance artists from the 1960s onwards. It is guided by a strong focus on rediscovering the work of important yet under-recognised artists through a yearly exhibition programme at its central location on Dover Street and participation in numerous art fairs around the world. The artists represented by Richard Saltoun are all characterised by their pioneering and revolutionary efforts in their respective fields, pushing the conceptual and disciplinary boundaries in which they work. The gallery’s support has ensured these important contemporary artists, several of whom have been largely ignored by the international art community, are firmly cemented in art history. Additionally, Richard Saltoun has established a leading reputation for promoting and exhibiting the work of female artists, including Rose English. In March 2019, the gallery launched a 12-month campaign, titled 100% Women, to support the work of female artists and address the persistent gender inequality in the art world. Remarkably, it is one of only 5% of major commercial galleries in London to represent an equal split of male and female artists. 100% Women takes place across the gallery’s exhibition programme as well as art fair presentations, a new series of online exhibitions hosted on the gallery’s website and a newly launched public events programme.

FOUNDED :2012

DIRECTORS: Niamh Coghlan Richard Saltoun
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Untitled (Black Macrogauze), 1973
Peter Collingwood
Untitled (Black Macrogauze) ''M.89 No. 5'', c. 1970
Peter Collingwood
Red, Orange and Black Macrogauze, c. 1970
Peter Collingwood
Orange, Yellow and Black Macrogauze, c. 1970
Peter Collingwood
Estela 56, 2015
Olga de Amaral
Partage de la nuit [Fragments of the Night], 1976
Jagoda Buić
Tapestry V, 1972
Jagoda Buić
Cuatro paisajes (Modulo B) [Four landscapes (Module B)], 1976-77
Olga de Amaral

CONTACT DETAILS

41 Dover Street

W1S 4NS

London

United Kingdom

+44 (0) 207 637 1225

+44 (0) 787 595 7480

info@richardsaltoun.com
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