House of Illustration
The world’s first gallery dedicated to the art of illustration in all its forms. Exhibiting emerging talent and established artists, past and present.
The Lethaby Gallery is dedicated to promoting the creative talent of Central Saint Martins and features work by staff, students and alumni.
A prestigious gallery showing the cream of international artistic talent.
King’s Place Gallery
Kings Place Gallery exhibits temporary and touring exhibitions by artists of national and international reputation, as well as less established but promising artists.
Pangolin Gallery at King’s Place
One of London’s few galleries dedicated to the art of sculpture, representing both established and emerging talent.
Sartorial Contemporary Art
An artist-run gallery, and one of the largest contemporary art galleries in London.
The Trident Pottery
Handmade pottery and ceramics shop established over 30 years ago. Found at 84 Caledonian Road.
An expanding gallery program presenting the work of artists who do not necessarily ‘fit’ into the traditional preconception of an artist/gallery relationship.
Art in the open at King’s Cross
In June 2016, Tamsin Dillon and Rebecca Heald were appointed as the new curators at King’s Cross. Working in a three-year scope, they are heading up The King’s Cross Project, an ambitious plan for art commissions across the 67-acre neighbourhood.
RELAY was the first part of the arts programme at King’s Cross. Curated by Michael Pinsky and Stéphanie Delcroix, the programme was inspired by the transformation of the area.
Projects included IFO, a 9-metre illuminated “bird cage” by French artist Jacques Rival, which can be seen as you exit the stations into Battle Bridge Place, Of Soil and Water: King’s Cross Pond Club by Ooze (Eva Pfannes and Sylvain Hartenberg) and Marjetica Potrč, Black Maria by Richard Wentworth and GRUPPE, and the vast artwork Across the Buildings by Felice Varini.
Viewpoint on Regent’s Canal
Viewpoint is a floating platform that allows us to see Regent’s Canal from a different angle. Designed by a team of young Finnish architects, the platform is inspired by rocky islets off the Nordic coastline, offering seclusion and sanctuary in the heart of the city. Access Viewpoint via Camley Street Natural Park.