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Located on Savile Row, in the heart of London’s historic Mayfair, the gallery is home to two exhibition spaces, the North Gallery and the South Gallery, and runs a range of engaging events such as artist talks, film screenings and learning workshops, alongside its dynamic exhibition program. 

On View this Fall

Amy Sherald. The World We Make’ is on view until Friday 23 December.

Exhibitions are free to attend. No advance booking necessary.

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The gallery is openTue – Sat
10 am – 6 pm

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Before You Visit

Exhibitions are free to attend. No advance booking necessary.

On Foot
Hauser & Wirth London has two exhibition spaces, the North Gallery and the South Gallery. Both entrances are located on Savile Row. The South Gallery can be accessed via the Shop, which has a separate entrance on Savile Row.

By Tube
Oxford Circus: Bakerloo, Central, and Victoria Line (500 metres approx.)
Bond Street: Central and Jubilee Line (650 metres approx.)
Piccadilly Circus: Bakerloo and Piccadilly Line (650 metres approx.)

Plan your trip using TFL’s journey planner.

By Bus
Route 22 stops on Conduit Street.
Routes 12, 88, 94, 159 and 453 stop on Regent Street.

Plan your trip using TFL’s journey planner.

By Bike
Cycle hire docking stations are located at St George Street (150 metres approx.), Clifford Street (150 metres approx.) and Golden Square (320 metres approx.). Find availability on TFL’s docking station map.

To park your own bike, parking spots are available on Conduit Street (70 metres approx.), Regent Street (100 metres approx.) and Cork Street (320 metres approx.). See all parking spots on Active Things.

All public areas of Hauser & Wirth London are wheelchair accessible. Please note that step-free access to the South Gallery is via the main building atrium, located at 23 Savile Row.

There is an accessible toilet in the main building atrium, located at 23 Savile Row.

The gallery aims to be as accommodating as possible—if you or member(s) of your group require any special accommodations due to a disability, please contact the gallery in advance of your visit to discuss your requirements.

  • Please note that no food or drink is permitted inside the gallery.
  • We welcome families to explore the gallery but ask that you do not touch or climb on the artworks.

 

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Shop

The Hauser & Wirth London Shop offers a wide selection of Hauser & Wirth Publishers titles from the gallery’s quarter-century history of exhibitions, projects and research. The shop also features a selection of prints from Hauser & Wirth Editions which relate to the current exhibition. The Editions wall is where we have an opportunity to share with the public our artists’ ongoing and diverse explorations in the medium of print.

Amy Sherald Donation Supports New Scholarship and Fellowship Honoring Breonna Taylor

Amy Sherald has made a donation of $1 million to the University of Louisville to fund the Brandeis Law School’s Breonna Taylor Legacy Fellowship and the Breonna Taylor Legacy Scholarship for undergraduates. The gift is the result of distributions from the trust the artist established through the sale of her historic 2020 portrait of Breonna Taylor for Vanity Fair magazine.

Extending Our Learning Partnership with South London Gallery

As part of our learning program, Hauser & Wirth has extended its partnership with South London Gallery for another year. This partnership was initiated in 2020 with a schools’ program responding to the difficulties that schools faced during and since the pandemic in accessing art gallery spaces and creative workshops.

About London

Hauser & Wirth opened its first London gallery in 2003, based in a historic, listed building designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1922 on Piccadilly. The first exhibition was a major installation by Paul McCarthy.

In October 2010, Hauser & Wirth London opened in its current location at 23 Savile Row with the critically-acclaimed exhibition, ‘Louise Bourgeois. The Fabric Works.’

The gallery has two exhibition spaces, the North Gallery and the South Gallery, and runs a range of engaging events such as artist talks, film screenings and workshops, alongside its dynamic exhibition program. Hauser & Wirth London is home to a bookshop that offers an extensive collection of books published by Hauser & Wirth, consisting of monographs, artists’ books, historic exhibition catalogues, collections of artists’ writings and catalogues raisonnés. The shop also features a selection of prints from Hauser & Wirth Editions which relate to the current exhibition.

In 2024, Hauser & Wirth will launch a new flagship space in Mayfair in London, complementing the existing Savile Row location. This new home for art and artists will occupy the lower floors of the Goode Building, an important historic Grade II* listed icon of Victorian architecture designed by Ernest George and Peto architects between 1875 and 1876.

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