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Carpenters Workshop Gallery

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Carpenters Workshop Gallery

1: North Kensington

Ladbroke Hall, 79 Barlby Rd, London W10 6AZ, UK

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Specialising in Functional Art and Collectible Design, Carpenters Workshop Gallery focuses on producing and exhibiting the work of international artists and designers, who look to push the boundaries of what is traditionally presented within the confines of the gallery and art fair space. The gallery’s next exciting chapter is the recent opening of its new London space, within the expansive Notting Hill arts hub, Ladbroke Hall.

Specialising in Functional Art and Collectible Design, Carpenters Workshop Gallery focuses on producing and exhibiting the work of international artists and designers, who look to push the boundaries of what is traditionally presented within the confines of the gallery and art fair space. Carpenters Workshop Gallery is founded on the partnership of childhood friends, Julien Lombrail and Loic Le Gaillard, who first opened the gallery in a former carpenter’s workshop in London’s Mayfair. Since then, Carpenters Workshop Gallery has proven its deserved place as a leading pioneer in the world of high art and design, expanding to operate four galleries worldwide, situated in key locations of London, Paris, New York, and Los Angeles. Actively involved in the research, conservation and production of limited edition works, the gallery’s choices are guided by seeking an emotional, artistic, and historical relevance and breaking boundaries between art and design. This ethos is exemplified by the founding of The Workshop complex in Mitry-Mory, on the outskirts of Paris – a unique 8,000 square meters space dedicated to artistic research, bringing together the elite of practitioners and artisans. Within this creative hub, Carpenters Workshop Gallery artists and leading artisans work collaboratively to produce pieces with a hand-finished touch. The gallery’s next exciting chapter is the recent opening of Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s new London space, within the expansive Notting Hill arts hub, Ladbroke Hall. This new destination, dedicated to presenting ambitious programming across all forms of creative expression, confirms the leadership role of Carpenters Workshop Gallery in today’s international territory of art and design and their intersectionality.

When:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday 10 am–6 pm
Wednesday: 10 am–6 pm
Thursday: 10 am–6 pm
Friday: 10 am–6 pm
Saturday: 11 am–5 pm
Sunday: Closed

Admission

Free

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