Andipa Gallery is a leading international dealer in Modern and Contemporary Art since 1967. Based in the heart of Knightsbridge we are amongst London’s most established commercial galleries with a large and ever-changing collection of wholly-owned artworks.
Our extensive inventory of paintings, drawings, sculpture and rare and unique signed prints includes works by such masters as Matisse and Picasso, the Pop artists Warhol Lichtenstein and Hockney, and landmark contemporaries such as Damien Hirst and Banksy. Our ongoing programme of UK and international exhibitions and events take place throughout the year, including our annual winter exhibition in Gstaad, Switzerland.
Andipa Gallery prides itself on its long standing relationships with private clients, foundations, museums and corporate collections (hedge funds, private banks, and family offices). We have a reputation for providing expert and discreet services in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Our clients benefit from professional advice on acquisition, forming and building collections, art investment and sourcing works, as well as art advisory for our private clients. We also utilise a preferred network of art professionals to transport, frame and hang works.
The Andipa Contemporary arm of the gallery compliments our selection of established artists by presenting the work of carefully selected new contemporary talent.
We also attend international art fairs, organise and host charity and family events, and publish several catalogues each year.
The Andipa family were first recognised as collectors and dealers in Venice in 1593, where the family settled from its roots in Cephalonia, Greece. Doge Mocenigo awarded the family its crest which is still privately used today.
We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery.
UPDATE: The gallery will closed on Mondays for the month of August.
Tuesday to Friday - 9.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 11.00am to 6.00pm
All other times by appointment.
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