Welcome to Imitate Modern - London Art Gallery

Internationally Acclaimed Contemporary Art Exhibitions in London

Imitate Modern is a contemporary art gallery in the heart of London’s W1 that holds exhibitions by the most inspiring and exciting emerging artists, together with the art world’s most established stars. Our London art exhibitions change monthly, marked by infamous launch parties, and have included photography, sculpture, painting, pencil drawing, street art, and much more. Whatever it is, it will be sure to catch your eye.

We’ve certainly caught the attention of the global press, being featured in Vogue UK and Japan, The Telegraph, ELLE UK and Korea, China Daily, Harper’s Bazaar Mexico and Germany, and many more. Check out our Press Page!

A London art gallery with a difference, we are edgy but friendly, intimate but globally recognised and are eager to welcome you to our art exhibitions in London.

For more details on what we’re about, look here.

A short walk from London’s Baker Street and Regent’s Park tube stations, we are located just off Marylebone High Street.

Entrance is free, and there is no need to pre-book. We hope to see you soon!

Opening Hours:

Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm

Sunday: by appointment only

 

 

  • Current Exhibition

    Not for Sale

    We are proud to introduce ‘NOT FOR SALE’ by CARTRAIN, a young street artist, fast establishing himself as a favourite among critics and collectors alike.
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  • Last Exhibition

    AND THE STARS SHINE DOWN

    Exhibiting at Imitate Modern for just four days, we are proud to present “And The Stars Shine Down”, a Christmas pop-up exhibition by Stasha. Read more

  • Next Exhibition

    Acid

    Raymond Salvatore Harmon is creating an indoor exhibition which sits in contrast to the impressive installations he is well-known to produce.
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  • Recent Exhibitions

    Provocateur by Tyler Shields (October 2014)
    TRASH ’n’ CASH by The Dotmaster (November 2014)
    And The Stars Shine Down by Stasha (December 2014)

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