Cadogan Contemporary, located in Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, specialise in contemporary British and international painting and sculpture.
In October 2008, the Saatchi Gallery re-opened in the 70,000 sq. ft Duke of York's HQ building on King's Road in the heart of London. With free admission to all shows, the Saatchi Gallery aims to bring contemporary art to the widest audience possible.
The RAA presents a major solo exhibition of works by Indian born Anish Kapoor, internationally acclaimed artist having won the 1991 Turner art prize.
The British Museum has a unique collection of Middle Eastern and Islamic arts. A recent exhibition showcased was the Iranian exhibition 'Shah Abbas.'
Lord Frederic Leighton turned his private palace into a museum in order to house his priceless Islamic and orient art.
The V&A's new Jameel Gallery, also located in South Kensington, has over 4,000 objects dating from the Islamic caliphate period to WWI. Currently showing the Maharajas exhibition.
Bonhams holds a variety of Islamic and Indian artefacts including textiles, metalwork, glass, ivory amongst many others.
Christies, also located on Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, has represented some of the most pioneering Middle Eastern artists in Europe.
Sothebys Middle East Department holds several sales each year, containing both traditional and Modern Contemporary arts from the Middle East and wider region.
Sotheby's is the first international auction house to hold a sale dedicated entirely to calligraphy. Join our specialist Dalya Islam and the calligrapher Dr. Ahmed Moustafa as they discuss the art of the word, from the early Islamic period to the present day, featuring highlights from the forthcoming sale at The Ritz Carlton, Doha on 16 December 2010.