Details of all participating gallery exhibitions will be available on the London Gallery Weekend website, which is powered by London-based art technology company Artlogic. The website is the key information and navigation tool, providing visitors with the ability to map their gallery visits across the city.
Stefan Kalmár, Executive Director, Institute of Contemporary Arts, said: "I applaud this collective effort of London’s galleries. London Gallery Weekend presents a collegial vision that speaks to our post-pandemic reality. Like music labels, publishers, or film producers, galleries play a crucial role in caring about artists and art. Coming together in this way, London’s galleries reinforce their longstanding commitment and contribution to our local culture and suggest a collaborative approach that is more accessible and more sustainable."
Margot Heller, Director, South London Gallery said: "There couldn’t be a better moment for galleries to join forces to celebrate London’s fantastic contemporary art scene and all it has to offer. South London is home to some of the best galleries in London, including some that are as yet relatively little known. Hopefully, the exciting program over London Gallery Weekend will encourage more people than ever to explore their local arts venues and also to venture further afield."
Zoé Whitley, Director, Chisenhale Gallery said: "The East End, in so many ways, is synonymous with London's dynamic arts scene. I see London Gallery Weekend as an open invitation to encounter all that our area has to offer creatively as artists and galleries transform their spaces - whether based in former warehouses or purpose-built - into new visual and sensory experiences. Everyone is welcome and the gallery visits are hopefully springboards to also discover the many great local non-profit arts spaces along the way."