Hang-Up Gallery will be closed until Thursday 21st September

Hang-Up Gallery will be closed until Thursday 21st September

We're having a refresh of the gallery display and will be open again to the public next week!


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Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami's distinctive style, which skillfully blends traditional Japanese art with contemporary influences, has left an indelible mark on the art world. See all our available works now.


Harland Miller – Thought After Filthy Thought

Revealing intricate and colourful textures, this large-scale etching exemplifies the witty style that made the British artist and writer celebrated all over the world.

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We can sell Banksy works on your behalf with our straight forward 'Sell Art' consignment service. We can also offer to purchase works directly. Get in touch.


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Frieze 2023: Top 10 Must-See Booths

20 Sep 2023 | 5 min read

Frieze London and Frieze Masters is making its annual return to London. With a diverse array of institutions participating, it can be challenging to navigate the vast landscape of creativity on display. To help you make the most of your Frieze experience, we've curated a list of ten galleries that are sure to leave you excited and inspired. Here’s our round up of galleries Hang-Up has on its radar for this Frieze edition: October 11-15th 2023!

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Food Meets Art

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STREET LIFE: Remembering London’s noughties urban art explosion

STREET LIFE: Remembering London’s noughties urban art explosion

3 Aug 2023 | 5 min read

At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, gallery opening nights were harder to get into than clubs. London was experiencing a street art explosion and anybody who was anybody wanted to be part of it. We reminisce and talk about UK street art’s latest resurgence.

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