PARADISE VERSION opened at Hang-Up on 24 March 2022, and what a night it was. Thank you to the artist for and to our drinks partners, Casamigos, Tanqueray 10, Ketel One and Haig for the delicious drinks. And of course to all those that came and contributed in making it such a successful opening night. The show is now open to the public and runs through until April 29 2022
Thank you to all who came to the opening of Game Changers, making it a wonderful evening. Catch a glimpse of the private view launch, captured by Stephanie Pochet and Oristis Lambrou.
Banksy,Dave White,Delphine Lebourgeois,Harland Miller,Joe Webb,Katherine Bernhardt,KAWS,Magnus Gjoen,Marc Quinn,Mark Powell,Nancy Fouts,Nina Saunders,The Connor Brothers,Tim Fishlock
28th November 2020 saw the much-anticipated launch of Hang-Up's new purpose-built gallery space on the Regent’s Canal in Hoxton. Offering nearly 2000sq ft of contemporary space, 5-metre-high ceilings with an abundance of natural light, the new gallery hosted a dynamic group exhibition showcasing Hang-Up’s roster of primary and secondary market artists. Watch the best parts of the night captured by Stephanie Pochet.
Hang-Up Gallery is pleased to present Fags, Birds and a Couple of Guns, a retrospective dedicated to the extraordinary work of Nancy Fouts. Catch a glimpse of the private view launch, captured by Stephanie Pochet.
On the evening of Thursday 30th May, Hang-Up hosted the Private View Launch of INTROVERSION IMMERSION, Tim Fishlock's second solo show at the gallery. Thank you to everyone who came. Catch the best of the night in the official video by @hoodsocietyuk.
To celebrate their tenth-anniversary Hang-Up Gallery launched Hang-Ten; a ten-week festival of art and entertainment. Hang-Ten is not only a celebration of ten successful years of Hang-Up, but a celebration of the relationships the gallery has built with their artists, team and followers.
Exhibition Launch at Hang-Up Gallery, London. Text and art have been linked for decades, and today’s contemporary art world is more dominated by text and narrative than ever and there are four artists who are influencing this current trend: Harland Miller, David Shrigley, The Connor Brothers and Banksy. What do they all have in common aside from text? British humour.
Hang-Up Gallery welcomes British collage artist extraordinaire Joe Webb for a bold and brilliant exhibition entitled Sweet Armageddon. Showcasing a brand new collection of large-scale collages and paintings, the collection is a witty comment on how consumerism has led us to turn a blind eye to world problems. By juxtaposing innocent imagery taken from 1950s advertisements with scenes of mass destruction the artist highlights how mainstream culture aims to distract us from day-to-day realities.