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23-25 Eastcastle St., London, England W1W 8DF, United Kingdom

Originally in the vibrant East London arts district, Stuart Shave relocated his avant-garde gallery to a large, glass-fronted West End building in 2008. And, thanks to Shave’s commitment to showcasing the art of the future, his patrons followed. First founded in 1998, Stuart Shave/Modern Art has become well-known and loved for nurturing up-and-coming artists with unique styles, many colored by bold graffiti or Gothic influences. Among the works exhibited are dynamic sculptures by David Altmejd, vivid installations by Barry McGee, otherworldly paintings by Nigel Cooke and captivatingly humanistic photographs by Collier Schorr.

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Stuart Shave/Modern Art

Originally in the vibrant East London arts district, Stuart Shave relocated his avant-garde gallery to a large, glass-fronted West End building in 2008. And, thanks to Shave’s commitment to showcasing the art of the future, his patrons followed. First founded in 1998, Stuart Shave/Modern Art has become well-known and loved for nurturing up-and-coming artists with unique styles, many colored by bold graffiti or Gothic influences. Among the works exhibited are dynamic sculptures by David Altmejd, vivid installations by Barry McGee, otherworldly paintings by Nigel Cooke and captivatingly humanistic photographs by Collier Schorr.