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196A Piccadilly St., London, England W1J 9DY, United Kingdom

One of the world’s leading international galleries, Hauser & Wirth is a quiet yet commanding giant on the contemporary art scene. Originally founded in 1992, the gallery began in Zürich and quickly expanding to London and New York. The flagship London branch in Piccadilly is housed in a stately historic bank designed by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, offering an impressive space to display difficult, delightfully noncommercial masterpieces by Hauser & Wirth’s more than 30 represented artists. Previously exhibited work include pieces by legendary Louise Bourgeois, Turner Prize winner Martin Creed, Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist and provocative superstar Paul McCarthy.

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Hauser & Wirth

One of the world’s leading international galleries, Hauser & Wirth is a quiet yet commanding giant on the contemporary art scene. Originally founded in 1992, the gallery began in Zürich and quickly expanding to London and New York. The flagship London branch in Piccadilly is housed in a stately historic bank designed by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, offering an impressive space to display difficult, delightfully noncommercial masterpieces by Hauser & Wirth’s more than 30 represented artists. Previously exhibited work include pieces by legendary Louise Bourgeois, Turner Prize winner Martin Creed, Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist and provocative superstar Paul McCarthy.