3 Exciting Exhibitions Under One Roof – Andy Warhol, James McQueen, and Dominic Harris

Did you know that there is an art gallery in London which showcases emerging contemporary and established artists, such as Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol, and Dominic Harris – just to name a few – for FREE without booking?


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Halcyon Gallery

144-146 New Bond St, London W1S 2PF


Halcyon Gallery was established in 1982 and has two locations in London: Bond Street and in Harrods, Knightsbridge.

Over the 40 years of operating, Halcyon Gallery has worked together with emerging and established artists with exceptional skills and creativity, including Andy Warhol, James McQueen, and Bob Dylan.


The exhibitions at Halcyon Gallery are open to the public and free to visit. No booking required.


Current Exhibitions: Andy Warhol, James McQueen, and Dominic Harris


At the moment three exhibitions are running within their Bond Street building until 20th April.


James McQueen Exhibition at Halcyon Gallery

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“YOU DON’T KNOW THE HALF OF IT” is the British artist, JAMES MCQUEEN’s first exhibition at the gallery. McQueen’s art is known for using book templates, typography, and pop art to create playful, sometimes provocative, and cynical artworks.

His art is made by multilayer technique in order to create book covers not as they were first published, but as they are today: used, faded, and stained to represent the history and the journey of an artwork highlighting that every artwork has its own story.

To create this effect, McQueen uses spray paint, stencil, and vibrant colour palette, as well as his trademark monkey design.


James McQueen’s exhibition is on the ground floor of the gallery.


Andy Warhol Exhibition at Halcyon Gallery

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The American filmmaker and artist, ANDY WARHOL is considered the most influential contemporary artist in the 20th century and not just because his famous multiple-image celebrity portraits.

Warhol was at the forefront of the visual arts of the post-war America. His diverse artworks included painting, sculpture, screen printing, collage and more. He worked with the most famous brands and celebrities and his influence is still with us in the 21st century.


The Andy Warhol exhibition is in the basement of the gallery.


Dominic Harris Digital Art Exhibition at Halcyon Gallery

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DOMINIC HARRIS is a British contemporary digital artist who focuses on nature and natural phenomenon. Interactivity is a key element of his artworks. His digital artworks are created with layers of digital paint. Harris hand-paints his artworks on a tablet to build up unique colours and textures.

Harris’ works being displayed in Halcyon Gallery are inspired by various things, such as Ernest Shackleton’s expedition to the Antarctic, the cycle of human life, butterflies, and the untouched nature.


Dominic Harris’ exhibition can be found on the half floor of the gallery.



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