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Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, London, Gallery DIFFERENT presents contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography and mixed media from BRITISH and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS. As well as presenting a dynamic schedule of exhibitions and events, DIFFERENT collaborates with other galleries worldwide to promote and curate exhibitions for its artists.

Events at Gallery Different

Peter Howarth with special guest Ian Parker 13th Dec 2017, 7:00 pm to 10:30pm Peter Howarth with special guest Ian Parker

PETER HOWARTH Plays Live at Gallery Different

with Special Guest IAN PARKER

A welcome return to the gallery for HOLLIES lead singer PETER HOWARTH who will be entertaining with an accoustic performance of some classic hits (He Aint Heavy, The Air that I Breathe, Carrie, Pretty Woman) as well as some of his own compositions from his album, Evermore.  Star of the Roy Orbison Story in the West End and long time guitarist and vocalist with Sir Cliff Richard, join us to hear his amazing vocals and wonderful accoustic arrangements of some familiar songs.

He will be joined by his special guest IAN PARKER who launched his own album PACIFICA at the gallery in 2015 to great acclaim

Fellow Hollies band member Ian Parker is a composer/producer/keyboardist/vocalist and DJ.  A graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, he has been a member of the Hollies and Clannad for many years and has performed with Elkie Brooks, Joan Armatrading, The Three Degrees, Chuck Berry and the Tom Robinson band to name but a few.  He will perform tracks from his scifi chillhouse album Pacifica and tracks from Count the Waves, Clannad, Tom Robinson.

This gig is part of the Gallery's ART & MUSIC series, and your ticket gives you access to two outstanding Solo Exhibitions featuring the work of celebrated vinyl and mixed media artist KEITH HAYNES and the fascinating book sculpture and installations of LAURA BEAUMONT.


is the umberella title for our two shows which shows how these talented artists are able to take two of our best loved possessions - vinyl records and books - and transform them into sought after works of art.


features new work by Keith Haynes including a vinyl map of Manhattan and a series of new neon works.

Love is the Drug, vinyl records and neon, Keith Haynes


features new books with their subversive, witty , charming yet challenging subects.  There will also be a launch of a series of prints which are avaialble for pre-order as well as a stunning installation - the characters in her books have escaped their confines and are at large in the lower gallery!

The Observer's Book of Dogs, mixed media book sculpture, Laura Beaumont

                                                Exhibition Dates - 10th - 29th October 2017


Useful Information

Doors will open at 7pm and the performance will commence at 7.30pm.  There will be a cash bar serving a range of wines, beers and soft drinks with table service.  Bar snacks will be available.  Seating is cabaret style on a first come first served basis.  There is limited cloakroom facilities so please avoid bringing large bags.

Nearest underground stations are Tottenham Court Road on the northern and central lines, Goodge Street on the Northern Line and Warren Street and Oxford Circus on the Victoria Line.  There are also numerous buses which stop on Tottenham Court Road close to Percy Street.  There is on street parking which is free after 6.30pm.




For all of those we met at the Henley Festival this year - we hope that you enjoyed the stunning Sculpture Showcase.  A big thank you to all of the artists.

The exhibition was under the 'banner' of our corporate art consultancy - VEDO.

VEDO is the collaboration between Gallery Different and Vitruvian Art Consultancy to provide bespoke art solutions both for corporate and private clients.

Exclusively sculpture - the stand boasted some exceptional and critically acclaimed sculptors.




Paul Day, now a household name for his public sculpture, displayed a range of outdoor and indoor works, including the maquette for the Meeting Place - the monumental sculpture that is the centrepiece at St Pancras International Station.  Also on show were two of his friezes demonstrating the way in which his work plays with perspective.

Large outdoor sculptures dominated the sculpture lawns at the entrance to the Festival.


Simon Gudgeon, also working in bronze, exhibited a series of his Ballerinas at the Festival.  These elegant and graceful figures are balanced on spheres and circles and reference the era of art deco.  On the sculpture Lawns the mesmerising 'Leaf Spirit' gazed out onto the Grandstand and Floating Stage, surrounded by Jasmine and Hydrangeas, with the town of Henley-on-Thames in the background. 


Mel Fraser is a stone sculptor of immense talent and the work on show demonstrated her versatility.  She is able to work in large scale and we are exhibted The Three Graces from beautiful Kilkenny Limestone, on the sculpture Lawn .  The honey alabaster Angel Wings challenge what is possible - carved to a depth that creates transparency and draws out the beauty of the stone.  Her ability to move from the abstract to the figurative is evident in Embrace - the only Mel Fraser bronze on the stand.  The original piece carved out of one block of stone, the patinated bronze is a great opportunity to acquire a beautiful piece and complex piece. 


The glass sculpture of Richard Jackson and Sally Fawkes gives a range of pieces from irresistible Notational Movements - small and affordable etched glass sculptures with mirrored bases which have developed from their commissioned work for Salisbury Cathedral, to large outdoor works that show interplay between the sculpture and its environment and which totally exploit the changing light conditions.


Kinetic sculpture can be a great way to bring movement into an outdoor space.  Vanes by Ivan Black is a triptych of kinetic sculptures that move with the least breath of wind.  the combination of circles, squares and stars with each element moving randomly in multiple directions gives a constantly changing view.  


Philip Hearsey's work is a celebration of bronze.  Its surface and the myriad finishes and patinations give him a rich source of inspiration.  The sculptures have an organic quality with shapes and form that is clearly inspired by the natural world.  


Johannes Von Stumm, known for the almost impossible marrying of stone, bronze and glass, has also produced a larger edition series of blown glass pieces.  The seasons are reflected in these pieces which give an entry level to collecting this sought after sculptor.

All of the sculptors featured relish commissions.  The commissioning process can give an exciting insight into the practice and process and enable the client to participate in the development of the final piece.  We have decades of experience in working with artists on site specific works and can advise and assist from first idea to final installation.  

If you are interested in finding out more about any of the artists featured or would be interested in commissioning an artwork, please contact us.




'LONDON - The Greatest City on Earth'

A group exhibition which opens to the public on 18th July 2017

At a time when London and Londoners have experienced huge difficulties, this exhibition aims to celebrate the great qualities of our vibrant cosmopolitan capital city and its global influence

There will be a series of live performances and events throughout the summer - look out for information here and in our newsletters.

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Image: Hope, Oil on canvas, Mick Dean



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