Pippy Houldsworth

Venue  |  Exhibitions
© Pippy Houldsworth
Somewhere Special, 2001 Performance/Inflatable/C Type Print
Limbo-Land, installation view, Pippy Houldsworth, 2007 Inflatable Moon, Nylon, Fan, Pump, Dvd 220 Cm Diameter
Untitled, 2010 Mixed Media On Paper 112 X 152.4 Cm
S0 --> S1 + hv, 2008 Mdf, Wood, Metal, Paint, Flock, Styrofoam, Steel, Glue, Polyurethane 60 X 39 X 39 In
Itchy Backs, 2009 Pencil And Watercolour On Paper 60 X 42 Cm
Pippy Houldsworth
50 Pall Mall Deposit
124-128 Barlby Road
London W10 6BL
United Kingdom
Venue Type: Gallery
Open hours
Tuesday-Friday 10-6, Saturday 10.30-1.00
+44 (0)20 8741 7258
+44 (0)20 8741 5520

Pippy Houldsworth Gallery shows an enduring passion for the promotion of emerging and mid-career artists making work of serious critical interest, and is known and respected for bringing new names to the fore. The gallery focuses on its close relationships with museum directors and international curators.

Pippy Houldsworth, Director
After working at Waddington Galleries and the New Art Centre, Pippy represented artists from her flat and then a warehouse space for ten years before opening in the West End in 1999. She was one of the first dealers to sell a number of works of a young artist to Charles Saatchi at the end of the 80s. She studied art history at Oxford Brookes University and the Sorbonne, Paris. She served three years on the Executive Committee of the Society of London Art Dealers, as well as two sub-committees for the society, and served on the Sub-Acquisitions Committee at the Tate from 1995 to 1997.

Hannah Dewar, Assistant to Director
Hannah earned a first class BA in 2008 from the University of Durham, and spent a sabbatical year at Christie’s Education in Paris. She gained an MA in Art History from University College London in 2009. Hannah is responsible for liaising with artists and collectors, dealing with the press and publicity as well as being the main point of contact with museums, public institutions and curators. Hannah also plays an important role in developing curatorial strategies for the exposure and promotion of artists.

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