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Fountain of Youth State Park, Journey No. 1, 2012 Digital Archive Print , 48 X 70.5 Cm, 18.9 X 27.76 In
Hales Gallery
7 Bethnal Green Road
Tea Building
E1 6LA London
GB
Venue Type: Gallery
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
March 23rd - April 28th
Here Comes the Sun
Sebastiaan Bremer
UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
May 10th - June 23rd
Paintings from the 1960s
Anwar Jalal Shemza
QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Wed-Sat 11-6 or by appointment
Phone
+44 (0)20 7033 1938
Fax
+44 (0)20 7033 1939
Gallery type
Contemporary
DESCRIPTION

Hales Gallery opened in 1992 as an alternative space in Deptford, South London. From this unlikely venue, Paul Hedge and Paul Maslin successfully launched the careers of a number of emerging British artists at that time, including among many others, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Mike Nelson and Sarah Jones.

The venue's café became a social focal point for artists and created a good environment for the development and exchange of ideas. Both the gallery and café were regularly written about in the art press, national and international newspapers and attracted worldwide media attention.

In 1997 Hales became a commercial gallery and began to represent artists from international backgrounds including Hew Locke, Frank Bowling, Michael Smith, Bob and Roberta Smith and others. In 2004 Hales moved to its current new gallery space designed by architects HawkinsBrown in the Tea Building in London's East End.