London is home to many art galleries, including may galleries that focus specifically on street art. Here are some of our favorite ones.Less
A safe haven for London's independent artists, the gallery started as a space for artist Pure Evil (Charles Uzzell Edwards) to show of his work, growing out to become a neighbourhood staple.
The Ben Oakley Gallery, located just off Greenwich Market, shows off an ever-changing selection of urban art from contemporary artists.
Located on Columbia Road, famous for its Sunday flower market, Nelly Duff takes its name from the Cockney rhyming slang phrase for 'life'. It sells a wide variety of prints and visual art.
This space in the heart of Dalston was set up to support both emerging and established artists and allow the gallery to be a place to create as well as to exhibit.
Founded in 2008, Jealous is a fine art print studio, contemporary gallery and print publisher with spaces in East London's creative hub of Shoreditch, Crouch End and Tottenham.
Located at the end of Brick Lane, StolenSpace has been exhibiting street art and other contemporary and underground art forms for more than 15 years.