Loughran Gallery is a gallery with a simple ethos: to provide a welcoming environment to help you find something you love. Following residencies at Belgravia’s Motcomb Street and Cadogan Gardens in Chelsea, Loughran Gallery has earned comparisons to London’s best galleries and caught the attention of the likes of Tatler, Evening Standard, Harper’s Bazaar and Huff Post for its energetic pop-ups. Operating as a roaming gallery throughout the year, it collaborates with its collectors to help them curate and build their art collections.
It offers an unintimidating and open introduction to a defined and established rostrum of artists. These include: Charlie Barton, Chris Levine, Dale vN Marshall, Dave White, Jessica Zoob, Jonathan Yeo, Maddie Rose Hills and Piers Bourke.
Central to its vision is to show work of innovation that is beautifully executed and will have a voice in the art world in years to come. Founded on the belief that great art communicates at a frequency we, as humans, emotionally and subconsciously tune into – it doesn’t just view work through the eyes of what may feel relevant today, but is concerned with artists of longevity, who speak their own unique language and consider subject matters that will resonate in the future.
Loughran Gallery knows that access to accurate and detailed information is key, but also understands how there must be that connection between collector and artwork. With this in mind, the gallery makes every visitor’s experience one defined by approachability and friendliness – yet crucially informed by the team’s in-depth knowledge and belief that art should be collected with both mind and heart.
The breadth and depth of Loughran Gallery and its relaxed approach to art means its shows are guaranteed to be fun. Previous highlights have seen the gallery harness the energy of London by hosting pop-ups in a converted shipping container in Shoreditch, an old hat factory on Redchurch Street, a mews in Notting Hill, photographic studios in Fulham and Haggerston and an award-winning complex on the South Bank.