Marsden Woo Gallery has shown innovative work from internationally recognised artists and talented newcomers since its founding in 1998. Recently relocated to Belgravia, we also offer specialist services including private sales, art consultancy, off-site curation, as well as our varied exhibition programme reflecting the wide scope of our creative network.
The Directors are Tatjana Marsden, Nelson Woo and Siobhan Feeney. Alida Kuzemczak-Sayer is the Design and Digital Producer. All photography, unless otherwise attributed, is by long-term Marsden Woo collaborator Philip Sayer.
Works of art purchased from Marsden Woo Gallery feature in the following selected public collections
Victoria and Albert Museum London, UKBritish Museum London, UKNational Museum of Wales Cardiff, UKYork Art Gallery York, UKRoyal Museum of Scotland Edinburgh, UKMIMA Middlesbrough, UKBritish Council UKCrafts Council Collection UKWellcome Trust London, UKThe Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, UKChatsworth House Derbyshire, UKBrighton Museum and Galleries Brighton, UKThe Metropolitan Museum New York, USANational Gallery of Australia Canberra, AUSStedelijk Museum Amsterdam, NLMuseum Bojimans Van Beuningen Rotterdam, NL
Alongside our rolling programme of solo and small group exhibitions by gallery artists and invited guests, Marsden Woo has worked on numerous special projects and collaborations with artists, curators, collectors, writers and institutions. Selected projects include:
The Anthony Shaw Collection at York Art Gallery (2015-present)Many a Slip, group exhibition featuring 93 artists/makers at our Shoreditch premises, guest-curated by Alison Britton (2015)Marsden Woo Project Space, curated by Tessa Peters. A diverse programme of exhibitions and projects at our former Clerkenwell premises, including solo exhibitions by; Rebecca Ackroyd, Rupert Ackroyd, Stephenie Bergman, Owen Bullett, James Evans, Tom Foulsham, Renato Bezerra de Mello, Maria Militsi, Patrick Mifsud, Alida Sayer, Silo Studio, James Thompson, Jim Woodall, Carole Wyndham (2010-2014)Gordon Baldwin, Objects for a Landscape retrospective touring exhibition curated by Tatjana Marsden (2011-2013)Bryan Illsley & Christopher Reid, Baa, produced by Alida Sayer (2012)