GV Art London is a contemporary gallery, which aims to explore and acknowledge the inter-relationship between art and science.
GV Art began in 2005 by attending art fairs in Europe and the US and exhibiting in a wide range of temporary spaces in London. The current Chiltern Street space opened in 2008 with Andrew Krasnow’s Of the Flesh installation and holds the first Human Tissue Authority licence for Public Display in a private gallery setting.
GV Art is increasingly recognised as a hub for accessible art and science collaborations (see Sense of Taste) and in Chemistry World, October 2011, writer Philip Ball refers to GV Art as ‘fast becoming a central venue for the meeting of art and science’.
Exhibitions like Brainstorm in December 2010, Exploring Science Through Art and, Trauma, Art and Science, Merging Art and Science to Make a Revolutionary New Art Movement and currently Polymath are just a few examples that have established GV Art as a leader in multidisciplinary approaches in contemporary art.
The gallery produces exhibitions and events, including Bioethics and Art & Alzheimer’s, that create a dialogue focused on the overlaps in technological, creative and medical advances, paving the way for new aesthetic sensibilities and communicating biomedical science to a wider audience through art.
GV Art collaborates with a wide range of partners.