The Atlas, London
ATLAS Gallery was founded in 1994 by Director and Owner Ben Burdett.Plan to see The Atlas and other attractions that appeal to you using our London route builder site .
Originally located in the Hoxton neighbourhood of London during the late 1990’s, the gallery became a well-known exhibition space in the heart of London’s new and vibrant contemporary art scene. In 2001 ATLAS moved to its present location in the centre of London and has, over the last decade, become one of the foremost galleries in London dealing exclusively in fine art photography.
ATLAS Gallery hosts approximately six exhibitions per year. The gallery specialises primarily in classic and modern 20th Century vintage photography, photojournalism and fashion photography, in addition to representing work by a number of important contemporary photographers. In 2005 ATLAS became the official gallery agent of Magnum Photos in the United Kingdom. In June 2012 ATLAS Gallery will launch ATLAS Contemporary, introducing an exclusive group of extraordinary young to mid-career contemporary artists to the London art scene.
The gallery is both active in encouraging work by young artists and photographers and assisting collectors to come into closer contact with these works. The gallery works closely with private clients and corporate collections to assemble important and unique art collections, as well as being actively involved in the acquisition of exceptional modern and contemporary works by many museums and public collections worldwide.
ATLAS has a small amount of material represented on our website to view: www.atlasgallery.com
There is no admission fee to ATLAS Gallery. We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery.
Ben Burdett: Owner / Director
Jim Edwards: Gallery Manager
The Atlas Reviews
We were staying at the Holiday Inn Express in Earls Court and found this local pub one night. It is a rather small, cozy local pub. It is a block off the main road so it seemed more for local folks th... more »
We were staying in a hotel round the corner and came here for something to eat, it’s a busy little place. Good friendly staff, great wine and the food was excellent. I had pumpkin ravioli and my frien... more »
Fantastic food, much better than most pub food you will find. I highly reccomend booking a table if you do go as it can get very busy. It seems lots of companies go here for post work drinks so from 5pm-8pm it can be very crowded.
Bit of a hidden gem, nice range of beers on offer and good quality food. Proper classic English pub with a real fire! Much better than eating at the nearby hotel.
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