Contemporary art gallery Gazelli Art House supports and presents a wide range of international artists, presenting a broad and critically acclaimed program of exhibitions to a diverse audience through international exhibition spaces in London and Baku. Gazelli Art House was founded in 2003 in Baku, Azerbaijan where it held exhibitions with Azeri artists. After hosting conceptually interlinked off-site exhibitions across London, founder and Director of Gazelli Art House, Mila Askarova, opened a permanent space on Dover Street, London in March 2012. As part of Gazelli Art House’s on-going commitment to art education, the gallery hosts a series of events and talks to run alongside each exhibition.
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The Gazelli Art House gallery has launched an online exhibition spotlighting the pioneering work of two iconic Soviet-Azeri avant-garde artists. The London-based art gallery, which also has a branch
The most attractive show I’ve seen recently at one of these is at the Gazelli Art House in Dover Street, (Top Photo) which is a handsome gallery on two floors, with its ownership rooted (of all places
Throughout the show Ostrer collages and layers both sculptural and photographic elements together to create disrupted and often disturbing images. Within the vast footwear installation is his most rec
It’s a chilly morning in Oxford when I meet with Saad Qureshi at OVADA (the Oxford Visual Arts Development Agency), a reconverted warehouse now home to five artist’s studios. Built in 1929 as the Skin
Aidan Salakhova's The Last Supper demonstrates the artist's intricate and highly developed process using Carrara marble. Screened at Gazelli Art House, London as part of the exhibition The Dust Became the Breath running 29 April–6 June 2021.
Najafov originally trained as a soldier, as well as a professional sportsman – coaching hand-to-hand combat. Inspired by other self-taught artists such as Paul Gauguin and Francis Bacon, it was only
'I started the residency responding to the studio space with its abandoned junk, which I was told I could make use of. I saw it as 'lovingly stored' for potential use. It felt sad that it would be thr