Informality is a contemporary art gallery which opened in 2019 in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. The gallery holds a programme showcasing International contemporary artists' through solo and group presentations that explores topics of the environment and co-existence. The programme encourages its artists to use exploratory practices that reinvent traditional mediums.Read More
Informality enhances its exhibition programme with accompanying talks and lectures. These are tailored to aid emerging collectors in researching artists and understanding the art market.
Informality beyond the white cube
Outside of the gallery’s own walls, Informality has committed to site-specific collaborations. In late 2019 Informality collaborated with Jamie North and Pi Artworks to bring the artists first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom, Inflection (11–17 November 2019, Pi Artworks), to Central London’s Fitzrovia district. The bustling metropolis provided a poignant location for a show exploring the current climate crisis and the fragility of human cities in the face of nature.
In 2020, Informality collaborated with the Sidney Nolan Trust to exhibit works of gallery artist, Anthony White in Anthony White at The Rodd (21 May - 25th June 2020). White’s work was displayed digitally throughout The Rodd, a 17th-century property and outbuildings in Presteigne, Wales where renowned Australian artist, Sidney Nolan resided for 10 years. The project supported Anthony White’s award of the Creative Arts Fellowship which was postponed due to Covid 19 and international travel restrictions.