Poppy Sebire launched her own gallery in 2009 after four years as Co-Director at David Risley. In just three years, she’s established herself as one of London’s leading young dealers with a roster of nine critically-acclaimed artists: James Aldridge, Roger Andersson, Tom Dale, Georgie Hopton, Paul Housley, Lee Maelzer, Boo Ritson, Danny Rolph and Amy Stephens.
The gallery began life as a pop-up, transforming abandoned locations across the capital into new art spaces. In September 2010 it’s found a permanent home in a stunning, vaulted, Victorian church hall in Southwark, just south of Tate Modern and the Thames. This spectacular space saw an ambitious expansion of Poppy Sebire’s exhibition programme, with a series of group and solo shows featuring her own artists alongside emerging talent.
Over the same period, the gallery’s artists were shown at the Hayward Gallery, New Art Gallery Walsall, Manchester Art Gallery and the Southampton City Art Gallery. They won public commissions from the National Trust and exhibited internationally.
The last ever exhibition at Poppy Sebire closed on the 26th January 2013. News about her next step will be posted to this site as soon as it is confirmed. For more information about the gallery artists please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Poppy Sebire would like to thank all those who supported and followed the gallery over the years.