Shepherd Market is a charming small square and piazza with a variety of boutique shops, restaurants and impressive Victorian pubs. This unique little enclave is tucked away between Picadilly and Curzon Street, in the heart of London's Mayfair. A hidden gem known for its wonderful relaxed village-like atmosphere.
✯ January 2016 ✯
HIGNELL GALLERY OPENING
New Modern and Contemporary Art Space launches in Shepherd Market
The gallery focuses on artists at the forefront of Modern and Contemporary sculpture with a calendar of exhibitions and events scheduled for 2016 and beyond. Its opening exhibition showcases a selection of the twentieth century greats of Modern British sculpture in line with this burgeoning sector of the art market, including works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Lynn Chadwick. The launch show will also include works by the next generation of sculptors with Hignell’s stable of living artists including Peter Randall-Page, Sophie Ryder, Johannes von Stumm and Nicole Farhi.
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Just a five minute walk from Green Park underground station, Shepherd Market is a convenient escape from the usual hustle and bustle of Central London. The mixture of lovely little boutique shops, relaxing cafés and traditional pubs is a refreshing change from nearby Piccadilly or Oxford Street.