Contemporary art gallery in Shoreditch, Bricklane

Main floor, basement floor and backyard.

Greater London, United Kingdom


Entire store · Ideal for Concept Shop, Sale, Promotion, Event · Space size 527 sq ft


Pricing

Daily GBP 432.00
Weekly GBP 1,980.00
Monthly GBP 4,560.00

Dates

Minimum rental: 1 day
Maximum rental: 30 days
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  • How bookings work

  • Send a booking request and deposit the rent
  • Clarify details with the space owner
  • The space owner accepts/declines your booking request
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About this space

Secret Art is proud to present the Secret Art Gallery exhibition space, Brick Lane, London.
Contemporary art gallery focused on contemporary art and street art.

The gallery space of about 50 sqm is distributed on 2 floors, ground floor 22 sqm and basement 27 sqm and a backyard of about 15 sqm for open-air events during the summer season.
Wooden floors, LED spotlights.

The gallery is located on the south side of Cheshire Street, near the junction with Brick Lane, at the northern end of Shoreditch, in the heart of the famous Brick Lane Sunday market.

Local retailers nearby include Taylor Taylor, Labour and Wait, Ella Doran, House of Vintage and Beyond Retro.

The area is easily accessible from Liverpool Street Station and just a few minutes walk from Shoreditch High Street and the new East London Underground Station.

Brick Lane is a popular and touristy neighbourhood in East London. The whole district looks like an open-air contemporary art gallery, the walls of the district are home to the most interesting street artworks of London's most interesting artists and also some works by the famous Bansky.
The area is famous for young tourists from all over the world interested in art, music and fashion. Also Brick Lane is the home of the famous British record label Rough Trade Records, founded in 1976, which has produced artists such as The Smiths, Scritti Politti, The Strokes, Antony and the Johnsons, The Libertines.


Space features

  • Indoor
  • Outdoor
  • Lighting
  • Electricity
  • Bathrooms


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House rules

Opening hours for the event:
12 am 10.30 pm

The gallery premises are available for private events and exhibitions. Possibility of renting only part of the premises and possibility of exhibitions with rental of the walls.

The gallery undertakes to hand over clean common areas and toilets, which must be returned clean in the same way as they were found.

A security deposit is required to cover possible damages, which must be paid to the Gallery before the occupation of the premises and will be returned to the client at the end of the event after checking the premises and the material provided.
For any damage to the premises or to the equipment and materials or the works exhibited in the gallery, an amount of compensation will be charged, which will be deducted from the deposit.

If the damage exceeds the amount of the deposit, the client must pay the gallery the agreed amount of compensation on return of the premises.

Throughout the entire period of stay in the spaces of the Gallery, the client, his staff and the guests must behave in a proper and rigorous manner, respecting the image of the Gallery and the neighbourhood.

Should the event or the guests behave in a noisy or disrespectful manner and should the requests and remarks not be respected, the event will be immediately asked to be suspended and the guests removed, without compensation of the amount paid.

The requested period of occupation of the premises must also include the time for setting up and dismantling, in which the customer will be responsible for any agreed arrangements.

When using the toilets, the rule of not throwing paper or anything else down the toilet drain must be observed. Any damage to the pipes must be compensated.