Zero10 was borne out of a desire to showcase contemporary artists in a more intimate space than the standard clinical white walled gallery. The inspiration behind the name for the gallery was derived from a highly memorable exhibition of early 20th century artist, Kazimir Malevich at the last Futurist exhibition '0,10' where Malevich showed for the first time his famed work - Black Square (now at the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow).
The ethos of Zero10 is to provide an open and accessible platform for both artist and collector and this will be maintained throughout the gallery's exhibition programme. Exhibitions will include collaborations with established and emerging curators, group shows and solo shows for a small selection of artists.
Zero10 will be presenting some of the most exciting work from the artists with whom we have relationships. Artists who have an increasing presence at international fairs, as well as in exhibitions, institutions and private collections around the world and who have gained recognition and publication in the international art press.