APART is an international pop up gallery specialising in Contemporary Pop Art from around the world.

Our first venue was at 138 Portobello Road 15 years ago. This year we are celebrating our birthday back in Notting Hill at 1 Lonsdale Road, just off Westbourne Grove. 

Artists showing with us –

Finn Stone
Ryan Hadley
Andy Bridge
Sean Alexander….and many more

Duration 03 August 2015 - 25 December 2015
Times Mon - Sat 11.00am - 7.00pm Sun - 12.00pm - 6pm
Cost Free
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