IAP Fine Art is an established contemporary fine art gallery selling works by leading names in 20th century and contemporary art to private collectors, to corporate collections and to museums.
One of the first galleries to open in the East End of London, IAP Fine Art was founded in Bethnal Green in 1994 by arts writer, curator and gallery director David Tregunna. From 2010, as the gallery grew in size and reach, it relocated from Bethnal Green to Chelsea, then to St James’s. In 2016, we moved our base to Monmouth in the beautiful Wye Valley, however we also have a viewing and events space in Spitalfields, London E1.
We have worked with many museums and public spaces, including the Chisenhale Gallery, Ferens Gallery and the British Museum. Recently IAP Fine Art organised and curated ‘Incarnation, Mary and Women from the Bible’, Chris Gollon’s national touring exhibition to English cathedrals (2013 - 2016).
We were subsequently invited to curate the first museum retrospective of Gollon's music-related works ‘CHRIS GOLLON: Beyond the Horizon’ at the Huddersfield Art Gallery (2019 - 2020), co-publishing the exhibition catalogue and working with leading writers and musicians, including Thurston Moore, Eleanor McEvoy, Tamsin Pickeral and Nick Soulsby. For the museum retrospective we made a special recording with Eleanor McEvoy, and a film installation with the Sleaford Mods, using Gollon’s imagery.
We exclusively represent the estate of Chris Gollon (1953 - 2017), who we have had the pleasure of working with and exhibiting since 1994. From 1998 we have published prints with Maggi Hambling and also hold her original paintings. In addition we have works by other established names such as David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin and Barbara Rae. Recently we have also enjoyed working with three contemporary talents: printmaker Julian Penberthy, master jeweller Paul Hatton and the very innovative designer maker Possible Mirror.
We continue to organise and co-curate exhibitions and events in our own viewing spaces, in British cathedrals and in national museums. We are currently helping a television production company make a documentary on Chris Gollon, and using his imagery we are also making a short film with Eleanor McEvoy. If you would like to be informed of our events, exhibitions and new works in the gallery or from the Gollon estate, please subscribe to our newsletter using the button below.