Herrick Gallery was founded in a warehouse space in Shoreditch in 2012 and moved to Mayfair in 2015 to occupy a specially renovated Victorian building overlooking Green Park. Drawing inspiration from Kettle's Yard and the Artists' House at Roche Court, which successfully articulate the important relationship between art and design, the gallery is a harmonious environment for these disciplines to coexist. The gallery collaborates with established artists, designers and curators as well as discovering, nurturing and promoting emerging ones, whose work has a rigorous intellectual enquiry, dedication to their craft, sensitivity and beauty.
Director: Alice Herrick
Alice Herrick is an artist, curator and the founder and director of Herrick Gallery. She studied painting at Kingston University (BA‘92) and Chelsea School of Art (MA’93). Alongside her art practice, Alice worked as an art director/designer on films and festivals, before establishing herself as a curator for organizations including The House of Fairy Tales, Red Gallery London and the Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities. In 2012 Alice launched Herrick Gallery in Shoreditch, having separated her studio and living area to create a small but versatile exhibition space. Alice was born and lives in London.