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. 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

 photo: John Claridge

photo: John Claridge

Alice Herrick is an artist, curator and the founding director of Herrick Gallery. She was born and lives in London and studied painting at Kingston University and Chelsea School of Art. Alice worked as an art director and production designer in the film industry for ten years, before establishing herself as a freelance curator of exhibitions and live art events. In 2012 Alice launched Herrick Gallery. In 2017 she was a judge for the Contemporary British Painting Prize and in 2018 will be a judge for the British Women Artists' Prize. Alice has always been a practising artist and her keen eye and curiosity is the key to the creative development of the gallery.



ART & TEA (Alice Herrick studio visits) 
(interview with Alice Herrick)       
FRESH PAINT (interview with Alice Herrick)  
WHAT'S IN YOUR BEDROOM (interview with Alice Herrick) 



Herrick Gallery   
93 Piccadilly  
London W1J 7NQ  

Alice Herrick