Vigo represents emerging and established international artists, curating shows in both the public and private arenas as well as placing numerous historic and contemporary works into the collections of prominent museums and Foundations including TATE Modern, The British Museum, MoMA, The Ashmolean Museum, Sharjah Art Foundation, The Arts Council, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi and The Metropolitan Museum. Exhibitions have been organised with institutions ranging from Somerset House, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, San Francisco City Hall, The Prince Claus Fund, and City of Prague Gallery, to Hastings Contemporary, the Smithson Plaza and Wellington Arch.
In addition to our contemporary focus and primary program, the gallery also shines light on historically significant yet often undervalued artists with strong museum and curatorial followings. We have a developed long term interest in the African diaspora and African American artists although our program is truly international working with artists and estates from Belgium, Russia, America, Australia and Japan alongside our British contingent. Notable exhibitions are listed on our website and include: Bram Bogart, Derrick Adams, Leonardo Drew, Ibrahim El Salahi, Jordy Kerwick, Henrik Godsk, Raven Halfmoon, Boyle Family, Marcus Harvey, Gavin Turk, Masaaki Yamada, Kadar Brock, Nika Neelova, Oliver Marsden, Johnny Abrahams Salah Elmur and Daniel Crews-Chubb.
We try to think laterally to develop opportunity and exposure for our artists and to make collecting a rewarding and exciting experience for our clients. An open and friendly gallery, we value ongoing relationships and welcome new clients. 
  • Vigo Gallery, Mason's Yard

    7 - 8 Mason's Yard

    London, United Kingdom

    SW1Y 6BU


    Monday - Friday: 10am - 6pm

    Saturday: by appointment

  • Wellington Arch

    Set in the heart of royal London, Wellington Arch was built as an original entrance to Buckingham Palace, later becoming a victory arch proclaiming Wellington's defeat of Napoleon. Crowned by the largest bronze sculpture in Europe, it depicts the Angel of Peace descending on the 'Quadriga' - or four-horsed chariot - of War.  


    Vigo Gallery has an ongoing partnership with Wellington Arch, curating an ongoing programme of exhibitions being held across its top two floors. The collaboration allows for leading contemporary artists to engage with the architecture and history of the Arch.


    Wellington Arch

    Apsley Way

    London, United Kingdom

    W1J 7JZ


    Wednesday - Sunday: 10am - 5pm

    Last entry: 4.30pm