Contemporary gallery Gazelli Art House supports a wide range of international artists, presenting a broad and dynamic programme to a diverse audience through global public projects and exhibition spaces in London and Baku.
Gazelli Art House was founded in 2003 in Baku, Azerbaijan where it held exhibitions with Azeri artists. Having hosted conceptually interlinked off-site exhibitions across London, founder and director of Gazelli Art House, Mila Askarova, opened a permanent space on Dover Street, London in March 2012.
The same year, the Window Project was launched utilising the frontage of the gallery as an additional display platform. In 2015, the initiative was remodelled to solely accommodate art school graduates through open call competitions three times a year.
As of 2013, Gazelli Art House started specialising in Private Sales in the secondary market, providing professional valuations for insurance, probate, trust and estates and for the current market value of single paintings or fine art collections.
In 2015, the gallery launched its Digital Art House www.gazell.io, an online residency for artists working in the digital and virtual reality realm, occasionally to crossover with an exhibition at the physical gallery space.
As part of the gallery’s on-going commitment to art education, the gallery hosts a series of events and talks to run alongside each exhibition.
In 2017 Gazelli Art House re-opened in Baku, Azerbaijan with a group show in an all new location. The inaugural exhibition of the redesigned gallery space of Gazelli Art House, Baku saw the highlights of works by gallery artists. The group show is based on the approach exhibition held at Gazelli Art House, London in 2015 celebrating its fifth year anniversary in London.