Alison Jacques Gallery is one of London’s leading contemporary art galleries. The gallery, established in 2004 by Alison Jacques in a small townhouse off Bond Street, London W1, relocated in 2007 to an ambitious 3,500-square-foot (330 m2) space at 16-18 Berners Street opposite the Sanderson Hotel in Fitzrovia. The new location, previously a furniture show room, was rebuilt and designed by Mike Rundell and Associates.

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