Since its inception, Pilar Corrias Gallery has championed the work of both established and emerging international contemporary artists. It is one of only a handful of contemporary art galleries worldwide that represents more female artists than male artists. Corrias opened the gallery, a 3,800 square foot space occupying a two-storey building on Eastcastle Street in Fitzrovia, London, in 2008. The...

Since its inception, Pilar Corrias Gallery has championed the work of both established and emerging international contemporary artists. It is one of only a handful of contemporary art galleries worldwide that represents more female artists than male artists.
Corrias opened the gallery, a 3,800 square foot space occupying a two-storey building on Eastcastle Street in Fitzrovia, London, in 2008. The inaugural exhibition featured a single work by Philippe Parreno: a solitary cast-aluminium Christmas tree titled “Fraught Times: For Eleven Months of the Year It’s an Artwork and in December It’s Christmas (October), 2008.” The show was included in Artforum’s best exhibitions of 2008.
A number of the artists discovered by Corrias had their first UK solo show at the gallery, including Ian Cheng, Helen Johnson, Tala Madani, Mary Reid Kelley, Christina Quarles, Rachel Rose, and Tschabalala Self, all of whom have subsequently achieved international acclaim.


Current Exhibition

Koo Jeong A: Watercolours

End Date: 14/09/2020

Koo Jeong A's series of watercolour paintings of rock formations were inspired by her exhibition Consciousness Dilatation, which was commissioned for the Real DMZ Project in 2013, a contemporary art project based in the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North and South Korea. Consciousness Dilatation was comprised of an installation of basalt rocks of varying sizes, which Koo had collected together…
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Past Exhibitions