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The Aram Gallery was founded by Zeev Aram in 2002 as an independently curated gallery that encouraged and promoted experimental and new design. 

From its start until the covid pandemic the gallery held four or five new shows per year, addressing experimental design within the realms of furniture, product, jewellery, graphics and fashion. The diverse exhibitions included solo and group shows, with thematic, material or process led focus. Exhibitors were both established and emerging and were selected because of their experimental design thinking.

The main objective of the gallery has always been to provide a space where people could discover new ideas and be inspired.  “The doors are open and we welcome everybody who is interested in design to come and have a look.” - Zeev Aram.

After being established by Zeev Aram and founding curator Daniel Charny, The Aram Gallery built up a strong presence and achieved international attention. Until 2015, the gallery was curated by Héloïse Parke. Then, Riya Patel was the curator until March 2020, when the gallery had to close due to the covid pandemic.

While a few shows have been held since the end of the covid pandemic, the passing away of Zeev Aram in 2021 led to a relative hiatus in activities. Now, however, the gallery is up and running again in a new location on the lower ground floor at Aram’s 110 Drury Lane home, and with an updated focus.


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Aram, London

Photograph by Ellen Christina Hancock 

"The Aram Gallery is fast becoming the go-to London gallery to see intelligent and thought-provoking design exhibitions ..."


Kate West, London Art File


"This is engrossing viewing for all design buffs — and essential for students/aspiring designers."


Barbara Chandler, Evening Standard

"The Aram Gallery has a great selection of stimulating exhibitions that bring cutting-edge design to the fore throughout the year."

Jim Biddulph, Material Lab

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