The Aram Gallery is an independently curated space that encourages and promotes understanding of contemporary design. We do this by exhibiting the work of designers in their early careers.
The Aram Gallery is one of the leading contemporary design galleries in London, and sits on the third floor of Aram Store in Covent Garden.
We open five new shows per year addressing topics within contemporary design. Exhibits range from furniture to product to jewellery to graphics and fashion. Our diverse exhibitions include solo and group shows, with a thematic, material or process led focus. Exhibitors are both established and emerging and are selected because of their experimental design thinking.
The gallery was established in 2002 by founding curator Daniel Charny and director Zeev Aram. Since then it has built up a strong presence and achieves increasing international attention. Until 2015, the gallery was curated by Héloïse Parke. Riya Patel was the curator until March 2020, when the gallery took a hiatus due to the Covid pandemic, and now performs the role on a freelance basis.
The main objective of the gallery is to provide a space where people can 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, director.
The Aram Gallery is a non-commercial space.
Aram Store, London
As shot by Amandine Alessandra during our 50th Anniversary Year.