Monday, 28 November 2011

Amy Winehouse's dress on auction at La Galleria Pall Mall

29 November  at 2pm will go on Auction at La Galleria Amy Winehouse's dress from the album Back to Black .
Today father Mitchell Winehouse was photographed looking sad beside his daughter's dress. Amy died of an overdose of alcohol.

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Sarbani Sen at La Galleria Pall Mall

Exhibition of oil Paintings by Sarbani Sen at La Galleria Pall Mall,
London from Nov 30 - Dec 6, 2011

Indian artist Sarbani Sen is back for her 5th solo exhibition in London
Sarbani’s work is about nature and man’s relationship with his environment. A  compulsive traveller, a brilliant scholar, an ardent nature lover, that she has the stance of a romantic there is no doubt. She blends classic romanticism with mathematical precision to create a perfect balance of beauty and tranquility.Landscape for her is a subjective reality, an atonement, where the beholder and beholden become one. Nothing is allowed to intrude in this space, not even the artist’s own presence.

The desert paintings are a somewhat different story. The unyielding near empty land, the relentless sun, the harsh wind, the figures as if seen through upward moving hot air, sometimes bordering on surrealism – here the story is of struggle and compromise of life and living with and against nature. A recurrent theme of water pots run through the canvasses. To the artist each woman carrying a pot of water to her desert home is Laxmi, Goddess of Grace bringing home the elixir of everlasting life.

About the Artist
Sarbani has always had a great urge to explore the unknown, to go beyond the horizon, beyond the next mountain range, to see outside a closed gate and inside the covers of an unread volume. Along with her curriculum in the university, she had read extensively on art and gained an in-depth knowledge of classical and contemporary art in India, Europe and  Japan. So, when she gave up a career  in mathematics and started sketching and painting whole heartedly she was armed with an intensive knowledge of the theoretical side of painting and her mind was completely in tune with the sights and sounds around her.
From 1974 she started painting seriously, her subject remaining nature and man’s relationship with nature. In early eighties, in Bombay, she came under the guidance of late Prof. N. S. Bendre of J.J.School of Arts, Mumbai, one of the great painters in India. From him she learnt the value of following her own instincts over being academic. She said of these years to Economic Times, “… I have spent more time with canvases that I imagined I would be painting than doing the actual painting. My mind has sped, leaving the brush to plod behind. Vision and imagery crowded my eyes but they eluded the hand… ”. While her vision is definitely that of a romantic, nothing diluted the rigours of intellectual scrutiny.

Her work varies from realistic to stylised semi abstraction.
Sarbani started to show her paintings in exhibitions from 1981. She has had twenty five solo exhibitions of her paintings in galleries in Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta and London, including three in  London.

Saturday, 24 September 2011

Showing at the ROA Gallery from Oct 2 Celine Teague

Wool Modern at La Galleria and ROA Gallery in Pall Mall open 10-6 daily till Sept 28th

At La Galleria and ROA Galleries in Pall Mall
The campaign aims to raise the profile of wool as a versatile, natural fibre and help revive British sheep farming. The exhibition focuses on the modern, innovative and avant garde use of wool throughout the creative industries and features the best of wool in carpets, insulation and fashion, with items from Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood and Paul Smith amongst others. 
The exhibition is set to break the traditional perceptions of wool fibre and create a new platform for wool in the 21st century.
Prince Charles says: "When we first discussed this campaign, it appeared that wool had been forgotten. It was being ignored in favour of fabrics made from non-renewable fossil fuels. Wool leaves a lighter footprint on the planet compared to man-made products and when you consider how long it lasts, it represents fantastic value."

Wednesday, 7 September 2011

- Wool Modern at La Galleria Pall Mall

Charles and Camilla open wool show
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have opened a new exhibition to showcase wool pieces from some of the world's top designers.
The Wool Modern exhibition at La Galleria on Pall Mall in central London is the highlight of this year's Wool Week, which is part of the Campaign for Wool launched by Charles in 2010.
Camilla wore a woollen dress designed by Anna Valentine and actor Colin Firth and his wife, Livia Firth, turned out to show their support.
The campaign aims to raise the profile of wool as a versatile, natural fibre and help revive British sheep farming.
Renowned figures from the fashion and design industries were invited to the exhibition to view the best of wool in carpets, insulation products and fashion pieces.
Items from designers Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood took centre stage.
Charles said: "When you start something like this you wonder if anyone is going to respond at all, so the fact that there has been such a positive response is enormously encouraging.
"When we launched the campaign for wool it was in an unbelievably cold barn in January. It did actually require a great deal of wool to survive.
"When we first discussed this campaign it appeared that wool had been forgotten. It was being ignored in favour of fabrics made from non-renewable fossil fuels.
"Wool leaves a lighter footprint on the planet compared to man-made products and when you consider how long it lasts it represents fantastic value."

Saturday, 3 September 2011

AUTO LEGENDS - Chelsea tomorrow 4th September 2011

 Come to visit us at the La Galleria Stand tomorrow  4th September for the Klaus Wagger Vintage Automobil
paintings . meet the artist.
The show opens in the Chelsea Hospital at 10am-4.30 pm dont miss it.

Saturday, 6 August 2011

Spirit Of Art Summer Exhibition at la Galleria Pall Mall August 17th- 27th

"Spirit of art" Summer
Following the great success of "Spirit of Art" 2011 exhibition we will open another international art exhibition this summer. It will take place at La Gallery Pall Mall Gallery. This international visual art exhibition will be opened on August 17th -27.08.2011. The exhibition is curate and organized by the international art curator and artist, Mrs. Zina Bercovici.
About 30 artists from 14 countries: Austria, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Korea, Israel, Italy, Pakistan, Rumania, Russia, Spain, The Netherlands, Turkey, and USA sent their finest art paintings, digital printing, pencil arts-works and sculptures to the exhibition. The names of the artists are:
Loriano Aiazzi,Katrin Alvarez,Matt Anzak ,Edna Benes,Zina Bercovici,Melis Cankara,Esma Civcir,Baruch Elron,Marlen Ferrer,Elir Haydaroglu,Bat-Ami Helerman,Chansoo Hwang,Fusun Kavalci,Adjani Okpu Klinsmann,Tatyana Levi,Ariela Manor,Inge Maux,Sonia Natra,Ayessha Quraishi,Peter Rademacher,Matti Sirvio,Anga Sterrenberg,Irina Teremoskaya,Ayan Tomak,Gaby Tzur,Filiz Ural, Marianne Van Der Meer,Paul Ygartua,Elisheva Zabar,Haviva Zemach

The different artists, from different countries, culture and history will bring their motives each in different style, views and techniques. This will be a rare occasion that such a large variety sharing the same roof. The visitors will be exposed to that rich kaleidoscope of colors, shapes and techniques.  The famous curator puts that collection in a creative and amazing arrangement that will surely attract the mind of the spectators. It will be a merge of endless of shapes and colors.  This international collection shows that art has neither borders nor limits.
The exhibition incorporates works of 30 best artists that are famous at their countries. Their works are part of private collections and museums around the world. They participated in various international art exhibitions in Europe, America and Asia.
The richness of the collection pumps in the heart of visual art lovers. Art lovers and art collectors should not miss this show. The exhibition will be opened to public from 18t of August.

The Gallery is located at John Nash Royal Opera Arcade No 30
 SW1Y 4UY right at the heart of London. The arcade, in which the gallery is located, is specialized in high quality boutiques of fine art. The arcade was design by John Nash and was completed on 1818. The gallery is specialized in fine visual art exhibitions.

Zina Bercovici
Curator and Producer

Monday, 1 August 2011

Spirit Of Art Exhibition at la Galleria Pall Mall August 18th

 The second Edition of Spirit of Art Exhibition opens in la Galleria Pall Mall on August 18th at 6pm

Saturday, 30 July 2011

Daniel Shadbolt Solo exhibition at the ROA Gallery

Record sales of Shadbolt Daniel. Last week of the show next week.


 Showing at the ROA Gallery from  August  8  to August 19.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Daniel Shadbolt Solo exhibition at the ROA Gallery opens now at 6.30pm

 Joins us for drinks for the preview of Daniel Shadblot's Art Exhibition at the ROA Gallery Pall Mall
London SW1Y 4UY.

Friday, 15 July 2011

Daniel Shadbolt Solo exhibition at the ROA Gallery opens July 19th

 Please passby on Tuesday 19th at 6pm for a drink with us to open Daniel's Show

SUPER - Perricone MD at la Galleria Pall Mall

 Launch of SUPER - Perricone Md Superfoods Skin Care at La Galleria Pall Mall
15th July 2011

Monday, 11 July 2011


 This sculpture has been stolen today from the ROA Gallery London, police are searching for the thieves.
Reward  for information leading to its whereabouts.

Saturday, 2 July 2011


Boutique Art Fair Parallax is a winner at La Galleria Pall Mall,
thousands of visits per day  arrive to view the carefully selected artworks by more than 200 artists.

Royal Opera Arcade Gallery - Louise Giblin opens July 5th to 16th

 Louise Giblin's Exhibition  opens July 5th at the ROA gallery 


Monday, 27 June 2011

Aziralili Exhibition of B/W photographs

Showing now at the ROA Gallery  in Pall Mall London , Aziralili's B/W photographic exhibition

Saturday, 18 June 2011


 Today Saturday 18th June open till 8pm, dont miss it amazing savings on all the range of clothes.

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Aziralili Auctions painting to raise funds for Richard House HOspice

 June 20th  starts 6pm- Auction Event
Aziralili Polish artist exhibiting in the ROA Gallery in Pall Mall will be holding a silent auction of the painting
HOMO. 100% proceeds of the Auction will be donated to the Richard House Children's Hospice in London.


Tuesday, 7 June 2011

WOOLMARK - Wool Modern opens at La Galleria Pall Mall on 7th Sept

What is the Campaign for Wool?

The Campaign for Wool was initiated in October 2008 by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, who had observed that the wool industry was facing enormous and unprecedented challenges.
The price of wool had plummeted to the point where farmers were being paid less for their sheeps’ fleeces than the cost of having them shorn.
At the same time, sheep numbers were declining across the world, from Britain to Australia and New Zealand, and some farmers were losing confidence in the future of the wool industry.
A parallel threat came from new man-made synthetic fibres, often oil-based, which were providing stiff competition in the areas where wool had traditionally triumphed – fashion, carpets and insulation.
The Prince of Wales formed an apocalyptic view of what the future for wool might hold, unless something could be done. Without a thriving wool industry, and with further declines in the sheep population, the physical appearance of our landscape could change forever. Imagine the Cumbrian uplands deprived of sheep, or the Scottish and Welsh mountains, or the sheep stations of Australia and New Zealand. Were we really to enter an era when the wool trade, which has thrived and prospered since the Middle Ages, would be sidelined by man-made fibres?

Royal Opera Arcade Gallery - Louise Giblin opens July 4th to 16th

Louise Giblin
Solo Show July 5th – July 16th 2011
 is a British sculptor who grew up on the Isle of Wight and now lives and works on the East Sussex/Kent border near Tunbridge Wells, UK. She was elected to the Royal British Society of Sculptors as an Associate Member in 2010.
Giblin studied Three-Dimensional Design, Fine Art/Sculpture B.A. and the History and Theory of Modern Art M.A at Portsmouth, Brighton and Chelsea (London Institute) colleges of Art and Design. She was taught by Antony Gormley (creator of ‘Angel of the North’)
Giblin’s sensual and striking sculpture is produced in ceramic then cast in bronze, translucent resin or cold cast metals. Her subject matter is portraiture and the human form, often involving detailed, overlapping, fragmented or abstracted imagery. The sculptor develops ideas from observation sketches, digital imagery and written works.
Giblin’s work has been exhibited in London, New York, Hong Kong, Oxfordshire and across the South of England.

Saturday, 4 June 2011

Rachel Coad - New Work 2011 on ROA Gallery

 The Australian artist Rachel Coad new 2011 show in London opens on June 5th at the ROA Gallery
at the ROA Gallery in Palll Mall. Nearest station is Piccadilly Circus.

Saturday, 28 May 2011

Aziralili at the ROA Gallery in London in June

  A Dirks

Showing at the ROA Gallery in Pall Mall in June 2011.
To purchase any works contact the gallery at 0207 930 8069

Aziralili 2011 Show at the ROA Gallery in London

 June 19th-  2 July 2011

Friday, 27 May 2011

Agnieszka Dirks 2011 Show at the ROA Gallery

Agnieszka Dirks
2011 Show at the ROA Gallery
June 19th - 2 July at 5pm

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Visit the exhibition at the ROA gallery Pall Mall

You are Invited to 'Expect More'

Street Kids International Invites you to ‘Expect More’ An Exhibition of Photography and Short Film

The Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Monday 23rd to Saturday 28th May, 10am till 6.00pm
Turning misconceptions of street children in one of the world’s poorest countries, Ethiopia, on its head. Expect beautiful images, positive stories and a hopeful message, you really can 'Expect More' from this exhibition.
This exhibition presents images that challenge the audience perception of what it means to be a street kid, offering a positive portrayal of young people living and working on the street. Strong, intimate portraits give an insight into the characters with a beautiful treatment and strong grade. Photography by Simon Hanna and short films by Short Form Film Co.
Through case studies and self-made films by street children the viewer can explore each individual’s story and see how the work of Street Kids International has supported these young people to expect more for themselves and their futures
The Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, 5b Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 4UY.
(Off Trafalgar Sq, near the National Portrait Gallery. Closest tube - Piccadilly / Charing Cross)
The exhibition launches the 'Expect More' campaign with the aim of raising £75,000.
Street Kids International challenges you to expect more for street kids, expect more from your donation and expect more impact.

It costs £50 to train a street kid.

Donate £20 today and we can turn it into £50!

Expect More from your donation
A generous supporter has pledged £75,000 in match funding, meaning that every donation you make to the Expect More campaign will be matched.
With Gift Aid on your donation and on the match, every £1 you donate will be worth £2.50 to Street Kids, so you really can 'Expect More' from your donation.