The Lichfield Studios, Contemporary Art Gallery Building, Wilmotte, English Design

The Lichfield Studios London

Notting Hill Gallery – contemporary art space in Northwest London, England, UK

page updated 2 Jul 2014

Wilmotte Gallery at Lichfield Studios

Wilmotte Gallery at Lichfield Studios: 133 Oxford Gardens, London W10 6NE

Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 – 18:00, Closed Bank Holidays

Contact: email: [email protected] /

Tristan Hoare studied History of Art at Edinburgh University. Following an internship at the Louvre, he spent four years at Christie’s Auctioneers, both London and Paris. During this time he worked in a variety of departments including 18th century French Furniture, Old Masters, Impressionist and Contemporary art, before focusing on photography. After leaving Christie’s, Tristan worked for different galleries before setting up his own company advising clients and curating mixed exhibitions.

Working together, Tristan Hoare and architect Jean Michel Wilmotte are organising a high quality programme exhibiting international artists.

Wilmotte UK, is the UK branch of Wilmotte and Associés, urban planner and designer, Jean-Michel Wilmotte founded an architectural firm in 1975.

26 Oct 2009

The Lichfield Studios

Patrick Lichfield¹s old studios come back to life as a venue to show international contemporary art + architecture

Ursula Schulz-Dornburg + Lawrence Weiner
18 November – 19 December at The Lichfield Studios

From 18 November Patrick Lichfield’s old art-photographic studios in Notting Hill will come back to life as a venue to show international contemporary art.

Curator Tristan Hoare and celebrated international architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, whose practice is situated on the first floor of the studios, will alternate exhibitions at the space. Hoare intends to show work rarely seen in this country, with three to four exhibitions per year, whilst Wilmotte’s displays will focus on architecture.

Hoare’s launch exhibition deals with concepts of time. American conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner’s outsize lettering TURNED AS THE WORLD TURNS will be mounted on the outside of The Lichfield Studios, whilst the work of German artist Ursula Schulz-Dornburg will be displayed in the studios. This will be Schulz-Dornburg’s first major UK show and will include work from her seminal Sonnenstand / Solar Position series, taken during her journey to Santiago de Compostela. The images capture the movement of light in the nine hermitages that line the medieval pilgrimage route, turning the chapels into sundials. A second series of work shows the timeless landscapes of the deserts of old Mesopotamia, present-day Iraq.

Visitor information

Address: Lichfield Studios, 133 Oxford Gardens, London, W10 5AD

Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-6pm; Sat 12am-5pm

18 November – 28 November
29 November – 19 December by appointment only

Nearest Tube Station: Ladbroke Grove or Latimer Road

Public enquiries: [email protected]


Location: Lichfield Studios, 133 Oxford Gardens, London W10 5AD, England, UK

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