Gazelli Art House

Gazelli Art House provides a new setting for Contemporary art whilst delivering the message of the finest international artists to a wide audience of both new and established collectors. The gallery invites individuals to engage with Contemporary art on a deeper level through bespoke events – building on dialogues and relationships between artist, writers, specialists, students, and novices through exhibitions, talks, workshops and tours.

In 2011, Gazelli Art House launched a series of five exhibitions in London loosely based on the five classical elements – Fire, Earth, Water, Air and Ether. Focusing on individual associations and reactions to the presented artworks – from aggression and passion to calm, rediscovery to new beginnings – each show was exhibited in a different independent space, with venues ranging from private houses and foundations to warehouse spaces, encouraging viewers to engage with and understand art outside the “white cube”.

The opening exhibition of its permanent space on 39 Dover Street marked the final exhibition of the series – Bodhi. Focusing on the awakening and enlightening aspect of the classical element Ether, the gallery thus began its programme of exhibitions with an ending ; completing a cycle and providing a conceptual continuity in the shows that is still present today.

In October 2012, Gazelli Art House reopened its exhibition space in Baku, Azerbaijan, where the gallery was once active in 2003. Implementing the exhibition programme from London, the gallery focuses on bringing and showcasing only international artists in the region, engaging further with a wider audience, and providing a platform for international dialogue.

The founder and Director of Gazelli Art House, Mila Askarova was born and raised in Azerbaijan before moving to Istanbul and later settling in London. Upon successful completion of her International Relations BSc degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Mila worked at Sotheby’s in the Client Development department while curating a number of exhibitions in Baku and Istanbul. She then managed the PR and Communication of a commercial art gallery in London, before focusing on curating and private art dealing. During her active years on the art market, Mila studied at Central Saint Martins and Christie’s Education, gaining a theoretical insight into Collecting Contemporary Art, Independent Curating and Art Business.

http://www.gazelliarthouse.com/

Gazelli Art House provides a new setting for Contemporary art whilst delivering the message of the finest international artists to a wide audience of both new and established collectors. The gallery invites individuals to engage with Contemporary art on a deeper level through bespoke events – building on dialogues and relationships between artist, writers, specialists, students, and novices through exhibitions, talks, workshops and tours.

In 2011, Gazelli Art House launched a series of five exhibitions in London loosely based on the five classical elements – Fire, Earth, Water, Air and Ether. Focusing on individual associations and reactions to the presented artworks – from aggression and passion to calm, rediscovery to new beginnings – each show was exhibited in a different independent space, with venues ranging from private houses and foundations to warehouse spaces, encouraging viewers to engage with and understand art outside the “white cube”.

The opening exhibition of its permanent space on 39 Dover Street marked the final exhibition of the series – Bodhi. Focusing on the awakening and enlightening aspect of the classical element Ether, the gallery thus began its programme of exhibitions with an ending ; completing a cycle and providing a conceptual continuity in the shows that is still present today.

In October 2012, Gazelli Art House reopened its exhibition space in Baku, Azerbaijan, where the gallery was once active in 2003. Implementing the exhibition programme from London, the gallery focuses on bringing and showcasing only international artists in the region, engaging further with a wider audience, and providing a platform for international dialogue.

The founder and Director of Gazelli Art House, Mila Askarova was born and raised in Azerbaijan before moving to Istanbul and later settling in London. Upon successful completion of her International Relations BSc degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Mila worked at Sotheby’s in the Client Development department while curating a number of exhibitions in Baku and Istanbul. She then managed the PR and Communication of a commercial art gallery in London, before focusing on curating and private art dealing. During her active years on the art market, Mila studied at Central Saint Martins and Christie’s Education, gaining a theoretical insight into Collecting Contemporary Art, Independent Curating and Art Business.

http://www.gazelliarthouse.com/

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Jane McAdam Freud

Jane McAdam Freud, MoonMan, 2007
Copper
152 x 61 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Jane McAdam Freud, MoonMan, 2007
Copper
152 x 61 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Jane McAdam Freud

Jane McAdam Freud, Staff, 2006
Copper
200 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Jane McAdam Freud, Staff, 2006
Copper
200 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Jane McAdam Freud

Jane McAdam Freud, HerE, 2016
Basalt rock chippings
Diameter 580 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Jane McAdam Freud, HerE, 2016
Basalt rock chippings
Diameter 580 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Jane McAdam Freud

Jane McAdam Freud, After Tatlin, 2016
Found steel objects
100 x 150 x 150 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Jane McAdam Freud, After Tatlin, 2016
Found steel objects
100 x 150 x 150 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Kalliopi Lemos

Kalliopi Lemos, Bra (Tools of Endearment series), 2016
Steel
253 x 230 x 232 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Kalliopi Lemos, Bra (Tools of Endearment series), 2016
Steel
253 x 230 x 232 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Kalliopi Lemos

Kalliopi Lemos, Sphere, 2015
Mild steel
80 cm diameter
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Kalliopi Lemos, Sphere, 2015
Mild steel
80 cm diameter
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Kalliopi Lemos

Kalliopi Lemos, At the Center of the World, 2015
16mm black & white film
8’29’’
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo by : Oak Taylor-Smith

Kalliopi Lemos, At the Center of the World, 2015
16mm black & white film
8’29’’
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo by : Oak Taylor-Smith

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Kalliopi Lemos

Kalliopi Lemos, Necklace (Tools of Endearment series), 2016
Steel
29 x 230 x 230 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Kalliopi Lemos, Necklace (Tools of Endearment series), 2016
Steel
29 x 230 x 230 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016.
Courtesy the artist and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Recycle Group

Recycle Group, Basalt Labyrinth, 2016
Nano concrete
250 x 430 x 500 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artists and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Recycle Group, Basalt Labyrinth, 2016
Nano concrete
250 x 430 x 500 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artists and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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Recycle Group

Recycle Group, Tower Rising 2, 2014-2015
Plastic mesh
300 x 650 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artists and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo by : Oak Taylor-Smith

Recycle Group, Tower Rising 2, 2014-2015
Plastic mesh
300 x 650 cm
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artists and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo by : Oak Taylor-Smith

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Recycle Group

Recycle Group, Enlightener 12, Diptych, 2015
Cast plastics, lightboxes
170 x 80 x 10 cm each
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artists and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

Recycle Group, Enlightener 12, Diptych, 2015
Cast plastics, lightboxes
170 x 80 x 10 cm each
Exhibition view ‘Sphères 9’, GALLERIA CONTINUA / Les Moulins, France, 2016. Courtesy the artists and GAZELLI ART HOUSE
Photo Oak Taylor-Smith

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