Welcome to London’s only seven floor art gallery
Once gazed upon by the likes of David Abbott, Peter Mead other BBDO agency greats through the years, Proximity London have finally capitalised on the towering heights of their building on the Old Marylebone Road with the launch of Gallery Vertigo.
Not only is Gallery Vertigo London’s newest art gallery, at seven storeys it’s the tallest gallery in town.
Making full use of Proximity’s unique towering atrium space, massive works of art now hang from every floor and can be viewed from every angle. Especially from the dedicated vantage point in the internal lift. (There’s even a snoozing security guard to boot)
The theme for the launch exhibition is – fittingly – space. And it showcases work from some of London’s top photographers, including Adam Hinton, Julia Fullerton-Batton and Chris Fraser-Smith. Not to mention our very own Bob Lambourne and Rob Kavanagh.
Take a look for yourself, here: http://www.proximitylondon.com/galleryvertigo/