Angus-Hughes Gallery opened its doors in 2010 as an artist and curator led project space. Headed by director William Angus-Hughes, it is a non-profit gallery run by volunteers. Angus-Hughes offers free exhibition space to artists and is free to the visiting public.

Exhibitions are by invitation to curators, who are offered series of three exhibitions. Curated exhibition submissions from artists will also be considered, with preference given to group show proposals.

Proposals from curators should be sent by post only and addressed as follows:

Curatorial Proposals
Angus-Hughes Gallery
26 Lower Clapton Road
London, E5 0PD

Applicants should present a series of three proposals. Preference is given to curated group shows. Please include images for all the proposed artists. Please bind or staple your proposal, so that it does not arrive as loose sheets. Not all three proposals will necessarily be accepted. Materials sent to the gallery will not be returned. Only successful proposals will be answered. Angus-Hughes maintains a full programme up to twelve months ahead and applications are reviewed on a roughly quarterly basis, so you may not get an immediate offer or response.

The gallery offers volunteer internships.

William Angus-Hughes

Assistant Director
Iavor Lubomirov