Gallery profile

Annely Juda (1914 – 2006) established the Molton Gallery (1960 – 1963) and then the Hamilton Galleries (1963 – 1967) in London before opening Annely Juda Fine Art with her son, David Juda, on 16th June 1968 in a warehouse space on London’s Tottenham Mews.  The first exhibition was ‘Now Open: Important Paintings of the 20thCentury and Young Artists’ and the presentation of the twentieth-century avant-garde works alongside contemporary art has carried on throughout the gallery’s history.  

The gallery became known for exhibiting works from Russian Constructivism, the Bauhaus and De Stijl movements, showing artists such as Kandinksy, Malevich, Mondrian, Tatlin, Gabo, Lissitzky and Rodchenko; something which was rare at the time in England. 

The gallery has continued to represent contemporary British and international artists alongside its historical program, along with artists’ estates. 

In 1990, the gallery moved to its current location at 23 Dering Street off New Bond Street in London’s Mayfair and remains under the directorship of David Juda.  The gallery presents exhibitions of its represented artists along with curated group exhibitions.

History

1960–63
Molton Gallery, London
1963–67
Hamilton Galleries, St George Street, London
1968–90
Annely Juda Fine Art, 11 Tottenham Mews, London W1
1982–85
Rowan Gallery joined contemporary side of AJFA to form the Juda Rowan Gallery
1990–
Annely Juda Fine Art, 23 Dering Street, London W1

Incorporated as Annely Juda Fine Art Ltd.
Registered in England and Wales No. 2261663
Registered office as below