Annely Juda Fine Art is based in London and represents contemporary British, European and International artists. The gallery also exhibits masters of the 20th-century avant-garde, specialising in Russian Constructivism, Bauhaus and De Stijl.
Since its foundation in 1960 the gallery has presented a continual programme of its own artists as well as important themed exhibitions such as The Non-Objective World exhibitions (1970–), From Figuration to Abstraction (1986), 1945 – The End of the War, The Thirties: Influences on Abstract Art in Britain (1998), American Beauty (2002) and The Great Experiment: Russian Art. Homage to Camilla Gray (2009).
Annely Juda Fine Art continues to work with artworks of the 20th-centry avant-garde, including those by:
- The Great Experiment: Russian Art. Homage to Camilla Gray
- 1945 – The End of the War, The Thirties: Influences on Abstract Art in Britain
- Line and Movement
- The Non-Objective World Revisited
- From Figuration to Abstraction
- The Non-Objective World, Twenty Five Years, 1914–39
- The Non-Objective World 1914–55
- The Non-Objective World 1939–55
- The Non-Objective World 1924–39
- The Non-Objective World 1914–24