the Agency.




Douglas Gordon and Graham Gussin, Jukebox, the Agency 1995

Strange Days, Philip Lorca di Corcia, also feat. Art Club 2000,Glenn Brown, Julia Scher, theAgency. in 1996

Mary Beth Edelson, Some Living American Women Artists/Last Supper, 1972, lithograph , exhibited at theAgency. in 1998

Zoe Leonard, Solo Exhibition, the Agenc.y 2002

Karin Hanssen, Shopping,oil on canvas, 2006, Solo Show, The Agency., 2007

The Enigma of William Tell, Dallas Seitz, Steve Bishop, Anne Karin Furunes, theAgency. in 2008

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1951-82): a portrait in fragments, 2013

Strange Attractor, Ruth Barker, detail, also feat. Man Ray, Zilla Leutenegger, Loredanan Sperini, Andrea Heller, Ulla von Brandenburg and Zilla Leutenegger, the Agency 2016

Franco Vaccari and Ariel Reichman, theAgency. 2016

Oliver Ressler, The Agency., 2017

Positioning Nigerian Modernism, Conference on the Occasion of the Ben Enwonwu Centenary, Bea Gassmann deSousa and Kerryn Greenberg, Tate Modern, 2017








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theAgency. was established 1996 in London as an independent gallery with a programmatic and curatorial approach. theAgency. is a slow programming and longterm sustainable space with focus on global and socio-political art strategies. Core competencies include working with ephemeral artforms, progressiveartistic and curatorial positions and related collection expertise.

In 2001 theAgency. won 1st Prize at Art Basel Statements with Scottish artist Ross Sinclair. The gallery is renowned for realising London premieres or early shows with artists such as Douglas Gordon, Zoe Leonard, Ken Lum, Paul McCarthy, Thaddeus Strode and Peter Zimmermann and historical positions by Mary Beth Edelson (*1933), Paul McCarthy (*1945), Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (*1951-82), Franco Vaccari (*1935), Man Ray (1890-1976).

theAgency. crosses the boundaries between commercial and museal strategies in art. In order to progressively engage with transmedial and transnational art the gallery pursues an open approach where each contextual situation demands appropriate frameworks and responses. The gallery works with artists of all genres and regularly includes historical works and archives often in collaboration with a wide range of artists and institutions.

theAgency. does not accept unsolicited material for exhibitions.