Hong Kong 2018
Basel 2018
Galleries Parcours Unlimited | 2.1 | L20
Miami Beach 2017

Sadie Coles HQ
Sadie Coles HQ focuses on presenting the work of established and emerging international artists. The gallery opened in central London in 1997. Its inaugural exhibition – of new paintings by American painter John Currin – was presented in parallel to a show by British artist Sarah Lucas, ‘The Law’, in St John Street. This established the international dimension of the gallery's programme. Sadie Coles HQ has operated from a variety of spaces since its inception, at the same time as mounting off-site projects in diverse locations throughout London and abroad. In September 2013, Sadie Coles HQ opened its largest space to date in London’s West End with an exhibition by American painter Ryan Sullivan. In November 2015, a new space in Mayfair opened with an exhibition of paintings by Rudolf Stingel which spanned both galleries. In the last year Sadie Coles HQ has begun representing Borna Sammak, Martine Syms and Kati Heck, who had her first solo show with the gallery in November 2017.