An experimental space with a mission to bridge social and cultural gaps within the field of contemporary art, by working with and providing resources for under-represented artists.

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Harlesden High Street was founded with the mission of facilitating access between experimental/outsider artists and the traditional gallery system. Working in North West London, the gallery exhibits contemporary art by both local and international artists with a focus on exhibiting work by people of colour.

In addition to its gallery programme, Harlesden High Street also hosts a cultural outreach programme with an aim to engage audiences in un-gentrified neighborhoods, through workshops, talks and artist initiatives.

In 2023, the gallery also co-founded Minor Attractions, an inclusive micro-fair that gives access to both London and international galleries during London’s Frieze week in October.

Please read our manifesto for further information

Please note, we do not accept unsolicited proposals and/or submissions for exhibiting in the gallery. Any materials sent in will not be returned nor can we guarantee a response

57 High Street, Harlesden,
London, NW10 4NJ

Nearest tube station: Willesden Junction (exit from Old Oak Lane)
Nearest bus: 18,260, 266, 206

Opening times
Monday - Sunday: Currently by appointment
Works visible until 12 midnight every day
The space is wheel chair accessible and step free

New York
4th Floor
70 Forsyth st
New York, NY 10002
Open only by appointment

This space unfortunately is not wheelchair accessible

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Non-profit partner
The Muse at 269

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