Dorothy Circus Gallery
Dorothy Circus Gallery is a space dedicated to the most intriguing avantgardes in contemporary art, putting a spotlight on the prime movers and forerunners of the fascinating USA-born movement known as low-brow or Pop Surrealism. The gallery is also committed in introducing the New Surrealism and Magic Realism movements to the international art scene, with the aim of always providing a complete vision of three of the main fields contemporary art scene: Asian Art, Street Art and Pop Surrealism. Dorothy Circus Gallery opened originally in Rome in 2007 and rapidly affirmed itself within the Italian art and cultural scene. In 2017, in occasion of its 10th year anniversary, Dorothy Circus launched a temporary gallery in the charming district of Notting Hill.
The gallery subsequently moved to a permanent location in Marble Arch in September 2018, ready to continue reaching new audiences and delivering thought-provoking exhibitions.Through a dedicated and rigorous research, and always anticipating market trends and interests in the global market, the gallery plays a key role in presenting renowned and established artists alongside with some of the most promising artists from around the globe. The prestigious programme of Dorothy Circus Gallery London has unveiled to the UK public artists such as Joe Sorren, Marion Peck, Travis Louie, Camille Rose Garcia, Kazuki Takamatsu, Afarin Sajedi, Naoto Hattori, Gosia, Paolo Pedroni, Fuco Ueda, and many more, organising both solo shows and two major group exhibitions: Women in Pop Surrealism and Pages from Mind Travellers Diaries, which officially inaugurated the opening in London.