The Brown Collection: OPEN Thursday-Friday-Saturday, 11am to 6pm

20 October - 22 December 2022
Projects, Solo Exhibitions

The Brown Collection is home to the art collection of British artist Glenn Brown. With over three floors of exhibition space in an exactingly-renovated mews warehouse in Marylebone, London, the building also houses the artist’s archives and administrative offices. 

The exhibition shows the breadth of Brown’s body of work, including paintings, drawings and sculptures. They include the artist’s early painting appropriations of Frank Auerbach, Shallow Deaths (2000), and Jean-Honore Fragonard, Shallow End (2011); exquisite mid-career paintings, such as On the Way to the Leisure Centre (2018) and drawings made for antique frames. 


Future exhibitions will include works by other historical and contemporary artists that have inspired or that comment on works in the collection. In time, Brown also intends to make a large, site-specific mural after Abraham Bloemaert in the galleries.



1 Bentinck Mews, London W1U 2AF



Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays

open 11am to 6pm