Marchant are delighted to announce the opening of a new Mayfair premises in 2025, coinciding with the gallery’s centenary year.

The relocation marks a significant milestone in Marchant’s notable history, solidifying its position as a leader in the Asian art market and a cornerstone of London’s vibrant cultural landscape.

“We are incredibly excited to embark on this new chapter in Mayfair,” says Stuart Marchant, CEO. “This prestigious location will allow us to showcase our carefully curated collections to an even wider audience and create a special experience for art lovers and collectors alike.”

“Kensington Church Street has been our cherished home for over 70 years, and we will forever appreciate the memories forged within these walls,” says Richard Marchant, Life President. “This move is not merely a change of address; it is a bold declaration of our enduring commitment to excellence and a promise to present the finest Chinese art in a location that is both historically significant and at the forefront of contemporary culture.” Whilst Marchant bid farewell to Kensington Church Street, their essence and legacy will remain woven into the fabric of their new Mayfair home.

Mayfair, synonymous with luxury and refined taste, provides the perfect setting for Marchant’s journey into its next century. The new Mayfair gallery will be housed in a stunning Georgian style townhouse, in the heart of London’s art district, meticulously renovated and reimagined to provide a sophisticated and elegant environment for the gallery’s treasures. The space will offer dedicated areas for showcasing curated collections and special exhibitions, alongside private viewing rooms for in-depth consultations and connoisseurship.

The centenary year will be celebrated with the book publication of Marchant’s one-hundred-year history, alongside an important exhibition of Chinese Imperial porcelain, celebrating the rich heritage and lasting appeal of Asian art.

Throughout 2024, Marchant will continue to welcome clients to their Kensington Church Street gallery.