Frith Street Gallery was founded in 1989 by Jane Hamlyn, in a Georgian townhouse at 60 Frith Street, just off Soho Square, London. In 2007 the gallery moved to a large, purpose-built space on Golden Square.
Over the past 30 years, the gallery has become renowned for an innovative exhibition programme of leading contemporary artists working across a range of mediums, from painting and sculpture to film, video, installation and performance. Recognised for fostering new and innovative relationships with both collections and institutions, the gallery has placed the work of its artists in significant public and private museums worldwide.
Today most of the gallery's exhibitions are held at the Golden Square space, with occasional presentations at the original gallery on Soho Square.