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OUR BODY OF WORK IS EVER CHANGING & EXPANDING, OFTEN RARE & EXCLUSIVE

ABOUT US >

HELIUM LONDON works with expert collectors & worldwide arts institutes. We have done so for over 15 years, with care & mutual respect, combined with a tailored approach since no client & no artist is the same.

Our portfolio includes sought-after collectible artists, while nurturing & promoting emerging talent too. We are proud to have built a well established & respected clientele that lasts the test of time.

Art gives us life. This is why we love what we do when we connect collectors with works they truly treasure.

ABOUT OUR ARTISTS >

CHARMING BAKER
BANKSY
JUSTIN BOWER
MIKE CHAPMAN
ROBIN EISENBERG
TRACEY EMIN
FAILE
SHEPARD FAIREY
DANIEL DAVID FREEMAN
OS GEMEOS
BERT GILBERT
ANTONY GORMLEY
HERAKUT
DAMIEN HIRST
HENRY HOLLAND
JOHN KARBORN....
KAWS
JOSH KEYES
CHRIS LEVINE
BARRY MCGEE
WILL MARTYR
TOM MEDWELL
ANTONY MICALLEF
HARLAND MILLER
PATRICK MORALES-LEE
TAKASHI MURAKAMI
JOSE PARLA
PURE EVIL
STEVEN QUINN
alt Andrew Rae - Mob (slab)_black
ANDREW RAE
DANNY SANGRA
T.WESLEY SNEAD
KYLE STEWART
THE REAL DILL
ANDY WARHOL
DEBORA WARNER
ANDY WELLAND

LIGHTNESS OF BEING

LIGHTNESS OF BEING

YEAR: 2004 – MEDIUM: Print (AP unique in size) – EDITION: Print edition – DIMENSIONS: 76 x 93 x 4.5cm (image size 69 x 54 cm – SIGNED: YES

LIGHTNESS OF BEING

YEAR: 2004 – MEDIUM: Print (AP unique in size) – EDITION: Print edition – DIMENSIONS: 76 x 93 x 4.5cm (image size 69 x 54 cm – SIGNED: YES

CHRIS LEVINE >

Josh Keyes is an American contemporary artist, his style is reminiscent of the diagrammatic vocabulary found in scientific textbook illustrations that often express through a detached and clinical viewpoint an empirical representation of the natural world.

His work is a hybrid of eco-surrealism and dystopian folktales that express a concern for our time and the Earth's future.

NEWS >

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HELIUM LONDON recently held an exclusive online launch for "SPECTACLE" by Patrick Morales-Lee. One of the most coveted pieces from our Pavement Lickers event, we organised a series of Q&A in the lead up to the online release

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IN COLLABORATION with Music Support, Helium London is working on a 2020 exhibition called Broken Records to help addiction and mental health in the music industry.

PAVEMENT LICKER was an exhibition with 50 concrete slabs & 50 international artists, each creating unique one-off pieces sold online for a good cause. Featured in FT's "How To Spend It", HELIUM LONDON raised over £50,000, with every penny going to Rett UK charity. Click here to find out more about that event >

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