Knight Webb Gallery is a contemporary art space in Brixton, London, representing a selection of  mature and emerging artists. The gallery opened in 2012 and made fast progress into the international art market, through exhibiting at fairs such as Art Miami and Volta. The gallery program brings together artists with strong narratives combined with an intimate relationship with their chosen medium. Interesting art collections reflect the prevalent challenges in art and society, and to this end Knight Webb Gallery work with artists who explore the social function of art.

The gallery maintains a balance of female and male artists, and follows a culturally diverse program. We were selected as a collectors destination at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair at Somerset House in London, and were featured in The Financial Times, London Live, and CNN. Fairs include: Art Miami, The London Art Fair, Volta NY,  Art New York, Art 16, and VOLTA Basel. Gallery director Rufus Knight-Webb has extensive experience of the contemporary art scene, having worked for galleries such as Waddington, Victoria Miro, Alison Jacques and for a year as assistant to the artist Michael Craig-Martin.