About Lazinc Sackville
Lazinc is a championing force for artists who transform the way art is made, curated and presented. The gallery represents renowned primary artists such as JR, Todd James, Oliver Jeffers, Marcus Jansen, Mark Jenkins and Vhils, while aiming to acquire dynamic estates and undiscovered bodies of work. Lazinc also sources a rich selection of works from the secondary market, specialising in the works of Futura, Jean-Michel Basquait, Dondi White, and Richard Hambleton, among others. Uniting the Lazinc roster is an ethos to be uninhibited, expressive and disruptive.
Lazarides gallery, formerly located at Rathbone Place in Fitzrovia, was first established in 2006 by contemporary art specialist Steve Lazarides. Since its inception, Lazarides aimed to exhibit the world’s most significant and pioneering street artists in a thriving and unconventional platform.
Upon opening its doors in January 2018, Lazinc presented a critically acclaimed solo exhibition by celebrated French artist, JR. Since then, Lazinc has showcased historical works from the Mai 68 riots; new exhibitions from the Miaz Brothers and Mark Jenkins; a ‘Greatest Hits’ Banksy retrospective and most recently, a comprehensive survey of the Rammellzee estate. The gallery is excited to present exhibitions that are unexpected, interactive and diverse, to contribute to the cultural history and future of this vibrant area of London.
The gallery’s new home in Mayfair is situated in one of London’s historical sites. Initially erected under the signed agreement of William Pulteney, 29 Sackville Street has long hosted high-end art dealers, galleries and artists alike. Built circa 1731, the 18th-century terrace house features plaster ceilings designed by architect Robert Adam. The original design plans can be found in Sir John Soane’s Museum. Lazinc hopes to contribute to the site’s history and to its future. The gallery space is available for private hire, and any enquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lazinc looks forward to broadening its programme and welcoming an international audience, while continuing to bolster its founding tenets.