Author Archives: t5gallery

About t5gallery

Situated in Terminal 5 Heathrow Airport, the T5 Gallery is a unique cultural space within one of the world's premier airports. As one of the few permanent commercial fine art galleries in the world to be situated in an airport, the T5 Gallery is in an ideal position to reach and introduce art to a wide international audience. The key objectives of the gallery are: to showcase and support established artists, to help develop the careers of young emerging talent, to offer clients not only outstanding works but the experience of its team in the fields of curating and consultancy. Open 365 days a year from 8am to 8pm, the gallery stages group shows along with an ongoing exhibition programme in association with the Terminal 5 Sofitel luxury hotel.

August 2017

MT - Lion 3

Terminal 5 VAT reclaim lounge sculptures

From August the T5 Gallery will be displaying sculptures in the newly opened Terminal 5 VAT reclaim lounge.

The lounge is located directly opposite the gallery and will display smaller works from T5 Gallery artists over the coming months.

The first works to be displayed will be from Michael Turner, a Lion and Falcon both in stainless steel.

This will be followed by Jo Vane’s ‘Wave I’, with works rotated on a regular basis.

Advertisements

July 2017

AB - Eagle

New sculpture by Andy Baerselman

The T5 Gallery is pleased to present a new sculpture by Andy Baerselman. His Eagle has been crafted from Italian poplar wood, creating a seamless form that inhabits the line between the purely figurative and the abstract.

The dark tones on the upper half highlight the power of the wings while also contrasting beautifully with the natural finish of the wood on the underside.

June 2017

DSC02253

Moving Forward by Jill Berelowitz on Park Lane

T5 Gallery artist Jill Berelowitz is currently displaying her

Moving Forward installation outside the iconic Dorchester hotel on Park Lane in the heart of London.

The installation is on display as part of Westminster City Council’s ‘City of Sculpture’ programme.

The installation occupies a prominent position and projects a positive message of introspection and a global outlook for the UK and the world. 

May 2017

ZH - AL Khamsa (New ss)

Zil Hoque new works

From May the gallery will be displaying two new large scale paintings by Zil Hoque.

Both paintings exude a strong sense of place and atmosphere through rich dusty hues which allow the powerful subject matter (stallions in ‘Al Khamsa’ and bulls in ‘Lidians II’) to take centre stage. 

April 2017

RT - Folding Sail (3)

Richard Thornton at InterContinental London – The O2

As part of the ongoing relationship between the T5 Gallery and the InterContinental London – The O2 hotel, a new sculpture by Richard Thornton is currently on display.

‘Folding Sail’ beautifully displays the organic lines and forms that Richard is known for while also referencing the the important maritime history of Greenwich.

March 2017

MS - Legacy (Heathrow 1)

Michael Speller Legacy at Terminal 5

The T5 Gallery in partnership with Heathrow Airport are currently displaying Michael Speller’s ‘Legacy’ sculpture at Terminal 5.

The sculpture stands 12 foot tall and acts as a powerful representation of unity and diversity.

It was originally commissioned for The Gateway Surgical Centre in Newham, London.

The gallery is also currently displaying a small version of the sculpture.

February 2017

01 DofE Heathrow Screens_Montage - Copy

‘We are DofE’ photo exhibition

The T5 Gallery is pleased to be exhibiting photographs in support of the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is the world’s leading achievement award for young people. 2016 marked the 60th year since its founding by the DofE Prince Philip.

The photographs will be on view from the 9th of February until the 9th of March 2017.