About Us

Huxley-Parlour Gallery was founded in London in 2010. The gallery’s vibrant exhibition programme focuses on artists who have played a significant role in the History of Art, and those who continue to shape the field in the present day.

Formerly Beetles+Huxley, the gallery spent eight years as one of London's leading photographic galleries. During that time, the gallery presented exhibitions by leading artists including Alec Soth, Joel Sternfeld, Valérie Belin, Cecil Beaton, Edward Weston, Joel Meyerowitz, Sebastião Salgado, Steve McCurry, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Berenice Abbott, Bill Brandt, Vivian Maier and Ruud van Empel.

In late 2018, the gallery expanded both its exhibition space and its curatorial approach to incorporate other mediums into its exhibition programme. Building on its strong foundations in photography, the gallery is now dedicated to presenting a dynamic programme of contemporary and modern photography, painting and sculpture from the 20th and 21st centuries.

Formerly Beetles+Huxley, the gallery spent eight years as one of London's leading photographic galleries. During that time, the gallery presented exhibitions by leading artists including Alec Soth, Joel Sternfeld, Valérie Belin, Cecil Beaton, Edward Weston, Joel Meyerowitz, Sebastião Salgado, Steve McCurry, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Berenice Abbott, Bill Brandt, Vivian Maier and Ruud van Empel.

In late 2018, the gallery expanded both its exhibition space and its curatorial approach to incorporate other mediums into its exhibition programme. Building on its strong foundations in photography, the gallery is now dedicated to presenting a dynamic programme of contemporary and modern photography, painting and sculpture from the 20th and 21st centuries.

Based in a beautiful, two-floor exhibition space in Mayfair designed by AAVA architects, Huxley-Parlour Gallery represents over 20 influential artists and estates, holds upwards of twelve exhibitions per year, and participates in leading international art fairs.

The gallery is popular amongst collectors for both its friendly, welcoming atmosphere and its engaging, educational approach. Huxley-Parlour Gallery is committed to providing an enjoyable and stimulating platform for art, regularly publishing exhibition catalogues and running an engaging educational programme that includes curator-led museum tours, artist-interviews and lectures.

Alongside its exhibition programme, the gallery also trades significantly on the secondary market, maintaining a wide range of stock by leading artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. This material can be viewed in person at the gallery on request, or online using the 'Artworks' tab above.

Huxley-Parlour Gallery is a member of The Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD) and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).

Based in a beautiful, two-floor exhibition space in Mayfair designed by AAVA architects, Huxley-Parlour Gallery represents over 20 influential artists and estates, holds upwards of twelve exhibitions per year, and participates in leading international art fairs.

The gallery is popular amongst collectors for both its friendly, welcoming atmosphere and its engaging, educational approach. Huxley-Parlour Gallery is committed to providing an enjoyable and stimulating platform for art, regularly publishing exhibition catalogues and running an engaging educational programme that includes curator-led museum tours, artist-interviews and lectures.

Alongside its exhibition programme, the gallery also trades significantly on the secondary market, maintaining a wide range of stock by leading artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. This material can be viewed in person at the gallery on request, or online using the 'Artworks' tab above.

Huxley-Parlour Gallery is a member of The Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD) and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).

Meet The Team

Giles Huxley-Parlour

Giles co-founded Beetles+Huxley Gallery in 2010 in response to the growing market for photography in London. In 2017 he became sole proprietor, and the gallery was renamed Huxley-Parlour Gallery. Giles studied History of Art at University College London, and regularly lectures on photography, collecting and the current market.

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Thea Gregory

Thea is the gallery's Exhibitions Manager, organising a diverse programme of exhibitions across the year. Liaising with the gallery's artists, she makes sure that every exhibition is curated to the highest artistic and educational standards. Thea came to Huxley-Parlour in 2015 and has an MA in History of Art, gained at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where she specialised in twentieth-century Modernism in Europe.

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Helen Hayman

Helen came to Huxley-Parlour after working in administration and accounting roles across the art world. She has extensive experience after working at two photography galleries and in the photography department of Phillips auction house. Helen handles all the accounting needs at Huxley-Parlour.

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Russell Bruce-Youles

With many year's experience as a fine art photographic framer, Russell is in charge of the production of all the gallery's bespoke in-house framing. He is also the point of contact for any operational enquiries. He makes sure that all the needs of our clients and artists - including shipping, installation or print care - are handled quickly and efficiently. Russell studied photography and electronic imaging at Plymouth College of Art.

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Alexandra MacKay

Alexandra joined the gallery in 2017 having completed a BA and an MA in History of Art at University College London. Alexandra manages Huxley-Parlour Books, sourcing and securing publications for sale on the gallery's dedicated website. She is also in charge of the gallery's digital marketing, ensuring that Huxley-Parlour continues a lively programme of education across multiple social media platforms.

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Emma Sharples

Emma joined Huxley-Parlour in 2018 as a Gallery Assistant and has particular responsibility for developing the gallery's leading online presence. Emma completed a BA in History of Art at Cambridge University, and then an MA in History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where she specialised in Modern British Art.

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