ANNKA KULTYS is a commercial contemporary art gallery located in East London owned by Annka Kultys. It first opened its doors to the public in September 2015. The gallery’s programme features young international artists interspersed with historically researched exhibitions, such as Desire of the Other, a critique of contemporary collecting, and Dash Snow Hello, this is Dash, the artist’s first solo exhibition in London. Yearly, the gallery also puts on a group exhibition with selected recently graduated artists, enabling them to have a first gallery show shortly after completing their studies. The first edition, Cacotopia, was presented in January 2017.

On a regular basis, the gallery collaborates with London art schools such as the Chelsea College of Arts and Central Saint Martin, where its artists give talks, as well as Goldsmiths University, where Annka Kultys tutors MFA students.

Annka KultysAnnka Kultys Gallery’s office

For further information, the Gallery staff can be reached Wednesday through Saturday by phone at +44 20 3302 6070, by email or by Skype (ID: annkakultys )

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472 Hackney Road | Unit 3, 1st Floor | London E2 9EQ

Tube | Bethnal Green | → View Map

Viewing Hours | Wed – Sat | 12 – 6 pm | or by appointment during office hours

Office Hours | Mon-Sat | 11 am – 6 pm

ANNKA KULTYS is located in East London on the 1st floor above the Maury Sewing Machine Company.


Annka Kultys | Director

Adrian Haak | Operations Manager

Paola Musicò | Marketing Assistant

Gina Morelli | Graphic Designer

John Brennan | Publications

Benjamin Lunt | Intern


Annka Kultys Gallery published several exhibition catalogues and one book:

“Art or Artist?” by John Brennan accompanied Dash Snow Hello, this is Dash exhibition.

Molly Soda “From my Bedroom to Yours“, a catalogue containing images of works in the show, installation views and three original essays by Aric Miller, Molly Messersmith and Alexandra White.

“Choose Art” a catalogue containing images of installation views with a brillant essay by John Brennan  published in conjunctin with the inaugural group exhibition Desire of the Other.

For information on all our publications, please contact Adrian Haak.


The gallery does not accept unsolicited artist submissions. 




472 Hackney Road | Unit 3, 1st Floor | London E2 9EQ | T +44 20 3302 6070  |

Viewing Hours: Wed – Sat | 12 – 6 pm | → View Map

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