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Nelly Duff

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Nelly Duff storefront, Columbia Road market, London.

Nelly Duff is a contemporary commercial art gallery in Bethnal Green, London. It is based at the foot of Columbia Road market in the East End of London. It works with Ben Eine, The Toaster, and other artists. The gallery's name is taken from the Cockney rhyming slang for "life" ("Nelly Duff" = "puff" = "breath of life").


Nelly Duff is run by Jessie Dyer and Cassius Colman. The Gallery space was opened in November 2006 and became one of the first physical commercial space for selling street art screen print in London.

The gallery specializes in limited edition prints in the graphic arts using traditional printing methods such as screen printing, lithography, embossing, hot stamping, linocut and woodblock printing. In 2009 it produced an edition of Ben Eine's work that attempted the Guinness Book of World Records for hand-pulling the most colours in a screen print (78).

Past and present exhibitions[edit]

Angelique Houtkamp solo exhibition – Angelique Houtkamp, 4–6 March 2010
Bumble Bee – Jessica Albarn, 26 July – 19 August 2009
Tresspassers of the world Unite – The Toasters, 28 May – 11 June 2009
EINE World Record Attempt Show – Ben Eine, 7–27 May 2009[1]
Solo – Patrick Thomas, 9 October – 23 Oct 2008
Foiles les femmes – Angelique Houtkamp, 19–26 May 2008
Open Studio – Various Artists, 6 – 20 December 2007[2]
There is a circus in our town – The Toasters, 9–23 November 2007
The wonderful world of Mr Wim – Mr Wim, 12–26 July 2007

External links[edit]


  1. Ben Eine at "Modart Magazine". Accessed 7 October 2009
  2. Nelly Duff at "Modart Magazine". Accessed 7 October 2009

Coordinates: 51°31′47″N 0°04′08″W / 51.5296°N 0.0689°W / 51.5296; -0.0689

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