Faam Gallery

Richmond, United Kingdom


  • 131 Percy Road
  • Twickenham
  • Richmond
  • England
  • TW2 6HT
  • United Kingdom

Regular hours

09:30 – 17:30
09:30 – 17:30
09:30 – 17:30
09:30 – 17:30
09:30 – 17:30
10:00 – 17:30

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: Exit Hounslow East Underground Station then take H22 bus to Whitton Station (Stop B)
Bus: Whitton Station (Stop B)
Train: Whitton Railway Station

Founded by Marziyeh Ramezani in 1993, Faam Gallery has organised over 231 group and solo exhibitions covering a spectrum of visual arts.  Faam Gallery has also held exhibitions in Italy, Germany, China, South Korea. Iran and the United Kingdom. Specialising in Modern and Contemporary Middle Eastern art. One of the most important aims of Faam Gallery is promoting both talented and professional artists on an international level to a wide audience.  We aim to promote Asian and European arts as well as holding cultural art festivals, biennials and exhibitions. 

On December 2016, Faam Gallery started its activities in London through hiring venues and organising series of annual exhibitions and competitions - promoting international and Persian artists. Many of which includes  annual competition of 25 Centuries of Persian Architecture, A-Z Exhibition and Persian Motifs in Jewellery. On 27th of October 2019, Faam gallery opened its permanent second branch in Whitton, Richmond under the leadership of Marziyeh Ramezani and with the support of private investors and art collectors. The gallery opened with the 'Exhibition 26' promoting well own artist including Manouchehr Niazi, Ali Reza Karami, Einoddin Sadeghzadeh and Davar Yousefi which celebrated the opening of Faam in London. Furthermore, Faam aims to support and promote talented artists among professional artists and match buyers and collectors with their artworks.

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