Ambika P3 is a 14,000 sq ft space for contemporary art and architecture, developed from the vast former concrete construction hall at the University of Westminster. It presents a public programme of curated exhibitions, education projects, talks and events in central London.
Its size is unique for an exhibition space in crowded central London’s West End. Dedicated to innovation, experimentation and learning, Ambika P3 operates as a laboratory and meeting place for practitioners, industry and academia.
"One of the capital's hidden and most exciting new spaces" – The Guardian
"The venue is extraordinary. Who would have thought that across from Madame Tussaud’s lay the 14,000 sq ft of an underground hangar, once used to test concrete for Spaghetti Junction and the Channel Tunnel?"– Geoff Brown, The Times
Ambika P3’s recent artists exhibitions and commissions include Keith Wilson, Richard Woods, David Ward, Alison Wilding, Boyd Webb, Richard Wentworth, Richard Long, Jannis Kounellis, Anthony McCall and David Hall. Partners include the Architecture Foundation, Arts Council England, British Council, RIBA, Dance Umbrella, Sprovieri Gallery, Sprueth Magers London, the Photographers Gallery and Artangel.
It’s available for private hire to companies working within the creative industries. Our diverse client list includes: Established & Sons, John Lewis Partnership, Erdem, Topshop, Marks & Spencer, Lisson, MAC, Heineken, Sony, Diesel, Conran, Calvin Klein, AOP Awards, Nike, Kinetica and Sunday Art Fair.