Omer Tiroche Gallery focuses on Modern, Post-War and Contemporary art and commenced operation in 2014, opening its permanent space in Mayfair in 2015. Since then, the gallery has held regular solo exhibitions that have included, Salvador Dalí, Alexander Calder, Victor Vasarely, Niki de Saint Phalle, Pablo Picasso, Franz West and Yayoi Kusama, as well as historically-themed group exhibition; in 'Prière de Toucher – Homage to Maeght' the gallery remounted the Surrealist movement's third official exhibition, curated by Duchamp and Breton and hosted by Galerie Maeght in 1947; 'Un Art Autre' brought together a selection of artworks by artists from the second School of Paris of Post-War abstract male and female painters.
Alongside the London gallery, Omer Tiroche Gallery operates a non-profit space in Jaffa, Israel. The gallery cooperates with Israel’s top Art universities to hold exhibitions of recent graduates.
Currently on view on at Omer Tiroche Gallery is Dalí: Sketchbooks from the 1930s, which takes the viewer on a visual journey through the inner workings of the seminal artist’s mind. Through the sketches and studies he made during the 1930s, this exhibition explores the most significant decade of Dalí’s career and provides an intimate insight into the development of some of the artist’s most pivotal and iconic imagery; from his infamous Mae West lips sofa and melting clocks, to Freudian drawers and crutches, many set within the familiar desert-like landscape taken from his beloved sea-side home in Cadaqués, Catalonia. Each of these motifs helped lay the foundations for many of Dalí’s key concepts in a number of his most acclaimed paintings.