54° North 5° West: Belfast, Northern Ireland. Putting Northern Ireland’s talent on the art map.
Diverse selection of affordable original artworks · Online and pop-up exhibitions · Secure e-commerce website ·
Local and international deliveries · Private viewings · Free art advisory
Online and Pop-up Gallery & Private viewings
Gallery 545 is a unique online and pop-up gallery specialising in contemporary art of Northern Ireland and offering a special selection of affordable artworks created by talented artists based here.
The gallery celebrates the creativity of emerging and more established artists across the region and supports their practice providing a curated platform where they can showcase and sell their works. Having an online presence, but also pop-up exhibitions, the gallery brings art to a wide range of people with different tastes and budgets who love contemporary art, and makes it easier for them to access, discover and collect artworks.
Our Shopify e-commerce website allows you to view and buy art online securely. Once you have found your artwork, we can deliver it to your door using local and international shipping services (free in UK and Ireland). If you wish to see an artwork or a selection of pieces, we would be glad to arrange a private viewing at our office in Belfast City centre or at Blicks Studios in South Belfast.
Contact us if you would like to have more information about our artworks and services or to arrange a private viewing.
Feedback about our past annual Gallery 545 group exhibitions
Image: Gallery 545 Annual Pop-up at the Sea Holly Gallery, Belfast
Free Art Advisory
Gallery 545 offers professional art advisory services free of charge to individuals, interior designers and arts organisations for purchasing artworks or organising exhibitions.
Whether you are a first-time buyer, a collector or an interior designer, we can offer you our advice to help you to find outstanding art for your project and create a vibrant space. When you brief us about your preferences, we can present you a special selection of artworks to suit your taste, space and budget. This selection could include artworks on our website, or we could source others from the artists we represent and other artists we work with on specific projects. We can commission an artist to create a bespoke art piece for you as well.
We are keen to work with interior designers and organisations to curate exhibitions for their showrooms, venues and programmes.
Contact us about your project or to find out more about our art advisory services.
- Atelier Interior Design Ltd, Belfast
- Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival, Belfast
- Clements Coffee, Belfast
- Culture Night, Belfast
- Sea Holly Gallery, Belfast
Image: Art Collection at Atelier Interior Design, Belfast
Francesca Biondi, Art Director & Curator
Gallery 545 was established in 2018 by art consultant Francesca Biondi who is now responsible for its management and development. Originally from Tuscany in Italy, Francesca worked in the arts sector in London before moving to Belfast in 2000, where she started working for arts organisations and with artists in Northern Ireland. Biondi recognised the extraordinary talent of many artists based here and started collecting their art. Later she saw an online and pop-up gallery space as a great opportunity to help them to grow and promote their practice, and at the same time to reach many art lovers and art collectors looking for affordable art pieces to own and cherish. Her vision and her passion for fine art led her to set up Gallery 545.
More about Francesca Biondi
Francesca Biondi graduated in English Language and Literature in Italy, studied arts administration and management at Birkbeck College, University of London and completed a Master in Art History at the Open University.
She has been working as an art consultant since 2015, combining her extensive experience in management with her knowledge of and passion for visual arts to offer a range of services, from from sourcing artworks for private clients and interior designers to curating and managing exhibitions, supporting artists’ professional development, and advising organisations on exhibition programmes. Her collaborations included those with QSS Artists’ Studios & Gallery, the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival and Atelier Interior Design in Belfast.
In the past Francesca worked as a manager in the cultural sector in Northern Ireland for over ten years, among others she was a founding board member and co-director of Platform Arts, an important gallery and studio space in Belfast, and business development manager at Community Arts Partnership, a prominent arts organisation in Northern Ireland.