Galerie Simpson fine art publishing, was founded by artist Jane Simpson. A non profit gallery space developed accidentally in her hometown office in Swansea, it now has its own website www.galeriesimpsonswansea.com please join our mailing list here for details of publishing >

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Who We Are

Galerie Simpson, started life as a publishing label founded by artist Jane Simpson. Producing limited edition artworks made in close consultation with internationally renowned artists. Opening an office in her home town of Swansea, this organically grew into an artist led - non profit gallery - Galerie Simpson swansea, is a salon style melting pot of a space, with a diverse range of shows and events.   


Visit Galerie Simpson swansea

We are situated on Swansea High Street in the city centre.  A  few minutes walk away from the train station and a 10-minute walk from Swansea bus station. The nearest NCP car park is on Orchard Street .



222 High Street,
SA1 1NW,



Opening Hours


Wednesday- Saturday 
11.30 -  5pm


Admission free



About Us 


Jane Simpson (Director) is an artist, curator and publisher.  


Galerie Simpson (publishing) is a logical off-shoot to a career where solo shows have been accompanied by regular curatorial and collaborative projects, including kissingcousins (2007, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds) and Daddy Pop (2004, Anne Faggionato, London). Appointed as production manager for several high profile charities, she has created portfolios for Cubitt Artists and The House of Fairy Tales, making beautiful limited edition artworks with some of the world's leading artists including Rachel Whiteread, Gavin Turk, Sir Peter Blake, John Stezaker, Alex Katz, and Harland Miller.


As an artist, she is probably best known for sculptures made from rubber, ice and refrigeration units, she regularly shows around the world with recent solo shows in New York and London.  Her work is held in leading collections and has been featured in seminal exhibitions including 'Sensation' - Highlights from the Saatchi Collection and 'Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away' curated by Damien Hirst.    


She sees Galerie Simpson as a way to extend a creative conversation.  Even her informal board of backers include artists, actors, designers and entrepreneurs. She has long nursed a secret passion for research, and this dialogue with the past has inspired her to create Galerie Simpson, with more than a nod to its adopted God Father,  Marcel Duchamp.