Informality is an independent arts platform founded in 2019 and works with all pillars of the art ecosystem, from collectors, artists, galleries, museums, trusts, foundations, curators, writers and corporate art collections, hosting a critically engaged, contemporary exhibition programme in both solo and group contexts with a broad focus on environmental themes.
In 2019, Informality engaged in a three year gallery project with a permanent physical space in the Oxfordshire countryside in the UK.
Since its inception, Informality has curated and co-hosted renowned Australian artist Jamie North's first solo show in London, titled 'Inflection' with Pi Artworks London. In 2020 Informality engaged with The Sidney Nolan Trust and brought a virtual exhibition during the closures of the COVID-19 pandemic, showcasing works by Anthony White throughout Sidney Nolan's 17th century manor, The Rodd, and later in 2021 held a physical exhibition of Sir Sidney Nolan's never shown before, intimate polaroids alongside of paintings from the Trusts collection. Other notable exhibitions include; 'Women In Photography' co-curated by Virginia Woods-Jack, Francesca Mollett's 'Wild Shade', 'From Nature' and Rebecca Partridge's 'On A Clear Day'. In 2021 Informality were acting advisors for Oxford University and St Hilda's College, and in the same year developed a partnership with worldwide advisory Gurr Johns. In 2022, Informality joined International arts hub Cromwell Place to bring a diverse exhibition programme into London.
Informality's projects and exhibitions have been featured in FAD Magazine, Clot Magazine, Ocula Magazine, Hole & Corner, Artnet, FT How to Spend It, Aesthetica and Artforum.