Visit Gallery 101 at The Salvation Army's International Headquarters in London.
The gallery hosts free exhibitions throughout the year. Many of these highlight the work of The Salvation Army around the world, while others showcase local artists.
Sharing the same space as Café 101, the gallery is lit by natural light and can be seen from the iconic walkway that links St Paul's Cathedral and the Tate Modern Gallery.
Gallery 101 is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 4pm.
101 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4EH View map
Nearest London Underground stations: Blackfriars, Mansion House and St Paul's.
Spotlight on The Salvation Army International Emergency Services
6 - 16 February 2023
Learn about the work done around the world by The Salvation Army through its International Emergency Services (IES) at this free exhibition.
IES is the humanitarian relief arm and responds to natural and manmade disasters across the globe meeting immediate needs, recovery and building resilience without discrimination.
Discover how The Salvation Army uses humanitarian standards, including the ‘SPHERE Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response’ as the basis for relief work.
At Gallery 101 this February.
About Gallery 101
The 101 Queen Victoria Street site has been occupied by The Salvation Army since 1881. When the current building opened in 2004 it provided an opportunity for International Headquarters (IHQ) to be more than just an administrative centre.
Glass walls with Bible quotations and a new public café allowed IHQ to live up to the challenge of General John Gowans (international leader from 1999-2002) that it should be a 'building that speaks for itself'.
This ethos is reflected in Gallery 101. Free exhibitions publicise the work and mission of The Salvation Army, but the gallery is also available to be used by photographers, painters and other artists whose work is in sympathy with the aims of the organisation.
For more information contact the IHQ Communications Section.