We are now open evenings only but we can open during the day for a booking
of at least 5 people, please send an email to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 07429506423 for any special request!
New opening times:
Sunday 17:00 – 22:00
Monday 17:00 – 22:00
Wednesday 17:00 – 22:00
Thursday 17:00 – 22:00
Friday 17:00 – 22:30
Saturday 17:00 – 22:30
We are in 8 Wandsworth Road, SW82JW just out the exit n.4 of the Vauxhall tube station!
Discover the new
Sushi & Art Concept
Some of our specialities!
Handmade Fresh Sushi
The Art of Cocktails
Italian Wines & Japanese Sake
Our Pop Artists
Born on August 6, 1928, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Andy Warhol was a successful magazine and ad illustrator who became a leading artist of the 1960s Pop art movements. He ventured into a wide variety of art forms, including performance art, filmmaking, video installations and writing, and controversially blurred the lines between fine art and mainstream aesthetics. Warhol died on February 22, 1987, in New York City.
Marco Lodola Light Artist
Marco Lodola was born in 1955 in Pavia; he attends the Fine Arts Academy of Florence and Milan. He starts his career at the beginnings of the 80s near to the New Futurism trend. His light sculptures make him one of the most well-known artist of Italy. His artworks are exhibited not only in private collection but also in museums and public spaces. Two times at the “Biennale di Venezia” in 2009 and 2011 and continuously on the Italian Tv shows is one of the most important Italian artists of the moment.
American artist Keith Haring was best known for his graffiti-inspired drawings, which he first made in subway stations and later exhibited in museums. Haring was born on May 4, 1958, in Reading, Pennsylvania. He moved to New York City in 1978 and began using the city as his canvas, making chalk drawings in subway stations. His art was eventually seen everywhere from public murals and nightclubs to galleries and museums around the world. He was also known for his activism in promoting AIDS awareness. He died of AIDS-related complications on February 16, 1990, at age 31.
Willow Italian Neo-Pop
Painter, graphic artist and designer, Willow is able to reinterpret the traditional pop art, developing a personal expressive language. Micro-organisms populate Willow’s imagery invading every space of his pictures that appear to us like playful worlds but thanks to the underlying formal seriousness that characterizes them, they are endowed with undoubted communicative power and a great, amusing glamour.
American artist Roy Lichtenstein was born in New York City on October 27, 1923, and grew up on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. In the 1960s, Lichtenstein became a leading figure of the new Pop Art movement. Inspired by advertisements and comic strips, Lichtenstein’s bright, graphic works parodied American popular culture and the art world itself. He died in New York City on September 29, 1997. Lichtenstein became known for his deadpan humour and his slyly subversive way of building a signature body of work from mass-reproduced images.
Giuliano Grittini Artist & photographer
Milan based artist, Giuliano Grittini is also an art printer and photographer. He boasts of collaborations with relevant artists from 70s like Andy Warhol or Mimmo Rotella, he was also the official photographer of the Italian poetess Alda Merini. Capable of revitalise the pop art style through an original and unique of a kind technique; his portraits represent significant personalities from art and cultural world as well as celebrities and music icons. The memory of a recent past raises again from Grittini’s paintings surface.
Paolo Gaveglia Mosaic artist
Paolo Gaveglia, born in 1966, works and lives in La Spezia, Italy. A Self-educated artist, Gaveglia started with the mosaic technique after a period of trials with different mediums, from oil to watercolours, from collage to mixed techniques. A tireless experimenter, Gaveglia mixes past and present with unusual and innovative results. Active in the art-system from 2000 with several exhibitions in different Italian galleries and international art fairs, Gaveglia has also been exhibited in galleries across the world from massive art capitals in the United States such as New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Boston, to Berlin, Paris, Dubai and for the first time this summer will be here in London, at the Amstel Art Gallery. A beautiful opportunity for all the art lovers to admire a new kind of Italian art.
Find us now!
We are on the main road: 8, Wandsworth road
Next to the St.George Wharf’s Congierge & Tesco Express
Look for Amstel Art Gallery Unit 7 on the St.George Wharf’s map Totems
Some of our lovely customers!
“Top quality Sushi in a vibrant art gallery. What a combination!” Reviewed 18 October 2014 Check out this newly discovered gem in Vauxhall. The Nobu-trained chef really knows her way around classic Sushi. And her unique specialities, named after the contemporary artists exhibited in the gallery, are in a class of their own. A short […]
Just 1 minute walk from Vauxhall Station, Pop Art Sushi is the new kid on the block of local eateries. Not only does it serve top quality sushi, it also serves as an art gallery, featuring a range of contemporary international names like Willow, Warhol and Lodola. The Nobu-trained chef offers a range of intriguing […]