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The UK’s biggest international miniature art exhibition arrives to South Kensington Tickets go on sale on Wednesday 16th of March at 11 AM

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  • +34 International
  • +143 Miniature
  • 4.9/5


“Small is beautiful, Miniature Art” is the most important European exhibition to compile the work of 34 local & international miniature artists and present 143 miniature artworks to the general public. After the undisputed success of the #MiniatureArt phenomenon on social networks, the exhibition offers exclusive access to the magical and sometimes unusual worlds of some of the greatest artists in the movement.

“Small is beautiful, Miniature Art” is an incredible journey and a unique experience that offers behind-the-scenes access to small-scale universes full of artistry and poetry, whose only limit is the creative vision of their authors.

Piece of artwork in Small Is Beautiful exhibition in London


In recent years, many artists from all over the world have been playing with scale and introducing us to a smaller way of seeing things, and awakening our inner child. Miniature art transports us to a poetic location, from an unexpected angle, where precision is essential.

On #MiniatureArt social media, artists like Slinkachu provoke the viewer. They regularly use the element of surprise and are followed by thousands/millions of people.

A Lego hunter poses with three captured candy crocodiles in Small Is Beautiful exhibition


Check out the reviews and comments for the exhibition in London

4.9 out of 5 stars

  • Isabelle L.

    “Aww inspiring and beautifully curated exhibition! Such talent and creativity and patience on display! We all (family from ages 6 to 48 years) loved it”

  • Stephanie L.

    “One of the best exhibitions I have been to in a long time. Fantastic.”

  • Michelle B.

    “A perfectly wonderful world of tiny art with a huge heart and boundless imagination. X”

  • Severine P.

    “I loved the miniature exhibition. I’ve took the kids with me and they were amazed too. I would definitely recommend it.”

  • Ashley M.

    “The Small is Beautiful exhibition was amazing! We all thoroughly enjoyed it. Such imagination, artistry - and patience! So impressed at what creative minds continue to come up with.”

  • Alexandre I.

    “A superb experience, thank you. :) First-rate exhibition, the selection of artworks was magnificent and it was well curated, in a beautiful space. The artworks themselves were beautiful, it was lovely how international it felt, and the video showing the artists creating them was thrilling. Also excellent gifts available for sale in the shop!”



  •  - Small Is Beautiful in London - A miniature art exhibition
    This exhibition shows the beauty in the small things in life
  •  - Small Is Beautiful in London - A miniature art exhibition
    A delightfully quirky and playful exhibition, visitors can immerse themselves in offbeat worlds created by some of the key artists in the miniature art movement, which has come out of social media.
  •  - Small Is Beautiful in London - A miniature art exhibition
    The joy of these artworks often lies in their inventiveness, and the way they play with all the possibilities that working on a tiny scale throws up.
  •  - Small Is Beautiful in London - A miniature art exhibition
    The exhibition was fantastic
  • Piece of artwork in Small Is Beautiful exhibition in London
    An exhibition that promises to immerse you in the unique and poetic world of miniature art
  • Piece of artwork in Small Is Beautiful exhibition in London
    143 miniature and 80 photographic pieces
  • The artist Christopher Robin Nordström is photographed with one of his miniature artworks.
    34 local & international artists (UK, France, USA, Belgium, Sweden, Bosnia, Germany, Ukraine...)
  • The studio of one of the artists of Small is Beautiful in London
    1 behind-the scenes video space where you can discover the artists' workshops
  • A palm tree rises half a tennis ball to create a surreal desert island.
    Children DIY workshops and pop-up shop

Practical information

  1. Date: Starting April 15th, 2022
  2. Opening hours:
    • Tuesdays – Thursdays: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. (last entry)
    • Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (last entry)

    For private sessions or groups of more than 30 people, please click here
  3. DURATION: Approx. 85 minutes
  4. LOCATION: 79-85 Old Brompton Road in the district of South Kensington
  5. AGE REQUIRED: Family-friendly activity. All ages welcome!
  6. TICKETS: Booking a ticket online is recommended and guarantees entry. However, you'll be able to book a ticket on site the same day, depending on availability.

The artists


Creative workshops

For 1 hour, the children will step in the shoes of one of the exhibition artist whilst you get to enjoy the gallery. They will colour, draw, and even glue to develop their own piece of miniature art. It is also a time for them to collaborate and help each other. All the supplies will be provided, so you just need to turn up on the day. Make your reservations here.

Workshop dates & times:

  • Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m and 11.30 a.m


79-85 Old Brompton Road, London, England
Train iconSouth Kensington metro station Train iconOnslow Gardens bus stop (lines 430 and C1)
Queensberry Place bus stop (lines 49, 70, and 74)
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Encore Productions

Encore Productions, a company of the Fimalac Entertainment group, is an organizer of large-scale exhibitions and shows in France and around the world.

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Producer of experiences and exhibitions based on immersion and participation.

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