Taymour Grahne is a London-based gallerist  with a focus on contemporary art.


Between 2013 and 2017, Taymour founded and directed Taymour Grahne Gallery in New York, where he presented an ambitious and rigorous exhibition program. Here, he built a profile for exhibiting some of the most important emerging and mid-career contemporary artists of today, including Maia Cruz Palileo, Hassan Hajjaj, Nicky Nodjoumi, Whitney Bedford, Zineb Sedira, and Radames Juni Figueroa, among others, often being the first to exhibit these artists in New York City.


Returning to London in 2017 to focus on his nomadic exhibition program, he launched a series of pop-up solo shows by leading emerging artists including GaHee Park, Dominique Fung, Matthew F Fisher, and Nadia Ayari.


In 2020 he founded Taymour Grahne Projects, a London-based contemporary art gallery which provides a space for audiences to discover both emerging and historically overlooked artists. While continuing to support a dedicated group of collaborative artists on an ongoing basis, the gallery promotes an ambitious and evolving exhibition programme - both physical and online - which continually features new, exciting international artists.