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Cork Street Galleries, an initiative from The Pollen Estate, lies at the centre of the highest concentration of galleries in London. Since Freddie Mayor opened the first gallery on Cork Street in 1925, the street has remained at the forefront of cutting-edge art movements. As well as becoming the unrivalled hub for Surrealism during the 1930s, Cork Street launched the careers of some of the leading forces in art from the past century. In 2018, The Pollen Estate acquired 23,000 sq ft of additional gallery space on the East side of the street, tripling the existing space and underlining the estate's commitment to preserving Cork Street as the epicentre of the London art scene and the spiritual home of modern and contemporary art. Cork Street Galleries is currently home to thirteen galleries, including Frieze No. 9 Cork Street, Alison Jacques, Alon Zakaim Fine Art, Flowers Gallery, Goodman Gallery, Holtermann Fine Art, Massimodecarlo, Messums London, Nahmad Projects, The Redfern Gallery, Stephen Friedman, Tiwani Contemporary and Waddington Custot.