DNA is a privately owned commercial art gallery based in London, Ontario. Dedicated to the importance of investing in contemporary art in Canada, the owners, Allison and Damir Matic, established the space in 2013. DNA occupies the first and second levels of 123 Dundas Street. The building’s central location provides an accessible environment for the public to frequently engage with contemporary art. With rotating exhibitions, discussions, and the DNA bookshop, the gallery works to promote and sustain itself within the current dialogue of contemporary art. DNA artspace collaborates with various Canadian artists, curators, writers, and art institutions to develop diverse and engaging programming.
Allison Matic, Director
Abby Vincent, Associate Director
Ruth Skinner, Bookshop Manager
Neil Klassen, Installation
Hours of Operation
April will see heavy street construction in downtown London with the beginning of the city's Dundas Place construction project. For more information about Dundas Place, and its effect on traffic and access to local businesses visit www.mydundas.ca.
Until we are able to assess the impact of this construction, DNA will temporarily pause its gallery programming and focus on its bookshop by expanding the retail space and acquiring new inventory. Exhibition programming will resume once we can ensure artists a clean, dust-free environment.
DNA Bookshop will re-open in Spring of this year.
123 Dundas St