London Art Exchange is a contemporary art gallery in London neighborhood representing contexts of Black, Asian, and minority ethnic artists and communities. The organization formed as a charity in 2003 from BPD Arts and JACA (East Midlands African Caribbean Arts), which educationalists and specialists appreciate a great deal.
It may look more like a trading floor than an art show. Hundreds of well-heeled Londoners mill about, checking screens to see the latest trades and buy shares in initial public offerings. But the Banksy paintings and Shepard Fairey print point to a serious art gallery.