50 Golborne Road

London W10 5PR


Gallery Hours:

Monday – Tuesday, by appointment

Wednesday – Friday, 11 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, 11 AM – 5 PM

Closed on Sundays and bank holidays





Marisa Bellani is the founder and creative director of Roman Road.

Marisa has always had a keen interest in art which led her to enrol on two master degree courses to further a scholarship of art history and collections, first at the Institut d’Études Supérieures des Arts and subsequently at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Soon after completing her second MA, Marisa inaugurated Roman Road in order to share her passions and talent discoveries with other art enthusiasts. At age 26, Marisa joined and became the youngest member of the Tate Photography Acquisition Committee and was asked to be a member of The Photographers’ Gallery Young Patron Steering Committee in 2013. She regularly participates in panel discussions and gives talks at art universities and in front of private collectors. Marisa also enjoys reviewing artist portfolios when the opportunity arises and was part of the jury for The Portfolio Review, hosted at NRW-Forum Düsseldorf in 2017, alongside the director of Photoworks, Shoair Mavlian, and other jurors. ‬‬


Jennifer Angus is the editor and communications coordinator at Roman Road.

Jennifer graduated from the University of Warwick with a BA in history of art in 2010. She was awarded a scholarship to Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London in 2011 and completed an MA in photography the year after. Jennifer has always been a keen writer and started working as a freelance art writer and editor in 2013, among other employments. Since its inauguration, Jennifer has worked with Roman Road, helping to write press releases and catalogue essays about the gallery’s exhibitions and artists. She later began working as their full-time editor and communications coordinator in May 2014.

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