The Whitechapel Art Gallery Founded in 1901, the WhiteChapel art Gallery London plays a unique role in London's culture, being one of the most vibrant art galleries displaying modern, contemporary and local art. A public art gallery funded by the people, giving back with its educational art filled with historical intricacy. The Whitechapel Gallery offers [...] Read more
The Hayward Gallery The Hayward Gallery London opened by the Queen in 1968 named after the late Sir Isaac Hayward, located in Southbank Centre on the Southbank of the Thames. The Hayward Gallery gallery houses contemporary art pieces, and cutting edge exhibits by artists such as Antony Gormley, Dan Flavin, Roy Lichtenstein, Tracey Emin. You [...] Read more
The Photographers Gallery For those who believe a picture is worth far more than a thousand words, the Photographers Gallery in London is well worth the trip . Formerly an Edwardian warehouse, the gallery has been transformed into the largest public gallery dedicated solely to photography. This is the place to enjoy photography is every form, [...] Read more
The Serpentine Gallery The Serpentine Gallery London established in 1970, is the quintessential gallery for modern and contemporary art. Named after the Serpentine Lake which is in close proximity, the gallery attracts over 750,000 guests every year; drawing people to its architecture, history and world-class exhibitions. Peter Coates built the entrance of the Serpentine Gallery [...] Read more
The National Portrait Gallery  The National Portrait Gallery London is a great reminder of the correlations between the past and present in the United Kingdom. The Gallery focuses on the historical importance of the subject rather than style or about the status of the subject, focusing on the quality and character of a particular image [...] Read more
The Tate Modern The Tate Modern London a British national gallery of international modern art has over four and a half million visitors every year making it one of the most popular galleries and things to do in London. The gallery is located in the former Bankside Power Station converted and re-purposed into an art [...] Read more
The National Gallery The National Gallery London located in Trafalgar square is a public gallery and entrance is free, year round. Displaying over 2300 masterpiece paintings from some of the world's greatest artists from the early 13th century into the 19th including: Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Leonardo da Vinci, just to name [...] Read more
The Courtauld Gallery The Courtauld Gallery London showcases French Post-Impressionist and Impressionist masterpiece paintings, drawings and sculptures along with other medieval artwork highlighting over 530 paintings and 26,000 drawings in total. The Courtauld Gallery in London History Founded in 1932, philanthropist and art collector Samuel Courtauld (who also started the gallery’s first collection) funded the [...] Read more