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 educational events, talks and discussions, family and youth events, art fairs .dining and interactive courses. It is an educational milestone for anyone of any age.
World renowned for its exhibitions of contemporary and modern art from masters such as Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Frida Kahlo and Nan Goldin. The Whitechapel Gallery contains extensive material expanding throughout 100 years including rare documents, letters by artists, press records and exhibition plans.
The Whitechapel Gallery offers shopping online on their website. Exhibition posters, gifts, stationary and gift vouchers.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7522 7888
Opening hours: Daily 11am-6pm closed Mondays
Cafe/Bar opening times:
Thursday 10am-9.30pm (last orders)
Friday 10am-9.30pm (last orders)
Saturday 10.30am-9.30pm (last orders)
Admission Charge: General admission to all exhibitions is free of charge
For more information on the gallery, upcoming events and exhibitions:
Nearest Tube Station: Aldgate East Tube Station or Aldgate Tube Station