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Marcel Duchamp, Walker Evans, Robert Filliou, Mona Kuhn, Man Ray, Gerhard Richter, Sophie Ristelhueber, Aaron Siskind, Shomei Tomatsu, Jeff Wall, Nick Waplington
Kevin Atherton, Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, John Cage, Brainard Carey, Prunella Clough, William Furlong, Nan Goldin, Vincent Honoré, Jannis Kounellis, Marysia Lewandowska, Bruce McLean, Peter Meanwell, Paul Noble, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Cornelia Parker, Robert Rauschenberg, Manuela Ribadeneira, Bridget Riley, Andy Warhol, Grant Watson
Wojciech Bąkowski, Eduardo Basualdo, Tanya Busse, Anetta Mona Chişa, Lee Kai Chung, Igor Jesus, Bengü Karaduman, Patrick Kelley, Reid Kelley, Tran Luong, Pallavi Paul, Elizabeth Price, Yama Rahim, Marinella Senatore, Emilija Sˆkarnulyte˙, Lucia Tkácˇová, Ryan Trecartin, Katarina Zdjèlar
Jérôme Bel, Sanford Biggers, Candice Breitz, Raqs Media Collective, Elmgreen and Dragset, Omer Fast, David Hallberg, Christian Jankowski, Jesper Just, Wyatt Kahn, Mike Kelley, Jon Kessler, Ragnar Kjartansson, Liz Magic Laser, Arto Lindsay, Ryan McNamara, Oscar Murillo, Kelly Nipper, Adam Pendleton, Yvonne Rainer, Robin Rhode, Mika Rottenberg, Iona Rozeal Brown, Francesco Vezzoli
Ida Applebroog, Fiona Banner, Michaël Borremans, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Don Brown, Gillian Carnegie, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Chantal Joffe, Rashid Johnson, Alex Katz, Mary Kelly, Leon Kossoff, Jim Lambie, Maria Lassnig, Hashem el Madani, Alice Neel, R. H. Quaytman, Man Ray, Wilhelm Sasnal, Catherine Story, Fiona Tan, Wolfgang Tillmans, Luc Tuymans, Gillian Wearing, Paloma Varga Weisz, Akram Zaatari
‘The original East End gallery is to reassert itself as the centre of the most vibrant artistic community in Europe.’ The Financial Times
The Whitechapel Art Gallery was founded in 1901 to bring great art to the people of East London. The Gallery is internationally acclaimed for its exhibitions of modern and contemporary art and its pioneering education and public events programmes.
The Whitechapel has premiered international artists such as Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Nan Goldin, and provided a showcase for Britain’s most significant artists from Gilbert & George to Lucian Freud, Peter Doig to Mark Wallinger.
The Gallery plays a unique role in the capital’s cultural landscape and is pivotal to the continued growth of East London as the world’s most vibrant contemporary art quarter.