Whitechapel Gallery

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Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
E1 7QX London
Venue Type: Museum
June 8th - August 26th
The London Open 2018
Larry Achiampong, Rachel Ara, Gabriella Boyd, Hannah Brown, Rachael Champion, Gary Colclough, George Eksts, Ayan Farah, Vikesh Govind, Richard Healy, Des Lawrence, Tom Lock, Celine Manz, French & Mottershead, Uriel Orlow, Rachel Pimm, Renee So, Alexis Teplin, Elisabeth Tomlinson, Jonathan Trayte, Tom Varley, Andrea Luka Zimmerman
June 5th - July 29th
May 16th - August 26th
Killed Negatives: Unseen Images of 1930s America
Paul Carter, Etienne Chambaud, Jack Delano, Walker Evans, Theodor Jung, Dorothea Lange, Russell Lee, Edwin Locke, Bill McDowell, Carl Mydans, Lisa Oppenheim, Arthur Rothstein, Ben Shahn, John Vachon, Marion Post Wolcott
May 15th - August 12th
April 10th - August 12th
ISelf Collection: Bumped Bodies
Mária Bartuszová, Huma Bhabha, Alexandra Bircken, Tian Doan na Champassak, Ruth Claxton, Tony Cragg, Enrico David, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Geoffrey Farmer, Georg Herold, Kati Horna, Sarah Lucas, Seb Patane, Pippilotti Rist, Bojan Šarčević, Daniel Silver, John Stezaker, Nicola Tyson, Cathy Wilkes
July 31st - September 30th
Artists' Film International: Munem Wasif, Mikołaj Sobczak, Jibade-Khalil Huffman
Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Mikołaj Sobczak, Munem Wasif
June 27th - September 2nd
Invasion Curves
Katja Novitskova
Open hours
Tue-Wed, Fri-Sun 11-6; Thu 11-9
44 020 75227888
+44 (0)20 7377 7887
Gallery type
Admission is free for most exhibitions

‘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.