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When I moved to London from Glasgow in 2009 to pursue a music career, I lived near Brick Lane, and went to this gallery a lot. It’s very peaceful, shows new and innovative artists, and the gift shop is great. Visual art is always inspiring—seeing how people communicate through colours and textures the way I do through music. I’m a huge admirer of Frida Kahlo and the gallery introduced the then little-known Mexican painter to London audiences in 1982. I love this part of the gallery’s history and feel it has special meaning for me.
If you like modern art, Whitechapel Gallery frequently has interesting exhibitions from different contemporary artists. It's quite a small museum so 1 hour is usually enough to see it all.
The Whitechapel Art Gallery was founded in 1901 to bring great art to the people of east London. Internationally acclaimed for its exhibitions of modern and contemporary art and its pioneering education and public events programmes, the Gallery has premiered international artists such as Pablo…
Great gallery. There is always something interesting on. Seconds away from home
Britain's first purpose-built arts gallery, is renowned both for the beauty of its light, airy space and for embracing the local community in its work. And there is always something free to see.
“The original East London marketplace with loads of retailers, restaurants, market stalls and food traders. Open 7 days a week, a great day out for all ages!”
“Independent cinema. Book a film i the room with deep and cosy sofas, you can even get a bottle of prosecco to enjoy during your film. ”
“($) Indian / Punjabi: Tayyabs - this one is probably our #1, make sure you book or the queue will be long. Great choices for vegetarians as well! ”
“Brick Lane has always been famed for its many authentic curry restaurants. It now also has a reputation for its warehouse art exhibitions and trendy clubs and bars.”