You’ve seen van Goch and da Vinci at The National Gallery, you’ve seen portraits of the Queen and Shakespeare at the National Portrait Gallery. What next? If you are looking for some inspiration, or just something a little different, check out these smaller art galleries.
Contemporary fine art gallery on Brick Lane.
Art gallery in Deptford focusing on, and nurturing, emerging talent.
Contemporary gallery in Marylebone which explores the relationship between art and science.
The UK’s only gallery devoted to art from Russia and Eastern Europe.
Italian Art from 1890 to 1950s.
Located on platform one of Hackney Downs station this tiny gallery focuses on text based art and prints and runs regular talks and discussions.
Part shop, part gallery and part museum this relatively new gallery brings together a number of art forms including visual, music and films and even ‘tastings’. One for the trendy crowd.
Calling itself a ‘Do-it-yourself arts centre’ this gallery is a mix of studios, social spaces and a radio station. Housed mainly in the Old Police Station there are also shipping containers in the courtyard which house artists and a small gallery.
Focusing on contemporary art exhibitions and education this arts centre firmly places itself at the heart of the community. Whether you want to see world class artist’s exhibitions or get your child on the potter’s wheel there is something for everyone at this family friendly gallery.