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Bermondsey is the newest addition to the White Cube contingent in London and the largest of all the gallery's sites.
Originally set up in 1993 by art dealer Jay Jopling at a tiny location on Duke Street, White Cube has expanded into a group of venues, including galleries in Hong Kong and São Paulo, which are among the most influential spaces for exhibiting contemporary art in the world.
The Bermondsey site opened in 2011, and spannning 58,000 sq ft it is considered to be the largest commercial art space in Europe.
In addition to the exhibition galleries it incorporates specialist installation spaces, a bookshop and a 60-seat auditorium, where lectures take place and artists' films are shown. Exhibiting artists have included Theaster Gates, Chuck Close, Gilbert and George, Anselm Kiefer and Damien Hirst.
Free entry to all
Free exhibitions to all
Tue – Sat, 10 – 6pm