White Cube Mason's Yard
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Mason's Yard is one of two White Cube galleries in London, which are regarded as among the world's most influential exhibition spaces for contemporary art.
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, which now includes galleries in Hong Kong and São Paulo.
The Hoxton Square location – which closed in 2012 – is survived by Mason’s Yard and a newer 58,000 sq ft space in Bermondsey, which incorporates specialist installation spaces, a bookshop and a 60-seat auditorium.
White Cube has exhibited the works of internationally acclaimed artists such as Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn and Gilbert and George.