Victoria Miro

Victoria Miro earned a reputation in the late 80s for showing the work of established and emerging artists from the USA, Europe and Asia, and for nurturing the careers of young artists from the UK.

The Victoria Miro building in Islington, London © James Morris

The Victoria Miro building in Islington, London

In 2000 Victoria Miro Gallery relocated to a sensitively converted, 8,000-square-foot former furniture factory situated between Hoxton and Islington in northeast London.

With exhibition spaces on two floors, the gallery is almost unique in London for having its own garden, a beautiful landscaped area overlooking a restored stretch of the Regent's Canal at Wenlock Basin which has been used to great effect for installations by gallery artists such as Yayoi Kusama.

In October 2006 the gallery expanded further by opening Victoria Miro 14, a 9,000-square-foot exhibition and viewing space open to the public for special exhibitions and projects.

One of the largest commercial spaces in London, Victoria Miro Gallery represents established names such as film and installation artist Doug Aitken, and younger talent including Conrad Shawcross.

Venue details

Victoria Miro 16 Wharf Road London N1 7RW 020 7336 8109

Entry details

Free entry to all
Free exhibitions to all

Tue – Sat, 10am – 6pm

Closed Bank Holiday weekends and public holidays