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I live next door, and used to be a Art and design student and London was my base throughout those very formative years and during that time - 1997 / early 2000 I visited a lot of museums and art galleries and Victoria Miro was...More
First visit and I was really impressed.
The exhibition was just great, the Assistant to the curator gave us a tour and was absolutely a plus to the experience.
Outside there is a permanent installation which is probably one of the best I have ever...More
The area around the Victoria Miro Gallery is surrounded by building contractors as it regenerates with new residential developments. But don't this put you off. Someone had a great deal of foresight to locate the Gallery here.
The Victoria Miro Gallery and the Parasol Unit...More
Whilst a bit out of the way, well worth the visit. In centre of an area of regeneration, interesting outside area with a wonderful installation in the pond.
Galleries on three floors and the Neel portraits gave a interesting perspective on her politically active life....More
Random visit turned out to be great. They didn't get stressed by small kids and the art was amazing. Outside space also a real surprise. Will definitely add to our list of things to do if a weekend - and it was free!
What a great gallery. A hidden gem! Hard to find, as front entrance literally looks like the front door to an apartment block. However inside is fabulous, and the staff are very warm and friendly. Definitely recommend a visit- I went to the "protest" exhibition.