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It’s quite an uninspiring building from the front but it’s worth going in.
It’s like a mini Tate Modern inside.
It’s an amazing place to look at art and its miles bigger inside than it looks from outside.
It’s free so really worth a look.
Sometimes art can be so simple, but so moving - at the White Cube Gallery in Bermondsey, the floor of the south gallery has been paved in stone, on which 300 names of victims of the immigration crisis appear and disappear in an atmosphere of...More
White Cube currently has a fabulous Doris Salcedo show. The work is thoughtful and is shown brilliantly in the gallery space. It is well worth seeing and the walk to the gallery feels like being in New York City’s Greenwich Village.
We visited earlier in the year to see the predictably provocative Gilbert and George exhibtion which we greatly enjoyed. The gallery is slightly off the beaten track at the far end of Bermondsey Street from London Bridge. However, the trek there is worthwhile and Bermondsey...More
I actually loved this place, but I must warn people to check the website before going as it can be closed down completely for installation. Once inside, you will be amazed at the quality of the exhibitions. Really great place. The atmosphere is stark and...More
Very hard to find. Looking for a white cube building as the name suggests but it is a white cubed building on the inside. A very small sign setback from the road indicating the name.
No permanent exhibits.
I had read a blurb saying it...More
Located in Bermondsey Street, 10 minutes walk from London Bridge station, the White Cube holds an excellent programme of exhibitions of work by international contemporary artists, sometimes new to the UK.
Outside, the building is restrained, discreet and anonymous. Even when you enter for the...More
Security guard was plain rude to people. Shouting “don’t touch the glass” when we were a foot away, I suggest he gets glasses and learns some manners. We didn’t need to be followed we went to research artist not be followed by some judgemental elitist...More
Even before the arrival of the instantly iconic Shard, the riverside scene in Southwark had moved well beyond any up-and-coming phase of development. For quite some time, locals and out-of-towners alike have loved browsing the boutiques of Bermondsey High Street, foraging through the bounteous stalls at centuries old foodie haven Borough Market, and flocking to the banks of the Thames to enjoy some of Britain's biggest
attractions such as Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe. Despite Southwark's many popular draws, instant calm can be achieved easily by turning down almost any side street. For more urban buzz, a quick stroll across famed bridges like the pedestrianized Millennium Bridge or the ever photogenic Tower Bridge yields access to the very core of Central London. And with London Bridge Station as this neighbourhood's main transportation hub, getting across town (or to anywhere in England for that matter) is a relative breeze.