Wild Walls London
Thursday 18 September 8 pm FREE entry
Whitechapel Art Gallery was designed by Charles Harrison Townsend in a reserved Romanesque art nouveau style and the building was completed in 1899 with the Gallery opening in 1901
The gallery is believed to be the first purpose built space for temporary art exhibitions.
The Gallery was extended and refurbished in 1984 to designs by Colquhoun and Miller.
How to get there ?
The Whitechapel Art Gallery is on Whitechapel High Street, E1. The nearest tube is Aldgate East (Hamm and City / District).
Thursday night is late night opening at the Gallery, open until 9pm, and entry is free, so come early and see the exhibition and have a drink in the bar before the film program which will be shown in the auditorium which has limited seating. The Gallery will be showing Franz West-ite a retrospective of the work of Austrian sculptor Franz West which runs from 9 Sep to 9 Nov.
'Rythmus 21' by Hans Richter (1921)
'Toonspoor' by L Marcussen (1983)
'Ferment' by Tim Macmillan (1999)
'Hong Kong' by Gerard Holthuis (1999)
'Futuro' by Mikka Taanila (1998)
'Under the Brooklyn Bridge' by Rudy Burckhardt (1953)
'Bridges Go Round' by Shirley Clarke (1958)
'Skyscraper' by Shirley Clarke (1959)
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Thanks to everyone at the Whitechapel Art Gallery.
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