Elevator Gallery occupies the attic of a former Victorian chocolate factory in Londons East End, next to the River Lea. The gallery is committed to exhibiting artists at all stages of their career. The curators are especially interested in transgressive and thought provoking work. Besides regular exhibitions of international contemporary art the gallery has a regular programme of live art, cinema and musical events.
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I can't work whether the Elevator Gallery has just been closed every time I have tried before or whether I have just been retarded. Whatever, this time I pressed the button and waited, a fair while, and the lift came and we started the rickety ride up to the roof.
Quite frankly the elevator itself is worth the visit for the novel experience (for an art gallery it gives). Eventually you...more
The Elevator gallery is a fun gallery situated in the desolate but up and coming and exciting Hackney Wick that is my neighborhood.
The reason it's called the Elevator Gallery is because you have to wait until an old fashioned red elevator is free so you can make your way up to the gallery.
On a night in the Elevator gallery you can expect an array of performance, instillation, sound art,...more