White Cube Mason’s Yard opened in September 2006. It is located off Duke Street, St. James's, home of the original White Cube gallery, on a site that was previously an electricity sub-station.
Designed by MRJ Rundell & Associates, it is the first free-standing building to be built in the St James's area for more than 30 years. The building houses a main, basement floor gallery which is a naturally lit, double-height space with a second gallery on street level providing 5000 ft² of exhibition space.
White Cube Mason's Yard continues with an international, high profile programme of exhibitions and was launched with an inaugural exhibition by Gabriel Orozco.
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stumbled on this place after looking forever. it was raining and we had to wait outside :( but it was worth it. it's an interesting space and could make john singer sargent look hip. i saw the hirst skull here and that awesome all in all a great gallery to visit. the director or curator has excellent taste in placementmore
The names Jack, Union Jack. Don't you forget it. Well no chance, Gilbert and George won't let you.
I managed to escape work early today, and walked in the LDN sunshine just like that Lilly Allen song, to catch the Gilbert and George exhibition 'Jack Freak Pictures'. Half the exhibition is split between this Mason's Yard gallery and the other half is in its big brother Hoxton gallery.
The sister gallery of the White Cube in Hoxton this gallery is situated close to Piccadilly tube station and is a little bit tricky to get to, a tip is to walk through saint James Church and turn right after the pub on the corner then walk down the lane way. I'm sure there is a more straightforward way of coming here but this is how I usually get there.
The last show I saw here was Sam Taylor...more
The White Cube in Mason's Yard opened in September 2006, on a site that was previously an electrical sub-station. Located off a quiet street, near Green Park, the gallery is in a prime spot in West London.
With well lit exhibition spaces on two floors, the White Cube has shown work by a large number of influential artists, including the Chapman Brothers, Damien Hirst and Gregory Crewdson....more