The largest of the White Cube gallery's London sites, the building dates from the 1970s and was primarily used as a warehouse before refurbushment.
The building includes three principal exhibition spaces, substantial warehousing, private viewing rooms, an auditorium and a bookshop. The "South Galleries" provide the principal display area for White Cube's expanding programme of contemporary art exhibitions.
There are three smaller galleries, collectively known as the "North Galleries", and an auditorium which allows White Cube to present an education programme, artists’ films and lectures.
Venue Details & Map
White Cube: Bermondsey
144 - 152 Bermondsey StreetLondonSE1 3TQ
- 0207930 5373
Top 5 reviews of White Cube: Bermondsey
One of my favorite Secret Art Gallery Detective Finds (although admittedly it's not so secret) - keep your eyes open for White Cube or you'll easily walk past it, despite it's central Borough/Bermondsey Street Location.
If you run in the art circles of London, you will probably be familiar with the gallery - well known for it's selection and curation of contemporary art shows, working with... more
With its white spacious interiors, the white cube gallery is a much sought after spot to hold installations within walking distance from London Bridge, including that of artist, Anthony Gormley, whose work also appears outside the Beautmont hotel as a cubic transformer like model sitting, like a soldier guarding its occupants whilst they enjoy one of the pricey stays inside.
Also his work... more
Nice art gallery in the Bermondsey area of London. I visited here with my lady friend on a drab and rainy Saturday. Welcome to London LOL. They have those big glass and metal doors out front that are heavy and hard to open. Lucky for us some chap was exiting as we were entering and held it for us. Cheerio mate!
Once inside it was clear to me the reason for the name. The walls are all painted... more
Around the corner from the busy London Bridge/Shard area, there is this little but some how large gallery showing new contemporary art.
It has free entry. It's large warehouse space is divided into several (but not too many) exhibition areas.
The staff watching over the exhibition areas are hard to spot because they are wearing normal black clothes, each are carrying a book that they read... more
The owners of the White Cube gallery have taken the "white cube" theory of hanging art on white walls literally. This is the third gallery of this name, after Hoxton Square (unfortunately closed) and Masons Yard in Mayfair. The sheer size of this converted warehouse is impressive in its own right, and I particularly love the 9x9x9 cubic space at its heart - a true white cube!
The artists... more