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All reviews contemporary art tracey emin bermondsey street anselm kiefer blank canvas close to london bridge large scale book shop doris salcedo international artists st james area huge sculptures changing exhibitions borough market free entry installation exhibits
We tried to get into this gallery THREE TIMES this week and it was always closed. Opening hours are until 6 pm.
First, we went there on Tuesday around 3 pm. Closed because of some exhibition they were preparing and it was supposed to be...More
We went to see the Tracy Emin exhibit, which was excellent. Even thought the screen is towards the end of the gallery I would say to watch the video first as it gives a greater understanding to her paintings. The gallery space is beautiful and...More
It is quite difficult to report on the White Cube In Bermondsey Street, for any review should really be about the experience of the gallery itself, not of a specific showing. The building is large scale and it should be born in mind that this...More
Been here a few times but never felt compelled to write a review but after seeing Tracey Emins fortnight of tears, I just had to.
A couple blokes walked out of the film, understandably so.
Real heavy and moving art.
Open your mind and heart....More
Interesting. Deep. Troubled. Pretty amazing really. Once one of the staff kindly explained the pamphlet/picture layout to me and provided a brief history, I was found the whole exhibition easier to follow and felt much less of a heathen! We left with a huge respect...More
Nice way to walk there is over Tower Bridge ( next to Tower of London) then go straight ahead, walk under the railway bridge, then take the right at Tanner Street. The gallery is at the end of the street on the left. The gallery...More
The Tracey Emin 'A Fortnight of Tears" installation incorporates paintings, huge sculptures, drawings, neon writing and a painfully poignant film from 1996 about the artist's terrifying experience of abortion. There is also a gallery dedicated to photographic self-portraits detailing the torment of insomnia. I found...More
If you are interested in contemporary art - The White cube is a must - they now have two locations, so there is a much better chance of actually seeing some art! The Hoxton Square gallery was closed a couple of times when we tried...More
I have never been to the White Cube before but thoroughly enjoyed my visit. The gallery space is large but Emin's bronzes and paintings filled the rooms and made me think a lot about the creative process and the sad situations Tracy Emin has found...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 neighborhood's main transportation hub, getting across town (or to anywhere in England for that matter) is a relative breeze.