We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews modern art brindley place book shop donation box worth a visit art books exhibitions change thought provoking dan flavin check the web site present ideas eggs benedict glass lift free entry beautiful building great exhibition free attraction
A great space in many rooms with a good shop. The exhibition this time was all about light electrics solar sound etc etc. Didnt really turn me on much as have seen it all before and didnt think that original but it was well displayed...More
Always worth popping into, just to see what's on offer. Sometimes the installations even make sense! This time out some beautiful multi coloured textiles and tiny flowers arranged into a larger rose. Agreeing with the artist's original concept is of secondary importance here.
Ikon gallery is in an old renovated building, situated in Brindley place, a very nice and interesting place in the centre of Birmingham near the canals. It is nice to walk around and visit the gallery, which has contemporary art exhibitions. It is rather small,...More
Although the art on show at the time did not meet my fancy, it did provide something to talk about, have fun with and discuss. The building is lovely and beautiful, the glass elevator at the side of the staircase is brilliant - definitely travel...More
We had spent a great weekend in Birmingham doing several tours and being fed lots of information, so it was lovely to finish up in the Ikon and just wander around and try and think for ourselves what it all meant! The art work is...More
A fascinating structure, testefully restored with the staircase and lift set into a recess on the outside of the building - shame about the contents - on the occasion that we visited, it seemed full of pretentious twaddle - a pair of shoes and socks...More
The Ikon Gallery is sited near the popular canal centre and is free to enter. The exhibitions on show are brilliantly displayed on upper floors, with the ground floor used for the shop and a cafe. There is a lift for easy access if required,...More