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Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon 2023:
Online charity auction hosted by Phillips

Whitechapel Gallery is delighted to announce the donation of 15 exceptional artworks to the Gallery by artists Ari Bayuaji (b.1975, Indonesia), Tim Breuer (b.1990, Germany), Zoë Buckman (b.1985, UK), Alfie Caine (b.1996, UK), Nick Goss (b.1981, UK), Andrew Pierre Hart (UK), Haroun Hayward (b.1983, UK), JR (b.1983, France), Jenny

Out of the Margins. Whitechapel Gallery

Out of the Margins: Performance in London’s Institutions 1990s-2010s explores London’s art scene during this pivotal period in which live performance moved from an underground artform to one acknowledged by the establishment. Prompted

Nocturnal Creatures – Whitechapel Gallery

Nocturnal Creatures is Whitechapel Gallery’s annual late-night arts event that takes place for one night only, on Saturday 23 July, between 6pm-11pm, across East London. This year’s festival will transform the streets

Moving Bodies, Moving Images. Whitechapel Gallery

Moving Bodies, Moving Images brings together a selection of short films made in the last decade by contemporary artists exploring the intersection of dance, choreography and moving image. The participating artists are: Alexandra Bachzetsis, Pauline

Emma Talbot: The Age/L’Età. Whitechapel Gallery

Emma Talbot’s (b. 1969, UK) winning proposal for the Max Mara Art Prize for Women questions deeply rooted positions of power, governance, attitudes to nature and representations of women through an acutely personal

The London Open 2022. Whitechapel Gallery

Who are the artists making London’s art scene so vibrant and diverse today? Running from 1932, The London Open is a triennial exhibition offering a free, lively space to discover new work and how the next


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