The Whitechapel Gallery has commissioned the Guerrilla Girls to create a new artwork as part of an archive display at the Gallery.
For Alicja Kwade’s (b. 1979) first project for a major UK gallery, unveiled on Wednesday 28 September, the Berlin-based artist creates a captivating installation of astronomical data and our position in the universe.
Whitechapel Gallery presents a major exhibition of work by William Kentridge from 21 September 2016 to 15 January 2017
The Whitechapel Gallery has presented 64 artists and 100 works of Arab art in an ambitious series of four displays which launched in September 2015 and ends in January 2017.
The Whitechapel Gallery presents an exhibition of rare early works by the American sculptor Keith Sonnier (b.1941) on view for the first time in the UK this summer.
The Whitechapel Gallery presents the first major UK survey of the American artist Mary Heilmann (b.1940). The exhibition spans the artist’s five decade career, from her early geometric paintings made in the 1970s to her recent shaped canvases in day-glo colours.
The Whitechapel Gallery presents Imprint 93, Matthew Higgs’ collaborative 1990s mail art project in its first archive exhibition.
In January 2016 the Whitechapel Gallery presents Electronic Superhighway, a landmark exhibition that brings together over 100 artworks to show the impact of computer and Internet technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.
Launched today to coincide with the Whitechapel Gallery’s landmark exhibition Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966), a new work by Swedish artist Jonas Lund (b. 1984), Fair Warning (2016),invites the public to respond to a series of over 300 questions online.
On 25 February 2016 American artist Joan Jonas received the third Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon award at a gala dinner supported by the Swarovski Foundation at Christ Church Spitalfields, east London.
Emma Hart wins the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery
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