• Whitechapel Gallery facade, with the Tree of Life by Rachel Whiteread.

The Whitechapel Gallery’s name is synonymous with being at the forefront of the best of modern and contemporary art. We work with and support the greatest artists of today and consistently welcome the UK’s most culturally informed and influential audiences.

The Whitechapel Gallery gave UK audiences the first opportunity to see major solo exhibitions of world-class artists such as Mark Rothko, David Hockney, Frida Kahlo, Anthony Gormley, Cindy Sherman and Sarah Lucas. Our wide-ranging work ensures the best route to communicate your brand and values with the right audiences.

For more information about working with the Whitechapel Gallery, please contact:

Alexandra Lawson
Corporate Development Manager
T: +44 (0)20 7522 7864
E:
alexandralawson@whitechapelgallery.org

 

Whitechapel Gallery
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Values
Our work revolves around bringing the best modern and contemporary art to audiences irrespective of their age, background, or abilities.

Audiences
The Gallery consistently welcomes around 375,000 visitors a year from day trippers to some of the world’s most influential art collectors.

Diversity and inclusion
The Whitechapel Gallery is committed to providing equality of access to all audiences throughout all our work in the Gallery and externally with our partners.

Nurturing Creativity and Innovation
Innovation sits at the heart of everything we do, from our ground-breaking exhibitions and pioneering education programme to showcasing some of London’s most exciting new talent and our award winning apprenticeship programme.

Whitechapel Gallery Audience Profile

The Whitechapel Gallery welcomes some of the UK’s most dynamic audiences who share our passion for  world-class art, innovation and creativity.

We take a collaborative approach to enable our visitors to engage with our Corporate Partners.

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