Ahead of its 120-year anniversary, Whitechapel Gallery announces a spring programme of exclusively women artists and a summer triennial in celebration of London’s emerging practitioners. Interpretative texts and audio content will be made available on the Gallery’s free digital guide as part of the Bloomberg Connects app.
Whitechapel Gallery is pleased to announce Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy, a major retrospective of the work of Eileen Agar (1899-1991).
This autumn’s new Archive exhibition delves into Whitechapel Gallery’s rich history and the educational activities that influenced the diverse cultural landscape of East London.
Considering the ways in which lockdown has affected experiences of art and culture, Whitechapel Gallery’s Youth Forum, Duchamp & Sons, presents a virtually-curated display featuring artworks drawn from the Hiscox Collection.
Artists Gary Hume and Sol Calero present works from the Hiscox Collection to go on public display for the first time.
Nalini Malani presents an immersive Animation Chamber for a major new commission at Whitechapel Gallery.
Whitechapel Gallery launches new podcast series and season of live digital events for autumn 2020
Whitechapel Gallery’s entirely free autumn 2020 exhibition season celebrates diversity in ideas, medium and practice through new artist commissions, retrospectives, archival material and international collection displays.
Max Mara, Whitechapel Gallery and Collezione Maramotti are delighted to announce Emma Talbot as the winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women.
A creator of spectacular and immersive environments Carlos Bunga (b. 1976, Porto, Portugal) is the latest artist commissioned by the Whitechapel Gallery to create a major new site-specific artwork, going on free display for six months.
The artist and writer Verónica Gerber Bicecci (b. 1981, Mexico) explores the effects of human and environmental catastrophe on landscape and language in this free display of photography, video and installation.
Whitechapel Gallery has been awarded £534,000 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced.
Whitechapel Gallery will reopen to the public on 14 July 2020 with new Health & Safety measures in place to prioritise the welfare of staff and visitors.
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