The display of Fine art, Architecture and Design in the context of Georgian Spitalfields London – Art works are made available for public viewing, Eleven Spitalfields Gallery has two ground floor Georgian paneled rooms of fine proportions providing great flexibility for display. The gallery is named after the East end creative quarter of London in which it is based, in the Fournier Street conservation area. The house was originally built by Samuel Worrell in 1720. The owners Chris and Sarah Dyson restored the house in the heart of Spitalfields in 2007 creating a home, studio and gallery space to promote fine art, architecture and design according to their own interests. As an architect and collectors this is a natural extension of their shared passion for art. Exhibitions at the gallery cover a wide scope including painting, sculpture, photography, video and installations. The gallery hosts international, emerging and established artists. Eleven Spitalfields regularly collaborates on curatorial projects.
They are a 9 minute walk from Aldgate East and Shoreditch High Street stations.
Buses: The 67 stops at short distance, on Commercial Street.
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