Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) works with artists, curators, creative producers, writers and the public to explore the diversity of society. It generates ideas for debate and a greater understanding of the complexities of the contemporary world through exhibitions, events, learning and digital initiatives, and research projects. Iniva programmes at Rivington Place, off-site as well as virtually.
Rivington Place opened in October 2007 in the heart of Shoreditch, East London, and home to Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) and Autograph ABP’s dynamic artistic programmes. Rivington Place is the UK’s first permanent public space dedicated to diversity in the visual arts and the first new public gallery to be built in London for 40 years since the Hayward Gallery. Housing gallery and education spaces, the Stuart Hall Library, meeting rooms to hire and a café, it provides a space for viewing, learning about and researching contemporary art.
They are a 7 minute walk from Shoreditch High Street station, 9 minutes from Old Street station and 10 minutes from Hoxton station.
Buses: The 149, 67 and 48 stop close by on Shoreditch High Street.
Please contact Transport for London for detailed travel advice tfl.gov.uk.