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50-58 Vyner Street, London, United Kingdom

Wilkinson Gallery

Wilkinson Gallery, established in 1998, is owned and run by Amanda and Anthony Wilkinson. In 2001, the Video Project Space was set up in the basement, presenting a parallel program of historical video over three years. Following this, Wilkinson presented the first London solo exhibitions by key women artists Joan Jonas (2004), Dara Birnbaum (2009) and Laurie Simmons (2011). The gallery is also the first to work with the Estates of Jimmy De Sana (2009) and Derek Jarman (2013). Artists represented from early in their career include George Shaw, who went on to be nominated for the Turner Prize, 2011 and Sung Hwan Kim who had the first solo show in the Tanks, Tate Modern, 2012. In 2007, the gallery moved to a 560sq m space and the program has expanded to include artists working in new media (Juliette Bonneviot/Ilja Karilampi) and artists from Asia (Heman Chong/Jewyo Rhii).

50-58 Vyner Street, E2 9DQ


Getting to: Wilkinson Gallery

They are 5 minutes walk from Cambridge Heath station. Alternatively they are 12 minutes walk from both London Fields and Bethnal Green stations.

Buses: The 106 stops on Cambridge Heath Road, and the 48 and 55 stop at Cambridge Heath Station.

Please contact Transport for London for detailed travel advice tfl.gov.uk.

 

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