The Holidays Are Almost Here!

Whitechapel Gallery

The holidays are almost here! This season, why not treat your loved ones and share your support for the Gallery by gifting a recommended read, edition, or vintage poster?

Collectors of the surreal will love Gareth Cadwallader’s work Gaudi (2022), while the artist in the family will delight in Andrew Grassie’s Palette (2022). Or, for the lover of humour, look no further than the comical frustrations that underpin Milly Thompson’s Ray grows irritated with the wait (2022).

Don’t forget that Whitechapel Gallery Members receive an exclusive 10% discount on editions and catalogues. Join our community of artists and art lovers to gain exclusive access to exhibitions and events all year round.

Last Shipping Date: 4 December
Last Collection Date: 14 December

Whitechapel Gallery Holiday Pick

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Gifts Under £500

Gareth Cadwallader
Gaudi, 2022
Digital pigment and silkscreen print on Hahnemuehle Baryta FB Gloss
29.7 x 34.5 cm
Edition of 30, signed and numbered

(Members Price £315)

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Gifts Under £400

Andrew Grassie
Palette, 2022
Photopolymer etching on Somerset Velvet White, 300gsm
29.6 x 36.6cm
Edition of 30, signed and numbered

(Members Price £315)

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Gifts Under £250

Milly Thompson
Ray grows irritated with the wait, 2022
Digital pigment print with metallic silkscreen onto Somerset Velvet paper, 330gsm
Edition of 40, signed and numbered

(Members Price £198)

19 Tony Bevan

Gifts Under £50

Whitechapel Gallery Rare & Archive Posters

Browse our selection of vintage rare and archive exhibition posters celebrating Whitechapel Gallery’s illustrious history from pioneering group shows through to standout solo exhibitions stretching back to the mid-1980s.


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Gifts Under £25

Moving Bodies, Moving Images

Published to accompany the Moving Bodies, Moving Images exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery, this 200-page catalogue illustrates a bold assembly of contemporary moving image works through a full selection of colour stills and three newly commissioned essays exploring the political and narrative potential of the performing body.