Local galleries open their doors to late-night visitors. Experience a range of art in East London at:
46 Ashfield St, London E1 2AJ
6.00pm – 10.00pm
Housed across a pair of renovated Georgian houses, GALLERY46 reveals the independence of a multi-disciplinary gallery who continue to push boundaries in the approach of their curation.
For Nocturnal Creatures GALLERY46 presents FOXY, a short film capturing footage of London foxes over lockdown by artist Jess Albarn, Cedric Christie, and musician and composer, Nick Powell, with help from Georgina Catt and Dario Illari.
1a Tenter Ground, London E1 7NH
A.I. is a gallery, platform and curatorial project space for emerging artists committed to encouraging an East-West dialogue. The gallery is collaborating with Artists at Risk and have been matched with two new artists who will be hosted in their studio residence (Jul-Sep). Their summer group show will be a limited edition print fundraiser.
92 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RL
Gallery Opening Hours: 12 – 6pm
SEASON will be hosting a night of playful meditation, sound and movement, enabling people to experience the artworks in their summer exhibition through the body.
Opening Hours: 6 – 11pm
Buy beautifully illustrated books, the latest exhibition catalogues and art-inspired gifts in the Whitechapel Gallery bookshop. Managed by Walther Koenig Books, the Whitechapel Gallery bookshop offers a wide range of titles on modern and contemporary art, photography, architecture and art theory.
84b Whitechapel High St, London E1 7QX
Britain’s largest anarchist bookshop has been working with Whitechapel Gallery on a community project in Angel Alley, exploring the notion of co-operative support and the social ecology of this site. 10% off all purchases and a free copy of A Potted History of Freedom.