attractions in old street
Attractions in Old Street
Opened in 2007, Rivington Place art gallery is a building committed to culturally varied visual arts. The gallery is a joint venture between Autograph ABP and the Institute of International Visual Arts. The art works displayed here are meant to prompt debates on cultural diversity.
20 Hoxton Square
The spacious gallery is located opposite White Cube in Hoxton Square. The art work in the gallery is contemporary and modern. The place houses numerous exhibitions by emerging artists covering everything from collage and wall paintings to watercolours and photography. The gallery has two halls, a screening room and other spaces.
This revolutionary contemporary art gallery is run by director Rebecca May Marston. He first took on the Hoxton art scene with a grand project of 12 shows by 12 unrepresented artists in 12 months.
With Ikea and William Morris under the same roof, Geffrye Museum is definitely a must visit. The focus of the museum is the varying style of English domestic interior from as early as 1600s to the present. It is within charming 18th century almshouses and is surrounded by gardens. Come and enjoy the evolution from Georgian interiors to the Victorian ones.
Established in 2005 by Adrian Evans and Jon Levy, the Host focuses on Photojournalism and contemporary mixed media. The gallery hosts some compelling shoes by renowned artists. The standard of gallery is apparent from the kind of shows they present and the clients they have.