Francis Bacon, Damien Hirst, Richard Serra, Howard Hodgkin: while the gallery’s star-studded roster speaks for itself, there’s also plenty more to be said for this London branch of art magnate Larry Gagosian’s expansive gallery empire. Tucked away on a side street in King’s Cross, Gagosian is considered one of the greatest contemporary galleries in London but is also far enough from the usual art circuits to be one of the quietest, thus enabling patrons to become fully immersed in the exhibits. The gallery design is also impressive, with three pristine, well lit rooms and enough space to accommodate larger-than-life installations.
Parking can be limited, so you might want to consider taking the Tube; the closest station, King’s Cross, is only half a mile from the gallery.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Advance Tickets Recommended
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Handicapped Accessible