White Cube Gallery

White Cube Gallery

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48 Hoxton Sq., London, England N1 6PB, United Kingdom

Perhaps the most influential contemporary gallery in London, White Cube was established by renowned art dealer Jay Jopling in 1993. In 2000, Jopling opened a new location in East London’s trendy Hoxton Square, amidst the largest artists’ enclave in Europe. Within the gallery’s striking industrial-style structure, two pristine exhibit spaces enable patrons to immerse themselves in cutting-edge work by celebrated British and international artists such as Damien Hirst, Sam Taylor-Wood, Tracey Emin and Chuck Close. The pieces represent a variety of media and range from the beautiful to the nightmarish. Festive gallery previews are also open to the public.

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