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16 Wharf Rd., London, England N1 7RW, United Kingdom

Representing Turner Prize winners Chris Ofili and Grayson Perry, as well as renowned artists Peter Doig, Isaac Julien and William Eggleston, Victoria Miro has been known as the "grand dame of British art" since her first gallery opened in 1985. Today, Miro has moved her namesake gallery to a restored Victorian furniture factory located between Islington and Hoxton. Surrounded by polished cement and well-lit white walls, gallery patrons gaze upon hypnotic paintings and mesmerizing large-scale installations before strolling in the lush, art-studded garden. Serious art addicts can also sip wine and talk concepts at the gallery’svswanky openings.

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Victoria Miro Gallery

Representing Turner Prize winners Chris Ofili and Grayson Perry, as well as renowned artists Peter Doig, Isaac Julien and William Eggleston, Victoria Miro has been known as the "grand dame of British art" since her first gallery opened in 1985. Today, Miro has moved her namesake gallery to a restored Victorian furniture factory located between Islington and Hoxton. Surrounded by polished cement and well-lit white walls, gallery patrons gaze upon hypnotic paintings and mesmerizing large-scale installations before strolling in the lush, art-studded garden. Serious art addicts can also sip wine and talk concepts at the gallery’svswanky openings.