Art Galleries in the United Kingdom

  1. Tate Modern

    Tate Modern

    Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern art. Located in London, it is one of the family of four Tate galleries which display selections from the Tate Collection. The Collection comprises the national collection of British art from the year 1500 to the present day, and of international modern art.

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    Tate Liverpool

    Tate Liverpool, located in the port city of Liverpool in the north of England, is one of the family of four Tate galleries which display selections from the Tate Collection. This comprises the national collection of British art from the year 1500 to the present day, and of international modern art.

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    Serpentine Gallery

    Serpentine Gallery is one of London's best-loved galleries for modern and contemporary art. Its Exhibition, Architecture, Education and Public Programmes attract approximately 750,000 visitors a year and admission is free.

  4. Maddox Gallery

    Maddox Gallery

    Contemporary art gallery in Mayfair, London exhibiting an eclectic mix of paintings, sculpture and prints by blue chip, established and emerging artists.

  5. Shapero Modern

    Shapero Modern

    Shapero Modern focuses on contemporary prints and works on paper, and was launched under the guidance of Tabitha Philpott-Kent in the spring of 2014. The gallery stages four to five exhibitions a year, each with a curatorial theme.

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    NOW Gallery

    NOW Gallery is a new public exhibition space for contemporary art and design in London's Greenwich Peninsula. A permanent, free gallery which features work by a programme of unique three-month commissions from established and emerging artists, designers and other creative practitioners.

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    Walker Art Gallery

    The Walker Art Gallery is the national gallery of the North. The history of the gallery and its collection reflects the people of Liverpool's commitment to and appreciation of the arts. It also illustrates the generosity of the city's leaders in ensuring public access to such works.