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Last week, we brought you news about exciting forthcoming exhibitions at the Courtauld, the Wallace Collection, and the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
London is packed with smaller art galleries: the choice is fantastic.
From the Wapping Project in East London to the South London Gallery, to the Camden Arts Centre, London’s art offerings are many and varied. There’s the Serpentine in Kensington Gardens, the Gagosian on Britannia Street, the brilliantly named Haunch of Venison, and the Parasol Unit, to name but a few. In East London alone, you can tour more than 100 galleries for free as part of Time Out’s First Thursdays campaign.
We want your recommendations.
When the queue snakes around the corner at the Royal Academy, and you don’t feel like pushing through the crowds at the V&A, Tate Modern or the National Portrait Gallery, which are the smaller London galleries that get your vote?
Let us know!