Located in Bankside, Central London, the “Tate Modern” showcases modern and contemporary art galleries from 1900 to the present. Converted from an old power station and with several floors, there are a wide range of exhibitions covering a number of themes. On each level you will find different exhibitions, from installation and video art on level 0 to contemporary art in collaboration on level 1.
The “Arnolfini” is, amongst other things, a contemporary art gallery in Bristol. Entry to the gallery is free, and you can view exhibitions from contemporary artists around the world. In the past, there have been works exhibited by the likes of Paul McCartney and Louise Bourgeois. The “Arnolfini” also has an arts bookshop, a cinema and live art.
Found at Duke of York’s Headquarters, London, the “Saatchi Gallery” exhibits works by largely unknown but upcoming contemporary artists. In recent times, the gallery has showcased some of the most popular exhibitions around, including “Newspeak” and “Abstract America”. On display you can view collections by new British artists, sculptures by Richard Wilson and many more. Entry is free of charge.
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Founded in 1946, the “ICA” is a centre for art and culture. Located on The Mall, in London, you can find contemporary art galleries, bookshops, cinemas and more inside. The “ICA” has upper and lower galleries showcasing collections and displays from contemporary artists. On at the moment are collections from new contemporary artists, installation art, collections of paintings and more.
White Cloth Gallery
Based in Leeds, “White Cloth Gallery” is a recently opened gallery for photography and film. In the past, there have been photography exhibitions on things such as Duffy’s iconic David Bowie image. At the moment, there is a music event called “Swan Love”, which includes dancers, musicians and visuals highlighting the charitable cause of “Hand in Hand”, a charity for the children of Syria.