This gallery opened its doors in 1970 at Kensington Gardens of Hyde Park and not only has an attractive location, but also is peculiar in its consistently impressive and diverse program of exhibitions and superb dedication of curators Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans-Ulrich Obris. It is exceptionally exciting that the gallery policy excludes hard to understand conceptualism, dubious superficiality, snobbery and unintelligible trash. The gallery featured exhibitions by Philippe Parreno, Anish Kapoor, Wolfgang Tillmans, Gerhard Richter, Derek Jarman, Matthew Barney and many other notable figures of the contemporary art. The gallery also has a book store Koenig with a large selection of magazines and books on art, philosophy and cultural studies.
Admission is free.
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