The White Cube, Mason's Yard

The White Cube, Mason's Yard

The White Cube, Mason's Yard
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Marion M
Watford, UK88 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022
Fabulous exhibition of the work of Orozco (to 12 November). Spacious Gallery, quiet (you can reflect and go round as many times as you like). Very helpful staff; unobtrusive but friendly.
Written 2 November 2022
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futtock21
London, UK16,240 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Solo
Gilbert seems to have aged more than George or maybe George is able to hide his wrinkles beneath his spectacles. They are dressed in each work in their usual matching immaculate suits and ties although different suits and ties for most pictures, in every case contrasting with the depictions of urban grime, dustbin collections and even a reference to the death of Hong Kong democracy elsewhere in these works all capturing the mood of 2020. Indeed the entire exhibition Is called A New Normal. Yet Gilbert and George are not remotely normal. And nor is there anything new stylistically or otherwise in these works covering two floors and in three sizes, moderately vast on the ground floor, exponentially vast and small in the basement almost equivalent to the tracking of the Covid-19 pandemic. The only new normal therefore is the fact that this exhibition is open to the public at all combined with the necessity to book in advance but wear a mask.
Written 4 May 2021
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Ian C
London, UK23,741 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
The modern gallery building is said to be the only stand-alone building erected in Mayfair for many years. Located near Christie's auction house, standing in a hidden courtyard, you reach the gallery down a couple of narrow alleys.

There are two floors of display spaces, with the ground floor windows providing views out to the Mayfair courtyard outside, in which White Cube holds a changing series of exhibitions on international modern and contemporary artists, the most recent being Bram Bogart, a Dutch artist who lived from 1921 to 2012 whose swirling paint paintings are more like sculptural installations created from plaster or icing sugar.
Written 7 April 2020
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Swetrat
Portsmouth, UK803 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
This is a modern and slightly incongruous gallery with display space on ground floor and basement levels close to Piccadilly and Pall Mall. The changing exhibitions focus on modern artists and we were fortunate to see the recent and entertaining sculptures of Anthony Gormley. Admission is free.
Written 27 January 2020
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gary w
Chiswick, UK1,238 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
A small intimate gallery off Piccadilly with Gormley's signature figures in cast iron blocks, very thoughtful and even playful ... worth seeing if you like his style
See my pics
Written 21 November 2019
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gary w
Chiswick, UK1,238 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
Intimate gallery, allowing for close up contact with works - the Jeff Wall photos are quite disparate in style and content but have interesting features - see their website
Free entry, so well worth a visit !
Written 10 August 2019
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124 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Friends
Having visited the Bermondsey space earlier, the Mason's Yard White Cube is smaller and yet allows great engagement with the works on display. It is a fair bit of a walking distance from the nearest tube station. Must visit for those who are interested in Contemporary Art.
Written 18 November 2018
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futtock21
London, UK16,240 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Solo
White Cube is a trilogy of exhibition spaces, two in London and one in New York. This is the original London venue, much smaller than Bermondsey yet partly subterranean, with a larger gallery space one floor below ground than the one at ground floor level which also accommodates a small bookshop. As there is no information outside or even a name badge one might be forgiven for thinking this is just some disused warehouse or storage space. And if one is not a fan of contemporary art one might be of the same opinion even after entering. When I visited both floors were exhibiting large canvasses by Julie Mehretu whose works are said to be at once examples of gestural abstraction yet also motivated by political and historical concerns. Yet given the abstraction how one is supposed to see such influences is to my mind something of a mystery. I just liked the colours.

Written 1 October 2018
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