Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Kensington Gardens, London
Greater London, United Kingdom
closed on: open during exhibitions
Museum Type: Cultural centers
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The Serpentine Sackler Gallery is a contemporary art center in London, located in the Kensington Gardens Royal Park.

The Gallery, opened in 2013, is housed in a former early 19th century gunpowder store with an impressive expansion, designed by Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid.
The Serpentine Sackler Gallery is primarily devoted to seasonal temporary exhibitions, usually four a year, but is also a social space and a centre for the dissemination of contemporary art.

At the Gallery a shop and a high-quality restaurant are also available to the visitors.
The Serpentine Sackler building is fully accessible to people with disabilities.

The gallery is at a few minutes’ walk from the other Serpentine Gallery, located on the opposite side of the garden’s Serpentine Lake and easily reachable through a bridge.

Review by Riccardo Bianchini, Inexhibit
Photos © Inexhibit, 2014

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