Gagosian Britannia St

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  • Address:

    Gagosian Britannia St 6-24 Britannia St
    WC1X 9JD

  • Venue phone:

    020 7841 9960

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  • Opening hours:

    Tue–Sat 10am-6pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: King's Cross

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    1. Gagosian Britannia St
      • 6-24 Britannia St
        WC1X 9JD
      • 020 7841 9960
      • 51.5301,-0.118423

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Richard Serra


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American artist Richard Serra is renowned for his gargantuan works where huge, twisting torques of steel completely dwarf the viewer. He exhibits in vast public spaces and the world’s top galleries. So what better choice, you might think, for a show during...

Richard Serra

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I'm not one of the folk who make enough to purchase something from the Gagosian Galleries, but I appreciate the access to some amazing art Gagosian and his team bring to average folk like me. Yes the staff can be reserved or snooty but that's the case in most galleries. And yes security hovered (in some galleries more than others) as I leant super close to the works but no one said anything. It's a public gallery and any crazy can walk in and in 5 seconds damage an iconic (or expensive!) work of art.


Its worth it just to see the security guys ... ive never seen so 'attentive' security ever ... you get the impression their waiting to pounce on you. its not as if the art is actually worth stealing! :)


The art was intriguing and fun. I liked what I did see. Is Gagosian Gallery publicly funded? I know not!!! But one medium sized room with 5 security guards wandering around watching your every move...unnerving and un-necessary...uncomfortable... ...followed by a rather snobby and aloof atmosphere projected by the staff who work there. cant take photos and there is no souvenier shop for a postcard or picture...!!!!!!