Ben Uri Museum

Art, Galleries South Hampstead
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Ben Uri Museum

A Kilburn art gallery with a variety of works.

A great gallery in north London displaying works by artists with Jewish heritage, as well as other emigre artists, exploring the themes of identity and migration. They also host life drawing classes and during the holidays have regular children's activities.


Venue name: Ben Uri Museum
Address: 108a Boundary Rd
Opening hours: 1pm-5.30pm Mon; 10am-5.30pm Tue-Fri; 11am-5pm Sat, Sun
Transport: Tube: Kilburn Park
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Very special little gallery with a mighty Collection and top-notch exhibitions. They also do a lot of work with the local community and are involved in learning and wellbeing programmes with the elderly. Such a shame that they don't have the big premises that they deserve - I encourage everyone to nominate Ben Uri to help them achieving this aim! In a time when migration and identity play such an important role in our lives, Ben Uri is a leading voice and offers inspiration to so many Londoners. Go Ben Uri, go!

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Beautiful hidden museum, unexpected location and artwork. Worth a visit, specially if you're into the arts.

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Hidden gem of a gallery space, hidden away in leafy NW8 (just off Abbey Road).  I've lived in NW London for almost 5 years and only just discovered it.  The current exhibition on Sir William Rothenstein and his close contemporaries is well worth seeing  - particularly good to see the stunning Day of Atonement by Jacob Kramer.

Nice to go into an Art Gallery on a Saturday afternoon and have the entire place to yourself.  A calm, well-curated space.