The iconic site for the Gagosian Open presentation of 'Nan Goldin: Sisters, Saints, Sibyls' is a deconsecrated Presbyterian church in Soho known as the Welsh chapel. The Grade II–listed structure was built in 1888 by James Cubitt and served as an important religious and cultural site for London’s Welsh community before closing for worship in 1982. Since then, the landmark building has had many lives. Now home to Stone Nest, an arts organization that aims to bring exceptional and experimental art to the public, this architectural gem offers a space where audiences can encounter eclectic cultural programs. Gagosian’s temporary exhibition...
Gagosian Open
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