White Cube's largest gallery in Bermondsey, South London

White Cube’s programme extends across its three gallery spaces: Bermondsey in South London, Mason’s Yard in St. James’s, London and Hong Kong Central district, as well as online exhibitions. Since its inception in 1993, the gallery has exhibited the work of many of the world’s most highly acclaimed contemporary artists.

White Cube Bermondsey
144 -152 Bermondsey Street
London
SE13TQ
+44 207 930 5373
  • Takis, 12 May - 27 June 2021

    Takis

    Installation view at White Cube Bermondsey

    12 May - 27 June 2021

    Takis

    12 May - 27 June 2021
    Organised in collaboration with the Takis Foundation, this exhibition presents over 50 significant works from across the late Greek artist’s career. A pioneer of kinetic art, Takis (1925–2019) made sculptures, paintings, performances and sound works which incorporated invisible forces as a 'fourth dimension’, developing unique and often mystical forms which embody time, space and energy. Featuring key works from Takis’ most important series, including Signals, Télé-Peintures and Musicals, this exhibition provides an in-depth overview of the artist's lifelong exploration of art and science.
  • Bronwyn Katz: I turn myself into a star and visit my loved ones in the sky, 12 May - 26...

    Bronwyn Katz
    I turn myself into a star and visit my loved ones in the sky.
    White Cube Bermondsey
    12 May - 27 June 2021
    © the artist. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis)

    Bronwyn Katz: I turn myself into a star and visit my loved ones in the sky

    12 May - 26 June 2021
    Bronwyn Katz’s (b. 1993, Kimberley, South Africa) first solo exhibition in London features new sculptures that deal with materiality, narrative and social history, and address how each of these are intrinsically interconnected. Titled after constellations of stars to offer a means of tracing her own ancestral line, Katz’s new sculptures are made with found materials such as metal bed frames, bed springs and pot scourers. Often salvaging furniture from places in states of flux -cities where the artist might be living or has lived in the past - Katz has incorporated the bed into her artistic vocabulary from the outset, using it as a symbol to explore issues around land, homelessness and belonging.