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Poetry and Visual Art: Gallery Day Schedule – 18th February

This is the finalised schedule for the gallery day of Tamar Yoseloff’s Poetry and Visual Art two-day course. You can find more details of the course here.

  • 10:30am:              Gagosian, 6-24 Britannia Street (off Grays Inn Road) London WC1X 9JD

King’s Cross / St Pancras Tube / Rail – Euston Road exit (10 mins)

Richard Serra (until 10th March). Recent large-scale steel sculptures from the US artist. We will be starting the session promptly at 10:30 with a tour of the exhibition, so please arrive in good time (the gallery opens at 10am).


  • 12pm:                   Victoria Miro, 16 Wharf Road (off City Road) London N1 7RW

Old Street Tube, City Road exit (10-15 mins)

Do Ho Suh: Passage/s (until 18th March). A new show of installation / sculptural works from the London-based Korean artist, which explores the theme of home. There will be a tour of the exhibition at 12 noon. There will also be an opportunity to view the Tschabalala Self exhibition at Parasol unit, as the two galleries are joined.


  • 1:15-2:15pm:           Lunch

The lunch hour is free, but if you’d like to stay with the group, we will meet in the Pret a Manger in Eagle House, 161 City Rd (between the galleries and Old Street tube), where you can purchase sandwiches, salads and hot food and drinks.


  • 2:45pm:                Switch House, Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG

Between Object and Architecture. We’ll be visiting the Level 2 galleries in Switch House, the new wing of Tate Modern, where works by Roni Horn, Donald Judd, Carl Andre, Gego, Saloua Raouda Choucair, Eva Hesse and Tony Cragg are on show.


  • 4:00pm:                Tate Café, Level One, Boiler House, Tate Modern

We will reconvene at the Café on Level One in the Boiler House wing of Tate Modern for a round-up of the day. Teas, coffee, cake and light meals are available from the café to purchase. The session will end at around 4:30pm.

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