The Gilbert & George Centre

5a Heneage St, London E1 5LJ, United Kingdom

The Gilbert & George Centre was originally established as a registered charity by the artist in 2009 with the objective to advance the education of the public in the arts, and generally to advance the arts, architecture, heritage, and culture for the benefit of the public especially but not exclusively by the preservation, after the deaths of George & Gilbert, of the properties in Fournier Street occupied by them and the collections, archives and works of art created by them.

The building’s conversion has been designed by SIRS Architects, in close collaboration with Gilbert & George, to house three state of the art exhibition gallery spaces, each differing in scale and feel. The artists’ vision of both architectural spaces and art display was embedded into the projects design, by restoring the building’s original appearance while creating a sustainable project with contemporary exhibition spaces suitable for their art at the same time.

Contacts & Details


Fri – Sun 10am – 5pm

T: +44 20 7477 2484

5a Heneage St, London E1 5LJ, United Kingdom
Represented Artists
Gilbert & George
Past Exhibitions
Gilbert & George: The Paradisical Pictures
Gilbert & George take their place in this disquieting vision of a heavenly place in a manner resembling psychical reports or transmissions from a journey deep into an enchanted forest or overgrown park.
01 Apr 2023
The Gilbert & George Centre
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