From maisonettes and warehouse-style apartments with a distinctively London edge, to studios and flats with one to four bedrooms, these are homes with character.

A penthouse epitomises the very best of Islington Square, from the lovingly restored former mail sorting office to the flamboyant curves of the new building. Its unique architecture creates an abundance of space, offering a floor plan rarely seen in modern developments.

£6.50, Concessions £4.50
National Art Pass £3.25
Free to school children and full time students with valid NUS ID card.
Admission to café and shop free.

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

One Hundred Years of Futurism: Aesthetics, Politics and Performance By John London University of Chicago Press, 2018 310 pg, 32 color plates ISBN: 9781783208425 Buy…

Enrico Prampolini. Futurism, Stage Design and the Polish Avant-Garde Theatre June 9, 2017 – October 8, 2017 Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz Curated by Przemysław Strożek Enrico…

Giacomo Balla: Designing the Future April 5, 2017 – June 25, 2017 Estorick Collection, London This spring London’s Estorick Collection hosts a major exhibition by…

The Collection is known internationally for its core of Futurist works, as well as figurative art and sculpture dating from 1890 to the 1950s.

Opening times: Wednesday to Saturday 11.00-18.00 Sunday 12.00-17.00.  Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Open till 21.00 on the first Thursday of every month when there’s an exhibition.

From maisonettes and warehouse-style apartments with a distinctively London edge, to studios and flats with one to four bedrooms, these are homes with character.

A penthouse epitomises the very best of Islington Square, from the lovingly restored former mail sorting office to the flamboyant curves of the new building. Its unique architecture creates an abundance of space, offering a floor plan rarely seen in modern developments.

£6.50, Concessions £4.50
National Art Pass £3.25
Free to school children and full time students with valid NUS ID card.
Admission to café and shop free.

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

From maisonettes and warehouse-style apartments with a distinctively London edge, to studios and flats with one to four bedrooms, these are homes with character.

A penthouse epitomises the very best of Islington Square, from the lovingly restored former mail sorting office to the flamboyant curves of the new building. Its unique architecture creates an abundance of space, offering a floor plan rarely seen in modern developments.

£6.50, Concessions £4.50
National Art Pass £3.25
Free to school children and full time students with valid NUS ID card.
Admission to café and shop free.

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

One Hundred Years of Futurism: Aesthetics, Politics and Performance By John London University of Chicago Press, 2018 310 pg, 32 color plates ISBN: 9781783208425 Buy…

Enrico Prampolini. Futurism, Stage Design and the Polish Avant-Garde Theatre June 9, 2017 – October 8, 2017 Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz Curated by Przemysław Strożek Enrico…

Giacomo Balla: Designing the Future April 5, 2017 – June 25, 2017 Estorick Collection, London This spring London’s Estorick Collection hosts a major exhibition by…

From maisonettes and warehouse-style apartments with a distinctively London edge, to studios and flats with one to four bedrooms, these are homes with character.

A penthouse epitomises the very best of Islington Square, from the lovingly restored former mail sorting office to the flamboyant curves of the new building. Its unique architecture creates an abundance of space, offering a floor plan rarely seen in modern developments.

£6.50, Concessions £4.50
National Art Pass £3.25
Free to school children and full time students with valid NUS ID card.
Admission to café and shop free.

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

Rail/Underground
Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), 4 stops from Oxford Circus and 1 stop from Kings Cross. London Overground (formerly Silverlink Metro) to Highbury and Islington Station. Network Southeast to Essex Road Station.

Buses
271 to door; 4, 19, 30, 43 to Upper Street/Canonbury Lane; 38, 56, 73, 341 to Essex and Canonbury Roads

We have two bike racks located in the gallery garden

One Hundred Years of Futurism: Aesthetics, Politics and Performance By John London University of Chicago Press, 2018 310 pg, 32 color plates ISBN: 9781783208425 Buy…

Enrico Prampolini. Futurism, Stage Design and the Polish Avant-Garde Theatre June 9, 2017 – October 8, 2017 Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz Curated by Przemysław Strożek Enrico…

Giacomo Balla: Designing the Future April 5, 2017 – June 25, 2017 Estorick Collection, London This spring London’s Estorick Collection hosts a major exhibition by…

The Collection is known internationally for its core of Futurist works, as well as figurative art and sculpture dating from 1890 to the 1950s.

Opening times: Wednesday to Saturday 11.00-18.00 Sunday 12.00-17.00.  Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Open till 21.00 on the first Thursday of every month when there’s an exhibition.

Tate is an institution that houses the United Kingdom 's national collection of British art, and international modern and contemporary art. It is a network of four art museums: Tate Britain , London (until 2000 known as the Tate Gallery, founded 1897), Tate Liverpool (founded 1988), Tate St Ives , Cornwall (founded 1993) and Tate Modern , London (founded 2000), with a complementary website, Tate Online (created 1998). Tate is not a government institution, but its main sponsor is the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport . [1] [2]

The name 'Tate' is used also as the operating name for the corporate body, which was established by the Museums and Galleries Act 1992 as 'The Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery'.

During the 1950s and 1960s, the visual arts department of the Arts Council of Great Britain funded and organised temporary exhibitions at the Tate Gallery including, in 1966, a retrospective of Marcel Duchamp . Later, the Tate began organising its own temporary exhibition programme. In 1979 with funding from a Japanese bank a large modern extension was opened that would also house larger income generating exhibitions. In 1987, the Clore Wing opened to house the major part of the Turner bequest and also provided a 200-seat auditorium. (The "Centenary Development," in 2001, provided improved access and public amenities)

From maisonettes and warehouse-style apartments with a distinctively London edge, to studios and flats with one to four bedrooms, these are homes with character.

A penthouse epitomises the very best of Islington Square, from the lovingly restored former mail sorting office to the flamboyant curves of the new building. Its unique architecture creates an abundance of space, offering a floor plan rarely seen in modern developments.

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Exhibitions - Estorick Collection

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