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7 Issue 61 / 2014 TRAVEL 5. The STREET When talking ab`out art in East London, we would be crazy not to mention the vast amount of street art that can be seen in and around Brick Lane. Some of the best works in the East London area is represented by the new and eclectic art that can be seen on every corner. So for our last gallery recommendation, we'd like to recommend that you pop down to Brick Lane and take in the art that decorates this great part of London. For a day out on the town in London, why not see something new. New galleries with new artists and great exhibitions can all be found in East London. Whether you want to see something in a gallery or on the street there is plenty to choose from. So go forth and explore, and most of all, enjoy new art! 1. The Brick Lane Gallery Situated at 196 Brick Lane, this is a contemporary fine art gallery with a beautiful exhibition space that showcases artists from all over the world. The gallery usually presents a wide variety of exhibitions like solo-shows and group-shows using all mediums. Their upcoming exhibit is contemporary painting, which features the work of Alex Morton, Dimitra Vivelli, Ellie Depp, Elisenda Vila, and Joanna Dudziak, to name a few. 3. Pure Evil Our third pick is an East End street art and graffiti gallery that features the work of artist Pure Evil himself, as well as art by other international street art- ists. This gallery focuses on the prin- ciples of the contemporary street art world. Its mission consists in pushing the boundaries of art, also through experimental films and live music ses- sions. 2. Pictures on Walls Our second recommended gallery is a gallery space, and art shop, that mainly focuses on the exhibition and sale of art from well-known street artists like Banksy, Space Invader, EVOL, and Cyclops. Their last ex- hibit featured the artwork of Shok-1, whose works are available for sale. 4. The Stolen Space Gallery Based on 17 Osborn Street, the Stolen Space Gallery shows a wide range of artists and mediums. Their upcom- ing exhibits are going to host some of the best works by RONE, Charlie Anderson, Miss Van, OLEK and EINE. Can't Miss IT! 45 London has always been thought of as a city with great art. Londoners and tourists alike are all familiar with the great museums and galleries that this city offers. Places like the Tate Britain, the V & A, are great places to go if you want to walk through a quiet museum, battling tourists to see something you've seen a thousand times in an art book. But if you want to see something you've never seen before in the freshest and most up and com- ing area in London, than look no further than this article. 5 BEST ART GALLERIES IN EAST LONDON East London and the area around Brick Lane is known- for being a place for up and coming artists, designers and creators. So, it makes perfect sense that some of the best new art and artists can be found here.

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