In case the weather is typically British this bank holiday, why not plan to head to Duke of York Square’s Saatchi Gallery, where its current exhibition profiles nine artists, each cherry picked from the cream of America’s young, bold, abstract talent laid out across the top floor of the expansive gallery. The Saatchi gallery is now in its 25th year of supporting emerging artists and is unwavering in its commitment to bring us the tantalising and often untraditional from the rising stars of the global art world.
For even more experiential excursions, TASCHEN London bookstore and gallery is bibliophile heaven dedicated to the perusal of eclectic art books. With its cool and collected space, muted tones and superb lighting, there is no better place to discover TASCHEN collectible books covering art, design, architecture, pop culture and travel.
And if these aren’t enough to build up a hunger, why not visit the Saturday Market, and celebrate the diverse and evolving world of fine, local, British and International foods. The market has an average of 70 mouth-watering stalls every Saturday and is bound to get the taste buds of every family member tingling. The market opens at 10am and closes at 4pm every Saturday.
Our shops have reopened their doors and many of our restaurants’ terraces are open for alfresco dining in the spring sunshine. We want to reassure you that your safety remains paramount, measures are in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.
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