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Serpentine Gallery

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Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA

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Filed under: Museum / gallery
Location: Kensington
Nearest tube: High Street Kensington

Centrally located, the Serpentine is one of Britain's best-loved galleries, set in the unique location of Kensington Gardens. A vibrant changing Exhibition Programme is presented in four large, beautifully proportioned rooms, including the high-domed space in the central gallery. In the evening, the stylish exterior lighting of this Neo Classical Grade II listed building creates a dramatic entrance for approaching guests. 

 

The Future Contemporaries Annual Party

The Future Contemporaries Annual Party is organised especially for this dedicated programme, created for a new generation of philanthropists. The evening will offer an opportunity to view the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2010, designed by Jean Nouvel, out of public hours and to become a member of this diverse group of individuals, aged 39 and under, who share an enthusiasm for the arts with a focus on contemporary art.

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