London EC2A 3BE
020 7749 1240
Exhibitions: 11am - 6pm Tuesday - Friday.
Late night opening every Thursday until 9pm
Saturday: 12 - 6pm
Check website for full listings
Library: 10-5pm Monday-Friday by appointment
Tube Old Street, Liverpool Street
Rivington Place formally known as Iniva creates exhibitions, publications, multimedia, education and research projects, designed to bring the work of artists from culturally-diverse backgrounds to the attention of the widest possible public.
Anchored in the diversity of contemporary British culture and society, Rivington Place engages with culturally-diverse practices and ideas, both local and global.
Rivington Place invites artists and audiences to question assumptions about contemporary art and ideas. It acts as a catalyst for making these debates and artworks part of mainstream culture.
Working collaboratively with a wide range of
individuals and organisations Rivington Place aims:
To promote the work of artists, academics and curators from a plurality of cultures and cultural backgrounds
To increase knowledge and understanding of contemporary visual arts in the United Kingdom and abroad, with special emphasis on introducing new audiences to innovative art practice and scholarship of the highest order
To extend the intellectual, social and geographical boundaries of debate on contemporary visual art
To create opportunities for dialogue, collaboration and exchange of ideas and information about contemporary visual art practice between different cultures and continents
Rivington Place has partnered with
Autograph ABP, to build Rivington
Place a 15,000 square foot, five-floor
visual arts center in Shoreditch, East
The £8 million building designed by
David Adjaye is opening in Autumn
2007. It will be the first publicly
funded build of its kind since the
Hayward Gallery, 40 years ago.