Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art
108a Boundary Road
020 7604 3991
020 7604 3992
Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art, is Britain's oldest Jewish cultural organisation. It was established in 1915 in London's East End to provide support for the many Jewish artists and craftspeople
Its mission for this new century is to inform the widest public in Britain and abroad of the life, work and contribution of British and European artists of Jewish descent examined alongside their contemporaries as a seamless part of the rich mosaic of the National cultural heritage.
Important exhibitions held during the last four years have seen the Ben Uri establish a national and international position. Exhibitions include: Mark Gertler, Jacob Epstein, Jacob Kramer, Abram Games, Marc Chagall
Mon - Fri 10 - 5.30pm Summer
Mon - Thurs 10 - 5.30pm, Fri 10 - 3pm Winter
Sun - 12 - 4
£5 adults; £4 concession
FREE for CHILDREN & NACF members
Access: The gallery welcomes disabled people and endeavours to care for all needs. We regret that access to Galleries and lavatories is extremely difficult with a steep staircase. We are able to assist visitors who use wheelchairs if notified in advance.
The Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art boasts a permenant collection of over 200 British and european artists reflecting close to 1000 works of art across all mediums. The society aims to develop its wide range of cultural activities and to establish a permenant home for the collection. A number of sponsorship opportunities are available.
Key artists and exhibits
- Key artists in the permenant collection include Frank Auerbach, Mark Gertler, David Bomberg, Jacob Epstein, Jacob Kramer, Leon Kossof, R B Kitaj, Martin Bloch, Arthir Segal and Alfred Wolmark. More contemporary anglo- Jewish artists include Julie Held and David Breuer-Weil.