Visit London’s Top Art Galleries

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London holds a remarkable history of over 2000 years. Located on the banks of the River Thames, London is an excellent blend of museums, galleries, shopping areas, historical landmarks, entertainment and tourist attractions. Read on to learn more about these great art galleries, and also learn how you can benefit from taking a London Taxi whilst experiencing art in London.

Tate Modern Art Gallery

Tate Modern Art Gallery is England’s national art gallery. Established in the year 2000, it contains international art collections dating from the 1900s. It is a part of the Tate network which includes 4 art galleries. With over 4.5 million visitors every year, this gallery is the world’s most visited art gallery. The collections in the gallery are categorized into four groups: ‘History/Memory/Society’, ‘Nude/Action/Body’,’Landscape/Matter/Environment’ and ‘Still Life/Object/Real Life’.

 In 2006, spaces were allocated in different floors to exhibit special art from the twentieth century. Level 2 exhibits contemporary art collections that are open for visitors for 2-3 months. In level 3, you can find collections based on material gestures, poetry and dream. The paintings look lively depicting human emotions, abstraction and expressions. All temporary exhibitions with admission fees are hosted in level 4. Level 5 displays the works of famous artists based on energy, process and flux. You would definitely find that booking a London Taxi for your trip adds even more ease to your day. Do not rely on other forms of London transport to ensure you arrive at your destination on time.

Tate Britain

Tate Britain is another gallery under the Tate network and opened in 1897. This gallery contains traditional English collections which date from the 1500s. The majority of the collections are those of J.M.W.Turner. Every year, one artist is chosen for the Turner Prize award hosted in the gallery. The works of four authors are shortlisted and displayed. Works that display controversial and offensive works get priority and the best author is awarded the prestigious prize. The main space in the gallery displays permanent British collections and some rooms exhibit work of individual artists. The first Friday of every month is busy as visitors flood to the ‘Late’ at the gallery when live music, performance arts and exhibitions are offered at half-priced admission fees. So, rush up without waiting for buses or trains. You had better book London Taxis to enjoy these programs.

The National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery is an art gallery with over 10,000 portraits of historically important and famous people. This is the world’s first portrait gallery established in 1856 and is run by public sponsors from the Department for Culture, Media and Sports. After its expansion the gallery also exhibits paintings, sculptures and miniatures.

Trafalgar Square’s National Gallery

The best time-honored British and some European artists of the Romanticism, Renaissance & Baroque movements and their collections are displayed here. It is also home to some of the world’s finest western European paintings and collections. The gallery is open for all visitors without any admission fees.

All of these galleries are located at ideal locations convenient for travel. As you have private transportation operating 24/7, you need not worry about visiting galleries around London. You can also travel to any destination at your comfort. London Taxis are available for a safe and comfortable form of transportation for London’s visitors to and from different galleries and destinations.

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