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Ben Uri Gallery & Museum
Ben Uri Gallery & Museum

Ben Uri was founded by Lazar Berson, an émigré Russian artist, in 1915 in Whitechapel, an area with a large Jewish immigrant population. Ben Uri supported the Jewish immigrant artists and collected their works. Ben Uri, The Art Museum for Everyone, presents internationally focussed exhibitions from its gallery in St John’s Wood whilst it prepares to move to a larger space in central London. Ben Uri is recognised as one of the best small museums in London. This extraordinary and growing collection of over 1,300 works, principally by artists of European Jewish descent, is the largest and most distinguished of its kind in the world. Today it contains works by over 300 classic and contemporary artists. The instantly recognisable include Auerbach, Bomberg, Breuer-Weil, Castel, Chagall, Epstein, Freedman, Gertler, Grosz, Herman, Hirszenberg, Kossoff, Kramer, Levy, Liebermann, Meninsky, Minkowski, Pissarro, Rubin, Ryback, Segal, Solomon, Ury and Wolmark.

Ben Uri Gallery & Museum

108a Boundary Road, St John's Wood, London, Greater London NW8 0RH England

0207 604 3991

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  • 26 May 2019

    #onthisday Enrico Glicenstein. Born 24 May, 1870 in Turek, Poland and died 30 December, 1942 in New York, U.S. Enrico, born Enoch Hendryk, Glicenstein has been a part of Ben Uri's history almost since its...