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Maureen Paley as an art gallery started its journey in 1984 from a Victorian terraced house in East End of London. In the occasion of its 20th anniversary celebration in 2004, the gallery changed its name from initial Interim Art to Maureen Paley. In September 1990, this gallery shifted to its present location- 21 Herald Street, London. From the inception stage, the innermost aim of the gallery is to promote great and creative artists from every sphere of media.
Maureen Paley is the pioneer of presenting contemporary art in East End and presenting and showing art works from continental Europe and the USA with the initiation to uphold new talents from the UK. The main attractions of the gallery are Turner prizewinners Wolfgang Tillmans (2000) and Gillian Wearing (1997), Morgan Fisher, Erik van Lieshout, Gert & Uwe Tobias, and Turner Prize nominees Rebecca Warren and Liam Gillick. Along with the running gallery, the founder and the director Maureen Paley is curating an extensive array of public exhibitions. The interior simplicity and novelty are the bonus attraction of this gallery that is enough to cover your mind with a peaceful impression and clam feeling.