Isokon Gallery

The story of a new vision of urban living

The Isokon Gallery is a permanent exhibition telling the remarkable story of the Isokon building, the pioneering modern apartment block opened in 1934 as an experiment in new ways of urban living.

2018 Feature

László Moholy-Nagy

A new display celebrating the life and work of Isokon resident and Bauhaus pioneer László Moholy-Nagy.

Location

The Isokon Gallery

Lawn Road

Hampstead

London NW3 2XD

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Opening hours

11am–4pm, Saturday & Sunday
3 March to 28 October 2018

Free Entry
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The Isokon Gallery is staffed by knowledgeable, helpful volunteers. We're always looking for people to join the team. More details

The Isokon Gallery Trust

Registered Charity No.1161069

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