Louise T Blouin Institute

London, United Kingdom


  • 3 Olaf Street
  • London W11 4BE
  • United Kingdom

Opening times

Tues-Friday 10am-6pm/Thursday 10am-9pm/Saturday midday-6pm/Closed Sunday & Monday

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: Latimer Road (3 minute walk), Holland Park (10 minute walk), Shepherds Bush (10 minute walk)
Bus: 295 - along St Ann's Villas, 31, 23, 49, 94, 148 - all pass along Holland Park Avenue (10 minute walk)

The Louise Blouin Institute opened in October 2006 with a solo exhibition of lightworks by James Turrell, and in Summer 2007 presented solo exhibitions of work by Gary Hill and Gerry Judah which explored issues of globalisation, politics, conflicts of interest and environmental concerns. The Foundation provides 35,000 sq ft of exhibition space and lecture facilities, and creates a platform for contemporary art and affiliated events.

THE LOUISE BLOUIN FOUNDATION is a not-for-profit global philanthropic organisation that believes in the unique power of culture and creativity to be catalysts for positive change. The Foundations mission is to support and promote the impact of neuroscience in enhancing creativity and addressing cultural conflict. The Foundation programmes Education, Science and Creativity and Culture Beyond Borders are designed to address these aims.


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