Rivington Place is a groundbreaking contemporary visual arts building in Shoreditch, East London, designed by David Adjaye OBE, a leading architect of his generation.
Rivington Place is the first permanent space dedicated to the education of the public in culturally diverse visual arts and photography in the UK.
Rivington Place contains two project spaces capable of housing exhibitions, film screenings, digital projects and public lectures. Additionally, it is the home of the Stuart Hall Library, an education space, a cafe, and workspaces for local creative businesses.
Rivington Place celebrates the 20 year vision of two charitable organisations, Iniva (the Institute of International Visual Arts) and Autograph ABP.