Located in the Fruit Market cultural quarter, Humber Street Gallery opened as part of the Hull UK City of Culture 2017 programme.
The three storey gallery in a former fruit and vegetable warehouse presents a range of contemporary visual art, design, film, photography and craft, with a café and rooftop bar for visitors.
Humber Street Gallery helps cement Hull’s reputation as a significant cultural destination, for visual arts in particular. It follows national acclaim for the Ferens Art Gallery, which reopened in 2017 following its £5.2m refurbishment by Hull City Council, and the Brynmor Jones Library at the University of Hull, which has also recently been refurbished with a £28-million investment and is now able to bring major and diverse exhibitions to the city.
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