176 Prince of Wales Road
176 is a site for artistic and curatorial experimentation, a place in which to experience the very best in emerging art and the vitality of the Zabludowicz Collection Working with emerging artists and curators to produce innovative exhibitions - with both the building and the Collection as their starting point - 176 encourages the public and art specialists alike to actively engage with the Collection and exhibition programme. 176 is a converted Grade II listed 19th century Methodist chapel, run by Zabludowicz Art Projects, and is a unique and challenging space for exhibiting contemporary art. 176 also houses a resource room with publications related to artists held within the Collection and beyond; Lola's at 176, a cafÃ© specialising in delicious cakes, tea and coffee; and a shop with specially commissioned limited edition publications and art works produced for every exhibition. The programme at 176 will present three major site-specific exhibitions per year, covering all visual art forms, and is founded in research and practice residencies for one curator and one artist per year.