Richard Smith, Riverfall, 1969, oil on canvas
London SW1P 4RG
9am - 6pm daily
Revolutionary in its time, the Kasmin Gallery opened in 1963 and was London's first specially designed commercial building that was made to show large paintings and sculpture in a single, uninterrupted space. This display unites artworks shown at the Kasmin Gallery that are now in Tate's Collection.