White Cube of Anselm Kiefer, but there's lots of interest in the area including this delightful community sculpture 'The Shared' that Sue spotted down an alley!
Anselm Kiefer exhibition and so much lead was used that you had to read a health and safety notice about it's toxicity before you entered! I'd thought the work in the exhibition at the RA in 2014 was monumental but this was of an even larger magnitude.
Although thought-provoking I didn't particularly like the lead beds (and walls!) and other installations but loved the paintings: the scale, the colours, most of all the incredible textures and surfaces achieved with variety of unusual media used.
answer is apparently 200 acres!
Fashion and Textile Museum, we visited the London Glassblowing gallery. This spectacular, sculptural piece ( with its' shadows) by Jochen Ott was my favourite but difficult to choose amongst so much gorgeous work!
'Discovering Samuel Palmer' whose work I've long admired ( the exhibition at the British Museum was exceptional) It turned out to be even more interesting as his prints formed the basis of varied interpretations by a range of contemporary printmakers, rather a contrast in scale to the Anselm Kiefer up the road!