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20 April 2015

Wander across the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground

A welcome 3,500 sq metres of open space within the Chelsea College of Art and Design on Millbank, the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground is situated right beside the Tate Britain and was reopened following a revamp in July 2008 by Anish Kapoor.

What was initially billed as a 'gallery without walls' now mainly seems to offer the chance to sit among the buildings of what was once the Royal Army Medical Corps, who used the area as their parade ground well before the Art College types got their hands on it.

For more, see http://www.arts.ac.uk/media/arts/colleges/chelsea/images/chelsea---business--innovation/chelsea---venue-hire/Rootstein-Hopkins-Parade-Ground-Chelsea-College-of-Arts.pdf

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