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The Victoria Miro gallery is a bit like Narnia. When you arrive at McDonalds on a desolate industrial road around the back of Old Street, you'll be sure you have the wrong address. But -as if through a wardrobe- this industrial unit opens up to reveal an enormous, airy gallery which despite its scale, is still easy to get lost in. This former furniture factory prides itself on nurturing the careers of emerging artists, as well as counting Turner prize winners Grayson Perry (2003) and Chris Ofili (1998: remember the elephant dung?)among its ranks. Closed Sundays and Mondays.