One of the most famous London galleries, Victoria Miro is named after its owner and director. It is here where the works of the scandalous Chapman brothers and the Turner Prize winner Chris Ofili were shown for the first time. The same gallery represents such selebrities as Grayson Perry, Yayoi Kusama, Isaak Julien and Peter Doig (the list can go on and on). Victoria Miro first opened its doors in 1985, and at that time it was situated in bourgeois Mayfair. In 2000 the gallery moved into an enormous building of a former Victorian furniture factory where it has been headquartered ever since.