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South Bank London Sep 19
Autumn is filled to the brim with amazing . Take a look at what’s on in our Autumn exhibition guide. Image: Bridget Riley --->
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Hayward Gallery Sep 18
Replying to @thomas_main
In the end it wasn't quite infinite and The Infinite Mix closed in December 2016. Our next show is a retrospective of the work of Bridget Riley which will be open 3 October 2019 – 26 January 2020.
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Southbank Centre Sep 17
This years show is curated by and entitled Another Me. It opens at tomorrow with a free afternoon of speeches and performance at a public launch gala from 2:00pm. More:
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Koestler Arts Sep 16
Meet , award-winning musician & MC, and the curator of our 2019 UK exhibition , opening THIS WEEK 🗓️ >>>
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Aesthetica Magazine Sep 16
British artist is renowned for iconic black and white abstract paintings of the 1960s – illusory works that were integral to the development of Op Art. The retrospective opens 23 October.
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Africa in Words Sep 14
On Now! 'Here Is Elsewhere' is the first solo exhibition by late South African photographer Thabiso Sekgala Exploring home, intimacy, place & belonging in 50 photographs taken between 2009 & 2014
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Hayward Gallery Sep 13
Our current HENI Project Space exhibition is Thabiso Sekgala: Here Is Elsewhere, a show that explores home, intimacy, place and belonging in the work of the late South African photographer. Open until 6 October. Free Admission. Find out more:
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Hayward Gallery Sep 12
Replying to @payestonework
Aha! Thanks. We learn something new every day. It's certainly beautiful weather for Doffing our beauty today.
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Hayward Gallery Sep 12
Replying to @payestonework
Looking great but just what is a doff?
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PAYE Stonework and Restoration Sep 12
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It's Nice That Sep 11
The Hayward shines a light on South Africa’s born-free generation >
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Hayward Gallery Sep 11
Our next exhibition at is a major retrospective devoted to the work of celebrated British artist Bridget Riley, the first large-scale survey of Riley’s work to be held in the UK for 16 years. 23 October2019 – 26 January 2020 More:
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Southbank Centre Sep 10
Visitor notice. Royal Festival Hall will be closed today and is closed until 12 September. Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room are open as normal. Hayward Gallery is closed on Tuesdays.
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Vaneet Mehta with the Big Bisexual Energy Sep 8
Replying to @southbankcentre
The whole set up of the exhibition was also so awe inspiring!!
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Jennie Ricketts Sep 8
Replying to @southbankcentre
captured the in-betweenness of the “born-free generation” of post-apartheid . “Thabiso Sekgala: Here is Elsewhere“, Hayward Gallery . Ends. 06 October 2019.
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Hayward Gallery Sep 8
Today is your our current exhibition , a group exhibition celebrating more than 30 international artists whose work explores and engages with gender identity. The exhibition closes at 7pm. Plan your visit here:
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Hayward Gallery Sep 6
Last weekend to see our current show Kiss My Genders. It ends on Sunday.✨ is a group exhibition celebrating more than 30 international artists whose work explores and engages with gender identity. 🌈 Plan your visit:
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South Bank London Sep 5
to the 2015 exhibition that transformed into a playground with a series of interactive installations. Image: Isomeric Slides, 2015. -->
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Hayward Gallery Sep 4
Our current free HENI Project Space exhibition is the late photographer Thabiso Sekgala’s first solo exhibition in the UK and explores home, intimacy, place and belonging in 50 photographs taken between 2009 and 2014 in South Africa, Jordan and Germany.
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Arts Council Collection Sep 4
newly acquired work by artist as part of the exhibition . The exhibition closes THIS SUNDAY 8 September. Read an interview with Flo and sculptor Jes Fan here:
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