De La Warr Pavilion

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Commissioned in 1935, the Grade I listed De La Warr Pavilion is the UK’s first Modernist building. Designed by Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff, this bold concrete and steel structure reopened in 2007 after an £8 million restoration project. With no permanent collection, the De La Warr’s versatile exhibition space offers a dynamic programme of cultural events by exhibiting some of the most contemporary talent, art, and live performances.
Venue name: De La Warr Pavilion
Address: Marina
TN40 1DP
Opening hours: Daily 10am-6pm
Transport: Rail: Bexhill
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