Hayward Gallery

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    Morley von Sternberg

    Hayward gallery entrance
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    Hayward gallery architecture
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    Hayward gallery architecture
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Morley von Sternberg

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  • Address:

    Hayward Gallery Southbank Centre
    London
    SE1 8XX

  • Venue phone:

    020 7960 4200

  • Venue website:

    www.southbankcentre.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Mon noon-6pm; Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm; Thu, Fri 10am-8pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: Waterloo

  • Price:

    £11, £5-9 concs.

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Probably the best and most creative gallery in London.

Kate Rushton

I would love to write a review for the Hayward. But, it was closed on Friday. Apparently for the installation of an exhibition due to open in over two weeks time. I really wish they had mentioned this on their website. However, with so many other galleries open in the area, it was not a major loss.

Zoë

This was a mixed bag, but in the main pretty awesome. Some amazing pieces that reminded me of Chris Ware and some pretty talentless daubs. The Italian dude who had the ATE exhibitions were my favourite. Curator notes as always, bit desperate and at time stupid.