The David Adjaye designed public space champions culturally diverse visual arts and it cuts a striking modern figure, outshining its neighbours on the scruffy Rivington Place. Its two project spaces provide a platform for British and international work, including exhibitions, screenings, installations and site-specific commissions; the Stuart Hall Library houses an impressive collection of monographs, exhibition catalogues and international art periodicals. Rivington Place also has a ground-floor café.
|Venue name:||Rivington Place||Contact:|
1 Rivington Place
|Opening hours:||Tue, Wed, Fri 11am-6pm; Thu 11am-9pm; Sat noon-6pm|
|Transport:||Tube: Old St|
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The Fifth Pan-African Congress
Marking the seventieth anniversary of the Pan-African Congress, this show presents rarely seen photographs by John Deakin of the influential 1945 meeting. Assigned by the Picture Post to cover the Manchester event, Deakin documented key delegates like...Photography Until Saturday September 12 2015 FreeRead more