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BFI Gallery

Art South Bank

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When the NFT underwent a transformation in 2007 it got more than just a name change. The new-look BFI added screening spaces, a bar, restaurant and archive centre. It also created an important addition to London’s art scene with a gallery that commissions and exhibits the work of artists dealing with the moving image. Video works by experimental filmmaker Michael Snow, as well as a collaborative show by visual artist Pierre Bismuth and director Michel Gondry, have both been hits. In addition to the main space, BFI has also created Mezzanine and Beyond – a changing, often themed, showcase of ephemera from the centre’s National Archive and National Library.



Address: South Bank Waterloo
Transport: Tube: Waterloo; Rail: Waterloo
Opening hours: 12noon-8pm Tue-Sun (and BH Mondays)
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