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Hayward Gallery

  • Art
  • South Bank
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  1. Hayward gallery entrance (Morley von Sternberg)
    Morley von Sternberg
  2. Hayward gallery architecture (Jonathan Perugia / Time Out)
    Jonathan Perugia / Time Out
  3. Hayward gallery architecture (Jonathan Perugia / Time Out)
    Jonathan Perugia / Time Out
  4. Hayward gallery at night (Sheila Burnett)
    Sheila Burnett
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Time Out Says

After closing for a two-year refurbishment, the South Bank’s greatest heap of concrete brutalism thankfully reopened its doors last year. The refurb has brought light spilling into its spaces, and the programming – Diane Arbus, Lee Bul and Andreas Gursky, among others – is as brilliant as ever. Plus, Prince Charles really, really hates the building. If that doesn’t make you love it, nothing will.

VIDEO: Inside the refurbished Hayward Gallery 

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Address:
Southbank Centre
London
SE1 8XX
Transport:
Tube: Waterloo
Price:
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Opening hours:
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 11am-7pm; Thu 11am-9pm
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Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child

Just like her famous spiders, ultra-influential French artist Louise Bourgeois had a thing for weaving. Textiles and fabrics were an integral part her work, especially in her later years, and this major exhibition at the Hayward is a deep dive into how she used them to explore ideas of identity, sexuality and memory. 

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