Hayward Gallery, London
Categories: Art Galleries, Art Museums, Museums
'One of London's most important spaces for displaying contemporary art, the Hayward Gallery is housed in an austere 1968 building that is both equally loved and derided by the majority of Londoners. Whichever camp you fall into, you'll agree that it makes an excellent hanging space for the blockbuster exhibitions it puts on.' (Lonely Planet)By using our London travel itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Hayward Gallery and other attractions in London.
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As a part of the South Bank Centre, the gallery was designed as an example of the “Brutalist” style by a group of young architects in 1968 and named after Sir Isaac Hayward, the former leader of the L... read more »
I've been a fan of the Hayward Gallery for more than thirty years! Some of the exhibits have been fabulous, including such as Renoir, Gilbert and George, Andy Warhol, and Rodin. And of course there ha... read more »
A gallery which I always love to visit! I went here regularly when I lived in London and there are many great exhibitions I saw here. During my last visit in London in August 2015 I was fortunate enou... read more »
Fantastic gallery putting on a great number of excellent contemporary art exhibitions. If you're on the South Bank there is no reason not to pop in for a look.
Multifaceted and wonderfully programmed arts space in the heart of the South Bank. Naturally your experience will vary with whatever the current exhibition is - but rarely will you be disappointed. The last two shows I've been to, Mirror City and Decisions were not only challenging and groundbreaking work, but also make brilliant use of the physical space of the gallery too. You'll also be within walking distance of the roof-top gardens and excellent food markets. Always worth checking to see what's on in advance though, as many shows are ticketed or timed entry. A must for Londoners and tourists alike.
The Light Show, ah yes, it was a show of light, lovely SFX. If youre happy with that fine, go back to your sheep fold and wait for the next irrelevant-to-actual life crap on show heh.
Still haven't been. Took me half an hour to find the door. Then once found I discovered it was closed that day (closed Sunday's). Check opening times and a map before you go.
Feline Intimate was truly a marvelous performance and there are so many exciting things to wait for in June. Always interesting artists and great performances. They do know how to utilise their space and keep the audience interested.
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