A new art installation has been unveiled in London’s Southbank Centre to promote compassion towards refugees. This comes as the… Read More
The Southbank Centre today announced that pioneering DJ and producer Honey Dijon is taking over its venues for two exceptional evenings of live music… Read More
Exhibition celebrating David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane to open at Southbank Centre in April. The two-month-long exhibition explores the creation of the album’s iconic artwork
The Southbank Centre today announces a raft of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s iconic 1973 album, Aladdin Sane. Aladdin Sane: 50 Years
The Southbank Centre and Apple today announced national partners and further details of REFRAME, its pioneering new talent development programme to support emerging Black and Black Mixed heritage creatives in London, Manchester and Birmingham.
Koestler Arts has announced that their fifteenth Annual UK Exhibition in partnership with the Southbank Centre this October will be… Read More
Greta Thunberg to headline the London Literature Festival in world exclusive launch of The Climate Book
The Southbank Centre’s London Literature Festival – the longest-running celebration of the written and spoken word of its kind in… Read More
This summer the Southbank Centre is exploring Black art and popular culture with an extraordinary season of multi-artform events, featuring outdoor art installations, music, literature, poetry and performance as well as a wealth of free-to-attend events.
The Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival features nine weeks of festive events, exhibitions and dazzling performances. Visitors of all ages can… Read More
TTo coincide with International Day of Disabled Persons, the Southbank Centre today announces details of its first digital Unlimited festival programme, a five-day festival featuring dance, performance, comedy, film, talks, workshops and art that celebrates the artistic vision of disabled artists
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week include: A massive warehouse, floating glass, a new gallery find, Indian independence, lots of dots, instrument cases and British jazz.
After a two-year shutdown for a serious makeover, the Hayward Gallery needed to come back big. The architects delivered, and so does the show that opened this week (until 22 April)— an epic retrospective of Düsseldorf-based photographer Andreas Gursky.
London’s Hayward Gallery to stage the first major retrospective in a UK institution of the work of acclaimed German photographer Andreas Gursky in Jan 2018.
Ponytailed tyres, dancers, an artist collective, clothes pegs, a garden, protest and the digital.
Southbank Centre’s Hayward Touring programme has announced British artist John Walter as the winner of the 2017 Curatorial Open – its yearly call for proposals for an exhibition of contemporary art aiming to nurture new and diverse curatorial talent and expand the parameters of the contemporary curatorial landscape.
A darkened lab, psychedelic LEDs, disco balls, golden trees and child victims of Syrian bombings.
David Byrne, the Oscar, Golden Globe, Obie and Drama Desk award winning musician known for his eclectic collaborations and as a co-founder of the seminal new wave band Talking Heads will curate 2015’s Meltdown Festival at Southbank Centre.
Richard Hamilton, The State,1993 Tate, London 2014 © The Estate of Richard Hamilton, DACS 2014 (Part of Jane and Louise… Read More
The spaceship (called Megatron) lasted about 6 months…
The Hayward Gallery’s Wide Open School will be turning the space into an unusual experiment of public learning this June and July. Its programme of courses are devised and delivered by over 100 artists from approximately 40 different countries.
GILBERT & GEORGE – in conversation as part of the London Literature Festival at Southbank Centre Friday 1st July
Friday 1st July 2011, Queen Elizabeth Hall, 7.30pm, £14/£10 Hear Gilbert & George, the irrepressible masters of the contemporary art… Read More