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🏢 London art gallery and a landmark of brutalist architecture. 🎨 Now Open: diane arbus: in the beginning & Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion

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"To describe these images as a revelation would be true, but mere understatement. Many have never been shown here before. What they give is the strongest sense of Arbus as a lone soul out in the city, fixing upon the strangeness everywhere around her with a fierce and yet empathetic eye." ★★★★★ @obsmagazine —— ‘diane arbus: in the beginning’ is now open at Hayward Gallery. Until 6 May 2019. Find out more and book your tickets via link in bio. Photo: Mark Blower #dianearbus at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Such a beautiful day @haywardgallery today. ☀️ Bright sunlight and long shadows around the huge digital print Rochers Carrés by #KaderAttia on the side of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, opposite the gallery. Photo: @petewoodhead at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Happy Valentine's Day to ‘those who suffer love’ ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 . Here is a series of neon signs about love by Tracey Emin from her 2011 ‘Love is What You Want’ exhibition at Hayward Gallery. Series of Neons by Tracey Emin Love is What You Want at Hayward Gallery. Photo: David Levene #ValentinesDay #ThrowbackThursday at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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‘Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion’ is now open at Hayward Gallery. Discover the artist’s first UK survey exhibition that traces several strands of his work from the past two decades. Until 6 May 2019. Find out more and book your tickets via link in bio. Photo: Linda Nylind #KaderAttia at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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"Arbus’s early works show a fully-formed photographer – from squalor to showbiz, she makes everyone exceptional" ★★★★★ @guardian . ‘diane arbus: in the beginning’ is now open at Hayward Gallery. Until 6 May 2019. Find out more and book your tickets via link in bio. Photo: Mark Blower #dianearbus at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Our new exhibition of work by influential photographer #DianeArbus opens next week and includes a panel discussion on the formative early work of Arbus. The panel includes @metmuseum curator and Arbus expert Jeff Rosenheim (pictured), arts writer Liz Jobey and photographer Neil Selkirk. 📷 Find out more via link in bio. Photo by @petewoodhead at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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“I’ve always been fascinated by traces, by the way that objects are used by time” Ahead of his @hayward.gallery exhibition ‘The Museum of Emotion’, artist #KaderAttia discusses his longstanding interest in repair and the treatment of non-Western objects in Western museums with Hayward Gallery Director Ralph Rugoff. Read the full inteview via link in bio.💥 Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion opens on Wed 13 Feb. Photo: Axel Schneider © MMK Frankfurt at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Kader Attia’s groundbreaking work explores the key issues of our time and we're delighted that he'll be at @southbankcentre to discuss the themes behind the exhibition, The Museum of Emotion, the first UK survey of his work. The talk will take place on the opening day of his solo exhibition #TheMuseumofEmotion at Hayward Gallery. Wed 13 Feb, Royal Festival Hall Find out more via link in bio #KaderAttia at Royal Festival Hall

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Want to learn more about the early work of Diane Arbus? As part of our exhibition diane arbus: in the beginning, arts writer Liz Jobey will be joined by @metmuseum Curator of Photography Jeff Rosenheim and esteemed photographer Neil Selkirk for a discussion considering the formative early work of #DianeArbus. 📷 Thu 14 Feb. Get your tickets now via link in bio. at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Last chance to see our current exhibition ‘Aleksandra Mir Presents the Pre-Presidential Library’, closing Mon 4 Feb. In her exhibition at Hayward Gallery’s HENI Project Space, artist Aleksandra Mir displays a collection of US tabloid covers, dating from 1986 to 2000, related to the business dealings, political aspirations and personal life of Donald Trump. Free Admission, 11am – 7pm at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion opens at Hayward Gallery on Wed 13 Feb. Attia’s first UK survey exhibition traces several strands of his work from the past two decades. In sculptures, installations, collages, videos and photographs, Attia has set out to create artworks that engage our capacity for thinking as well as feeling, and provoke what he calls a ‘real, fundamental dialogue’ about the world in which we live. 13 Feb - 6 May #KaderAttia at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Susan Hiller. With a career spanning more than 40 years, she will be remembered as a unique and powerful voice in contemporary art. Hayward Gallery was truly privileged to present her work in major exhibitions. Pictured here is her work ‘Resounding (Infrared), 2013-14’ from the Mirror City exhibition in 2014. Photo by Linda Nylind at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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#OnThisDay in 2018 following two years of painstaking restoration and refurbishment, #HaywardGallery reopened to the public with a major retrospective of the work of acclaimed German photographer Andreas #Gursky.💥 at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Concrete playground ~ Hayward Gallery and Queen Elizabeth Hall ☁️✨ - 📸 @takis_zontiros at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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diane arbus: in the beginning opens at Hayward Gallery on Wed 13 Feb. Discover unseen work by Diane Arbus in this exhibition that explores the first seven years of her career and features nearly 100 photographs. 13 Feb – 6 May. The exhibition is organised by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Members go free. #DianeArbus Image: Jack Dracula at a bar, New London, Conn. 1961, Courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Copyright © The Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC. All Rights Reserved. at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Watch writer Ben Eastham read ‘Places and Things’, a specially commissioned piece of fiction inspired by Emmanuelle Lainé’s exhibition “Learn the Rules Like a Pro, So You Can Break Them Like an Artist!” in HENI Project Space. Ben Eastham is the co-founder of @thewhitereview and associate editor of @artreview_magazine. Watch the full film via link in bio. at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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Happy birthday to photographer Cindy Sherman, born #OnThisDay 1954! Since the late 1970s #CindySherman has challenged cultural stereotypes with photographic self-portraits that have seen her create numerous alter-egos through the use of heavy make-up and elaborate costumes. Two of her works Untitled # 359 (2000) and Untitled # 360 were featured in our 2018 HENI Project Space show DRAG: Self Portraits and Body Politics. Photo: Tom Bowditch

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"The issue is not so much the quality of news, but how quickly we forget." . #AleksandraMir (@retrospectivepress) discusses her exhibition The Pre-Presidential Library, which is in HENI Project Space @hayward.gallery until 4 February. . Read the feature via link in bio at Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre

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