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Serpentine Galleries

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Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA
  • Telephone 020 7402 6075
  • Email
  • Website www.serpentinegalleries.org
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Serpentine Pavilion 2017 Designed By Francis Kere

The award-winning architect has been commissioned to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2017.

Sat 23 Sep

Free

  • 10:00 – 18:00
Sun 24 Sep

Free

  • 10:00 – 18:00
Tue 26 Sep

Free

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Wed 27 Sep

Free

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Thu 28 Sep

Free

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Fri 29 Sep

Free

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Sat 30 Sep

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Sun 1 Oct

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  • 10:00 – 18:00
Tue 3 Oct

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Wed 4 Oct

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Thu 5 Oct

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Fri 6 Oct

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Sat 7 Oct

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Sun 8 Oct

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Torbjorn Rodland: The Touch That Made You

Torbjorn Rodland is a Los Angeles-based photographer who creates portraits, still lifes and landscapes that simultaneously inhabit and disrupt the realm of the everyday. With an often fetishistic approach to subjects, objects and materials, Rodland produces photographs that are intense, conceptually playful and psychologically evocative. Characterised by their double-edged allegories and underlying lyricism, Rodland's staged scenarios 'keep you in the process of looking', revealing layers of both discomfort and pleasure.

Fri 29 Sep

Free

  • 10:00

Wade Guyton: Das New Yorker Atelier, Abridged

American artist Wade Guyton uses digital technologies - iPhones, cameras, computers and consumer-grade Epson printers - as tools to create both large-scale paintings on linen and smaller compositions on paper. Guyton is interested in the translations that take place between these tools, transforming three dimensions into digital information that is subsequently reproduced on surfaces and in space. Guyton's exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery presents a new body of work, all completed in the past two years and originally developed for an exhibition at Museum Brandhorst in Munich.

Fri 29 Sep

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Sat 30 Sep

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Sun 1 Oct

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Tue 3 Oct

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Wed 4 Oct

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Thu 5 Oct

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Fri 6 Oct

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Sat 7 Oct

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Sun 8 Oct

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Tue 10 Oct

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Wed 11 Oct

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Thu 12 Oct

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Fri 13 Oct

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Sat 14 Oct

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Sun 15 Oct

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Tue 17 Oct

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Wed 18 Oct

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Thu 19 Oct

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Fri 20 Oct

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Sat 21 Oct

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Sun 22 Oct

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Tue 24 Oct

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Wed 25 Oct

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Thu 26 Oct

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Fri 27 Oct

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Sat 28 Oct

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Sun 29 Oct

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Tue 31 Oct

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Wed 1 Nov

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Thu 2 Nov

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Fri 3 Nov

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Sat 4 Nov

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Sun 5 Nov

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Tue 7 Nov

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Wed 8 Nov

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Thu 9 Nov

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Fri 10 Nov

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Sat 11 Nov

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Sun 12 Nov

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Tue 14 Nov

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Wed 15 Nov

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Thu 16 Nov

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Fri 17 Nov

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Sat 18 Nov

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Sun 19 Nov

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Tue 21 Nov

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Wed 22 Nov

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Thu 23 Nov

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Fri 24 Nov

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Sat 25 Nov

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Sun 26 Nov

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Tue 28 Nov

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Wed 29 Nov

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Thu 30 Nov

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Fri 1 Dec

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Sat 2 Dec

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Sun 3 Dec

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Tue 5 Dec

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Wed 6 Dec

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Thu 7 Dec

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Fri 8 Dec

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Sat 9 Dec

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Sun 10 Dec

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Tue 12 Dec

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Wed 13 Dec

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Thu 14 Dec

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Fri 15 Dec

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Sat 16 Dec

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Sun 17 Dec

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Tue 19 Dec

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Wed 20 Dec

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Thu 21 Dec

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Fri 22 Dec

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Sat 23 Dec

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Sun 24 Dec

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Tue 26 Dec

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Wed 27 Dec

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Thu 28 Dec

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Fri 29 Dec

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Sat 30 Dec

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Sun 31 Dec

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Tue 2 Jan

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Wed 3 Jan

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Sat 6 Jan

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Sun 7 Jan

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Tue 9 Jan

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Wed 10 Jan

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Thu 11 Jan

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Fri 12 Jan

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Sat 13 Jan

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Sun 14 Jan

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Tue 16 Jan

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Wed 17 Jan

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Thu 18 Jan

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Fri 19 Jan

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Sat 20 Jan

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Sun 21 Jan

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Tue 23 Jan

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Wed 24 Jan

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Thu 25 Jan

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Fri 26 Jan

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Sat 27 Jan

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Sun 28 Jan

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Tue 30 Jan

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Wed 31 Jan

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Thu 1 Feb

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Fri 2 Feb

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Sat 3 Feb

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Sun 4 Feb

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Serpentine Galleries

The Serpentine Galleries has two spaces on either side of the Serpentine; the original gallery, opened in 1970, regularly features a temporary pavilion outside, commissioned from an architect who has not previous built in the UK: the Sackler Gallery, based in the 1805 Magazine building, was commissioned from Zaha Hadid Architects and has a separate listing.

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