Hayward Gallery - SBC
Hayward Gallery - SBC
0871 663 2519
The Hayward, a purpose-built, modern art gallery, was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1968. It is considered an icon of 1960s brutalist architecture. The Gallery plays a vital role in the visual arts in the UK and internationally. As one of the largest and most versatile temporary art exhibition spaces in Britain, it has proved remarkably adaptable in presenting a wide range of ground-breaking exhibitions for 40 years.
Daily 10am - 6pm
Late night opening, Fridays until 10pm
Quietest times to visit the gallery are Monday and early weekday mornings.
Closed 1 January, 24-26 December.
Admission varies. Concessions available. Visit www.southbankcentre.co.uk/visual-arts for more details
Visitors with access needs please call the following number for information: 020 7960 5226.
Minicom Textphone Service for Deaf or Hard of Hearing Patrons: 020 7921 0921.
For wheelchair (and pushchair) access to this exhibition please contact the Foyer Supervisor on arrival. Loan wheelchairs available. Pre-book on 020 7928 3144.
Unstepped access from the Hayward Car Park. Orange badge holders booking in advance or at the door will receive a free voucher to use at any SBC car park. Accessible toilet available, please ask in Foyer. Guide dogs welcome.
Martin Creed - What’s the point of it?
- 29 January — 27 April 2014 *on now
A survey of Martin Creed's playful, thought-provoking art.
Over the past two and a half decades British artist Martin Creed has pursued an extraordinary path by confounding the traditional categories of art.
Winner of 2001 Turner Prize, Creed is recognised around the world for his minimalistic approach that strips away the unnecessary, but preserves an abundance of wit, humour and surprise.
Crossing all artistic media and including music, his art transforms everyday materials and actions into surprising meditations on existence and the invisible structures that shape our lives.
This exhibition will be the first major survey of Martin Creed's work, spanning its most minimal moments to extravagant room-sized installations.
Martin Creed was born in Wakefield in 1968 and currently lives and works in London.
This exhibition includes works containing nudity and some adult content. Visitors may be required to queue in order to enter some installations.
Booking Fee £1.75 (Members £0.00)
Concessions Seniors 60+ £10; Concessions / Students £9; Young People 12 - 18 £7.50 (all prices include £1 voluntary gift aid donation*)