Trajal Harrell: Hoochie Koochie

A performance exhibition

20 July 2017 - 13 August 2017 / 21:00, 18:00
Art Gallery
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The most physically exciting exhibition you'll see this year, The Telegraph

Straight from a two-year residency at MoMA, New York, American artist and choreographer, Trajal Harrell, comes to the Barbican for a major performance exhibition. The Art Gallery will be transformed into an immersive space, where eighteen dancers, including Harrell himself, showcase 14 of his innovative and playful works. Visitors are able to weave through these live performances making their own route through the gallery space. The exhibition presents a unique opportunity to experience Harrell’s entire body of work from 1999 through to the present day in one place and at one time. Emotional and exhilarating, the performances explore ideas around the body, gender, race, sexuality and culture.

Advance booking highly recommended.

Find out more about Trajal Harrell’s practice

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Weekday performance schedule
Weekend performance schedule
Exhibition text

Please note, no filming or photography will be allowed in the gallery.
Under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Ticket includes same day re-entry to the exhibition.


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Barbican Art Gallery in London presents major exhibitions by leading international figures in the heart of the City of London

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