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Mon 17 May 2021
–Mon 31 Jan 2022
A multi-layered project comprising an installation, publication and events programme exploring a series of important questions about our public spaces and designed environments.
Thu 30 Sep 2021
–Sun 23 Jan 2022
An exhibition celebrating Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), one of the most experimental and pioneering artists of the 20th century.
Thu 7 Oct 2021
–Sun 6 Feb 2022
The first major London exhibition by Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta highlights the fragility of one’s right to expression whilst raising urgent questions of censorship, confinement and resistance.
Thu 20 Jan 2022, 13:00
Curators and researchers Alexandra Chang and John Tain discuss and consider collaborations and partnerships across art forms, disciplines, and socio-political contexts in the current global condition.
–Mon 24 Jan 2022
Join us inside the Conservatory with artist Sam Winston, who uses drawing and breathing to explore the relationship between air quality, environmental issues and mindful creative practice.
Sat 22 Jan 2022
Join artist Sam Winston for a workshop exploring his Following the Breath installation in the Conservatory.
Wed 26 Jan
–Wed 2 Mar 2022
This short course provides an engaging and critical introduction to Brutalist architecture through the iconic and groundbreaking design of the Barbican.
A six week in person course offering an introduction to art made in Britain from 1945 to 1965, a time of upheaval, innovation and creativity after the destruction of the Second World War.
Mon 28 Feb
–Mon 21 Mar 2022
Bishopsgate Institute stage a take-over of The Curve with an archive installation of objects, ephemera and media highlighting 40 moments and stories in London’s LGBTQ+ history.
Thu 3 Mar
–Sun 26 Jun 2022
A revelatory new take on art in Britain after the Second World War, a period when artists had to make sense of an entirely altered world.