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Tomma Abts @ Serpentine Sackler Gallery

The Serpentine Sackler Gallery

There are two Serpentine Galleries, located just north and south of the Serpentine Lake in London’s Hyde Park. The earlier one was opened in 1970 in a one-time tea-room pavilion built in 1933, and has been putting on exhibitions by cutting-edge contemporary artists for nearly 50 years. 1,915 more words


Ian Cheng - Emissaries - Serpentine, London

Ian Cheng – Emissaries – Serpentine, London

24 April – 28 May 2018


Serpentine Pavilion

Serpentine Pavilion // Francis Kéré // 2017

Each summer (from 2000-2017) the Serpentine Gallery commissions an artist or architect to create a pavilion. Former designers have included Ai Weiwei, Frank Ghery, Sou Fujimoto and Jean Nouvel. 34 more words


Lee Ufan's installation in the Serpentine Gallery park

Lee Ufan’s work, in theory and practice, demonstrates mastery at crossing boundaries and initiating poetic dialogues between cultures, nature, material and space. A founding member of Mono-ha (“Object School”) Lee Ufan’s work meditates on gesture and nature, giving rise to new perceptions. 189 more words


Sou Fujimoto: Containing Nothingness

Building Study 005: The Serpentine Pavilion, 2013. Sou Fujimoto.

The Serpentine Gallery, in Hyde Park in London, commissions an architect each year to design a temporary pavilion – to sit on the lawn outside the neo-classical gallery throughout the summer.  443 more words