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On a Plate

3 Apr 1987 to 10 May 1987

For On a Plate, more than sixty artists were invited to paint original designs on china plates. The plates were then sold and the proceeds donated to War on Want.

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John Murphy: Beyond the fixing of appearances

25 Feb 1984 to 25 Mar 1984

For this solo exhibition, British artist John Murphy (b.1945) displayed his starscapes.

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Graeme Murray Gallery at the Serpentine

6 Oct 1984 to 26 Oct 1984

Graeme Murray was invited to create an exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery in the style, spirit and manner of his exhibition spaces in Edinburgh.

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William Kentridge

21 Apr 1999 to 30 May 1999

This exhibition was the first major survey in Britain of William Kentridge’s animated films and related works on paper.

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Moonraker, Strangelove and other Celluloid Dreams: the Visionary Art of Ken Adam

17 Nov 1999 to 9 Jan 2000

The Serpentine Gallery broke new ground in an exhibition on the BAFTA- and Oscar-winning film production designer, Ken Adam, among whose films are the James Bond series (1962 to 1979), Dr Strangelove, Sleuth and Addam’s Family Values. Curated by David Sylvester

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Jane and Louise Wilson

14 Sep 1999 to 31 Oct 1999

This was the first major two-person exhibition in the UK of work by British artists Jane and Louise Wilson, who were nominated for the 1999 Turner Prize.

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Bridget Riley: Paintings from the 1960s and 70s

18 Jun 1999 to 30 Aug 1999

This exhibition brought together thirty of Bridget Riley's paintings created during the 1960s and 70s.

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Andreas Gursky: Photographs 1994-1998

21 Jan 1999 to 7 Mar 1999

An exhibition of photographs completed by Andreas Gursky over a period of months leading up to the show.

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Rasheed Araeen: To Whom It May Concern

1 Oct 1996 to 1 Dec 1996

This was the first commission installed on the Serpentine Gallery’s lawn as part of the Inside Out series during the gallery’s renovation in 1996/97. To Whom It May Concern developed out of the earliest ideas Araeen had for making artwork after his arrival in London from Pakistan in 1964.

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Piero Manzoni

26 Feb 1998 to 26 Apr 1998

For the inaugural exhibition following the gallery’s renovation, the Serpentine presented the largest-scale showing of Piero Manzoni’s work since 1974.

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