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Future - Live, Learning
Goethe-Institut
Wed 11 Feb 2015
7:00pm

Public Talk: Kasper König on Reiner Ruthenbeck

Curator and professor Kasper König presents a lecture on Reiner Ruthenbeck’s works and his exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery.Goethe-Institut, 50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road, SW7 2PH. Tickets £5/4 (conc.) available from Ticketweb or

Future - Live, Literature, Film, Learning
Goethe-Institut
Thu 5 Feb 2015
7:00pm

A Bright Night: Technologies of Affect

Inspired by the exhibition of Julio Le Parc’s works, this evening of screenings, readings, talks and performances addresses light, happiness, affect and productivity in contemporary culture. Programmed in collaboration with LUX.Goethe

Upcoming - Live, Learning
Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Sat 10 Jan 2015
3:00pm

Saturday Talks: Emma Enderby on Julio Le Parc

Assistant Curator Emma Enderby leads a tour of the exhibition of Julio Le Parc's works. On selected Saturdays, Serpentine curators lead talks, tours and discussions exploring the work on show in greater depth. Saturday Talks

Upcoming - Live, Learning
Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Sat 13 Dec 2014
3:00pm

Saturday Talks: Amira Gad on Julio Le Parc

Curator Amira Gad leads a tour of the exhibition of Julio Le Parc's works. On selected Saturdays, Serpentine curators lead talks, tours and discussions exploring the work on show in greater depth. Saturday Talks are free

Upcoming - Learning
Sackler Centre for Education
Tue 9 Dec 2014
4:30pm to 6:30pm

Teachers Continuing Professional Development: Light

Working with filmmaker James Holcombe we’ll be using  Julio le Parc’s exhibition as the starting point for an exploration of light and shadow. The workshop will include discussion and hands-on practical activities which will enable

Upcoming - Live, Learning
Serpentine Gallery
Sat 6 Dec 2014
3:00pm

Saturday Talks: Melissa Blanchflower on Reiner Ruthenbeck

Assistant Curator Melissa Blanchflower leads a tour of the exhibition of Reiner Ruthenbeck's works. On selected Saturdays, Serpentine curators lead talks, tours and discussions exploring the work on show in greater depth. Saturday Talks are

Upcoming - Live, Learning
Serpentine Gallery
Sat 29 Nov 2014
3:00pm

Saturday Talks: Amira Gad on Reiner Ruthenbeck

Curator Amira Gad leads a tour of the exhibition of Reiner Ruthenbeck's works. On selected Saturdays, Serpentine curators lead talks, tours and discussions exploring the work on show in greater depth. Saturday Talks are

Upcoming - Learning
Sackler Centre for Education
Fri 28 Nov 2014
11:00am to 4:00pm

Creative Careers Workshop

This workshop is designed for students aged 13-19 who are considering a career in the creative industries and is led by filmmaker and long term Serpentine collaborator James Holcombe. James works with no.w.here www.no-w-here.org.uk a not for profit

Upcoming - Learning, Live
Serpentine Gallery
Thu 27 Nov 2014
4:30pm to 6:30pm

Transition: Continuing Professional Development for Year 6 Teachers

Designed specifically for Year 6 teachers, this workshop combines discussion and hands-on creative activities to explore how art can be used to support pupils in their transition from primary to secondary school. We share best practice from two years

Upcoming - Exhibition
Serpentine Gallery
25 Nov 2014 to 15 Feb 2015
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am - 6pm

Reiner Ruthenbeck

This is the first major survey in the UK of German sculptor and conceptual artist Reiner Ruthenbeck (born 1937, Germany). Ruthenbeck is an orchestrator of geometric form, noted for his ability to transform space using unconventional materials such as

Upcoming - Exhibition
Serpentine Sackler Gallery
25 Nov 2014 to 15 Feb 2015
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am - 6pm

Julio Le Parc

The first major exhibition in the UK by Argentinian-born artist Julio Le Parc (1928, lives in France), who is known for creating artworks that dynamically animate and transform space through light. Featuring seminal installations and interactive 

Past - Live, Learning
Serpentine Gallery
Sat 8 Nov 2014
3:00pm to 4:00pm

Saturday Talks: Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad

Designer and artist Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad hosts a talk at the Serpentine Galleries Education Space. Hashemi-Nezhad has developed a number of projects focusing on the spatial politics of Church Street NW8, devising new methodologies of participation

Past - Live, Literature
Serpentine Gallery
Sat 1 Nov 2014
3:00pm

Saturdays Live: Readings by Andrea Brady and Lars Iyer

Andrea Brady and Lars Iyer present readings in the Serpentine Gallery, within the exhibition by Trisha Donnelly. Programmed in collaboration with The White Review.Andrea Brady’s books of poetry include Vacation of a Lifetime (Salt, 2001),

Past - Live, Learning
Serpentine Gallery
Sat 25 Oct 2014
3:00pm

Saturday Talks: Amira Gad on Trisha Donnelly

Curator Amira Gad leads a tour of Trisha Donnelly's exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery.Free, no booking required

Current - Exhibition
Serpentine Sackler Gallery
14 Oct 2014 to 4 Oct 2015
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am - 6pm

Bertrand Lavier: Fountain 2014

Celebrated French artist Bertrand Lavier, renowned for his inspirational sculptures made from assembled and modified found objects, has been commissioned by the Serpentine to create a fountain within the grounds of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.

Past - Exhibition
Serpentine Gallery
17 Sep 2014 to 9 Nov 2014

Trisha Donnelly

In Autumn 2014, American artist Trisha Donnelly staged an exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery.The focus was a number of new video works, created by Donnelly for the exhibition. The exhibition had many states, shifting with the time, light and

Past - Exhibition
Serpentine Sackler Gallery
17 Sep 2014 to 9 Nov 2014

Cerith Wyn Evans

In Autumn 2014, Serpentine Galleries presented an exhibition by Cerith Wyn Evans at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. This major solo show presented a varied body of work brought together ‘in concert’, and Wyn Evans described the exhibition