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Upcoming - Pavilion
21 Jun 2019 to 6 Oct 2019
The Japanese architect Junya Ishigami, celebrated for his experimental structures that interpret traditional architectural conventions and reflect natural phenomena, has been selected to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2019.
Upcoming - Live
19 May 2019
Serpentine Galleries present the third instalment of this year-long symposium and research project, presented as part of the General Ecology project. The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish with Plants brings together scientists, anthropologists,
Upcoming - Live, Exhibition
18 May 2019
In the context of Emma Kunz's exhibition artist Tabita Rezaire presents MerKaBa For The Hoeteps, a collective healing offering. This experience is open to all and participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes.
Curator, Melissa Blanchflower leads a tour of the Emma Kunz exhibition. BSL interpretation is available on request for all our Saturday Talks. Visit our BSL page for more information.
Upcoming - Live, Exhibition, Learn
4 May 2019
Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) leads a Power Tour to raise awareness of the disproportionate and adverse impacts of so-called "welfare reform" measures on disabled people since 2010, and how disabled people have
Curator, Amira Gad leads a tour of the Hito Steyerl exhibition. BSL interpretation is available on request for all our Saturday Talks. Visit our BSL page for more information.
28 Apr 2019
The Voice of Domestic Workers begin this walk with real-life accounts of domestic workers being rescued in Hyde Park, London. A self-organised network and campaign calling for justice and rights for Britain’s 16,000 migrant domestic workers,
Projects Curator, Amal Khalaf and Assistant Projects Curator, Elizabeth Graham lead a tour of the Hito Steyerl exhibition. BSL interpretation is available on request, visit our BSL page for more information.
Upcoming - Learn, Family, Family Day
27 to 28 Apr 2019
Artists One Of My Kind (OOMK) invite children and their families to come together to think about what we give and take from the natural world.
27 Apr 2019
Curator, Kay Watson leads a tour of the Hito Steyerl exhibition. BSL interpretation is available on request for all our Saturday Talks. Visit our BSL page for more information.
Constantine Gras, a former artist-in-residence for Grenfell Tower, leads Washing Dirty Linen in Public, a multi-vocal performative walk that uncovers the histories of resistance and reproductive labour in North Kensington.
Upcoming - Learn, School
24 Apr 2019
Serpentine Education invites teachers to attend a late opening of the current exhibitions Emma Kunz - Visionary Drawings: An exhibition conceived with Christodoulos Panayiotou and Hito Steyerl: Power Plants.
Current - Learn, School
23 Apr 2019
The Serpentine Galleries are offering free artist-led workshops for school groups with 2019 Schools Artist-in-Residence, poet and writer Belinda Zhawi.
Current - Live, Exhibition, Learn
13 Apr 2019
A series of guided neighbourhood walks and a tour led by Hito Steyerl's Actual RealityOS research partners; Architects for Social Housing, Disabled People Against Cuts, The Voice of Domestic Workers and artist
Current - Exhibition
11 Apr 2019 to 6 May 2019
Hilo Steyerl is a German filmmaker and artist whose work explores the complexities of the digital world, art, capitalism, and the implications of Artificial Intelligence for society. Her recent artworks cover subjects as diverse as video games,
Current - Online
11 Apr 2019 to 31 Jan 2020
Visitors to the Serpentine will be prompted to view an app that uses augmented reality to show what Hito Steyerl calls Actual RealityOS.
23 Mar 2019 to 19 May 2019
The Serpentine presents the first UK solo exhibition by the late Swiss visionary artist, healer and researcher Emma Kunz (1892–1963) that features over 40 of her rarely seen drawings.