Admission is free – please book timed tickets in advance for your visit to the James Barnor exhibition.
Serpentine and Acute Art present Webs of Life, a project by artist Tomás Saraceno with Arachnophilia.
The most ambitious project in the Serpentine's history, bringing together over sixty artist-led environmental campaigns.
Maria Thereza Alves is amplifying the Indigenous communities fighting to protect Brazil's forests.
A participatory project that invited the public to discover a new world view.
Judy Chicago, Jane Fonda and Swoon have joined forces to launch an open call to Create Art for Earth.
How can communities work together to dismantle oppressive infrastructures which harm our land, air and rivers?
Calling for a New Metabolic Order. Architect students from the Royal College of Art are rethinking the relationship between matter, bodies and spaces.
Moss Matters, a sound work by Metabolic Selves, takes listeners along a narrative journey on London's Regent's canal, encountering mosses amongst the ruins of t...
From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.