This summer, Serpentine presents an exciting programme of events staged around the 22nd Serpentine Pavilion, À table designed by Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture, and Serpentine’s free exhibitions Gabriel Massan & Collaborators: Third World: The Bottom Dimension and Tomás Saraceno In Collaboration: Web(s) of Life.
Serpentine Pavilion 2023 designed by Lina Ghotmeh
- Serpentine Pavilion - Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture, 'À table' (From 9 June 2023)
On 9 June 2023, Serpentine unveils Serpentine Pavilion 2023: À table.
Designed by French-Lebanese architect Lina Ghotmeh, it derives from the aspiration to create a sustainable relationship with the land through food and our primal relationship to the Earth.
- Park Nights 2023
Our summer series, Park Nights, returns with a collection of new commissions taking place in the Serpentine Pavilion 2023.
More information coming soon.
- Serpentine South - Tomás Saraceno In Collaboration: Web(s) of Life (From 1 June 2023)
From 1 June 2023, Serpentine is delighted to present Web(s) of Life, a living, collaborative and multi-species exhibition that explores how different life forms, technologies and energy systems are connected in the climate emergency.
- Serpentine North - Gabriel Massan & Collaborators: Third World: The Bottom Dimension (From 23 June 2023)
From 23 June 2023 Third World: The Bottom Dimension will be released online and at Serpentine North.
Third World: The Bottom Dimension is a multi–level downloadable game by artist, Gabriel Massan and Collaborators, which has been envisioned as a “consciousness-raising game that explores Black-Indigenous Brazilian experience”.
A worldbuilding game and exhibition, with web3 elements built on Tezos, that invites players to activate a fantastical and disorienting world. Both online and onsite.
Art in the Park
- Serpentine North Garden - Atta Kwami: Maria Lassnig Prize Mural (Until September 2023)
Open until September 2023 and in partnership with the Maria Lassnig Foundation, Serpentine presents a public art mural by the late Ghanaian painter, printmaker, independent art historian, and curator Atta Kwami (1956 – 2021).
- The Royal Parks - Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Pollinator Pathmaker (Until 2024)
Pollinator Pathmaker is an ongoing living sculpture made of plants. Unlike most gardens, this one is designed to prioritise the needs of endangered pollinating insects, rather than to please humans. For her contribution to Back to Earth in 2022, artist Dr Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg has created an edition of Pollinator Pathmaker which has been planted near Serpentine in Kensington Gardens. The work is laid out in eleven beds along the length of North Flower Walk, which is located next to Lancaster Gate.