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Gerhard Richter: STRIP-TOWER

Gerhard Richter: STRIP-TOWER

Kensington Gardens Serpentine South Gallery 25 April - 20 October 2024 Free

Serpentine presents a major new public sculpture by luminary Gerhard Richter.

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Serpentine Pavilion 2024 by Minsuk Cho, Mass Studies

Serpentine Pavilion 2024 by Minsuk Cho, Mass Studies

Serpentine Pavilion 7 June - 27 October 2024 Free

Serpentine Pavilion 2024: Archipelagic Void, designed by architect Minsuk Cho and his firm, Mass Studies.

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Lenio Kaklea, AΓPIMI (Fauve)

Lenio Kaklea, AΓPIMI (Fauve)

Offsite 31 October & 1 November 2024, 8pm Price: £17

A new performance commission by Lenio Kaklea which choreographs a rewilding of bodies and forests.

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Yayoi Kusama: Pumpkin

Yayoi Kusama: Pumpkin

Kensington Gardens The Round Pond 9 July - 3 November 2024 Free

Serpentine presents Yayoi Kusama's tallest bronze Pumpkin sculpture to date.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #3: Countless Ways of Knowing – A Mixtape on Education as a Practice of Freedom

Cracks in the Curriculum #3: Countless Ways of Knowing – A Mixtape on Education as a Practice of Freedom

Online Ongoing

A resource to help educators create space for conversations about race and racism.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #2: Poetry from the Personal

Cracks in the Curriculum #2: Poetry from the Personal

Online Ongoing

A resource for English teachers to explore the potential of poetry to address diverse personal histories.

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Cracks in the Curriculum #1: Sex (re) education

Cracks in the Curriculum #1: Sex (re) education

Online 1 Sep 2016

A research for educators to develop anti-sexist, LGBTQ+ positive and anti-racist Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

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Serpentine Podcast

Serpentine Podcast

Serpentine Podcast explores art and ideas for a changing world.

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Support Structures for Support Structures

Support Structures for Support Structures

Ongoing Free

A new fellowship programme supporting artists working at the intersection of art, spatial politics and community practice.

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Archive

Discover over 50 years of the Serpentine

From the architectural Pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas Marathons and research-led initiatives, explore our past projects and exhibitions.

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