Space Shifters at Hayward Gallery


Prepared to have your senses warped as you visit the Space Shifters, the latest exhibition at the Hayward gallery. Its 50 years since the Hayward Gallery opened its doors, this year its latest exhibition features 20 artists spanning roughly 50 years of work to tie in with the 50th anniversary.

20:50 by Richard Wilson

The installations explore the perception of space and many of the works are constructed from transparent materials like glass and polyester resins. As you move around the object you get different views, objects appear and disappear depending upon your perspective.

The exhibition opens on the 26th and runs till 6th January 2019 at the Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre.

Below are some of the photos I took of the exhibition during the press preview, with lots more on my Flickr.

Opens 26th September at the Hayward Gallery

WeltenLinie by Alicja Kwade

Parabolic Lens by Fred Eversley

Parabolic Lens by Fred Eversley

Narcissus Garden – Yayoi Kusama

Handrail by Monika Sosnowska

Gray Column by De Wain Valentine

Sky Mirror, Blue by Anish Kapoor

How to get there?

Taking place at the Hayward Gallery in the South-bank Centre. The closest tube station is Embankment or Waterloo on the bakerloo / northern line.
Thanks for reading my blog, leave a comment below if you went to this excellent exhibition. What was your favourite piece? My favourite was the Narcissus Garden (1966 – 2018) by Yayoi Kusama from Japan.

Narcissus Garden – Yayoi Kusama


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