Art Night

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ArtSaturday July 7
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?Where
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6pm - 6am

?How Much

FREE



?Where

?When

6pm - 6am

?How Much

FREE

If you’re feeling the effects of World Cup fever a little too keenly, there couldn’t be a better chance to recharge your cultural batteries than this all-night art crawl taking place in venues across London from 6pm on Saturday until sunrise. Hayward Gallery’s Art Night is heading south of the river for the first time in its three-year history, leading art lovers out of their comfort zone on the Southbank and into some hidden and some more iconic locations. These include Battersea Power Station, where an 80-foot mural by Suzanne Treister takes centre stage. Further afield in Nine Elms, a brightly-painted wooden caravan by Lara Favaretto hangs from a crane, and (of course) there are VR experiences to be had in Embassy Gardens. There’ll be dozens of smaller installations and performance pop-ups along the way, as well as a procession making its way through the trail. This is a rare opportunity to explore the city at night while discovering some of the latest in contemporary art. And if you’re not up for an all-nighter, a selection of works will stay open for more leisurely viewing from 11am – 6pm on Sunday. The event is free to attend, with a visitor’s app to help you navigate the trail. By Abi Silvester

 

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