Our Time on Earth celebrates the power of global creativity to transform the conversation around the climate emergency.
Sun-Wed 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm) Thu-Sat 10am-8pm (last entry 7pm)
Isamu Noguchi thought art should improve the way people live and believed sculpture could ‘be a vital force in our everyday life.
20 November 2021
The first major London exhibition by Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta highlights the fragility of one’s right to expression whilst raising urgent questions of censorship, confinement and resistance.
Francis Upritchard’s site-specific installation draws from ceramics, tapestry, glassblowing and more.
Sat– Wed 11am–8pm Thu and Fri 11am–9pm Bank Holidays 12pm–8pm Closed 24, 25 and 26 December
Working across photography, film, sculpture and more, Moroccan artist Yto Barrada draws on narratives of the bandit, magician, underdog and smuggler for her first major London commission in The Curve.
Mon–Sat: 9am–11pm Sun: 11am-11pm Bank Holidays: 12 noon–11pm
British artist and filmmaker, and winner of the 2017 Artes Mundi prize, John Akomfrah has been commissioned to create a new work for the Curve. His most ambitious project to date, Purple is an immersive, six-channel video installation addressing climate change and its effects on human communities, biodiversity and the wilderness.
Sat–Wed 10am–8pm (last entry 6.30pm) Thu–Fri 10am–10pm (last entry 8.30pm) Bank holidays 12 noon–8pm (last entry 6.30pm)
The genre-defining exhibition of art, design, film and literature at The Curve, Barbican Centre.
Sat–Wed: 10am–8pm (last entry 6.30pm) Thu–Fri: 10am–10pm (last entry 8.30pm) Bank holidays: 12 noon–8pm (last entry 6.30pm)
I enjoy the occasional afternoon wandering through junk shops and this exhibition was not without interest, in the way that… Read More
24 March 2015