Kiss My Genders — Hayward Gallery

Address:
Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, Southbank, London
Tel:
0207 960 4200

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
12th June to 8th September 2019
11 AM to 7 PM (Mon, Wed, Fri-Sun); 11 AM to 9 PM (Thu)
Tickets & Cost:
Admission fee applies
See southbankcentre.co.uk

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Kiss My Genders is a group exhibition by more than 30 international artists who's work explores the ideas of gender fluidity, and non-binary, trans, and intersex identities.

The phrase "gender fluidity" seems to be a modern invention, but as this exhibition will show, artists have been using their own experiences to create artworks that challenge the accepted definitions of gender since at least the late 1960s.

The exhibition will include a wide variety of works from paintings, installations, sculptures, photography and film, and even a few pieces where the artists have treated their own body as a work in itself.

 

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