Bridget Riley at the Hayward Gallery

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

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
23rd October 2019 to 26th January 2020
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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The Hayward Gallery will be putting on a major retrospective of Bridget Riley's work — one of Britain's most celebrated artists.

Created in close collaboration with the artist herself, this will be the largest survey of her work for nearly 16 years. It will explore both the origins of her perceptual paintings, and trace the most pivotal moments in her career.

Highlights will include Riley's iconic black-and-white paintings from the 1960s, plus the more expansive colour canvases and wall paintings from recent years, as well as many unseen studies and preparatory material.

 

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