Hayward Gallery

Founded in 1968 and housed in the striking, Brutalist surroundings of the Southbank Centre, The Hayward Gallery has for over 40 years been an independent, pioneering and influential force in the visual arts both nationally and internationally.

Exterior of the Hayward Gallery

Exterior of the Hayward Gallery

It has built a reputation for groundbreaking programming, bringing an enquiring, contemporary and critical edge to exhibitions spanning history, cultures, artistic disciplines and media.

Permanent collections

The Hayward does not display a permanent collection, instead hosting a selection of rotating contemporary art exhibitions throughout the year.

Notable recent exhibitions have included the humorous work of David Shrigley, the interactive, immersive sculptures of Erneso Neto and the varied output of Turner Prize-winner Jeremy Deller.

Visitor Information The Southbank Centre is host to a number of restaurants and café, including Skylon, the Riverside Terrace Café, the Central Bar and the Canteen. The gallery shop offers a range of art-related items, and the branch of Foyles nearby provides a wide selection of art books

Venue details

Hayward Gallery Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road London SE1 8XX 0844 847 9910 www.southbankcentre.co.uk/hayward

Entry details

Free entry to all
50% off exhibitions with National Art Pass

Mon, 12noon – 6pm
Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun, 10am – 6pm
Thu, Fri, 10am – 8pm

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