11 October 2017


14 March 2016

Paul Black Reviews: DAS INSTITUT At The Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Paul Black recently attended the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, which is currently presenting the first major exhibition of work by Kerstin Brätsch and Adele Röder in a UK public gallery. The artists are based in New York and London – and as well as their individual practices – Brätsch and Röder have worked collaboratively as DAS […]

4 June 2015


Artlyst Photo Special: Duane Hanson Realist Sculpture, Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Artlyst has visited the Serpentine Sackler Gallery to see the realist works of the late American sculptor Duane Hanson. This is the first survey show of the artist in London since 1997. The artist spent an entire career portraying working-class American through realist sculpture, focusing on what Hanson perceived as the over-looked of society, those […]

12 December 2014

Julio Le Parc, Serpentine Sackler Gallery – Fun Of The Fair

The Serpentine Galleries present two exhibitions this winter, with Reiner Ruthenbeck at the Serpentine Gallery, and Julio Le Parc at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery – Argentinian-born artist Julio Le Parc is known for creating works that transform space through light. The artist’s work often involves installations and interactive works featuring the Le Parc trademark of […]

12 December 2014

Reiner Ruthenbeck, The Serpentine Gallery – Sculpture Trimmed Of Beuysian Fat

The Serpentine Galleries present two exhibitions this winter, with Julio Le Parc at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery – and an exhibition of the sculpture and installation of Reiner Ruthenbeck. This is the first major survey in the UK of German sculptor and conceptual artist Ruthenbeck at the older Serpentine Gallery; the artist manipulates the geometry […]

14 October 2014

Cerith Wyn Evans At The Serpentine Sackler Gallery

The Serpentine Sackler Gallery presents an exhibition of Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans’ illuminated works. Apparently this is a major solo show that brings together a number of pieces by the artist; and described as a varied body of work brought together ‘in concert’, which Wyn Evans has stated as “responding to the spaces which […]

10 February 2014


Martino Gamper: Influential Italian designer Curates Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Serpentine Galleries has invited the influential London-based Italian designer Martino Gamper to curate a new exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Design is a state of mind will present a landscape of shelving systems, telling the story of design objects and their impact on our lives. This is the second major design exhibition staged by […]

25 November 2013


Jake and Dinos Chapman Explore Morality Art History and Consumer Culture

A new exhibition of Jake and Dinos Chapman at the Serpentine Gallery explores Morality, the history of art and consumer culture. These are subjects that loom large in their new show “Come and See” at the Zaha Hadid-designed Sackler Gallery. Come and See will demonstrate the range of the artists’ output – from painting, drawing, […]

26 September 2013


Serpentine’s New Sackler Gallery Designed by Zaha Hadid Unveiled

The launch of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery marks a new era for the internationally acclaimed arts organisation, which has championed new ideas in contemporary arts since it opened in 1970. The Serpentine has presented pioneering exhibitions of 1,600 artists over 43 years, from the work of emerging practitioners to the most internationally recognised artists and […]

12 May 2011


Leading Artists Donate Work to Benefit Serpentine Gallery

Sotheby’s has announced that an auction will take place in June to benefit the new building plans at the Serpentine Gallery. It will take place on June 30. The event will offer 46 works donated by leading contemporary artists, some with connections to the gallery. The Serpentine Gallery’s new Sackler Gallery will open in 2012 […]