One of our favourite London galleries, the Hayward, has put together a mind-boggling exhibition that has had the press captivated since it first opened.
Invisible: Art of the Unseen 1957 – 2012 features work from some of the most important artists of our time and some emerging ones too! Despite how it sounds, it’s not just a gallery full of nothing… well to the naked eye perhaps!
The exhibition is full of pieces of work that are not necessarily material things you can see, but manufactured atmospheres including ghosts and cursed space (spooky!). It highlights the huge role our imagination plays when we come into contact with art and actually, despite the lack of things to see, really opened our eyes to how we perceive art.
A wonderful way to while away the hours on a Saturday afternoon and it includes works from some iconic artists like Andy Warhol, Yoko Ono, Yves Klein and Tom Friedman, amongst others.
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