The Serpentine Galleries are situated either side of the Serpentine Bridge in Kensington Gardens and next to the annually-changing Pavilion. Exhibitions are free; you can either drop in or book a timed ticket in advance to help you plan your day.
The Serpentine Pavilion 2022: Black Chapel designed by Theaster Gates is inspired by a range of architectural shapes including the bottle kilns of Stoke-on-Trent. It is intended as a space for contemplation and reflection.
The galleries are open 10am-6pm Tuesday – Sunday (closed Mondays). Please note that the South Gallery is currently closed until 7th October 2022.
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