07 July 2018
Don’t miss the contemporary arts festival “ART Night” that puts art into extraordinary locations around London for one night a year!
This year, the Art Night focuses of the themes of the home and urban landscape and its trail begins by the iconic Battersea Power Station and runs through to the South Bank, via Vauxhall and Nine Elms.
On 7 July Nine Elms will feature four Hayward Gallery-curated artist projects: Suzanne Treister by Battersea Power Station, Tamara Henderson at New Covent Garden Market, Miao Ying at Embassy Gardens Marketing Suite, Jeremy Deller at Prince of Wales Drive. In addition, the Art Night Open programme of local artists and galleries have projects across the Battersea area, including a screening of video works from the David Roberts Collection followed by a club night in collaboration with Lisson Gallery in Battersea Power Station Village Hall and exhibitions in Pump House Gallery and Nine Elms Pavillion.
Circus West Village at Battersea Power Station will be transformed into the Art Night 2018 Festival Square, hosting workshops and artist projects, as well as providing information and limited edition merchandise on the night. There will be a floristry workshop hosted by Moyses Stevens, and a print workshop taking place in The CoffeeWorks Project.
For this night there will be special menus and late openings in many of the restaurants in Circus West Village and drinks as well.
For more information visit: http://2018.artnight.london/