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May 2024

Art After After Dark | 12 & 13 October

Join us for two jam-packed evenings of Art After Dark, starting tonight. Discover public art by Claire Luxton and Robert Montgomery in Leicester Square Gardens, coupled with delectable dining offers, late night gallery openings and a Friday night Marina Abramović display on the Piccadilly Lights based on her extraordinary exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.

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Art & Culture After Dark

Explore independent galleries in Piccadilly and St. James's and discover cutting edge exhibitions after dark. Experience London's vibrant art scene enhanced with free outdoor public artworks and enjoy after-hours visits to world-class art institutions including The National Portrait Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, and The National Gallery.

West End Gallery HOP!

Today (Thursday 12th October), soak up art and culture as the sun goes down while visiting independent galleries such as Stern Pissarro Gallery, Cristea Roberts Gallery, Saatchi Yates.

Friday Night Lates

On Friday 13th October, iconic art institutions The National Portrait Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, and The National Gallery welcome art enthusiasts for a night time cultural experience.

Art Outdoors

Art After Dark is here to illuminate the streets of London's West End with public artworks by Claire Luxton and Robert Montgomery and a display celebrating iconic performance artist Marina Abramović.

Exclusive Dining Offers

As an Art After Dark attendee, access exclusive dining offers and enjoy some of London's finest eateries. Participating restaurants include Ochre at The National Gallery and renowned restaurant J. Sheekey.

 
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Marina Abramović

On the Piccadilly Lights on Friday 13th October there will be a digital display inspired by the work of iconic performance artist Marina Abramović.

Set to light up the screens of the Piccadilly Lights as night falls, the display combines images from ‘Four Crosses’ 2019, an installation featured in the Marina Abramović exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, along with a selection of instructional statements taken from the ‘Marina Abramović Method’. These statements are designed to teach the artist’s method for reaching a higher consciousness and confronting life’s challenges.