David Shrigley is best known for his drawings that make witty and wry observations on everyday life. Brain Activity is his first major show in London. The exhibition covers the full range of Shrigley’s work, including drawing, photography, sculpture, animation, painting and surprising interventions. Also available for your guests to view on the evening is Turner Prize-winner Jeremy Deller’s new exhibition, famed for helping to rewrite the rules of contemporary art in many respects. This mid-career survey - the first in the artist's career - provides a fresh overview of his multi-faceted work and incorporates almost all of his major works to date.
And you now have the chance to host an exclusive private view of both exhibitions, followed by a reception in the Hayward Gallery’s spectacular Waterloo Sunset Pavilion. Private views can take place out of gallery hours, Saturday to Wednesday, after 6pm. Both exhibitions run until 13th May so call now before it’s too late.
For more information on both exhibitions visit Southbank Centre’s website on http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/hayward-gallery-visual-arts