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(Gianni Motti) Hayward Gallery's invisible show: 'the best exhibition you'll never see' Featured artworks include a movie shot with no film, invisible ink drawings and a plinth once stood on by Andy Warhol Class Art Projects, Hayward Gallery, Sculpture Stand, Invisible Ink, Bizarre Facts, Strange Places, Art Classroom, Classroom Posters, Minimalist Art

Haywards gallery's invisible show: 'the best exhibition you'll never see'

Featured artworks include a movie shot with no film, invisible ink drawings and a plinth once stood on by Andy Warhol

Hayward Gallery has an esteemed history with almost 50 years of thought-provoking contemporary art exhibitions. Hayward Gallery, Andy Goldsworthy, Antony Gormley, Light Installation, Design Reference, Blinds, Contemporary Art, Past, Sculptures

Hayward Gallery past exhibitions

Hayward Gallery has an esteemed history with almost 50 years of thought-provoking contemporary art exhibitions. Relive some highlights below.

Anish Kapoor's new exhibition covers the Royal Academy in poured, flung and spattered crimson paint – and mysterious worm-cast mountains. Anish Kapoor is at the Royal Academy of Arts from 26 September to 11 December Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Anish Kapoor, Train Art, Royal Academy Of Arts, Red Art, New Shows, Installation Art, Art Installations

Anish Kapoor: A very fine mess | Adrian Searle

Anish Kapoor has invaded the Royal Academy, driving a paint 'train' through it and firing red goo at the walls in an explosive new show, writes Adrian Searle

Not seeing is believing – up to a point – in the Hayward gallery's patchy but fascinating survey of invisible art, writes Laura Cumming Hayward Gallery, Ballet Skirt, Exhibitions, Uni, Artists, Fashion, Moda, Tutu, Fashion Styles

Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957-2012 – review

Not seeing is believing – up to a point – in the Hayward gallery's patchy but fascinating survey of invisible art, writes Laura Cumming

Set in a stunning late-Victorian London mansion, this exhibition of highlights from Cambridge University’s eight museums is eclectic and wondrous, says Lowenna Waters London Mansion, Victorian London, Exhibitions, Discovery, Temple, Culture, Places, Art, Art Background

Discoveries, Two Temple Place, review

Set in a stunning late-Victorian London mansion, this exhibition of highlights from Cambridge University’s eight museums is eclectic and wondrous, says Lowenna Waters