Tagged in KENSINGTON GARDENS

Suicide Vests And A Chinese Supermarket: The Biggest Exhibitions On Right Now Reviewed

Suicide Vests And A Chinese Supermarket: The Biggest Exhibitions On Right Now Reviewed

What's hot or not. | By Tabish Khan
London's Parakeets: Everything You Need To Know

London's Parakeets: Everything You Need To Know

They will land on your head and bite your ear. | By M@
The New Serpentine Pavilion Is Here And It's Part Waterfall

The New Serpentine Pavilion Is Here And It's Part Waterfall

Expect excitable kids to dash through the water. | By Harry Rosehill
Things To Do During The Day In Kensington

Things To Do During The Day In Kensington

Including where to see flamingos. | By Laura Reynolds
Why Does London Have So Many Royal Parks?

Why Does London Have So Many Royal Parks?

Henry VIII, mainly. | By Laura Reynolds
The Biggest Exhibitions In London To See (And Avoid) Right Now

The Biggest Exhibitions In London To See (And Avoid) Right Now

Our recommendations. | By Tabish Khan
Kensington Gardens Has Parakeets That Will Land On Your Hand

Kensington Gardens Has Parakeets That Will Land On Your Hand

Exceptionally tame. | By M@
Disco Balls And Fish Arrive At The Serpentine Galleries

Disco Balls And Fish Arrive At The Serpentine Galleries

Two exhibitions that complement one another. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
Where To Find Art In London's Parks

Where To Find Art In London's Parks

Sun and culture in one go. | By Tabish Khan
Review: Be Greeted By Neon Breasts At The Serpentine Galleries

Review: Be Greeted By Neon Breasts At The Serpentine Galleries

Abstract art on steroids in this double bill. | By Tabish Khan ★★☆☆☆
Weekend Walk: Four Royal Parks

Weekend Walk: Four Royal Parks

See the lungs of London. | By Nick Young
An Art And Technology Double Header At Serpentine Galleries, Reviewed

An Art And Technology Double Header At Serpentine Galleries, Reviewed

A pretty and an informative exhibition, but neither gets it right. | By Tabish Khan ★★☆☆☆
Two Serpentine Shows: One Funny, The Other Laughably Bad

Two Serpentine Shows: One Funny, The Other Laughably Bad

Jimmie Durham and Rachel Rose. | By Tabish Khan
Scarily Lifelike Sculptures And Striking Portraits At The Serpentine

Scarily Lifelike Sculptures And Striking Portraits At The Serpentine

A perfect double header for a summer of art. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Look Where Last Year's Serpentine Pavilion Ended Up

Look Where Last Year's Serpentine Pavilion Ended Up

What happens to them when summer's over? | By Londonist
Punch A Journalist And Step Into The Darkness At The Serpentine Galleries

Punch A Journalist And Step Into The Darkness At The Serpentine Galleries

From the subtle to the ridiculous. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
In Pictures: The Serpentine Pavilion 2014

In Pictures: The Serpentine Pavilion 2014

Stop by for a cuppa in this fragile doughnut. | By M@
Participatory Performance Art With Marina Abramovic

Participatory Performance Art With Marina Abramovic

Follow the instructions and become part of the art at Serpentine Gallery. | By Tabish Khan
London's Best Park Cafés

London's Best Park Cafés

London's lesser-known outdoor eateries. | By Sejal Sukhadwala
Haim Steinbach & Martino Gamper At Serpentine Galleries

Haim Steinbach & Martino Gamper At Serpentine Galleries

Are everyday objects art? | By Tabish Khan
Come See The Chapman Brothers And Wael Shawky

Come See The Chapman Brothers And Wael Shawky

Video puppetry and Nazi vitrines at the Serpentine Galleries. | By Tabish Khan
Two Serpentine Galleries, Two Exhibitions

Two Serpentine Galleries, Two Exhibitions

Elephants crushed by buildings and an unplayable guitar. | By Tabish Khan
The Secret Stones Of Kensington Gardens

The Secret Stones Of Kensington Gardens

Peter Pan fan investigates fictional graves. | By Londonist
The Day Peter Pan Was Tarred And Feathered

The Day Peter Pan Was Tarred And Feathered

London's messy art war. | By M@
Experience Some Leaps, Jumps And Bumps At Serpentine Gallery

Experience Some Leaps, Jumps And Bumps At Serpentine Gallery

Socio-political art launches an assault on the senses. | By Tabish Khan
In Pictures: The 2013 Serpentine Pavilion By Sou Fujimoto

In Pictures: The 2013 Serpentine Pavilion By Sou Fujimoto

Cloud-like structure graces Kensington Gardens. | By Dean Nicholas
Art Review: Rosemarie Trockel - A Cosmos @ Serpentine

Art Review: Rosemarie Trockel - A Cosmos @ Serpentine

Bizarre surrealism from an upside down palm tree to insects conducting extramarital affairs. | By Tabish Khan
Art Review: Jonas Mekas @ Serpentine Gallery

Art Review: Jonas Mekas @ Serpentine Gallery

One man's life in New York, documented. | By Tabish Khan
Art Review: Thomas Schutte @ Serpentine Gallery

Art Review: Thomas Schutte @ Serpentine Gallery

A sculptural masterclass outshines the disappointing drawings and paintings | By Tabish Khan
Art Review: Yoko Ono - To The Light @ Serpentine Gallery

Art Review: Yoko Ono - To The Light @ Serpentine Gallery

Conceptual art conveying messages of peace and love. | By Tabish Khan
London Art Fairs: A Beginner's Guide

London Art Fairs: A Beginner's Guide

Overwhelmed by London's many art fairs? Let us help you decide which one is for you. | By Tabish Khan
Art Review: Hans-Peter Feldmann @ Serpentine Gallery

Art Review: Hans-Peter Feldmann @ Serpentine Gallery

A brilliant collection of surreal and humorous art. | By Tabish Khan
Sunday Seasoning #96

Sunday Seasoning #96

Another great Kensington Gardens sunset. | By Dave Haste
Preview: The Serpentine Gallery Garden Marathon

Preview: The Serpentine Gallery Garden Marathon

The latest cross-cultural Serpentine Gallery Marathon takes a look at gardens | By Zoe Craig
In Pictures: The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2011

In Pictures: The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2011

An enclosed garden is at the heart of Peter Zumthor's pavilion | By tikichris
Peter Zumthor To Design 2011 Serpentine Pavilion

Peter Zumthor To Design 2011 Serpentine Pavilion

The 11th annual summer pavilion will be designed by a Swiss master. | By M@
Sunday Seasoning #66

Sunday Seasoning #66

A cygnet's-eye view of a sunset over Kensington Gardens. | By Dave Haste
Sunday Seasoning #62

Sunday Seasoning #62

This week we have no less than SEVEN seasonal photos for your viewing pleasure. It's obviously been a busy week for London photographers. | By Dave Haste
In Pictures: New Eurostar Train At Albert Memorial

In Pictures: New Eurostar Train At Albert Memorial

By Dean Nicholas
Ride The Replica Rocket Steam Train In Kensington Gardens

Ride The Replica Rocket Steam Train In Kensington Gardens

By M@
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

By SallyB2

In Pictures: The Serpentine Pavilion 2009

By Dean Nicholas
Serpentine Pavilion Design Unveiled

Serpentine Pavilion Design Unveiled

By Dean Nicholas
Japanese Firm To Design Serpentine Pavilion

Japanese Firm To Design Serpentine Pavilion

By Dean Nicholas
Careless Cyclists Causing Park Strife

Careless Cyclists Causing Park Strife

By Dean Nicholas
Key Architects Make Mark On London

Key Architects Make Mark On London

By Dean Nicholas
Architect Gehry gets first London commission

Architect Gehry gets first London commission

By M@

Pavilion in the Park

By Lindsey

Extra, Extra

By Rob
Londonist Gets Off Its Arse: Holland Park

Londonist Gets Off Its Arse: Holland Park

By Dave Haste
Inside The Serpent’s Egg

Inside The Serpent’s Egg

By M@
The Exhibition Road Music Day

The Exhibition Road Music Day

By Hazel

Your Mum

By Hazel

Will The 79,999 Of You Please Pick Up Your Rubbish And Leave Quietly

By londonist_mark
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

By Rob

London Art Gallery Roundup (Part 1)

By London_Drew
October Is An Arts Fest

October Is An Arts Fest

By London_Ted

I Say Old Chap, What A Handy Guidebook.

By Rob

Serpentine To Remain Mountainless

By Rob

Film Maps

By Rob