INVISIBLE: Art of the Unseen 1957-2012

Call me Katie

“Invisible art flouts our expectations and might even make us wonder if we are being sold the emperor’s new clothes… At the end of the day it is a type of conversation between artist and audience that can only ever be fully realised in our imaginations” – Invisible at the Hayward Gallery

Invisible at the Hayward Gallery is absolutely brilliant.The show is an artist’s playground – totally mischievous and fun, yet surprisingly intellectual. The artists are pushing the boundaries, having a play and just seeing what they can get away with.

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