De La Warr PavilionBexhill-On-Sea
The De La Warr Pavilion is a centre for arts and culture in an iconic modernist building by the sea. It opened to the public in 1935 and was built by Erich Mendelssohn and Serge Chermayeff as ‘the people’s palace for art and culture’. With artists and audiences at its heart, it produces an innovative and integrated cultural programme that reflects the world we live in. This exhibition is an important part of the 2018 programme that, across the year, invites visitors to think about the Pavilion's social, political and architectural history and context in new and sometimes unexpected ways. Previous exhibitions include: Alison Wilding: Right Here and Out There and Tamar Guimarães & Kasper Akhøj: I Blew on Mr Greenhill’s Main Joints with a Very ‘Hot’ Breath in 2018; George Shaw: My Back to Nature in 2017; and Fiona Banner: Buoys Boys in 2016. The Pavilion is part of OUTLANDS, a new national experimental music touring network.