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Barbican Centre  Pushing the boundaries of performance, film, music, art & learning, we are Europe's largest multiarts centre and an example of Brutalist architecture.

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We invited our friend @justanotherdayin (our Instagrammer of Residence back in February) into @londonsymphonyorchestra’s rehearsals yesterday with Sir Simon Rattle, as part of #ThisIsRattle.
Coming this week for our ten-day celebrations? Head to our website to find out more about the free exhibition of photos and memorabilia covering Sir Simon Rattle’s musical life to date, as well as the many concerts, installations and performances taking place in the Centre.

A beautiful shot of Sir Simon Rattle in rehearsal with the @londonsymphonyorchestra from yesterday, taken before the opening concert of #ThisIsRattle, our ten-day celebrations marking the arrival of Sir Simon Rattle as Music Director of the LSO and Artist-in-Associate at the Barbican and Guildhall. Photo taken by our friend @justanotherdayin (our Instagrammer in Residence back in February)
Head to our website to find out more about our concerts, performances and installations as part of #ThisIsRattle.

We invited our friend @justanotherdayin (our Instagrammer of Residence back in February) into @londonsymphonyorchestra’s rehearsals yesterday with Sir Simon Rattle, as part of #ThisIsRattle, our ten-day celebration marking the arrival of Sir Simon Rattle as Music Director of the LSO and Artist-in-Associate at the Barbican and @guildhallschool.
Are you joining us this week for #ThisIsRattle?

We’re counting down the days… Two more weeks until our exhibition Basquiat: #BoomForReal opens in the Gallery.
Jean-Michel Basquiat first came to the media’s attention in 1978, when he teamed up with his classmate Al Diaz to graffiti enigmatic statements across the city under the collective pseudonym SAMO© (a contraction of ‘same old, same old shit’). Soon he was making drawings in his own blood, collaging baseball cards and postcards and painting on clothing, architectural fragments and improvised canvases.
#BoomForReal (21 Sep 2017-28 Jan 2018) focuses on the artist’s relationship to music, writing, performance, film and television. Photo: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Self Portrait, 1984, Private collection

‘I never went to an art school. I just looked at a lot of things’
Two more weeks until our Basquiat #BoomForReal exhibition opens in our Gallery, comprising over 100 works including paintings, sketches, drawings, photography and film.
#BoomForReal takes place from 21 Sep 2017 —28 Jan 2018.

Two more weeks until our Basquiat #BoomForReal exhibition opens in our Gallery.
One of the most significant painters of the 20th century, Basquiat came of age in the late 1970s in the post-punk underground art scene in downtown New York. By 1982, he had gained international recognition and was the youngest ever artist to participate in Documenta 7 in Kassel.
#BoomForReal (21 Sep 2017-28 Jan 2018) will feature rare film, photography, paintings, sketches and archive material. Photo: Jean-Michel Basquiat, A Panel of Experts, 1982, Courtesy The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Last two days to catch Conrad Shawcross’ light installation in our Pit Theatre, part of our Science Fiction exhibition #IntotheUnknown.
Visitors play a role in the piece visually: ‘The interplay of the people in the space will then create more shadows, so they will effect the space in itself. It will be a reciprocal thing between them and the ‘ he explains.
#IntotheUnknown closes tomorrow – advance booking strongly recommended.

Final days to experience Conrad Shawcross’ light installation as part of our Science Fiction exhibition #IntotheUnknown.
The artist describes this arm as a “light instrument”, made out of aluminium and steel parts on a low-slung tripod and the arm allows Conrad to move light anywhere within a space.

Robots, a gallery of aliens, props and models from a galaxy far, far away - #IntotheUnknown closes tomorrow.

It’s the final days to visit Conrad Shawcross’ light installation in our Pit Theatre as part of our Science Fiction exhibition #IntotheUnknown.
Conrad Shawcross’ new work explores the ‘riddle and mystery’ of objects. When visitors enter the space Conrad says they will enter a very dark space with a single light source which will emanate from the centre of a series of concentric circles.
#IntotheUnknown closes tomorrow.

No plans this #BankHoliday?
It's the last week to visit our Science Fiction exhibition #IntotheUnknown And lose yourself in remote territories, dystopian worlds and a gallery of aliens and robots.

#IntotheUnknown closes Fri 1 Sep.

Explore science fiction's new territories, lost worlds, cosmic possibilities and virtual universes in our exhibition #IntotheUnknown.
Head to blog.barbican.org.uk to read our collection of articles on the worlds of Science Fiction. #IntotheUnknown is on until 1 Sep.

From the 19th century cabinet of curiosities, to the vastness of space... Final week to visit our Sci-fi exhibition #IntotheUnknown and explore mysterious and remote worlds. #IntotheUnknown closes Fri 1 Sep.

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