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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.

Shadow Play: ☀️🌱 Can you guess whereabouts in the Barbican our May Instagrammer in Residence @tinykingdom_uk took this spring sunshine #PlantsOfBarbican silhouette? 🤔...

Shadow Play: ☀️🌱 Can you guess whereabouts in the Barbican our May Instagrammer in Residence @tinykingdom_uk took this spring sunshine #PlantsOfBarbican silhouette? 🤔...

Shadow Play: ☀️🌱 Can you guess whereabouts in the Barbican our May Instagrammer in Residence @tinykingdom_uk took this spring sunshine #PlantsOfBarbican silhouette? 🤔...

Super Fly: 🌿🏢🌴 Views of Fly Tower, through @tinykingdom_uk eyes. A selection from our Instagrammer in Residence’s ‘access-all-areas’ Conservatory visit... Want to get to know our Conservatory? You can book one of our Conservatory Tours, led by our resident gardeners Marta and Neil, and explore the delights of our ‘Secret Garden’ on the 60min tour – visit ‪barbican.org.uk‬ for more information.

Super Fly: 🌿🏢🌴 Views of Fly Tower, through @tinykingdom_uk eyes. A selection from our Instagrammer in Residence’s ‘access-all-areas’ Conservatory visit... Want to get to know our Conservatory? You can book one of our Conservatory Tours, led by our resident gardeners Marta and Neil, and explore the delights of our ‘Secret Garden’ on the 60min tour – visit ‪barbican.org.uk‬ for more information.

Super Fly: 🌿🏢🌴 Views of Fly Tower, through @tinykingdom_uk eyes. A selection from our Instagrammer in Residence’s ‘access-all-areas’ Conservatory visit... Want to get to know our Conservatory? You can book one of our Conservatory Tours, led by our resident gardeners Marta and Neil, and explore the delights of our ‘Secret Garden’ on the 60min tour – visit ‪barbican.org.uk‬ for more information.

A big thank you to everyone who entered our #AnotherKindOfLife x @lensculture photography competition!

We’re revealing the three winning photos chosen by our judges (Alona Pardo, #AnotherKindOfLife curator, Alex from @lensculture and Maisie from @anothermagazine). This winning entry is by Florida-based @donagnello, who photographed an intinerant sign painter, living in his van.

Head to the Centre to see the winning photos on our plasma screens. Our #AnotherKindOfLife photography exhibitions closes 27 May.

A big thank you to everyone who entered our #AnotherKindOfLife x @lensculture photography competition!

We’re revealing the three winning photos chosen by our judges (Alona Pardo, #AnotherKindOfLife curator, Alex from @lensculture and Maisie from @anothermagazine). This winning entry is by Glasgow-based @sambrewsterphotography, who photographed a couple pursuing the ‘Mod Life’, a popular subculture from the 1950s.

Head to the Centre to see the winning photos on our plasma screens. Our #AnotherKindOfLife photography exhibitions closes 27 May.

A big thank you to everyone who entered our #AnotherKindOfLife x @lensculture photography competition!

We’re revealing the three winning photos chosen by our judges (Alona Pardo, #AnotherKindOfLife curator, Alex from @lensculture and Maisie from @anothermagazine). This winning entry is by Melbourne-based @tatiana_c_c_s, who photographed her friend Mandi, who told her ‘again part of the too large minority, hair gone but love here to stay’. More info on our blog (link in bio)

Head to the Centre to see the winning photos on our plasma screens. Our #AnotherKindOfLife photography exhibitions closes 27 May.

'People lost their language, so they describe by making sounds' - @ytobarrada

Moroccan artist @ytobarrada's 'Agadir' looks at the ways a city and its people address the process of reinvention following disaster. The book, designed and produced by @zakgroupoffice, is on sale in our Shop and features an interview between the artist herself and French architect Jean-Louis Cohen.

It's the final week to catch #YtoBarrada's 'Agadir' in The Curve (free entry) - ‪until Sun 20 May.‬

What does a city in a state of transition look like? . 'Agadir' by Moroccan artist @ytobarrada is the seventh book in The Curve Gallery series, designed and produced by @zakgroupoffice. The book explores Barrada's 'Agadir', an exhibition looking at a city and its people following disaster through the use of film, surreal performances, installations and collages. 'Agadir' is in The Curve ‪until Sun 20 May‬ - free entry.

'For my Barbican exhibition, I have decided to bring together several elements: firstly, a mural describing the main buildings of the reconstruction after the 1960 earthquake in Agadir, [...] secondly, wicker furniture; and finally, a series of collages'
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Moroccan artist @ytobarrada's 'Agadir' looks at the ways a city and its people address the process of reinvention following disaster. The book, designed and produced by @zakgroupoffice, is on sale in our Shop and features an interview between the artist herself and French architect Jean-Louis Cohen.
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It's the final week to catch #YtoBarrada's 'Agadir' in The Curve (free entry) - until Sun 20 May.

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