Gursky at the Hayward
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29 January 2018
Photo: David Batchelor
After two years of renovation the Southbank Centre’s Hayward Gallery has just thrown open its doors to the public. Robert Bound heads down to meet director Ralph Rugoff and architect Richard Battye, and we speak to Jane Morris to find out the significance of the opening exhibition by Andreas Gursky.
29 January 2018
Photo: Ralph Goertz
Richard Battye is one of the architects behind the refreshed Hayward building. He tells Robert Bound about the integral nuances of the building in all the nooks and crannies that took years of planning but that you might not notice.
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