Lisson Gallery


Laure Prouvost: Re-dit-en-un-in-learning CENTER
London | Laure Prouvost: Re-dit-en-un-in-learning CENTER
Mary Corse: Variations
London | Mary Corse: Variations
London | 'Horizon' group exhibition opens in new Cork Street space
FOCUS: Allora & Calzadilla, Electromagnetic Field
Online Exhibition | FOCUS: Allora & Calzadilla, Electromagnetic Field
Re-de-en-un-in-learning with Laure Prouvost
Studio | Re-de-en-un-in-learning Laure Prouvost's lexicon
Shirazeh Houshiary: As Time Stood Still
Shanghai | Shirazeh Houshiary: As Time Stood Still
Julian Opie
Shanghai | Julian Opie
Hélio Oiticica
New York | Hélio Oiticica



Ai Weiwei: CIRCA 2020 With Flowers

From 1-31 October, a new public art project launches across the giant billboards in London's Piccadilly Circus. Every evening, at precisely 20:20 GMT, CIRCA will see Europe’s largest billboard pause its usual adverts for two minutes to screen a digital artwork. Ai Weiwei inaugurates the project, reflecting on this moment in time with a new 60-minute film that “begins from the year [he] was born through to the current unceasing pandemic threatening the human condition globally”. Ai's CIRCA commission unfolds in two-minute sections every evening throughout the month of October. The artist says that CIRCA "offers a very important platform for artists to exercise their practice and to reach out to a greater public".

CIRCA is suplemented by an online platform, CIRCA.ART, which is streaming the programme in unison with the Piccadilly Lights screen, a selection of which are being shown here on Lisson's website, changing daily. 

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