Hayward Touring is a contemporary art organisation producing exhibitions that tour to galleries, museums and other publicly-funded venues throughout Britain. We collaborate with artists, independent curators, writers and partner institutions to develop imaginative exhibitions that are seen by up to half a million people in over forty five cities and towns each year. Acting as a laboratory of ideas and nurturing new curatorial approaches, Hayward Touring’s exhibitions feature a thought-provoking mix of subjects and artists, intended to complement and expand upon our partner-galleries’ programmes.
Exhibitions range in scale from the British Art Show - the largest and most ambitious survey of recent British art, organised in different cities around the country every five years - to international group exhibitions produced with guest curators, artists and writers. The programme also extends to smaller monographic print and photography exhibitions, touring to a variety of venues including galleries, libraries, universities, colleges and schools, arts centres and historic sites.
Hayward Touring is supported by Arts Council England and, in addition to its own programme also tours exhibitions from the Arts Council Collection. For more information about the Arts Council Collection please visit www.artscouncilcollection.org.uk.
Hayward Touring exhibitions currently on the road include British Art Show 8 which is now on show in Norwich, the third city of its tour, and Art from Elsewhere: International Contemporary Art from UK Galleries with support from the Art Fund which launched at the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow. In June 2016 IN A DREAM YOU SAW A WAY TO SURVIVE AND YOU WERE FULL OF JOY curated by Turner Prize-winning artist Elizabeth Price opens at the Whitworth, University of Manchester. Presenting a vast repertoire of seminal artworks and historical objects, it explores the psychological and affective power of the horizontal.
Click on a pin on the map below to find out more about specific current exhibitions on tour.
To find out more about collaborating with Hayward Touring on new exhibitions, or to get involved with one that is currently touring or in development please go to our ‘About Hayward Touring’ section or contact Alison Maun, our bookings administrator directly: email@example.com
To browse or order Hayward Touring catalogues please visit Hayward Publishing