Everything Was Moving: Photography From The 60s And 70s

 
 

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 13TH JANUARY 2013

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Barbican Centre, Silk Street, City, London EC2Y 8DS 
 
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13th September 2012 until 13th January 2013
 
OPENING TIMES
Mon & Tue, Fri-Sun 11am-8pm, Wed 11am-6pm, Thu 11am-10pm, ends Jan 13
 
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£12, adv £10, concs £8, adv concs/ages 13-17 £7, adv ages 13-17 £6, under 13s free
 

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Presenting a major survey of the photographic medium during a period of rapid social change, Everything Was Moving: 60s & 70s, features more than 400 images taken by some of the most widely acclaimed photographers from across the globe. With works dating back to the Cultural Revolution, the striking display gives visitors of the Barbican Art Gallery a unique opportunity to browse through some of the most astounding shots taken by the likes of William Eggleston and Graciela Iturbide.

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About Barbican Centre

Described by the Queen as 'one of the wonders of the modern world' , the Barbican Centre has also been voted 'London's ugliest building'. Ugly or not, this multi-faceted performance and arts venue is truly wondrous. Open 363 days a year, it offers the most diverse program of any London venue. More about Barbican Centre

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Barbican Centre, Silk Street, City, London EC2Y | Same location as Everything Was Moving: Photography From The 60s And 70s
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Sumurun (One Arabian Night) + Live Music AccompanimentSumurun (One Arabian Night) + Live Music Accompaniment17th April 2014Thursday 17th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
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Sumurun (One Arabian Night) + Live Music Accompaniment
event > Film Events
DATES  11th to 17th Apr 2014
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
The DoubleThe DoubleSimon is a shy, socially awkward office worker who is overlooked by everyone in his unedifying existence including his boss, his mother and the woman of his dreams, Hannah. He feels powerless and isolated in an indifferent world. New co-worker James upsets the balance - he is the physical double of Simon but personality-wise, his exact opposite: co17th April 2014Thursday 17th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Ends Today
The Double
event > Film Events
DATES  11th to 17th Apr 2014
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
Simon is a shy, socially awkward office worker who is overlooked by everyone in his unedifying existence including his boss, his mother and the woman of his dreams, Hannah. He feels powerless and isolated in an indifferent world. New co-worker James upsets the balance - he is the physical double of Simon but personality-wise, his exact opposite: co
Barbican Library TourBarbican Library TourAn informal introduction to the library and its services.17th April 2014Thursday 17th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Today Only
Barbican Library Tour
event > Tours
PRICING  Free, ticketed
DATES  Thursday 17th April 2014 - 1pm
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
An informal introduction to the library and its services.
These New Puritans: TNP ExpandedThese New Puritans: TNP ExpandedThe three-piece indie-rock band, formed originally by Jack Barnett and his twin brother George Barnett, performs the album Field Of Reeds in its entirety plus selections from Lost Chords as an expanded ensemble incorporating brass, strings, voices and percussion.17th April 2014Thursday 17th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Today Only
These New Puritans: TNP Expanded
event > Concerts > Rock & Pop - Indie & Grunge
DATES  Thursday 17th April 2014 - 7.30pm
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
The three-piece indie-rock band, formed originally by Jack Barnett and his twin brother George Barnett, performs the album Field Of Reeds in its entirety plus selections from Lost Chords as an expanded ensemble incorporating brass, strings, voices and percussion.
NoahNoahNoah lives with his wife Naameh and sons Shem, Ham and Japheth. One night, Noah experiences a vision of a devastating flood. A visit to the mountainous lair of Noah's grandfather Methuselah confirms the dire prediction and Noah accepts his task to build an ark capable of temporarily housing one pair of "all that creeps, all that crawls, all that sl17th April 2014Thursday 17th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Ends Today
Noah
event > Film Events
DATES  12th to 17th Apr 2014
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
Noah lives with his wife Naameh and sons Shem, Ham and Japheth. One night, Noah experiences a vision of a devastating flood. A visit to the mountainous lair of Noah's grandfather Methuselah confirms the dire prediction and Noah accepts his task to build an ark capable of temporarily housing one pair of "all that creeps, all that crawls, all that sl
'Tis Pity She's a Whore'Tis Pity She's a Whore'Tis Pity She's a WhoreCheek By Jowl reprise their production of John Ford's Jacobean tragedy 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, directed by Declan Donnellan. Not for the faint hearted (or anyone under the age of 16), the visceral, violent play addresses topics of incest, morality, corruption and religion as a brother and sister's relationship drags them down into Hell. Powerful s17th April 2014Saturday 26th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Theatre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Now On
'Tis Pity She's a Whore
event > Theatre
DATES  9th to 26th April 2014
VENUE  Barbican Theatre 
Cheek By Jowl reprise their production of John Ford's Jacobean tragedy 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, directed by Declan Donnellan. Not for the faint hearted (or anyone under the age of 16), the visceral, violent play addresses topics of incest, morality, corruption and religion as a brother and sister's relationship drags them down into Hell. Powerful s... More about this event
 
'Tis Pity She's A Whore'Tis Pity She's A WhoreCheek by Jowl's production of the 17th century bloody and shocking drama, written by John Ford, about a brother and sister's descent into hell. Directed by Declan Donnellan. Not suitable for ages below 16.17th April 2014Saturday 26th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Now On
'Tis Pity She's A Whore
event > Theatre > Dramas
DATES  9th to 26th April 2014
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
Cheek by Jowl's production of the 17th century bloody and shocking drama, written by John Ford, about a brother and sister's descent into hell. Directed by Declan Donnellan. Not suitable for ages below 16.
Melissa Pender & Neda Dana-Haeri: PassagesMelissa Pender & Neda Dana-Haeri: PassagesPhotography and prints exploring the relationships between time and memory, and community and structure.17th April 2014Saturday 26th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Free EventNow On
Melissa Pender & Neda Dana-Haeri: Passages
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography | PRICING  Free  
DATES  1st to 26th April 2014
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
Photography and prints exploring the relationships between time and memory, and community and structure.
All That Jazz: The Golden Age Of British Popular Music 1919-1950All That Jazz: The Golden Age Of British Popular Music 1919-1950Material from the National Jazz Archive, providing an insight into the sociocultural impact of jazz in Britain during the forgotten age of British popular music.17th April 2014Tuesday 29th April 2014 Where:
Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Free EventNow On
All That Jazz: The Golden Age Of British Popular Music 1919-1950
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography | PRICING  Free  
DATES  26th March to 29th April 2014
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
Material from the National Jazz Archive, providing an insight into the sociocultural impact of jazz in Britain during the forgotten age of British popular music.
United Visual Artists: MomentumUnited Visual Artists: MomentumUnited Visual Artists: MomentumThe Barbican's Curve Gallery turns itself into an immersive sound-and-light experience courtesy of London-based art and design practice United Visual Artists (UVA). The changing pattern of light and sound, and a series of hanging pendulum forms, are designed to unsettle our sense of time, movement, mass and space as we move through and around the s17th April 2014Sunday 1st June 2014 Where:
Barbican - Curve Gallery,   Ground Level  Barbican Centre    EC2Y 8DS
Category: event
Free EventOngoing
United Visual Artists: Momentum
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Installation | PRICING  Free  
DATES  13th February to 1st June 2014
VENUE  Barbican - Curve Gallery 
The Barbican's Curve Gallery turns itself into an immersive sound-and-light experience courtesy of London-based art and design practice United Visual Artists (UVA). The changing pattern of light and sound, and a series of hanging pendulum forms, are designed to unsettle our sense of time, movement, mass and space as we move through and around the s... More about this event
 
 
 

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'Tis Pity She's a Whore
'Tis Pity She's a Whore
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'Tis Pity She's A Whore
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Barbican Centre

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Tours | On 17th April 2014 

Barbican Centre

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The Anatomy Of A Suit
Exhibitions | Until 1st June 2014 

Museum of London 3 minutes walk from Barbican Centre

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