Art by offenders, secure patients and detainees from the 2017 Koestler Awards
21 Sep – 15 Nov
Open daily, 10am – 11pm
Level 1, Royal Festival Hall
Entrance is free
Antony Gormley, the renowned artist, curates an exhibition showcasing artworks produced in the UK’s prisons, secure hospitals and immigration removal centres, and by ex-offenders in the community.
This year’s show responds to the theme ‘Inside’ set by Gormley with input from prisoners, and aims to get people talking about the UK’s criminal justice system.
The artworks are selected from over 7,000 pieces of fine art, design, writing and music entered to this year’s Koestler Awards.
This exhibition contains themes that some visitors may find distressing, parental discretion is advised for younger visitors.
|20 Sep, 2pm||Exhibition Launch|
|11 Oct, 6pm||Inside: with curator Antony Gormley|
|16 Oct, 7pm||Voices from Prison|
|28 Oct, 2pm||Shared Reading with The Reader|
Join one of our exhibition tours, led by ex-offenders hosts trained by the Koestler Trust.
|Mon – Thu||1.30pm & 6pm|
|Fri – Sun||1.30pm, 4pm & 6pm|
Free, no booking required
Koestler Pop-Up Art Shop
A chance to buy unique artworks entered into the Koestler Awards (with a donation to Victim Support), as well as Koestler merchandise.
|Sat & Sun||11am – 8pm|
The exhibition is closed for private events 5pm – 10pm on the following dates:
|Oct||Tue 3, Mon 9, Tue 17, Thu 19, Mon 23|