Among the Trees returns

Finally, some good news. After more than 20 weeks closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Hayward Gallery and its Among the Trees exhibition is reopening to the public on 1 August.

With inspiring works from 37 artists, Among the Trees celebrates and reimagines how we think about trees and forests. By turns poetic, adventurous and thought-provoking, the exhibition invites us to consider trees as both cultural symbols and living organisms.

Among the Trees | Hayward Gallery


Nature has played a large part in our lives throughout the pandemic, and I am delighted that the public will once again have the opportunity to see this exhibition which invites us to think about the inspiring roles that trees and forests play in our lives and imaginations.
Ralph Rugoff, Director of Hayward Gallery

In line with government guidelines and best practice shared from colleagues at galleries and museums across the UK and Europe, the Hayward Gallery will reopen with fully assessed and implemented health and safety measures in place.

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Hayward Gallery, and Among the Trees, will be open five days a week (11am – 7pm Wednesday - Saturday, and 10am – 6pm on Sunday), from Saturday 1 August. All visitors must pre-book.

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