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Relaxed opening of Antony Gormley

Private view

Monday 4 November 2019
9am

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Antony Gormley, Cave, 2019.

Installation view, ‘Antony Gormley’, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 21st September to 3rd December 2019.

Approximately 27 tonnes of weathering steel. 14.11 x 11.37 x 7.34 m.. © the Artist. Photo: David Parry.

Our relaxed early morning opening allows visitors who benefit from a quiet environment to explore the work of Antony Gormley, including those with autism spectrum conditions or sensory processing difficulties, their families, and carers.

This is an early morning opening of Antony Gormley for visitors who benefit from a quieter environment, including those with autism spectrum conditions or sensory processing difficulties, their families and carers. A quiet space will be available for visitors needing to take a break.

Works in this exhibition contain water, sharp edges and materials that can transfer onto clothing. Please be aware that this exhibition features an installation in an enclosed, dark space that may not be suitable for those sensitive to darkness or confined spaces. Please ask a member of staff for an alternative route around this installation.

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For more information, please email access@royalacademy.org.uk or call 020 7300 5732.

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Monday 4 November 2019

9am

Main Galleries, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts

£15 disabled concession. Under 16s free. Companion or carer tickets are free.