Be among the first people to see this bold new photography show at the BarbicanWhat is it?
Entry to the Barbican’s new photography exhibition, plus a complimentary glass of wine and a curator’s introduction – exclusively for Time Out readers.
When is it?
Friday March 2.
‘Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins’ is an exhibition that documents the lives of those on the fringes of society. The 20 exhibiting photographers offer portraits of individuals and groups from as far and wide as America, India, Chile and Nigeria – those who have historically been overlooked, rejected and even marginalised. From countercultural groups to queer communities, the subjects of this fascinating exhibition are rebels, outsiders, innovators and outlaws who have, in their own ways, reshaped wider society.
We’ve organised an exclusive evening with the Barbican that gives Time Out readers the chance to be among the first few people to see this groundbreaking exhibition. From 6pm to 6.30pm, there’ll be a private drinks reception in The Garden Room where you’ll receive a complimentary glass of wine, before the curator introduces the exhibition at 6.30pm. Then, at 7pm, you’ll be invited to explore the exhibition.
We did mention it’s just for you lovely people, right? Don’t miss this chance to catch one of 2018’s most exciting exhibitions before everyone else is talking about it.
Need to know
This ticket is valid for one entry to Time Out Reader Event - Barbican’s Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins exhibition on Friday March 2.
Over 18s only.
Doors open at 6.00pm and drinks reception starts on Level 3 in The Garden Room.
Introductory curator talk starts at 6.30pm followed by entry to the exhibition.
Ticket includes entry to the exhibition, curator’s introduction and a glass of wine.
Please present your e-ticket on arrival.
Please note that photography and filming may occur on the evening which may feature visitors.
By purchasing a ticket and attending the event, you are agreeing to the use of these images in any future promotional, advertising or publicity material.
Image credit: Paz Errázuriz. From the series La Manzana de Adán (Adam’s Apple), 1983. © Paz Errázuriz.
Courtesy of the artist.
Large bags are not allowed in the exhibition — a free cloakroom is available adjacent to the exhibition entrance.
This voucher cannot be cancelled, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.