Recommendation by Lemi
Catch a one-of-a-kind installation by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude on Serpentine Lake! The artists used thousands of colorful barrels on a floating platform to recreate an ancient Egyptian tomb called the “Mastaba.” Stand in awe of the 20-meter monolith as it dwarves over little rowboats on the water. See it for yourself, as the masterpiece will be on the Lake from June 18 to September 23 of 2018! The installation has been decades in the making. Trace the Mastaba’s entire process through an exhibit running simultaneously at the Serpentine Gallery. Serpentine is quite familiar with the big names. In 1989, they mounted a show on Andy Warhol’s early works from the 1950s. Along with special projects, Serpentine regularly commissions legendary architects to design their Summer Pavilions.