Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder

Admission

From Free - £11.50

Exhibitions

15 October 2022 - 15 January 2023

10am – 5pm

British-Ghanaian artist Larry Achiampong works in film, sculpture, installation, sound, collage, music and performance. His work draws on popular culture and his communal and personal heritage.

Included in his first major UK solo show to date is Achiampong’s debut feature length film Wayfinder, as well as a large presentation of his Pan African flags, life-sized Relic Traveller figures and Glyth collages. It will also reveal some of his influences from video games to the landscape paintings of JMW Turner.

Pop in to play!

Everyone is welcome to pop into the Café during the exhibition of Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder and play some of the best video games from the last three decades. There’s a game for everyone, from Donkey Kong to The Legend of Zelda. Play against friends and families, or rediscover your favourites. Let the games commence!

Prices


Adult £11.50 | £12.65 with Gift Aid donation
Concessions (Jobseeker, full time student & registered disabled) £8.50 | £9.35
Art Fund Pass £5.75 | £6.33 with Gift Aid donation
MK Gallery Members / Under 26s / Accompanying Carers Free
MK Residents £1 | £1.10 with Gift Aid donation every Tuesday

We would like to encourage all visitors to pre-book their tickets.

To book your MK Resident tickets: Log in to your account, select the MK Residents ticket type at checkout, and your tickets will automatically be discounted if you hold an MK postcode. You will not need to enter any payment details. Milton Keynes Residents are those who pay Milton Keynes council tax.

Exhibition events


16 October Relaxed Exhibition Viewing
25 October Volunteer Recruitment Evening
29 October Toddle Exhibition Tour
29 October Child Exhibition Tour (SEND)
4 November MK Gallery Late
12 November BSL Exhibition Tour
20 November Relaxed Exhibition Viewing
3 December Audio Described Exhibition Tour

This exhibition has been commissioned by Turner Contemporary with MK Gallery and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.