Tuesday, 21 October 2014  |  SBC Shops

            London artists on fiction and reality


Hayward Gallery 14th October 2014 - 4th January 2015

MIRRORCITY is now open at the Hayward Gallery.

The exhibition explores the effect the digital revolution has had on our experiences through work by key emerging and established London artists who seek to address the challenges, conditions and consequences of living in a digital age.

The Hayward Gallery Shop has a collection of products which reflect the themes of the exhibition including books by the featured artists, limited edition prints and a range of unusual gifts for the technology age. 


Lindsay Seers editions

Southbank Centre Shops are offering four different framed editions by MIRRORCITY artist Lindsay Seers.

Each edition has been produced in a series of just 5 and are available to order at our shop at the Hayward Gallery and online.

Each print is supplied with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.


Holy Mountain, £1300











Londone in Endland by Tim Etchells

This limited edition A2 Lithograph print by Tim Etchells has been designed exclusively for MIRRORCITY.

View it here,  £6

T Shirts and Tote Bag from LUCKY PDF



Created exclusively for MIRRORCITY


 I am  GENTRIFICATION  tote £10



 I am  GENTRIFICATION T Shirts  £25, Unisex 



To accompany the exhibition, Hayward Publishing has produced this newspaper edited by celebrated novelist Tom McCarthy.

The MIRRORCITY newspaper is a collaborative project featuring newly-commissioned texts and images from the author, artists included in the show and acclaimed writers Chloe Aridjis, Stewart Home and Deborah Levy. This unique artist-led publication is accompanied by a full-colour ‘supplement’, featuring large-format images of the works in the exhibition and an introductory essay by curator Stephanie Rosenthal.

Artists featured in the newspaper and its accompanying supplement are Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq, Michael Dean, Tim Etchells, Anne Hardy, Susan Hiller, Lloyd Corporation, LuckyPDF, Helen Marten, Ursula Mayer, Emma McNally, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, Katrina Palmer, Pil and Galia Kollectiv, Laure Prouvost, Aura Satz, Hannah Sawtell, Lindsay Seers, Tai Shani, Daniel Sinsel, John Stezaker, Volumes Project and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.



Special Exhibition price £5.00 with free delivery for online purchases