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The Art of the Brick
THE ART OF THE BRICK is a global touring exhibition rated by CNN as one of the world's "Must See Exhibitions." These are the first art exhibitions to focus exclusively on the use of LEGO® bricks as an art medium and artist Nathan Sawaya has taken it to new heights.
This award-winning artist has multiple unique exhibitions created solely from standard LEGO bricks often with several new sculptures created specifically for each exhibition. Each show has countless colorful LEGO pieces which Sawaya has transformed into whimsical and awe-inspiring creations.
Sawaya’s ability to transform this common toy into something meaningful, his devotion to spatial perfection and the way he conceptualizes action, enables him to elevate what almost every child has played with into the status of contemporary art.
“These works are very personal to me, since they reflect my growth as an artist as I strove to discover my creative identity,” said Sawaya. “The museum exhibition is accessible because it engages the child in all of us while simultaneously illuminating sophisticated and complex concepts. Everyone can relate to the medium since it is a toy that many children have at home. But my goal with this exhibition when it first debuted in 2007 was to elevate this simple plaything to a place it has never been before.”
Suitable for all ages.
- Access Information
The site is fully accessible with lifts located from the main entrance.
There are toilets located within the exhibition space, including a disabled toilet.
- Cancellation Policy
Tickets are non-refundable but we will do our best to help if you have any problems. If you notice a problem with your booking then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Suitable For Children
Suitable for all ages.
Children aged 3 and over need a Child ticket. Children under 3 require a free ticket.
22nd Nov 2019 to 20th April 2020
Sunday – Wednesday: 10am to 6pm (last entry 5pm)
Thursday: 10am to 8pm (last entry 7pm)
Friday & Saturday: 10am to 7pm (last entry 6pm)
HOURLY ENTRY TIMES
- Where Do I Go
Great Northern Warehouse,
Great Northern Warehouse
Latest customer reviews
Some amazing pieces :-)
3 January 2020
Worth a visit if you love Lego. I was hoping to inspire my boys into building with Lego again. However, I don't think it has. As a family of 4, we all enjoyed the artwork on display, but for the price, I expected there to be something more (although not sure what). Walking around the whole exhibition took a little over 30 minutes. There was some amazing pieces, and I was especially impressed with the artwork. For instance, there was a Mona Lisa (amongst other famous paintings), made out of Lego pieces, and if you looked at it with the naked eye it looked like it had been made with Lego. However, when you looked at it through the lens of a camera, the definition was much clearer. i would recommend a visit, but just wished it cost a bit less for the privilege.
Cara Confirmed ticket purchaser