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The Hayward: Quiz

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Question 1: The kinetic light ________, which responds to wind force, on the roof of the passenger lift tower, was retained from an exhibition in 1971.
SculptureCeramic artCollageStained glass

Question 2: The Hayward opened on 9 July 1968, and its powerful massing and extensive use of exposed concrete construction makes it a good example of ________.
Art DecoDe StijlBrutalist architectureArt Nouveau

Question 3: The walkway above Belvedere Road with access from ________ widens to the west, following the line of Belvedere Road and accommodating the stairs to the external terrace, but following a different line from the upper gallery walls.
Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee BridgesLondonWaterloo BridgeVauxhall Bridge

Question 4: The Gallery is named after Sir Isaac Hayward, a former leader of the ________, the GLC's predecessor.
Lord Mayor's ShowLondon County CouncilGreater London CouncilGreater London

Question 5: The Hayward's exhibition policy embraces visual art from all periods, and past shows have included the works of Leonardo da Vinci, ________ and the French Impressionists.
Symbolism (arts)ExpressionismHenri MatisseEdvard Munch

Question 6: It is sited adjacent to the other Southbank Centre buildings (the Royal Festival Hall and the Queen Elizabeth Hall/Purcell Room) and also the Royal National Theatre and ________.
BBCChannel 4Imperial War MuseumBritish Film Institute

Question 7: The building originally had a very small main foyer area with cast aluminium doors similar to those of the ________.
South BankThe HaywardSouthbank CentreQueen Elizabeth Hall

Question 8: Recently the programme has tended to concentrate on surveys of contemporary art which complement the spaces and powerful concrete structure of the building, such as those of works by Dan Flavin and ________.
ManchesterAntony GormleyEnglandLondon

Question 9: Southbank Centre and Arts Council are considering the future of the Hayward building, together with the ________ and Purcell Room which stand between the Hayward and the River Thames.
Shot Tower, LambethQueen Elizabeth HallRoyal Festival HallSouth Bank

Question 10: The Hayward is an art gallery within the Southbank Centre, part of an area of major arts venues on the South Bank of the River Thames, in central London, ________.
WalesScotlandUnited KingdomEngland







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