RouteTours will be held every morning and afternoon Fri-Sun. Scroll down to see the schedule and book your free spot.
The route begins with a site-responsive installation by Georgian artist Nika Kutateladze at VITRINE Bermondsey.
After a short walk, we stop at Cecilia Brunson Projects showing thought-provoking works by Alfredo Jaar that mark the 50th anniversary of General Augusto Pinochet's coup d'etat in Chile in 1973 that established a military dictatorship until 1990.
Next on the itinerary it's Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, presenting textile works by Ukrainian artist Iryna Maksymova, and portraits by the Seoul-based artist Tae Kim exploring the heightened emotional experiences of the gaming world and the increasingly blurred boundaries between our cyber personas and physical bodies.
Our final stop is Copperfield exhibiting collaged paintings by Larry Achiampong that reference the unlikely trinity of HBO TV, video games and Christianity, and draw attention to the almost-always white faces in Christian imagery, as well as in computer games.