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Invisible Art exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London

Tom Friedman Untitled (A Curse), 1992. Photo Linda Photo: Linda Nylind

An Invisible Art gallery - the first UK survey exhibition of artworks that explore ideas related to the invisible, the hidden and the unknown - hits London this summer.

Tom Friedman, 1000 Hours of Staring (1992-97) Credit: Linda Nylind

The exhibition will emphasises the ideas behind artworks, the role of visitors' imagination in responding to art, the process of creating art.

Bruno Jakob, Breath, floating in color as well as black and white (Venice), 2011 Credit: Linda Nylind

The exhibition features works by some of the most important artists from the past half century including Andy Warhol, Yves Klein, Robert Barry, Chris Burden and Yoko Ono.

Jeppe Hein, Invisible Labyrinth, 2005 Credit: Linda Nylind

The exhibition runs from 12 June to 5 August at the Hayward Gallery.