Admirality Arch


5pm — 2am

Advanced Booking Required

Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost takes visitors on a conceptual journey through the rooms of Admiralty Arch, playing with the history, architecture and interior design of the building.

This culminates in the work After After, 2015; a room filled with sculptures, paintings and objects that are brought to life with light and sound, in a narrative that considers ideas of past, present and future.

Admiralty Arch, an iconic London landmark designed in memory of Queen Victoria, is the ceremonial entrance to The Mall. The Grade I listed building is currently being restored and converted, into a Luxury Hotel, Residences and Private Members’ club, led by property investor Rafael Serrano (Prime Investors Capital).

The project is supported by Prime Investors Capital.

After after, Laure Prouvost, Installation view, 2011. Courtesy of the artist and MOT International London and Brussels. Photo: Blaise Adilon


Laure Prouvost (born in 1978, Croix-Lille, France). She lives and works in London, UK and Antwerp, Belgium. Recent solo exhibitions include A Way To Leak, Lick, Leek at Fahrenheit, Los Angeles, 2016; DER ÖFFENLICHKEIT: Laure Prouvost at Haus Der Kunst, Munich, 2016; L’écran: Entre ici et Ailleurs, CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, 2015; For Forgetting at New Museum, New York (2014); and Laure Prouvost at The Hepworth, Wakefield (2012). Prouvost won the MaxMara Art Prize for Women in 2011 and the Turner Prize in 2013.


To read more about the artist, visit the frieze archive.



The Mall, London SW1A 2WH

Main entrance is through Spring Gardens on the north side of the building.

Public transport

Plan your journey using Transport for London’s Journey Planner or call Transport for London on 020 7222 1234.

London Underground

The nearest tube station is Charing Cross (Northern, Bakerloo and British Rail lines).


The nearest train station is Charing Cross.


There is a bus stop on nearby Trafalgar Square or Cockspur Street. Please note that no bus services operate on The Mall.


There are bike racks for locking bikes at the top of the Duke of York Steps. Directly behind the ICA on the corner of Waterloo place and Carlton House Terrace is a London Cycle Hire docking station. You can use Cyclestreets to plan your cycle journey.


There is no parking on The Mall but the rounding of the road, on the west side of Admiralty Arch is available for dropping off passengers. There are car parks in Spring Gardens and Whitcombe St, both off Trafalgar Square and there are also metered parking bays in Waterloo Place and Carlton House Terrace.


No step free access

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