Exhibition: Chimps Are Family

This exhibition runs from Fri, 20th May 2022 to Fri, 21st Oct 2022. See all dates

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Mon,
27th Jun 2022  
(12am - 12am)
Tue,
28th Jun 2022  
(12am - 12am)
Wed,
29th Jun 2022  
(12am - 12am)
Thu,
30th Jun 2022  
(12am - 12am)
Fri,
1st Jul 2022  
(12am - 12am)
Sat,
2nd Jul 2022  
(12am - 12am)
Sun,
3rd Jul 2022  
(12am - 12am)

Coronavirus: Events may be cancelled and venues closed at short notice, you are advised to check on their websites before making a trip.

Cost: Free of Charge


This outdoor exhibition featured 28 chimps dotted around the South Bank demonstrating 18 different behaviours such as love, grief, and tool use, illustrating the vast similarities between us and the animals with which we share 98% of our DNA.

Well-known in London for their recent public sculpture, ‘The Orphans’, a project that brought awareness and much-needed funds to orphaned baby elephants. Gillie and Marc are now moving the spotlight onto chimpanzees and giving the people of London the chance to get up close and personal with our cousins and save them, before it’s too late.

The sculptures are designed to be interactive and engaging and the you are encouraged to get as close as you want, touching their faces, examining their hands, and even giving them a hug.

Each of the chimps will be displayed with a QR code where you can learn all about the individual chimpanzee and find important information surrounding conservation. You also have the option to donate funds, or even adopt one of the individual statues, to go directly to saving chimpanzees.



Location

various locations,