While Warhol is the name on most people's lips, Robin Rhode is the real reason to trip to the Hayward Gallery.
Up the spiral staircase from the dense atmosphere of Andy Warhol's quest for immortality, is the soft touch of an unconventional 32-year-old South African graffiti artist.
Using photography, he creates simple yet captivating still-life storyboards - or extends the process to create short films through stop-frame animation. Enhanced by choreography and music, films such as Promenade (2008) become like fun flip-books, while improbable photo sequences such as Stone Flag (2004) play with the imagi-nation. If you like these sort of mind games, then check out Blu. One of the six graffiti artist invited to deface the walls on the Tate Modern this summer, his animation is bringing walls to life.
Robin Rhode: Who Saw Who is at the Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, until December 7. s10/7, Students s6, under 16s s4.50, under 12s free. Includes entry to Andy Warhol: Other Voices, Other Rooms. Sat-Thurs 10-6pm, Fri 10am-10pm. Call 0871 663 2519.