Sicily: Culture and Conquest

British Museum
Until Aug 14
The British Museum presents the first UK exhibition to explore over 4000 years of history on the island of Sicily. This exhibition showcases the artistic and architectural achievements of the islands through objects from the British Museum’s collection as well as those loaned from Sicily and the rest of the world, many of which have come to the UK for the first time. Read More!

Dutch Flowers

National Gallery
Until Aug 29
The National Gallery explores the evolution of Dutch flower paintings over the course of two centuries with works by Jan Brueghel the Elder, Ambrosius Booschaert and Roelandt Savery. Read More!

Painting with Light: Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the Modern Age

Tate Britain
Until Sep 25
Spanning over 70 years and bringing together nearly 200 works, Tate Britain explores the relationship between British painters and photographers. This exhibition illustrates how important painting and photography were to one another, as well as how they were at the heart of artistic achievements of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Read More!

George Shaw: My Back to Nature

National Gallery
Until Oct 30
For the past two and a half years, George Shaw has been the National Gallery’s Rootstein Hopkins Associate artist. The position has allowed Shaw to work in the gallery’s studio, giving him unprecedented access to the gallery’s collection. His exhibition ‘My Back to Nature’ displays the results of Shaw’s time spent with the collection. Read More!

Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds

British Museum
Until Nov 27
Two cities of ancient Egypt – Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus – have been submerged under the sea for thousands of years. This summer, the British Museum tells their story for the first time. Read More!
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Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones

Saatchi Gallery
Until Sep 4
The Saatchi Gallery presents the first exhibition dedicated to The Rolling Stones. Discover the 50-year history of the band through 500 original Stones’ artefacts alongside cinematic and interactive technologies.

Alex Katz: Quick Light

Serpentine Gallery
Until Sep 11
With Hyde Park as its stunning backdrop, the Serpentine Gallery seems a fitting space to exhibit Alex Katz’s landscape-themed: Quick Light exhibition.

Jeff Koons:Now

Newport Street Gallery
Until Oct 16
Following its inaugural exhibition, the Newport St Gallery’s latest offering is “Now” by American artist, Jeff Koons. The displayed artworks are drawn from gallery owner, Damian Hirst’s personal collection.
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Magazine: Ragnar Kjartansson

Ragnar Kjartansson, emblematic figure of the Icelandic contemporary art scene, is unfairly little known in the UK. He recently exhibited at the the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, directed a new piece at the Berlin Volksbuhne, and this summer holds... Lire la suite!

What Remains…Anatomy of an Artist

A collective of leading choreographers and performers have put together an impressive and tightly packed programme of events for the sixth edition of London’s WHAT festival, entitled ‘What Remains…Anatomy of an Artist’. This event, which celebrates the links between choreography... Lire la suite!


Join our guided tours in the Tate Modern and National Gallery! Every Friday evening and Sunday afternoon a passionate art historian will present one artist or artistic movement during a relaxed one hour tour.

featured events

Enfield Food Festival

Forty Hall Farm, 28 – 29 August 
Soho may be considered the epicentre of London’s culinary scene, but several miles north, in the unassuming town of Enfield, an annual festival celebrates local food during a popular two-day summer festival. Held at Forty Hall Farm, an organic working farm, in partnership with The Food Gatherer, an award-winning local online food hub and home delivery service, the Enfield Food Festival offers a fun-filled programme of foodie-themed events and activities, including over 20 food stalls, cooking demonstrations, tours and tastings at the Forty Hall Vineyard, and a Bake Off competition. Visitors should come with a healthy appetite and a large dose of enthusiasm to make the most of this vibrant, off-the-beaten track event.

Chinese Food Festival

Potters Field Park, 19 - 21 August 
The cliché about Chinese cuisine is that an hour after eating it, you fancy it all over again. That old chestnut will be put to the test this August when all day fare will be available to eat at the 2016 Chinese Food Festival. Taking place at Potters Field Park, next door to London’s iconic Tower Bridge, the free-to-enter event will showcase the best of Chinese food through an array of fun events and activities including celebrity chef demonstrations and stalls selling classic Chinese kitchenware. There’ll also be entertainment in the shape of traditional performances such as tea ceremonies, musical instruments and much more.

Art In The Garden

3 - 31 August, Dulwich Gallery 
Every Wednesday in August, Art in the Garden will see the grounds of the Dulwich Picture Gallery transformed into an art space for the whole family to enjoy. Each session will comprise a different making activity which will appeal to all ages of children, boys and girls, with a variety of skills to learn, imaginative things to create and materials to experiment with.

featured partners

The Art Academy
The Art Academy offers two day weekend drawing courses which range from introductory courses to Masterclasses.
Art Monthly
Art Monthly is the UK’s leading magazine of contemporary visual art.
The Tate Britain
London's Tate Britain holds the largest collection of British art in the world from 1500 to the present day.
TASCHEN Store London
Designed by the ubiquitous Philippe Starck, the store will stock the entire range of TASCHEN books.