TOP CULTURAL & ART EXHIBITIONS IN LONDON

Mark Neville: Child's Play

Foundling Museum
Until Apr 30
A new exhibition exploring childhood play has opened at the Foundling Museum. Photographer, Mark Neville is presenting a series of photographs depicting children at play in diverse global environments. Read More!

Eduardo Paolozzi

Whitechapel Gallery
Until May 14
From mid-February 2017, Whitechapel Gallery will present the first major retrospective of Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005)in forty years. Read More!

A World View: John Latham

Serpentine Gallery
Until May 21
Conceptual artist John Latham is being celebrated this spring at the Serpentine Gallery. “A World View”, will encompass the conceptual artist’s entire career. Read More!

Speak: Bruguera, Gordon, Prouvost, Spooner

Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Until May 21
To coincide with the Serpentine Gallery’s survey of the late John Latham (1921-2006) Serpentine Sackler Gallery is bringing you “Speak”, an exhibition of works by four contemporary artists closely linked to, or influenced by Latham. Read More!

David Hockney

Tate Britain
Until May 29
A comprehensive retrospective of David Hockney’s remarkable career will take place at Tate Britain in February 2017. Read More!
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ART GALLERIES

Ben Turnbull: No Guts No Glory

Saatchi Gallery
Until May 8
An exhibition of works by artist Ben Turnbull will open at the Saatchi Gallery during April. ‘No Guts No Glory’ will take the form of a sequential visual story following American GI’s from departure to homecoming.

Fred Tomaselli: Paper

White Cube Mason's Yard
Until May 13
‘Paper’ an exhibition by Fred Tomaselli has opened at White Cube, Mason’s Yard. Tomaselli worked on the ‘The New York Times’ during the Bush administration and he's been incorporating headlines from this period into his work ever since.

From Selfie to Self-Expressionism

Saatchi Gallery
Until May 30
The world’s first exhibition exploring the history of the selfie is to open at the Saatchi Gallery. ‘From Selfie to Self-Expressionism’ will examine the history of the selfie from the old masters to present day icons of the digital era.
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MAGAZINE

Seeing Red: London's 2017 Russian and Soviet Art Scene

To mark the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, several major exhibitions have been hitting the capital to commemorate its centenary. With more planned later this year, we’ve put together the following guide to reveal what’s on offer and where.... Lire la suite!

An inside look at three of London’s Artist-led spaces

Throughout history artists have organized themselves into networks with the vision to develop innovative ideas and present alternative ways of living. Artist-run spaces often have a non-profit and non-commercial ethos, thus allowing further scope for more experimental and politically charged... Lire la suite!


JOIN OUR GUIDED TOURS

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

Vaisakhi Festival 2017

Trafalgar Square, 29th April  
Enjoy a flavour of Sikh and Punjabi culture at the 2017 Vaisakhi festival. Feast on delicious food and enjoy live performances, spiritual music and children’s activities.

World Photography Awards & Martin Parr

Somerset House, 21 April to 7th May 
Celebrate the world’s best contemporary photography at Somerset House. This large-scale exhibition will include three rooms dedicated to the life and work of renowned British photographer, Martin Parr.

Amy Street Art Trail

Camden Town, 16th March - 04 June 
Sneak a peek at artworks dedicated to the late singer Amy Winehouse in the area she called home. The Amy Winehouse trail will even lead you to a newly commissioned installation entitled Love is a Losing Game.

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.