William Eggleston Portraits

National Portrait Gallery
Until Oct 23
The National Portrait Gallery is now the temporary home of London’s first major William Eggleston exhibition, since 2002. 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!

Turner Prize: 2016

Tate Britain
Until Jan 02
The Turner Prize is back. Head to the Tate Britain now for a cheeky look at exhibits created by this year’s hopefuls. Read More!

Fire! Fire!

Museum of London
Until Apr 17
To mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, the Museum of London is currently holding a major exhibition which focuses on events the day before the great fire of 1666. Read More!
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Björk Digital

Somerset House
Until Oct 23
Iconic singer Bjork has collaborated with some of the world’s best filmmakers, visual artists and programmers to create ‘Bjork Digital’.

The Infinite Mix: Contemporary Sound and Video

The Store
Until Dec 4
Hayward Gallery in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory will present off-site exhibition ‘The Infinite Mix’ at The Store, located on the Strand.

Abstract Expressionism

Royal Academy of Arts
Until Jan 2
The Royal Academy of Art presents ‘Abstract Expressionism’ this autumn. Featuring paintings, sculptures and photographs from across the globe - America’s greatest artistic movement is being explored by the RA in depth and brings together some of the most iconic works associated with this phenomenon.
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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

Sacred Spaces

Lekdanling, Hackney, 1 - 2 October 
This fascinating weekend of talks, demonstrations & discussions will focus on a range of topics including sacred landscapes, such as Pemako - a ‘hidden-land' - within the Himalayan context. The architecture of the Lukhang Temple & mandala art will be examined in depth. The interaction between the devotee & the sacred will also be explored, including explanations of yogic practices & meditative dance. Keynote speaker: Ian Baker. Opening times: 10am-6pm Sat & Sun. Suggested donation: £45. See for more info.

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.