Current Art Gallery Exhibitions in London

Anish Kapoor

Lisson Street Gallery
Until May 06
The Lisson Street Gallery has announced a new exhibition of contemporary works by renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor. Kapoor’s practice also includes installation, as well as works on paper. This will be his 16th show at the gallery, but fans of... Read More!

Ben Turnbull: No Guts No Glory

Saatchi Gallery
Until May 08
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. Themes including heroism, sacrifice,... Read More!

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. Exhibits consist... Read More!

Richard Tuttle: The Critical Edge

Pace Gallery
Until May 13
‘The Critical Edge’ an exhibition of recent works by Richard Tuttle, has opened at Pace London. With a focus on Tuttle’s textile creations, this exhibition explores materiality, space and three dimensionality. 'The Critical Edge' features multiple large-scale works displaying bold... Read More!

Mat Collishaw: The Centrifugal Soul

Blain|Southern
Until May 27
Blain|Southern will present “The Centrifugal Soul” by Mat Collishaw in April 2017. Theories surrounding why humans make and display art will be explored in Colishaw’s new collection that will include installation, sculpture and paintings. In the form of a zoetrope... Read More!

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.... Read More!

Alicia Reyes McNamara: Nowhere Else

South London Gallery
Until June 17
South London Gallery’s recent graduate-in-residence, Alicia Reyes McNamara, is now presenting her first show in a public institution. The artist investigates key texts by theorists, writers and poets through sculpture, paintings and video works. Through her art, Reyes McNamara aims... Read More!

Geta Brătescu - The Studio: A Tireless, Ongoing Space

Camden Arts Centre
Until June 18
An exhibition of works by Geta Brătescu has opened at Camden Arts Centre. Brătescu has been incorporating textile, collage, film, photography and performance into her practice for decades. Her continued use of everyday objects within her art are key to... Read More!


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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.

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