Current Museum Exhibitions in London

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. This extensive overview will celebrate six decades of Hockney’s cross-media achievements from his popular works of the 1960s to his more recent “Portraits”... Read More!

Vanessa Bell: 1879 - 1961

Dulwich Picture Gallery
Until June 04
The first major retrospective of works by Vanessa Bell has opened at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Her pioneering portraits, stills and landscapes are now on show, alongside works created during her important experimental periods. Bell was one of the first British... Read More!

America After the Fall: Painting in the 1930s

Royal Academy of Arts
Until June 04
An exhibition exploring American art in the decade that followed the Wall Street Crash, has opened at the Royal Academy of Arts. “America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s” chronicles the decade following one of the most turbulent times... Read More!

Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017

Tate Modern
Until June 11
In February 2017, Tate Modern will present a new exhibition by Wolfgang Tillmans. Tillmans’ casual yet evocative depictions of everyday life and contemporary culture led to the photographer’s prominent rise during the early 1990’s. Since then, he’s experimented with different... Read More!

American Dream: Pop to Present

British Museum
Until June 18
The first major exhibition exploring American Printmaking is to be held at the British Museum this spring. “American Dream: Pop to Present” will exhibit works spanning more than six decades. The exhibition will see some of America’s toughest and dynamic... Read More!

Howard Hodgkin: Absent Friends

National Portrait Gallery
Until June 18
The first exhibition devoted to the portraits of the late British artist, Howard Hodgkin (1932 – 2017) is now open at the National Portrait Gallery. 'Absent Friends' traces the evolution of Hodgkin’s art in over fifty-five works dating from 1949... Read More!

The Japanese House

Barbican
Until June 25
An exhibition examining the evolution of Japanese domestic architecture has opened at the Barbican. “The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945” covers the period which followed World War II up until the present day. Some of the most ground... Read More!

Frans Mansereel: The City

ICA
Until July 02
‘The City’ a novel by Belgian artist Frans Masereel (1889 – 1972) is to be celebrated at an exhibition of the same name that will take place at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). Masereel published several books before releasing... Read More!

Mahtab Hussain: You Get Me?

Autograph APB
Until July 02
The changing identity of young Asian men living in Britain is being examined in an exhibition by photographer, Mahtab Hussain. ‘You Get Me?’ is taking place at Autograph APB, a charity dedicated to addressing issues of cultural identity and human... Read More!

Rubens and Rembrandt

National Gallery
Until July 16
Gallery B, a new section of the National Gallery has opened with exhibition ‘Rubens and Rembrandt’. Nine works by Flemish artist Rubens and eleven paintings by Dutch counterpart, Rembrandt come face to face with one another on opposing sides of... Read More!
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David Mach: Incoming

Griffin Gallery, 11 May – 7th July 
Head to the Griffin Gallery for a peek at David Mach’s new gargantuan installation. It features a jeep and 20-tonnes of newspaper cascading through the room like a wave.

Chris Ofili: Weaving Magic

National Gallery, 26th April - 28th August 
Visit Chris Ofili’s mythology inspired tapestry "The Caged Bird’s Song" at the National Gallery, for a journey into a magical world of watercolour and weaving.

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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