Dan Colen

Newport Street Gallery
Until January 21
A major exhibition of works by American artist Dan Colen will take place at Newport Street Gallery in autumn 2017. Colen’s portrayal of contemporary America through his selection of witty and poignant works has been much talked about since his... Read More!

Object 77b

Laure Genillard Gallery
Until September 16
Object 77b, an exhibition of new and recent works by artists Ludvig Gustafsson, Felicity Hammond and Anna Reading will take place at London’s Laure Genillard Gallery from early July, 2017. The show at this well-established Fitzrovia-based gallery will mark the... Read More!

Sargent: The Watercolours

Dulwich Picture Gallery
Until October 08
John Singer Sargent’s achievements in watercolour are being celebrated at a “Sargent: The Watercolours”, an exhibition now showing at Dulwich Picture Gallery. When artist and leading figure in portraiture, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) mastered the medium of watercolour – he... Read More!

Museum of Modern Nature

Wellcome Collection
Until October 08
Our relationship with nature in the 21st century is the focus of a new show entitled “Museum of Modern Nature”. The exhibition is currently taking place at the Wellcome Collection. Most of us would struggle to establish a link between... Read More!

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power

Tate Modern
Until July 22
This summer, a landmark exhibition will pay tribute to black artists of the Civil Rights movement. “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” will begin at the Tate Modern in July. The exhibition, which covers the... Read More!

Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of Pines

Photographers' Gallery
Until October 08
The Photographers’ Gallery is presenting the UK's first ever solo show of artist Gregory Crewdson. In an unprecedented move by the gallery, all of its exhibition spaces have been dedicated to “Cathedral of the Pines” for the duration of the... Read More!

Basquiat: Boom for Real

Until January 28
The UK’s first ever large-scale Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) exhibition will open at the Barbican in September. Surprisingly, since his tragic death, Basquiat’s artistic talents have been little celebrated in the UK, thankfully “Basquiat: Boom for Real” is set to change... Read More!

A Handful of Dust

Whitechapel Gallery
Until September 03
“I will show you fear in a handful of dust” is a line from a TS Eliot war poem, and the inspiration behind the title of an exhibition taking place at Whitechapel Gallery. “A Handful of Dust” explores the motif... Read More!

Dreamers Awake

White Cube Bermondsey
Until September 17
The enduring influence of Surrealism is to be explored by a new exhibition at White Cube, Bermondsey. “Dreamers Awake” will present works by more than fifty women, dating as far back as the 1930s, up until the present day. The... Read More!

Fahrelnissa Zeid

Tate Modern
Until October 08
The UK’s first ever retrospective of Fahrelnissa Zeid will take place at Tate Modern this summer. Zeid was known for her imposing immersive vibrant canvasses that she tempered with influences of European, Byzantine, Islamic and Turkish artistic practices. The Tate... Read More!


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