California: Designing Freedom

Design Museum
From May 24
LSD blotting paper, political posters and self-driving cars are just some of the items that will feature in “California: Designing Freedom” a new exhibition to be held at the Design Museum. For decades California has been considered a pioneering US... Read More!

Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave

British Museum
From May 25
The later part of Katsushika Hokusai’s artistic career will be examined at “Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave” an exhibition to be staged at the British Museum. With a career spanning more than six decades, Hokusai (1760-1849) produced much of his... Read More!

Gilbert & George: Drinking Pieces & Video Sculpture 1972 – 73

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Until July 29
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac has opened new premises in London. As part of its inaugural programme – “Gilbert & George: Drinking Pieces & Video Sculpture 1972 – 73” is now showing at Ely House in Dover Street. A celebratory night out... Read More!

Alberto Giacometti

Tate Modern
Until September 10
The first retrospective of Alberto Giacometti (1901 – 1966) for twenty years is taking place at Tate Modern. Paintings, drawings and sculptures including his celebrated “Women of Venice” plaster figures created for the 1956 Venice Biennale, have now been reunited... Read More!

Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains

Victoria and Albert Museum
Until October 01
“Their Mortal Remains” the first major international retrospective of band Pink Floyd will take place at the V&A Museum, marking fifty years since the release of the iconic band’s first single, “Arnold Lane”. The immersive, multi-sensory and theatrical exhibition of... 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!

Frans Mansereel: The City

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!

Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors

Gagosian Gallery
Until August 25
“Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors”, an exhibition examining the links between Picasso’s bullfighting imagery and his mythological and biographical compositions of the 1930s, is to open at the Gagosian Gallery in Grosvenor Hill. Although Picasso will be remembered as an art... Read More!

Larry Bell: Smoke on the Bottom

White Cube Bermondsey
Until June 28
Artist Larry Bell’s extensive career is to be celebrated at White Cube Bermondsey. Exhibition “Smoke on the Bottom” will bring together some of Bell’s paintings, works on paper and collages. Also on show will be Bell’s large-scale installation “6 x... Read More!

Jordan Wolfson: Riverboat Song

Sadie Coles HQ
Until June 27
Sadie Coles HQ is presenting its first exhibition by American artist, Jordan Wolfson. His recent work has centred on ideas of literal and virtual reality. Showing across both of Coles’ London gallery venues, the show consists of one installation video... Read More!


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

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.

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.