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 to open at the National Portrait Gallery. 'Absent Friends' will trace the evolution of Hodgkin’s art in over fifty-five works dating from... 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!

Mat Collishaw: The Centrifugal Soul

From April 07
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!

Anish Kapoor

Lisson Street Gallery
From March 31
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!

Philip Jackson

Catto Gallery
Until April 17
This spring, Hampstead’s Catto Gallery will host an exhibition by renowned sculptor Philip Jackson. This new show will see Jackson delving deeper into the psychology of the human form. His many high profile commissions include an equestrian sculpture of HM... 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!

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!

Richard Mosse: Incoming

Until April 23
According to the UN, the ongoing migration crisis is now the “biggest humanitarian crisis since World War II”. It’s also the subject of “Incoming” an exhibition by Richard Mosse that has opened at the Barbican. The documentary photographer uses a... Read More!

Speak: Bruguera, Gordon, Prouvost, Spooner

Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Until May 21
To coincide with the Serpentine Gallery’s survey of the late John Latham (1921-2006) Serpentine Sackler Gallery is bringing you “Speak”, an exhibition of works by four contemporary artists closely linked to, or influenced by Latham. Artist, Douglas Gordon has created... Read More!

A World View: John Latham

Serpentine Gallery
Until May 21
Conceptual artist John Latham is being celebrated this spring at the Serpentine Gallery. “A World View”, will encompass the conceptual artist’s entire career. Paintings, sculpture, installation and found object assemblages are just some of Latham’s practices being honoured at this... Read More!
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featured events

UK Boat Races

River Thames, West London, 02 April 
Oxford and Cambridge universities will compete in both annual Boat Races on the River Thames in west London, between Putney and Mortlake. To secure your place at the start of the first race go to Bishop’s Park, Fulham. The middle part of both races can be seen from Furnivall Gardens, Hammersmith.

Sensational Butterflies

Natural History Museum, 31 March – 17 September 
Enjoy a flavour of the tropics in the city this spring at the Natural History Museum’s Sensational Butterflies exhibition. View the transformation from caterpillar to chrysalis and marvel as the creature unfurls its wings for the very first time - emerging from pupa into a beautiful adult butterfly.

Ten Days Six Nights

Tate Modern, 24 March – 02 April 
Discover new ways to encounter live art at Tate Modern across Ten days and Six Nights. Installations, experimental film and sound, specialised talks, fog clouds, sculptural performances and even a dinner party as art can be experienced for a week and a half.

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