Museum of London
Until April 17
To mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, the Museum of London is currently holding a major exhibition which focuses on events the day before the great fire of 1666.
A recreation of Pudding Lane and a...
Until September 25
An exhibition exploring Dandyism and the black male is one of the many must-see collections currently showing at London’s Photographers’ Gallery.
'Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity' brings together the work of several international photographers – each centring on...
Natural History Museum
Until November 06
The Natural History Museum is inviting you to take a 565 million year journey through the colourful eyes of nature with its current exhibition ‘Colour and Vision’.
From the safety of camouflage, its use as a deterrent, or its powers...
National Portrait Gallery
Until October 23
The National Portrait Gallery is now the temporary home of London’s first major William Eggleston exhibition, since 2002.
Retrospective ‘William Eggleston Portraits’ is not only allowing visitors a sneak look into the artist’s home life, in the form of never-before-seen...
Korean Cultural Centre (UK)
Until September 17
An exhibition, curated to showcase a new phase in Korean craft, is now being held at London’s Korean Cultural Centre.
Exhibition: ‘Make Your Movements:Korean Contemporary Objects, A New Approach’ is exploring the theory of movement in crafts. Nineteen Korean craftsmen,...
Sir John Soane's Museum
Until October 08
Four-hundred years on from Shakespeare’s death, Sir John Soane’s Museum is celebrating Soane’s love of the great bard with exhibition ‘The Cloud-Capped Towers’: Shakespeare in Soane’s Architectural Imagination.
Architect John Soane (d.1837) acquired an extensive collection of Shakespeare’s work during...
London Transport Museum
Until April 23
Advances in technology and design methods have greatly changed the travel experiences of Londoners over the last few decades. Exhibition 'Designology' at The London Transport Museum takes a detailed look at the fascinating industrial and creative processes behind improving London’s...
Until November 06
Thirteen years after Bhupen Khakhar’s death, the Tate Modern presents 'You Can’t Please All', a retrospective of the artist’s extraordinary work, from across five decades.
Bhupen Khakhar was born in Bombay during 1934. After completing an MA in Art Criticism...
Newport Street Gallery
Until October 16
Following its inaugural exhibition, the Newport St Gallery’s latest offering is “Now” by American artist, Jeff Koons. The displayed artworks are drawn from gallery owner, Damian Hirst’s personal collection.
It includes a number of exhibits that have never before been...
Until September 11
With Hyde Park as its stunning backdrop, the Serpentine Gallery seems a fitting space to exhibit Alex Katz’s landscape-themed: Quick Light exhibition.
The artist has been creating contemporary representations of modern life in the form of prints, paintings, drawings and...