Until August 29
In assembling 70 works by 21 artists, Tate Britain follows the pivotal conceptual art movement in Britain, from its origins in the mid-1960s to the late 1970s. Visitors have the opportunity to experience this radical, thought-provoking and politically engaged art...
White Cube Bermondsey
Until July 03
The White Cube Bermondsey presents new large-scale paintings, sculpture and works on paper by George Baselitz, and in doing so brings together two strands within the artist’s practice: portraiture and the process or ‘remixing’.
For Baselitz, ‘remixing’ involves repeating or...
Until September 04
The Saatchi Gallery presents the first exhibition dedicated to The Rolling Stones. Discover the 50-year history of the band through 500 original Stones’ artefacts alongside cinematic and interactive technologies.
The Rolling Stones have shaped popular culture since the 1960s. ‘Exhibitionism:...
Until May 07
The conceptual artist John Latham may have passed away some ten years ago, but his influence is still strongly felt. The Lisson Gallery presents an exhibition on the artist’s spray paintings, a practice that radically altered his artistic outlook.
Until May 15
This exhibition at the Wilkinson Gallery presents 26 photographs of the Sex Pistols live on stage on 3rd April 1976. Kept under the photographer PTMADDEN’s bed for almost 40 years, this is the first time that all the photographs have...
Until May 28
Pace London is exhibiting new works by Keith Coventry exploring the relationship between Modernism and its manifestations in the contemporary.
‘White Black Gold’ contains two new bodies of work and a monumental bronze. In the first new ‘Pure Junk’ series,...
Victoria and Albert Museum
Until June 03
With over 50 works by Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510), this is the largest exhibition of Botticelli paintings and drawings to ever have taken place in the UK. But this is not an exhibition dedicated only to one artist, it also looks...
Until June 14
The British Museum is assembling 52 views of Rome made by the British water-colourist, France Towne (1739-1816). The watercolours served as a moral warning to 18th-century Britain not to make the same mistakes as ancient Rome.
This exhibition coincides with...
Until June 19
From tailoring workshops to the boutique revolution of the 1960s, this exhibition at the Jewish Museum traces the evolution of the male image and menswear over a 150-year period.
Many of the must influential figures in British menswear have been...
Until June 12
This exhibition at Tate Modern asks what does it mean to perform for the camera? In assembling over 500 images – from vintage prints, large-scale works, marketing posters and artists working with Instagram – it explores how performance artists use...