Camden Arts Centre
Until June 18
An exhibition of works by Geta Brătescu has opened at Camden Arts Centre. Brătescu has been incorporating textile, collage, film, photography and performance into her practice for decades. Her continued use of everyday objects within her art are key to...
South London Gallery
Until June 17
South London Gallery’s recent graduate-in-residence, Alicia Reyes McNamara, is now presenting her first show in a public institution. The artist investigates key texts by theorists, writers and poets through sculpture, paintings and video works.
Through her art, Reyes McNamara aims...
Natural History Museum
Until September 17
The Natural History Museum’s 'Sensational Butterflies' exhibition is back. For a chance to enjoy a flavour of the tropics in the city, head for museum’s butterfly house to view over five hundred species from across the globe.
In a colourful...
Until July 16
Gallery B, a new section of the National Gallery has opened with exhibition ‘Rubens and Rembrandt’. Nine works by Flemish artist Rubens and eleven paintings by Dutch counterpart, Rembrandt come face to face with one another on opposing sides of...
An exhibition examining the evolution of Japanese domestic architecture has opened at the Barbican. “The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945” covers the period which followed World War II up until the present day.
Some of the most ground...
Until July 23
The world’s first exhibition exploring the history of the selfie is to open at the Saatchi Gallery. ‘From Selfie to Self-Expressionism’ will examine the history of the selfie from the old masters to present day icons of the digital era....
Until October 01
In April 2017, Tate Britain will host an exhibition dedicated LGBTQ art. ‘Queer British Art’ will mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales.
The exhibition will focus on works created after the...
Until May 08
An exhibition of works by artist Ben Turnbull will open at the Saatchi Gallery during April.
‘No Guts No Glory’ will take the form of a sequential visual story following American GI’s from departure to homecoming.
Themes including heroism, sacrifice,...
Until May 13
‘The Critical Edge’ an exhibition of recent works by Richard Tuttle, has opened at Pace London. With a focus on Tuttle’s textile creations, this exhibition explores materiality, space and three dimensionality.
'The Critical Edge' features multiple large-scale works displaying bold...
National Portrait Gallery
Until June 18
The first exhibition devoted to the portraits of the late British artist, Howard Hodgkin (1932 – 2017) is now open at the National Portrait Gallery. 'Absent Friends' traces the evolution of Hodgkin’s art in over fifty-five works dating from 1949...