Until February 11
“If Animals didn’t Exist”, an exhibition of works by Argentine artist Sebastián Gordín, is being held at the Rosenfeld Porcini gallery.
Emerging in Argentina as an artist during the late 1980s, his past works have included faux magazine covers such...
Until April 23
From its brand new home in Kensington, the Design Museum’s “Fear and Love - Reactions to a Complex World” is being presented as its first exhibition.
Curator, Justin McGuirk has commissioned eleven new installations from some of today’s most influential...
Until April 02
The Tate Modern is uncovering every aspect of Robert Rauschenberg’s six-decade career in the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work for twenty years.
This posthumous retrospective, organised in collaboration with New York’s Museum of Modern Art, includes a significant...
Charles Dickens Museum
Until April 16
The Charles Dickens Museum is celebrating the classic 1965 Ladybird publication “An Adventure from History: Charles Dickens” with exhibition “The Ladybird Life of Charles Dickens: an Illustrated Adventure”.
The exhibition will be held in Dickens’s former residence in London’s Bloomsbury,...
Until March 12
Hairstylist Sam McKnight has been creating iconic hairstyles within the world of fashion for over four decades. A major exhibition celebrating his most unique but recognisable hairstyles is now showing at Somerset House.
“Hair by Sam McKnight” has been three...
Newport Street Gallery
Until March 19
After collecting Gavin Turk’s artworks for over twenty years, Damian Hirst is now ready to share his personal collection in a new exhibition at his Newport Street Gallery.
Throughout a career spanning three decades, Gavin Turk has never shied away...
White Cube Bermondsey
Until February 12
“Walhalla” Anselm Kiefer’s forthcoming exhibition at White Cube, Bermondsey, is named after the Walhalla Monument - a 19th-century temple of fame that honours notable and distinguished people from German history.
Born at the tail end of the Second World...
Until January 08
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas” sang a festive Bing Crosby back in 1951. It certainly will be at the Geoffrye Museum as it delves a lot further into history for this year's “Christmas Past” exhibition.
Marking the start of a long-term relationship between himself and the Tate, one flamboyant superstar is allowing his private art collection to go public. “The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Elton John Collection” is now open at the Tate...
Until February 05
An exhibition at the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace is to examine the changing image of the creative genius. “Portrait of the Artist” will explore several themes including artist self-portraits.
In the 16th Century, as their prominence grew in society, a...