Exhibitions

The National Portrait Gallery showcases a new exhibition featuring works of the British contemporary artist Gillian Wearing and those ones by the French Claude Cahun. The exhibition displays the incredibly remarkable parallels that both the artist have in their way of producing art, and the common fascinate in understanding identity and gender.  
Gillian Wearing, Self Portrait at Seventeen Years old, 2003, courtesy of Maureen Paley, Heather Podesta Collection
Juan Pablo & Karl, Chingaza 2012 © Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017

Tate Modern
15/02/2017 - 11/06/2017

On the occasion of his first solo show at Tate Modern, London, the artist will presents a series of his most famous artworks which range from intimate portrait to political and socially engaged works. Including a variety of media – photographs,... Read More
Eduardo Paolozzi, Wittgenstein in New York (from the series As is When), 1965 (detail) Courtesy Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
The retrospective gives the possibility to visitors to see over 250 works of the British artist’s ouvre. Up until his death in 2005 Eduardo Paolozzi produced screen-prints, collages, textiles as well as fashion designs. These are on display... Read More
John Latham, Untitled: No. 2 of 11, 1992, courtesy of Serpentine Gallery
Serpentine Gallery announces a brand new exhibition of one of the pioneer of conceptual art John Latham, and entitled “A World of View”. This show gives an incredibly complete overview on his artistic production, including sculptures,... Read More
Maeve Brennan, The Drift (2017). Produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London and Spike Island, Bristol. Commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery; Spike Island; The Whitworth, The University of Manchester; and Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore. Courtesy of the artist.
The first institutional solo show of London and Beirut-based artist Maeve Brennan and the premiere of her major new film commission “The Drift”. In the film the artist analyzes the changing economies of objects in Lebanon; it evolves... Read More

Art spaces

Galleries, foundations, museums and art spaces in London
Lisson Gallery London
Lisson Gallery London
Pace London Burlington Gardens
Hauser & Wirth London
Hauser & Wirth Somerset
Victoria Miro London

Victoria Miro

Galleries

White Cube London
White Cube Bermondsey
Chisenhale London
Studio Voltaire London

Studio Voltaire

Galleries

Barbican London
Calvert 22, London

Calvert 22

Non-Profit

Leisure

Restaurants, bars and hotels in London
Sketch, London

Sketch

Restaurants

Petersham Nurseries, London
The Ledbury, London

The Ledbury

Restaurants

Balthazar, London

Balthazar

Restaurants

Hatchetts, London

Hatchetts

Restaurants

Som Saa, London

Som Saa

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Sexy Fish, London

Sexy Fish

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Canto Corvino, London

Canto Corvino

Restaurants

Babylon at The Roof Gardens, London
Tamarind, London

Tamarind

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Typing Room, London

Typing Room

Restaurants

Hoi Polloi, London

Hoi Polloi

Restaurants