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Allora & Calzadilla: Foreign in a Domestic Sense
Lisson Gallery, 27 Bell Street
22/09/2017 — 11/11/2017
Allora & Calzadilla Cephalic Signal 2017 ©Allora Calzadilla. Courtesy Lisson Gallery

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On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the gallery, Allora & Calzadilla are presenting a new body of works which explore themes of social awareness and politics. The title of the show ‘Fo...
Ann Veronica Janssens
White Cube Bermondsey
27/09/2017 — 12/11/2017
Ann Veronica Janssens. Courtesy of White Cube Bermondsey

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This is the first extensive solo exhibition of Janssens’s work in the UK. The show includes new and recent sculpture and installation which explore spatio-temporal experience and the limits of perce...
Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion
Victoria and Albert Museum
27/05/2017 — 18/02/2018
X-ray photograph of silk taffeta evening dress by Cristóbal Balenciaga, 1955, Paris, France. X-ray by Nick Veasey, 2016. © Nick Veasey

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This exhibition examines the work and legacy of influential Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga, with over 100 pieces crafted by ‘the master’ of couture, his protégées and contemporary fashi...
Basquiat: Boom for Real
Barbican Centre
21/09/2017 — 28/01/2018
Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1981 ©The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat

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The Barbican is staging the first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. On the occasion, the show is bringing together a selection of more than 100 wo...
Cally Spooner, Still from DRAG DRAG SOLO, 2016. Courtesy of the artists and Biennale de l’image en Mouvement.

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A work by Athens based artist Cally Spooner: as Whitechapel Gallery Writer in Residence, Spooner wrote a novel from which she sporadically uploaded dialogues, plots and requests for advice onto the Ga...
Cerith Wyn Evans
White Cube Bermondsey
27/09/2017 — 12/11/2017
Cerith Wyn Evans

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After his recent Tate Britain Commission, Cerith Wyn Evans is presenting a large-scale neon work in Bermondsey 9 x 9 x 9 gallery.
Cookie Mueller & Vittorio Scarpati: Putti’s Pudding
Studio Voltaire
09/09/2017 — 12/11/2017
Cookie Mueller & Vittorio Scarpati 'Putti's Pudding'

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Published in 1990, Putti’s Pudding is an artist's book conceived in 1989 when both the artists were dying for illness in New York’s Cabrini Medical Centre. The book was published in 1990 and it in...
Damián Ortega: Play Time
White Cube Bermondsey
27/09/2017 — 12/11/2017
Damián Ortega, Fragment, 2017. © Damián Ortega. Courtesy White Cube

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The solo exhibition presents new sculptures, prints and installations by Mexican artist Damián Ortega. The show explores the artist’s interests in data, systems, cataloguing and collecting.
Daniel Buren: PILE UP: High Reliefs. Situated Works
Lisson Gallery, 67 Lisson Street
22/09/2017 — 11/11/2017
Daniel Buren, Installation view, Lisson Gallery London

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The exhibition is an opportunity to explore Buren’s practice and how his conceptual aesthetic has developed over the past four decades. At the same time, the artist is launching "Diamonds and Circl...
Ed Fornieles Solo Show
Carlos/Ishikawa
20/09/2017 — 28/10/2017
Ed Fornieles, Modern Family, 2014, installation view. Commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery. Courtesy of Carlos/ Ishikawa, London. Photo by: Andy Keate.

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A solo show by the London and Los Angeles-based artist]. The artist creates exhibitions and performances that enact a collapse between online and offline spaces.
Ed Fornieles: Seed
Carlos/Ishikawa
22/09/2017 — 28/10/2017
Ed Fornieles, Seed, 2017. Courtesy of Carlos / Ishikawa

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A solo show by the London based artist. Fornieles uses film, social media platforms, immersive installation and performance to express the interaction of family, relationships, popular memes, language...
Frieze Sculpture 2017
Frieze Sculpture 2017
05/07/2017 — 08/10/2017
Alicja Kwade, Big Be-Hide (2017), kamel mennour, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photograph: Stephen White

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This year Frieze Sculpture is on view for three months before the fair opens in October. The works were selected by Clare Lilley (Director of Programme, Yorkshire Sculpture Park) and consist in 2...
Gary Hume: Mum
Sprüth Magers London
30/09/2017 — 23/12/2017
Gary Hume. Courtesy of Sprüth Magers

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Gary Hume is taking over the new location of the gallery, located on Grafton Street. The exhibition space - which is occupying three floors - is hosting for the firs time new works such as paintings o...
Geumhyung Jeong: Unperformed Objects
Delfina Foundation
28/09/2017 — 11/11/2017
Geumhyung Jeong. Photo: Tae Hwan Kim

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The foundation is presenting the first solo show in the UK by the South Korean artist. A choreographer, dancer and performer, in her practice Jeong explores the relationship between the human body an...
Hannah Black: Some Context
Chisenhale Gallery
15/09/2017 — 10/12/2017
Hannah Black, Some Context, 2017. Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery.

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A new commission and the first solo exhibition in a UK institution by Hannah Black. The exhibition revolves around the work "Some Context", a project initiated from the around 20,000 copies of "The...
Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings. Courtesy of Arcadia Missa

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On the occasion of their first exhibition at Arcadia Missa, the London-based artists are presenting a series of artworks that investigates on queer sociality as a mode of resistance set against an inc...
Hernan Bas: Cambridge Living
Victoria Miro
06/09/2017 — 21/10/2017
Hernan Bas, Suicide Sunday (taking on water), 2017. Acrylic and pigment on linen, 153 x 183 cm, 60 x 72 in © Hernan Bas, courtesy Victoria Miro

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Victoria Miro presents a new series of painting by the Detroit-based artist, inspired by the lifetime in Cambridge. The artistic research by Hernan was led during his residence at Jesus College Cambr...
HRM199: For a Partnership Society
Zabludowicz Collection
28/09/2017 — 17/12/2017
Haroon Mirza, Adam, Eve, others and a UFO, 2013. Courtesy the Artist and Lisson Gallery

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  The commission at the  Zabludowicz Collection will create a new exhibition that re-imagines two major works by Haroon Mirza: The System and Adam, Eve, others and a UFO. Both installatio...
Jala Wahid: Akh Milk Bile Threat
Seventeen
09/09/2017 — 14/10/2017
Jala Wahid, Akh Milk Bile Threat. Courtesy of Seventeen

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Born in 1988 and based in London, UK, the artist Jala Wahid is having a solo show at Seventeen gallery. From the Thea Smith's statement: "The intestines, cut out with adamant and thrown from warm ...
Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth
The Royal Academy of Arts
23/09/2017 — 10/12/2017
Jasper Johns, Fool's House, 1962. © Jasper Johns / VAGA, New York / DACS, London 2017

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This is the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s work to be held in the UK in the last 40 years. The exhibition includes 150 artworks and new works that rarely travel from international privat...
Katharina Grosse: This Drove my Mother up the Wall
South London Gallery
28/09/2017 — 03/12/2017
Katharina Grosse, Rockaway!, 2016. MoMA PS1’s Rockaway! series, New York, USA. © Katharina Grosse und VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017 / Courtesy of MoMA PS1. Photo: Pablo Enriquez.

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For her first institutional solo exhibition in London, Katharina Grosse presents a new painted work in situ at the South London Gallery. This large scale work occupies the main exhibition space, an...
Lisson Presents…
Lisson Gallery, 67 Lisson Street
22/09/2017 — 11/11/2017
Courtesy of Lisson Gallery

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Continuing the series ‘Lisson Presents…’, this curated exhibition gathers together works made in the 1960s through to 2014 and including work by Marina Abramović, James Casebere, Roy Colmer, To...
Martin Puryear
Parasol Unit
19/09/2017 — 06/12/2017
Martin Puryear, 'Big Phrygian' (detail), 2010–2014. Glenstone Museum, Potomac, MD, USA. Photography by Photography by Ron Amstutz. © Martin Puryear, Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery.

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Parasol Unit presents the first solo show by American artist Martin Puryear in a public institution. On show works produced in almost 40 years of his career: about 30 works which include sculpture...
Nathalie Du Pasquier: Other Rooms
Camden Arts Centre
29/09/2017 — 14/01/2018
Nathalie Du Pasquier, A New Still Life, 2016

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"Other Rooms"  is Nathalie Du Pasquier's solo show which represents the artistìs desire to trasform the spaces with her own works, using line, colour and forms; she aims at transporting the viewer t...
Rachel Kneebone at the V&A
Victoria and Albert Museum
01/04/2017 — 14/01/2018
The Solitude in the Depth of Her Being Begins the World Again But Only Begins it For Herself, Rachel Kneebone, 2014. © Rachel Kneebone. Photograph © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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Four porcelain sculptures by contemporary British artist Rachel Kneebone displayed amongst masterpieces of the V&A's sculpture collection, highlighting the sculptors' shared interest in capturing ...
Rachel Whiteread
Rachel Whiteread
12/09/2017 — 21/01/2018
Rachel Whiteread Untitled (Pink Torso), 1995 © Rachel Whiteread Photo: Seraphina Neville and Mark Heathcote © Tate

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Tate Britain is dedicating a major solo show to one of the leading contemporary artists of Britain. The artist, first woman to win the Turner Prize in 1993, uses industrial materials such as concrete,...
Rebecca Ackroyd: The Root
Zabludowicz Collection
28/09/2017 — 05/11/2017
Rebecca Ackroyd, Slumberer, 2017 (detail)

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Rebecca Ackroyd, born in 1987, Cheltenham, UK and currently based in London, is having her first solo show with the collection. For this show, the artist produced a sculptural installation exploring t...
Tal R: Sexshops
Victoria Miro
20/09/2017 — 20/12/2017
Tal R, Dirty Dick, 2017. Courtesy of Victoria Miro

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The gallery is hosting new paintings by Copenhagen-based artist Tal R. In his artworks, the artist explores exteriors of sex clubs, massage parlours, strip clubs, adult theatres and other red-light e...
The Bob Parks’ Life-Story Show
The Gallery of Everything
24/09/2017 — 12/11/2017
Bob Parks. Photo by Sophie Ebrard

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Radical 70’s performance artist and multi-disciplinary maker Bob Parks occupies The Gallery of Everything for his first commercial exhibition in the UK. Features painting, drawing and sculpture, liv...
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains
Victoria and Albert Museum
13/05/2017 — 01/10/2017
'Tokyo-To', concert poster, Japan, 1972. Courtesy of V&A.

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Experience a spectacular and unparalleled audio-visual journey through Pink Floyd's unique and extraordinary worlds, chronicling the music, design and staging of the band, from their debut in the 1960...
Tim Rollins and K.O.S: The moonlight was behind them…
Maureen Paley
30/09/2017 — 12/11/2017
Animal Farm - Putin (after Orwell), 2017. Courtesy of Maureen Paley

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This collaborative group of artists includes Tim Rollins, former assistant to conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth, Angel Abreu, born in Philadelphia, 1974; Jorge Abreu, born in New York, 1979; Robert Bran...
TJ Wilcox: Gentelmen
Sadie Coles
14/09/2017 — 28/10/2017
TJ Wilcox, Exhibition view, Sadie Coles, 2017

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On the occasion of his sixth solo show with Sadie Coles HQ, TJ Wilcox is presenting three films, each a portrait of a man. These works explore in a documentary way, the daily and inner life of his sub...
Zach Blas: Contra-Internet
Gasworks
21/09/2017 — 10/12/2017
Zach Blas, Jubilee 2033, film production still, 2017. Commissioned by Gasworks; Art in General, New York; and MU, Eindhoven. Courtesy of the artist.

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"Contra-Internet" is a new major exhibition commisioned by Gasworks with Art in General and MU. It's produced by Gasworks and it's the first institutional solo exhibition. It is also the premiere of ...
Zach Blas: Contra-Internet
Gasworks
21/09/2017 — 10/12/2017
Zach Blas, Jubilee 2033, film still, 2017. Commissioned by Gasworks; Art in General, New York; and MU, Eindhoven. Courtesy of the artist.

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This is the first institutional solo exhibition by London-based artist Zach Blas and it is a collboration with Art in General, New York; and MU, Eindhoven; and produced by Gasworks. The exhibi...
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