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Alvaro Barrington: Garvey: Sex Love Nurturing Famalay
Sadie Coles – Davies Street
07/09/2019 — 26/10/2019
Alvaro Barrington, Courtesy of Sadie Coles

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Alvaro Barrington is a Caribbean artist who grew up in a Caribbean American community in Brooklyn and studied art for over twenty years in London. On my first visit to London. The show at Sadie Col...
Ami Clarke: The Underlying
arebyte Gallery
19/09/2019 — 16/11/2019
Ami Clarke, Courtesy of arebyte Gallery

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London based artist Ami Clarke presents her new series of works which include "Derivative" (Virtual Reality, 6 mins), "Lag Lag Lag" (video interface with live sentiment analysis), and "The Prosthetics...
Anna Maria Maiolino
Whitechapel Gallery
25/09/2019 — 12/01/2020
Anna Maria Maiolino in her studio, 2014, Photo: Everton Ballardin

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The exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery spans the multi-dimensional fifty-year career of Brazil-based artist Anna Maria Maiolino. The pieces on view range from the beginning of her career back in the ...
Antony Gormley
The Royal Academy of Arts
21/09/2019 — 03/12/2019
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The Royal Academy of Arts, London, hosts the solo exhibition dedicated to the acclaimed British sculptor Antony Gormley, featuring both already existing and new works, specially commissioned for the...
Antony Gormley: Another Time for Margate / Folkestone
Turner Contemporary
19/08/2017 — 01/11/2020
Another Time XXI, 2013 © Antony Gormley. On Fulsam Rock on the Margate foreshore. Photography by Thierry Bal

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Antony Gormley produced 100 cast-iron figures that have been installed around the world: River Thames in London, Kunisaki in Japan. The one in Margate is positioned on the forshore and it's visible...
Barbara Walker: Place, Space and Who
Turner Contemporary
30/04/2019 — 12/04/2020
Barbara Walker, Sub Urban: New Drawings, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and James Hockney Gallery UCA Farnham.

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Exploring migration and the experiences of women living in Margate, "Place, Space and Who" is a new commission by British, Birmingham-based artist Barbara Walker, who has developed a practice of drawi...
Being Human
Wellcome Collection
05/09/2019 — 05/09/2025
Being Human, Wellcome Collection

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The new permanent exhibition of the Wellcome Collection, "Being Human" explores identity, trust and health and what it means to be human in in the 21st century. Divided into four sections – Geneti...
Between Oedipus and the Sphinx: Freud and Egypt
Freud Museum London
07/08/2019 — 13/10/2019
Human headed Ba-bird, Ptolemaic Period 323 BC – 30 BC

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Forming the largest part of Freud’s collection, Egyptian artefacts lie behind Freud’s ‘archaeological metaphor’ – one of his most productive methods for exploring the psyche and developing t...
BP Portrait Award 2019
National Portrait Gallery
13/06/2019 — 20/10/2019
Frances Borden, Manresa, 2019. Image Courtesy of the artist.

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Aimed at encouraging artists to focus upon and develop portraiture in their work, the BP Portrait Award, representing the very best in contemporary portrait painting, is the most prestigious portrait ...
Clare Woods: Doublethink
Simon Lee London
06/09/2019 — 06/10/2019
Clare Woods, This is Now, 2019

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"Doublethink" is the first solo exhibition at Simon Lee London by Clare Woods. Over the course of her career, Woods has developed a painterly language concerned with the moulding of an image in two d...
Dahn Vo
South London Gallery
19/09/2019 — 24/11/2019
Dahn Vo, Studio Danh Vo Güldenhof. Photo: Nick Ash

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The South London Gallery opens for the first time all its spaces to a solo exhibition, dedicated to the Danish-Vietnamese artist Dahn Vo. Carrying on his research on the concept of plurality, Vo se...
Damien Hirst: Mandalas
White Cube Mason’s Yard
20/09/2019 — 02/11/2019
© Damien Hirst, Courtesy of White Cubr

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After seven years of absence from the gallery, the artist is having a major solo show at White Cube Mason’s Yard. The exhibition brings together new paintings from his "Mandalas" series. Continuing ...
David Gates: in dialogue
David Gates: in dialogue
17/08/2019 — 12/10/2019
Installation view, 'David Gates: in dialogue', 2019. Image Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth Somerset.

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Featuring the new body of work of David Gates who combines studio-furniture making with formal research, creating three-dimensional pieces inspired by cabinet furniture, "David Gates: in dialogue" is ...
Dayanita Singh
Frith Street Gallery
20/09/2019 — 09/11/2019
Dayanita Singh, Pothi Khana, 2018. Image Courtesy of the artist.

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The solo exhibition "Dayanita Singh" presents the recent work of the artist, "Pothi Khana (2018)", titled after a generic term for an archive room, usually where papers are kept in cloth bundles. Usin...
Dóra Maurer
Tate Modern
05/08/2019 — 05/07/2020
Dóra Maurer, "Relative Quasi Image", 1996 © Dóra Maurer, Photo: Vintage Galéria / András Bozsó

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Hungarian artist Dóra Maurer is at the centre of the comprehensive solo exhibition at Tate Modern, opening on August 5, 2019. The solo show collects around 35 works selected from Tate's collection...
Dóra Maurer
White Cube Bermondsey
12/09/2019 — 03/11/2019
Dóra Maurer, Quod Libet 47, 1998/2000 © the artist. Courtesy White Cube

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Born in Budapest in 1937, Dóra Maurer is an important figure of the Hungarian neo-avant-garde and one of the most experimental artists to emerge from Eastern Europe in the past fifty years.  The sho...
Drawing Attention
Roca London Gallery
18/09/2019 — 01/11/2019
Freeland Buck, Oblique Reflected Ceiling Plan. Image Courtesy the artist.

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In conjunction with the London Design Festival, Roca London Gallery presents exhibition, "Drawing Attention: The Digital Culture of Contemporary Architecture Drawings", gathering an expansive collecti...
England’s Creative Coast (2020)
Turner Contemporary
14/04/2019 — 31/12/2020
Jake and Dinos Chapman, The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth but not the Mineral Rights, 2007 © Cass Sculpture Foundation

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England’s Creative Coast is launching seven new artworks in 2020 by leading contemporary artists and the first art digital geocaching tour in the world. Featuring work by the world’s foremost a...
Giuseppe Santomaso: Animated Painting
Cortesi Gallery London
06/09/2019 — 26/10/2019
Giuseppe Santomaso, Palude in grigio, 1959, Courtesy of Private Collection

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The exhibition at Cortesi Gallery is dedicated to one of the masters of the of the second half of the 20th century painting, Giuseppe Santomaso (Venice, 1907-1990). Curated by Francesca Pola, this is...
Goshka Macuga
Kate MacGarry
12/09/2019 — 19/10/2019
Goshka Macuga, What is Enlightenment, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, 2018

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Goshka Macuga’s third solo exhibition at Kate MacGarry presents 18 new collages and a series of small woven tapestries. The collages refer to the history of computer programming which began with Br...
Grayson Perry: Super Rich Interior Decoration
Victoria Miro
25/09/2019 — 20/12/2019
Garyson Perry, Shopping for Meaning, 2019. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro, London/Venice.

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Gathering new work including pots, sculpture, large-scale prints, a tapestry and a carpet, "Super Rich Interior Decoration" will be Grayson Perry's first solo exhibition at the gallery since 2012, als...
Harmony Hammond
White Cube Bermondsey
12/09/2019 — 03/11/2019
Harmony Hammond, Chenille #7, 2018. © Harmony Hammond. Courtesy Alexander Gray Associates, New York

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"Monochrome refuses disembodiment. It allows one to escape figuration but presence the body. All painting is about the skin of paint. The skin of paint calls up the body, and therefore the painting bo...
Jamian Juliano-Villani: Let’s Kill Nicole
Massimo De Carlo London
21/06/2019 — 21/09/2019
Jamian Juliano-Villani, Let’s Kill Nicole(installation view at MDC London). Courtesy Massimo De Carlo, Milan/London/Hong Kong. Photo by Todd-White Art Photography.

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Second solo show of New York based artist Jamian Juliano-Villani with Massimo De Carlo London, "Let’s Kill Nicole" alludes to a friend, most likely from grade school, made a violently irrational ...
Johanna Love: Under a Darkening Sky
Johanna Love: Under a Darkening Sky
20/09/2019 — 11/10/2019
Johanna Love: Under a Darkening Sky

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A solo exhibition revolving around Johanna Love's use of imagery and materials to generate complex readings of space, surface, and scale. Love combines laser-etching, print, drawing and photographic l...
Joseph Beuys: Important Sculptures from the 1950s
Joseph Beuys: Important Sculptures from the 1950s
20/09/2019 — 16/11/2019
Joseph Beuys, The Couple, 1952 - 1953. Courtesy BASTIAN. © Joseph Beuys Estate

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First time exhibited in the UK, Bastian presents 5 sculptures by Joseph Beuys from the 1950s with documentary photographs, offering a rare opportunity to approach the early works of Beuys. Influenc...
Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, Lotus, 2018. Courtesy of the artist and Tyburn Gallery.

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First institutional solo exhibition by London-based artist Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, "(15,952km) via Trans-Sahara Hwy N1" presents the artist's works made in recent years. Born in Zimbabwe, Hwami left...
Marc Bauer: Mal Ȇtre / Performance
Drawing Room
12/09/2019 — 17/11/2019
Marc Bauer, Untitled, Detail 2 Aquarius 2018. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Peter Kilchmann

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This is the first UK exhibition by artist Marc Bauer and it is a collaboration between Drawing Room (London) and De La Warr Pavilion (Bexhill-on-Sea). Marc Bauer describes the drawing practice as ...
Maria Pinińska-Bereś: Living Pink
The Approach
10/09/2019 — 20/10/2019
Maria Pinińska-Bereś, "Living Pink", Exhibition view at The approach, London, September-October 2019

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Hosted at The approach gallery, London, "Living Pink" is the first major solo show by the Polish artist Maria Pinińska-Bereś (1931-1999) outside her home country. The exhibition features pieces mai...
Mark Leckey: O’ Magic Power of Bleakness
Tate Britain
24/09/2019 — 05/01/2020
Mark Leckey, "Dream English Kid 1964 – 1999 AD", 2015, (still) Courtesy of the artist

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The solo exhibition dedicated to the Tuner prize winning artist Mark Leckey at Tate Britain, London transforms the spaces of the gallery. The artist exhibits here both new and existing works, i...
Mary Quant
Victoria and Albert Museum
06/04/2019 — 16/02/2020
Mary Quant, 6 April 2019 – 16 February 2020, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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Victoria and Albert Museum dedicates the first international retrospective to the iconic fashion designer Mary Quant, gathering more than 120 garments, alongside with accessories, cosmetics, drawing ...
Mary Reid Kelly and Patrick Kelley: Rand/Goop
Studio Voltaire
05/07/2019 — 06/10/2019
Mary Reid Kelly and Patrick Kelley, Rand/Goop, 2019. Image Courtesy of the artists.

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The artists' first institutional exhibition in London, Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelly present "Rand/Goop", a new large-scale installation consists of six totemic video sculptures, creating a circu...
Mike Nelson: The Asset Strippers
Tate Britain
18/03/2019 — 06/10/2019
Mike Nelson, "The Asset Strippers", Exhibition view Tate Britain 2019. Photo by Matt Greenwood © Tate

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Artist Mike Nelson has created a major new site-specific installation for the spaces of the Duveen Galleries, at Tate Britain, London. "The Asset Strippers" merges disparate objects, mostly everyday ...
Mike Silva: New Paintings
The Approach
10/09/2019 — 20/10/2019
Mike Silva, "New Paintings", Exhibition view at The approach, London, September-October 2019

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The solo exhibition features a series of paintings by the Swedish artist Mike Silva. The artist's practice assumes as starting point old pictures, capturing moments from his past. The paintings crea...
Mona Hatoum: Remains to Be Seen
White Cube Bermondsey
12/09/2019 — 03/11/2019
Mona Hatoum, Remains to Be Seen

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White Cube Bermondsey presents "Remains to Be Seen", Mona Hatoum's first exhibit in London since the Tate Modern presentation in 2016. The show presents new installation, sculpture and works on paper...
Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life
Tate Modern
11/07/2019 — 05/01/2020
Olafur Eliasson, Your uncertain shadow (colour), 2010

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Organised by Tate Modern in collaboration with Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, "In Real Life" explores Eliasson’s deep engagement with society and the environment. Through installations evoking natural p...
Puck Verkade: Plague
Zabludowicz Collection
12/09/2019 — 20/10/2019
Puck Verkade, Plague (still), 2019. Courtesy the artist.

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In her video installation "Plague", Puck Verkade imagines eerie parallels between ecological and mental breakdown with a story narrated by domestic pests that fantasy about human extermination, surrea...
Rebecca Allen: Life Without Matter
Zabludowicz Collection
12/09/2019 — 20/10/2019
Rebecca Allen, image from Life Without Matter, 2018. Courtesy the artist.

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Zabludowicz Collection presents "Life Without Matter" by Rebecca Allen in the 360 Virtual Reality room. Considering the possibility of a future life in virtual reality where material things – phy...
Richard Aldrich
Modern Art
06/09/2019 — 19/10/2019
Richard Aldrich

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The first exhibition of Richard Aldrich (Hampton, 1975) at Modern Art presents painting, sculpture, and drawing, made over the past decade, and a selection of recent paintings that have not previously...
Shana Moulton
Zabludowicz Collection
12/09/2019 — 15/12/2019
Shana Moulton (with Nick Hallett), Whispering Pines 10 (still), 2018. Courtesy the artist & Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich.

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Artist Shana Moulton has been chosen for the 2019 annual commission by Zabludowicz Collection, London, to present a new video work, alongside selected previous key pieces. Working across different med...
Sidsel Meineche Hansen
Chisenhale
20/09/2019 — 08/12/2019
Production image (2019). Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London. Image courtesy of the artist.

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Chisenhale Gallery presents a new commission by Sidsel Meineche Hansen, which explores London as a ‘surveillance capitalist’ city. The exhibition features a video installation that explores the...
Simon Hantaï, Pierre Soulages and Antoni Tàpies
Timothy Taylor
06/09/2019 — 19/10/2019
Simon Hantaï, Étude, 1969. Courtesy of Timothy Taylor

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The exhibition by Simon Hantaï, Pierre Soulages and Antoni Tàpies inaugurates the new London space at 15 Bolton Street. The show featureslate paintings by French painters Simon Hantaï and Pierre S...
Sophia Al-Maria: Beast Type Song
Tate Britain
20/09/2019 — 26/01/2020
Sophia Al-Maria, Beast Type Song, 2019 (video still), © Laura Cugusi

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Curated by Nathan Ladd, the exhibition at Tate Britain –  part of the exhibition series "Art Now" – premieres the artist's new film "Beast Type Song", a video where Sophia explores the rela...
Susan Hiller: Ghost / TV
Matt’s Gallery
25/09/2019 — 27/10/2019
Susan Hiller & Robin Klassnik, 'Running on Empty', 2017. Stills from single channel video on monitor with sound. Courtesy of the estate of Susan Hiller and Matt's Gallery, London.

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Matt’s Gallery presents works by Susan Hiller who investigates into the numinous, the ephemeral, and the personal. Died in January 2019, the exhibition has been developed since then in close collabo...
Takis
Tate Modern
03/07/2019 — 27/10/2019
Takis, "Télélumière Relief No. 5", 1963-1965, Tate Presented by Tate Members 2018 © Takis

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The exhibition at Tate Modern provides an insight into the 70-year career of the Greek artist Takis, renown for his innovative production which still makes him a pioneering figure of the contemporar...
Tt X AB, "Tall Boys & A Double Shot Espresso" Installation View, Emalin, London, September 2019

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The exhibition at Emalin gallery is the first presentation by the artistic duo Tt X AB, born from the collaboration between artists Alvaro Barrington and Teresa Farrell. "Tall Boys and A Double S...
Thabiso Sekgala: Here Is Elsewhere
Hayward Gallery
28/08/2019 — 06/10/2019
© Thabiso Sekgala, Courtesy of Hayward gallery

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This is the first ree solo exhibition in the UK by South African artist Thabiso Sekgala (b. 1981, Johannesburg, South Africa; d. 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa). The exhibition brings together 50 ph...
The Interaction of Colour
Alan Cristea
07/09/2019 — 26/10/2019
Josef Albers, Never Before, 1967

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Published by Josef Albers in 1963, "Interaction of Colour" was the most influential art and design book of the twentieth century with a direct influence on the numerous artists who studied it. In his ...
Tim Walker: Wonderful Things
Victoria and Albert Museum
21/09/2019 — 08/03/2020
© Tim Walker

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Victoria and Albert Museum features the work of British photographer Tim Walker, celebrating his 25-year career. Including more than 300 items, "Tim Walker: Wonderful Things" is the largest showcase ...
TPG New Talent
The Photographers’ Gallery
14/06/2019 — 06/10/2019
Miguel Proença, Traditional Pagan Costume, from the series Behind the Hill, 2015. Photo courtesy of the artist.

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From the experimental to the documentary, using found imagery, surface manipulation, collage and 3D processes to document contemporary stories through personal memories and collective myths, "TPG New ...
Two Last Nights! Show Business in Georgian Britain
The Foundling Museum
20/09/2019 — 05/01/2020
William Hogarth, The Laughing Audience, 1733 © Gerald Coke Handel Foundation

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Highlighting the key venues in London and the provinces, from the theatres of Drury Lane, Covent Garden and Richmond, to the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens and the Foundling Hospital Chapel, as well as the...
Umberto Boccioni: Recreating the Lost Sculptures
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
25/09/2019 — 22/12/2019
Matt Smith and Anders Rådén, Umberto Boccioni: Recreating the Lost Sculptures, 2019. Image Courtesy of the artists and Estorick Collection.

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Of the many ground-breaking sculptures Umberto Boccioni created between c.1913 and 1915, only a handful remain in existence today. Using a combination of vintage photographic material and cutting-edg...
Urban Impulses: Latin American Photography From 1959 To 2016
The Photographers’ Gallery
14/06/2019 — 06/10/2019
Armando Cristeto, PolyMarchs, from the series Las noches del reventón, México, 1985

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Curated into two distinct but complementary themes: Shouts and Pop-ular by María Wills and Alexis Fabry, "Urban Impulses" features two hundred images selected from the extensive collection of Letici...
What is radical today?
The Royal Academy of Arts
06/09/2019 — 07/11/2019
Lucy McRae, Compression Cradle. Photograph by Scottie Cameron.

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Gathering the visions of 40 emerging and established architects, artists and thinkers about what is most radical in architecture today, the new free display "What is radical today?" in the Royal Acade...
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