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360: Jordan Wolfson
Zabludowicz Collection
20/09/2018 — 21/10/2018
Jordan Wolfson, "Real Violence" Installation View, 2017, Riverboat song, Sadie Coles HQ, London, 2017. © the artist, Courtesy of Sadie Coles HQ, London, Photo Credit Robert Glowacki

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Jordan Wolfson presents his virtual reality film titled Real Violence, 2017, which involves viewers as powerless witnesses to an assault: a man, played by the artist, beats another with a baseball ...
AA Bronson + General Idea
Maureen Paley
30/09/2018 — 11/11/2018
© General Idea, courtesy Maureen Paley, London

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The exhibition marks the fiftieth anniversary since artists AA Bronson, Felix Partz and Jorge Zontal met, to form the collective General Idea. The paintings and wallpapers displayed in the show ar...
Anthea Hamilton: The Squash
Tate Britain
22/03/2018 — 08/10/2018
Anthea Hamilton, The Squash, © Tate (Seraphina Neville) 2018

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The exhibition by British artist Anthea Hamilton transforms the heart of Tate Britain with sculpture and performance. A solo performer in a squash-like costume performs within the Duveen Galleries ev...
Artist Rooms: Jenny Holzer
Tate Modern
23/07/2018 — 31/07/2019
Jenny Holzer, "Artist Rooms: Jenny Holzer" Exhibition view at Tate Modern, London, 2018, © 2018 Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY, Photo Credit Jack Hems

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Artist Rooms: Jenny Holzer, the latest in the series of annual displays, brings together works by artist Jenny Holzer, including pieces rarely-seen or shown for the first time in the UK. Holzer's w...
Behjat Sadr: Dusted Waters
The Mosaic Rooms
28/09/2018 — 08/12/2018
Behjat Sadr in her studio, Tehran, 1967, Courtesy of the mosaic rooms, London

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Dusted Waters is the first solo exhibition dedicated in UK to Behjat Sadr, currently one of Iran's most influential and radical visual artists. The show includes a selection of masterpieces which hi...
Berlinde De Bruyckere: Stages and Tales
Hauser & Wirth Somerset
29/09/2018 — 01/01/2019
Berlinde De Bruyckere, "Courtyard Tales", 2017 - 2018, Courtesy Hauer & Wirth Somerset

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Artist Berlinde De Bruyckere displays in the solo exhibition Stages and Tales two new bodies of sculptural works, which represent her most abstract pieces, far away from her recognizable figurative st...
Christian Marclay: The Clock
Tate Modern
14/09/2018 — 20/01/2019
Christian Marclay, "The Clock", 2010, © the artist. Courtesy of White Cube, London and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

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Christian Marclay's 24-hour video installation The Clock is on display at Tate Modern during exhibition hours and on special 24-hour screenings. In particular, the gallery stays open on Saturday 6 O...
Conrad Shawcross: After the Explosion, Before the Collapse
Conrad Shawcross: After the Explosion, Before the Collapse
13/09/2018 — 27/10/2018
Conrad Shawcross, "After the Explosion, Before the Collapse", 2018, Victoria Miro Mayfair, Courtesy of the gallery

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The solo exhibition dedicated to artist Conrad Shawcross at Victoria Miro Mayfair gallery features new abstract works by the artist which deal with scientific themes such as time, entropy and disapp...
Daria Martin
Maureen Paley
08/09/2018 — 23/09/2018
© General Idea, courtesy Maureen Paley, London

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The exhibition features Daria Martin’s latest film "A Hunger Artist", HD film, (2017) which adapts Franz Kafka’s 1922 modernist short story of the same name: a strange allegory about spectacle, sp...
Doris Salcedo
White Cube Bermondsey
28/09/2018 — 11/11/2018
Doris Salcedo, 2018, Courtesy of White Cube Bermondsey, London

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Doris Salcedo's dedicated exhibition at White Cube Bermondsey, London, features the large-scale installation Palimpsest (2013−17) and a new series of sculptures entitled Tabula Rasa (2018), in ...
Drag: Self-portraits and Body Politics
Hayward Gallery
22/08/2018 — 14/10/2018
VICTORIA SIN, Cthulhu Through the Looking Glass, 2017, film still. Courtesy: the artist

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With a focus on photography (but not only) 30 artists use drag to question identity, gender, class and politics, from the 1960s to the present day, with established names such as Robert Mapplethorpe ...
Elmgreen and Dragset: This Is How We Bite Our Tongue
Whitechapel Gallery
27/09/2018 — 13/01/2019
Elmgreen & Dragset, "Pregnant White Maid"(detail), 2017, Courtesy of Galerie Perrotin, Photo: Elmar Vestner

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This Is How We Bite Our Tongue features works by the artistic duo Michael Elmgreen (b. 1961, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset (b. 1969, Norway). Besides some of their figurative sculptures, a new large...
Francis Upritchard: Wetwang Slack
Barbican Centre
27/09/2018 — 06/01/2019
Francis Upritchard, "A Long Wait" Installation View, 2012, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati Photograph by Daylight Photo © Francis Upritchard, Courtesy of Kate MacGarry, London

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New Zealand artist Francis Upritchard has created for The Curve, exhibition space at Barbican centre, London, a new installation titled Wetwang Slack. For the occasion, the artist displays a series ...
Frida Escobedo: Serpentine Pavilion 2018
Serpentine Galleries
15/06/2018 — 07/10/2018
Frida Escobedo, Serpentine Pavilion 2018, © Frida Escobedo, Taller de Arquitectura, Photography © 2018 Iwan Baan

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Architect Frida Escobedo has been commissioned to design the temporary Serpentine Pavilion for the year 2018, in Kensington Gardens. Escobedo's project draws inspiration both from the architecture of...
Gary Simmons: Green Past Gold
Simon Lee London
13/09/2018 — 20/10/2018
Gary Simmons, "Hamtree", 2018, Courtesy of Simon Lee Gallery

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Green Past Gold features new works by the artist Gary Simmons who always addresses in his practice racial, social and cultural politics. This happens as well in his "erasure drawings", on which the ...
Heidi Bucher
Parasol unit
19/09/2018 — 09/12/2018
Heidi Bucher, "Fliegender Hautraum" (Flying Skinroom), 1981, Installation view from the Ahnenhaus/Obermühle Winterthur, Courtesy the Estate of Heidi Bucher, Photo Credit Andreas Schwarber

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The exhibition features works by the Swiss artist Heidi Bucher, for the first time in a UK public institution 25 years after her death, grouping together a significant body of her latex works made dur...
J. B. Blunk
Kate MacGarry
14/09/2018 — 20/10/2018
J.B. Blunk, "Untitled - Plate", 1989, Courtesy of Kate MacGarry, London

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American artist J. B. Blunk's first solo exhibition in the U.K., hosted at gallery Kate MacGarry, displays 40 ceramics, spanning the period between 1950 and 1990. The artist produced these objects in ...
Jesse Darling: The Ballad of Saint Jerome
Tate Britain
22/09/2018 — 24/02/2019
Jesse Darling, "Lion in wait for Jerome and his medical kit (rather go free than get healed)" Detail, © Jesse Darling 2018

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Jesse Darling's exhibited works revisit the story of Saint Jerome and the lion, very popular during the Renaissance period, which the artist interprets as a narration about power and healing, which r...
Julie Mehretu: Sextant
White Cube Mason’s Yard
21/09/2018 — 03/11/2018
Julie Mehretu, "Sextant", 2018, Courtesy of White Cube Mason's Yard, London

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The exhibition presents new large-scale paintings and etchings by the artist  Julie Mehretu. For her new works, the artist takes as starting points news photographies, which portray recent and ...
Kemang Wa Lehulere: Not Even the Departed Stay Grounded
Marian Goodman London
13/09/2018 — 20/10/2018
Kemang Wa Lehulere, "not even the departed stay grounded", 2018, Courtesy of the gallery and the artist

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Artist Kemang Wa Lehulere’s first exhibition at the gallery opens Marian Goodman Gallery London's 2018 - 19 season. His practice is influenced by the years of social activism which preceded the be...
Kiki Smith: Woodland
Timothy Taylor
13/09/2018 — 27/10/2018
Kiki Smith, "Parliament (Owls)", 2017, Courtesy of Timothy Taylor

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The exhibition Woodland presents pieces by the artist Kiki Smith. Her works are rich with allegories, confronting themes such as identity, mortality and women’s liberation represented metaphorical...
Knock Knock: Humour in Contemporary Art
South London Gallery
22/09/2018 — 18/11/2018
Lynn Hershman Leeson, "Seduction", 1985, Courtesy of South London Gallery

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The collective exhibition Knock Knock: Humour in Contemporary Art gathers works by more than thirty artists focused on the main topic of humour, trying to explore its mechanisms and how does it fun...
Lawrence Abu Hamdan: Earwitness Theatre
Chisenhale
21/09/2018 — 09/12/2018
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, "3 Whispers" (detail), 2017, Courtesy of the artist

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Artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan investigates the uncertain world of the ear witness and the political effects of listening. In 2016, the artist was commissioned to collect the stories from the survivors of...
Lee Ufan: Relatum – Stage
Serpentine Galleries
06/02/2018 — 27/01/2019
Lee Ufan, "Relatum – Stage", 2018, Installation view, Serpentine Gallery, London © Lee Ufan, Photograph © Ian Gavan/Getty Images

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Installed outside the Serpentine Galleries, in the Kensington Gardens, Lee Ufan's installation follows the series of public sculptures already presented in the spaces outside the gallery. The artist, ...
Lily Cole: Balls
The Royal Academy of Arts
31/07/2018 — 02/12/2018
Lily Cole, "Balls" Video Still, 2018, Courtesy of The Foundling Museum

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On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Emily Brontë's birth, the Foundling fellow Lily Cole has created a new short film titled Balls, which takes as departure point the most famous novel by the...
Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany 1919-33
Tate Modern
30/07/2018 — 14/07/2019
Conrad Felixmüller, "The Beggar of Prachatice", 1924, Photograph: The George Economou Collection © DACS, 2018

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Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany 1919-33 features around seventy paintings and works on paper, illustrating the paradoxes of art during the Weimar era, during which liberalisation and anti-milita...
Mark Dion and John Miller
Galerie Nagel Draxler
15/09/2018 — 27/10/2018
Mark Dion, John Miller, Exhibition view, 2018, Courtesy Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berlin, Photo: Simon Vogel

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The exhibition features two signature installations by artists Mark Dion and John Miller from the 1990s, who both address social issues through their works. Dion's piece is part of the "Wheelbarrows i...
Mikhail Karikis: No Ordinary Protest
Whitechapel Gallery
18/08/2018 — 06/01/2019
Mikhail Karikis, "No Ordinary Protest", 2018, Courtesy Mikhail Karikis

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No Ordinary Protest is a new commissioned project by the Greek-British artist Mikhail Karikis, who draws inspiration from a children's science fiction novel titled "The Iron Woman" (1993), an ecof...
Morag Keil: Here We Go Again
Project Native Informant
14/07/2018 — 27/10/2018
Morag Keil, "Here We Go Again" Installation View, 2018, Courtesy of Project Native Informant, London

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Here We Go Again is artist Morag Keil's second solo exhibition at Project Native Infromant. The video presented consists of a simulation of a former installation by the artist. ...
Nicholas Pope: Sins and Virtues
The Sunday Painter
15/09/2018 — 10/11/2018
Nicholas Pope, "Sins and Virtues", 2018, The Sunday Painter, Courtesy of the Artist and The Sunday Painter, Photo Credit Lewis Ronald

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Nicholas Pope's solo exhibition "Sins and Virtues" features sculptures by the British artist, alongside drawings and works on paper. The centre of the exhibition is the installation The Conundrum ...
Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler: The Scar
Delfina Foundation
27/09/2018 — 01/12/2018
Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler, "The Scar" Video Still, 2017, Courtesy of Delfina Foundation

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The Scar is a fiction film installation by London and Istanbul based artists Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler, developed in three chapters ("The State of the State", "The Mouth of the Shark" and "T...
Platform Graduate Award 2018
Turner Contemporary
07/09/2018 — 04/11/2018
Holly Jones, "I guess, in a way, I’m grateful", 2018, Courtesy Turner Contemporary

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Platform is an annual region-wide project, born in 2012 with the goal to promote emerging newly-graduated talents across the south east of England. The initiative is supported by several partners, be...
Rachel Maclean
Zabludowicz Collection
20/09/2018 — 16/12/2018
Rachel Maclean, "Make Me Up", 2018 (still), Courtesy of the artist, © Rachel Maclean

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Zabludowicz Collection dedicates the 2018 edition of its Annual Commission Show to Rachel Maclean, which presents for the occasion three of her video works. "I’m Terribly Sorry" is the first artist...
Renzo Piano: The Art of Making Buildings
The Royal Academy of Arts
15/09/2018 — 20/01/2019
Renzo Piano, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, "Jérôme Seydoux Pathé Foundation", Paris, 2014, © Michel Denancé, Courtesy of The Royal Academy of Arts

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On the occasion of the 250th anniversary of The Royal Academy of Arts, the new Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries in Burlington Gardens inaugurate its programme with the exhibition The Art of Maki...
Serpent and Shadow
The Royal Academy of Arts
16/08/2018 — 10/10/2018
Josephine Baker-Heaslip, "Mediterranean Landscape", 2017, Courtesy of The Royal Academy of Arts

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The collective show Serpent and Shadow groups together historic objects from the RA collection and works by the RA Schools current students and graduates to reflect upon the contrast between visi...
Antony Cairns, "LDN5_051", 2017, Courtesy of the artist © Antony Cairns

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Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art is the first big-scale exhibition to explore the intertwined history of photography and abstraction, featuring over 350 works by more...
Space Shifters
Hayward Gallery
26/09/2018 — 06/01/2019
courtesy of Hayward Gallery

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The Hayward Gallery marks the end of its 50 year anniversary year with a major new exhibition which seeks to shift our sense of space and the way we see our surroundings, with artworks by ov...
Staging Jackson Pollock
Whitechapel Gallery
04/09/2018 — 24/03/2019
Jackson Pollock, Whitechapel Gallery Installation view, , 1958, Courtesy Whitechapel Gallery, Photo by Sam Lambert

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Jackson Pollock's painting Summertime 9A (1948) premiered in the UK in the 1958 at the Whitechapel Gallery, in a traveling show. After six decades, the painting returns to be exhibited at the same loc...
Stuart Middleton: Improvers
Carlos/Ishikawa
20/09/2018 — 27/10/2018
Stuart Middleton, "Improvers" Installation View, 2018, Courtesy of Carlos/Ishikawa

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Improvers is the second solo exhibition of Stuart Middleton at Carlos/Ishikawa. The show features two-dimension drawings, rendered by the artist from photographies that he took in first person. The ...
Surreal Science: Loudon Collection with Salvatore Arancio
Whitechapel Gallery
25/08/2018 — 06/01/2019
Leopold (1822-95) and Rudolf (1857-1939) Blaschka, "Glass model of a Portugese man o’war", Mid to late 19th century, Courtesy George Loudon Collection, Photography by Rosamond Purcell

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During his life, the collector George Loudon was fascinated by scientific objects and reunited an extensive collection of more than 200 pieces, including items such as prints, drawings and anato...
Takesada Matsutani: Drop in Time
Hauser & Wirth Somerset
29/09/2018 — 01/01/2019
Takesada Matsutani, "Drop in Time", Courtesy Hauser & Wirth Somerset

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The exhibition dedicated by Hauser & Wirth Somerset to Japanese artist Takesada Matsutani includes both new and old works. Since the artist was part of the Gutai Art Association, elements of the...
Turner Prize 2018
Tate Britain
26/09/2018 — 06/01/2019
Clockwise: Naeem Mohaiemen Tripoli Cancelled 2017 video still © Naeem Mohaiemen Luke Willis Thompson _Human 2018 film still © Luke Willis Thompson Charlotte Prodger BRIDGIT 2016 video still © Charlotte Prodger Forensic Architecture Killing in Umm al-Hiran, 18 January 2017 video still © Forensic Architecture 2018

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The 34th edition of the Turner Prize takes place at Tate Britain to award a British artist for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the preceding year as determined by a ju...
Ulla von Brandenburg: Sweet Feast
Whitechapel Gallery
20/09/2018 — 31/03/2019
Ulla von Brandenburg, "Sweet Feast" Production still, 2018, Courtesy the artist

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A new film work by artist Ulla von Brandenburg, Sweet Feast was commissioned by Whitechapel Gallery in partnership with Le Prix Marcel Duchamp, following her 2016 nomination for the award. The video...
Urs Fischer: Dasha
Gagosian London
12/09/2018 — 03/11/2018
Urs Fischer, "Artwork", Installation view, © Urs Fischer, Photo: Lucy Dawkins

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Dasha is a larger-than-life-size wax sculpture by artist Urs Fischer, portraying the collector Dasha Zukova, friend of the artist. During the exhibition, the many wicks on the surface of the statu...
Zabludowicz Collection Invites: Josefine Reisch
Zabludowicz Collection
20/09/2018 — 28/10/2018
Josefine Reisch, "Profile #23", 2018, Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Noah Klink

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Celetoids is the solo exhibition dedicated to the artist Josefine Reisch at the Zabludowicz Collection. Using media such as tromp l'oeil painting, portraiture and textile, the artist exhibits ser...
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