My Art Guide London Editorial Highlights

Frieze and Other Fairs

Courtesy of Frieze

Frieze London 2018

Regent's Park

Frieze Masters 2018

Frieze Masters 2018

Regent's Park

Somerset House

1-54 London

Somerset House

Sunday Art Fair 2018

Sunday Art Fair 2018

University of Westminster

Exhibitions

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 October, Saturday 3 November and Saturday 1 December to allow the 24-hour film to be experienced in full. After traveling the world, this is the first time the installation is exhibited, after being acquired by Tate Modern in 2012. The video is a montage of thousands of film and television clips that depict clocks or reference time, edited by the artist to create an immersive sonic and visual experience which spans years of cinematic history. The installation is synchronised to local time wherever... Read More
Christian Marclay, "The Clock", 2010, © the artist. Courtesy of White Cube, London and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, "3 Whispers" (detail), 2017, Courtesy of the artist
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 the Syrian regime prison of Saydnaya; held in darkness,... Read More
Heidi Bucher, Exhibition view, Parasol Unit, 2018
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 during the last two decades of her artistic career and... Read More
Elmgreen & Dragset, "Pregnant White Maid"(detail), 2017, Courtesy of Galerie Perrotin, Photo: Elmar Vestner
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-scale installation is exhibited, dealing with the... Read More
Doris Salcedo, 2018, Courtesy of White Cube Bermondsey, London

Doris Salcedo

White Cube Bermondsey
28/09/2018 - 11/11/2018

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 which the artist explores once more the theme... Read More

Events

Art Licks Weekend

Various Venues in London
04/10/2018 - 07/10/2018

The Art Licks Weekend is an annual festival featuring the work of pioneering young artists, curators, and project spaces in London. This year the festival takes on the title of “Art Licks Weekend: Peripheries”. It will be explored how participating projects actively situate themselves on the edges of the art market and its structure as a way of establishing alternative creative working systems and new possibilities of access. It considers how grassroots spaces and projects are addressing this with an alternative art economy, based on collaboration, friendship, support, exchange and care. As an alternative to competitive object-based narratives, Art Licks Weekend: Peripheries supports... Read More
Art Licks Weekend 2018: Peripheries, design: An Endless Supply
Martin Creed performing at Jupiter Artland, 2018 Photo: Max McClure

DRAF x KOKO: an Evening of Performances

KOKO
02/10/2018 - 02/10/2018

DRAF presents its 11th annual Evening of Performances, returning to historic music hall KOKO for an exciting programme of live works that range across performance art, spoken word, dance, comedy and music. The eleventh edition of the annual event is curated... Read More
Alina Gutkina, Untitled, polaroid, 2013

V-A-C Live: VASYA RUN

The Whitechapel Bell Foundry
05/10/2018 - 06/10/2018

Russian collective VASYA RUN present the UK premier of their latest performance. Eight young men aged 18 – 26 from London and Moscow feature in this interactive and experimental work on the bounds of theatre, music and contemporary art. With no... Read More
Artist Yayoi Kusama
Kusama – Infinity (12A) documents the path of the artist Yayoi Kusama, famous for her polka dots pieces, from her conservative education in Japan, to her battles agains racism and sexism in New York during the 1960s. It also traces the path that... Read More

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Art Spaces

Museums, foundations, galleries and no-profits selected by our Editorial Committee
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

Chisenhale

Non-Profit

Studio Voltaire London

Studio Voltaire

Non-Profit

Barbican London

Barbican Centre

Non-Profit

Calvert 22, London

Leisure

Restaurants, bars and hotels selected by our Editorial Committee
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

Restaurants

Sexy Fish, London

Sexy Fish

Restaurants

Canto Corvino, London

Canto Corvino

Restaurants

Tamarind, London

Tamarind

Restaurants

Typing Room, London

Typing Room

Restaurants

Hoi Polloi, London

Hoi Polloi

Restaurants

Blakes London

Blakes Hotel

Hotels