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Tabish’s Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week

Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.

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1. Urs Fischer @ Sadie Coles
A rainbow coloured rainstorm brilliantly makes use of this new and massive gallery space. It’s a magical experience to navigate between the drops and to explore the burnt out mannequins.


2. Honore Daumier: Visions of Paris @ Royal Academy
Biting satirical cartoons look back over an influential artist who was willing to be daring and serve time in prison to highlight the inequities in Parisian society.

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3. Unfixed: Meekyoung Shin @ Korean Cultural Centre
Fantastically detailed and realistic vases made entirely out of soap need to be seen to be believed. And even then it’s difficult to grasp.

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4. Jack Milroy: In(ter)ventions @ Art First
Precisely cut out images from books bring them to life as flowers spring from the pages and birds take to flight.


5. Stanley Spencer: Heaven in a Hell of War @ Somerset House
These war-time murals have been deftly lifted from their chapel home to be displayed in London. Excellently recreated at Somerset House, it’s a rare opportunity to see these paintings away from their natural home.



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