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Tabish’s Top 5 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.


1. Tomory Dodge @ Alison Jacques
Fantastic large scale paintings convey so much through colour. Like a looser and more abstract modern day Klee.


2. Camille Henrot: The Pale Fox @ Chisenhale Gallery
A bold assemblage of drawings, sculpture, newspapers, found objects, sounds of coughing and sneezing and even a remote controlled snake. Coupled with a bold soundtrack this is all about discovering a nuanced exhibition.


3. Kwang Young Chun: New Work @ Bernard Jacobson
Neatly folded triangles of paper are assembled to create monumental and complex textural works.


4. Sprung @ 7-9 Tryon Street
This pop up show by Loughran gallery features the ever popular animal paintings by Dave White, taxidermy by Polly Morgan the latest works by abstract painter Jessica Zoob heading in a darker and more engaging direction.


5. Gerard Rancinan: Rancinan XXL @ Opera Gallery
Completely over the top and overblown. He tends to divide people but his work certainly leaves a lasting impact.



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