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The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week

Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the Top 5 Art Exhibitions  to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you:

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Jon Rafman @ Zabludowicz Collection
Virtual reality, watching videos in cupboards, lounging in a ball pit. Art at it’s most interactive. Is this the future of art? Quite possibly. But while thinking about the answer, enjoy this surreal and brilliant exhibition. Until 20 December.

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Adam Lee: A Long Obedience @ Beers London
Borrowing from the Old Masters, Lee carves out a distinctive darker style to his landscape paintings. It’s always a treat to see a young painter take on a traditional subject and offer something new. Until 19 December.

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Willem Weismann: Alphabet Soup @ The Nunnery, Bow Arts
A great selection of darker and colourful paintings with great depth. Plus visitors can photocopy part of a painting to take home with them, challenging the unique nature of art. Until 20 December.

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Paintguide @ The Unit London
An Instagram themed exhibition where all the artists have a significant following. It’s an inventive idea to combine the traditional subject of portraiture with social media. Until 20 December.

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Dorothy Cross @ Frith Street Gallery, Golden Square
It’s all golden in this exhibition with gold dust marking the scum line in bath tubs and a shark with a gilded underside. It doesn’t quite hang together but it’s visually appealing and enjoyable to explore. Until 23 December.

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