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. All are closing soon:


The Calder Prize: 2005-2015 @ Pace London
If you haven’t had your fill of Calder at Tate Modern, there are more of his works to see here. Plus a contemporary response to his work. Zilvinas Kempinas’ floating tape held aloft by a fan is mesmerising. Until 5 March.


Bernard Buffet @ Opera gallery
Some fantastic works from this largely forgotten artist. There is great diversity from a flayed man to the sober rectilinear architecture paintings. Until 4 March.


Champagne Life & Revelations @ Saatchi gallery
Two exhibitions across all three floors. The headliner is a selection of female artists, and there are some great pieces by Alice Anderson and Stephanie Quayle. The top floor holds the religion inspired haunting sculptures by Aidan. Until 9 March.



Joseph Crawhall: Masterworks from the Burrell Collection @ The Fleming Collection
A rare chance to see these energetic paintings while their normal home is refurbished. Crawhall’s technique is dynamic and absorbing. Until 12 March.


Boyd & Evans – Overland @ Flowers, Cork street
Stunning sweeping photography of the American South West. The energy in the clouds is tremendous. Until 12 March.

About Tabish Khan

Art Critic for both FAD and Londonist. See as many exhibitions as possible and write reviews, opinion pieces and a weekly top 5 for FAD.