Marlborough London to present a solo exhibition of new works by Alexander James entitled Tuck Shop For The Wicked.
Unit London presents Ryan Hewett’s latest body of work, ‘Nexus,’ which is his fifth solo show with the gallery.
The State Of It – ‘We turn to cynicism, humour & nostalgia as armour to endure in a world that feels inherently hopeless & deranged.’
‘The State of It’ explores the convoluted reality of what it means to exist in the prevailing turbulent environment that… Read More
Presented by HENI, Where the Land Meets the Sea will feature a selection of works from Damien Hirst’s latest paintings series
Following a sell-out launch show at the Turner Contemporary in Margate, prolific portrait painter Margo McDaid AKA Margo in Margate now brings her coveted vintage-inspired works to London for a three-day solo show
The ick, a latent virus, slithers through the unseen recesses of our wired existence. It is the dark underbelly of our hyperconnected world, a mutation of desires and revulsions pulsating within the hidden networks of our collective consciousness.
Roddy Maude-Roxby’s, Associative Drifts is an exhibition presented across two West London locations, exploring the largely unseen visual art of Roddy Maude-Roxby, born 1930 and still working, teaching, and painting today.
The first major museum exhibition of the Casablanca Art School has opened at Tate St Ives. It is also the… Read More
This spring, Tate Britain presents a new Art Now exhibition of sculptural works by Rhea Dillon. Titled An Alterable Terrain, the exhibition brings together a group of new and existing sculptures to explore Black women’s labour across histories and geographies.
Michael Petry celebrates the ceremonial, memorializes the mythical and acknowledges, honors and explores the deeper spirits within us whom we… Read More
Marie-Claudine Llamas, Founder of Guerin Projects, and Mica Bowman, Director at Bowman Sculpture, have teamed up to curate ‘The Power of She: A Tribute to Women in the Arts’.
Ai Weiwei, one of the world’s most celebrated and recognisable living artists, has unveiled a major new exhibition at the Design Museum
Galerie Max Hetzler is pleased to present Spectrum without Traces, a solo exhibition by Katharina Grosse showing a completely new body of work on canvas from the past year.
Jenkin van Zyl’s first solo exhibition at Edel Assanti transforms the gallery into an engulfing environment built around a new single channel film, Surrender.
Tonight Waddington Custot opens the first UK solo exhibition in nearly 60 years by Michael Chow
(b.1939, Shanghai, China), also known by his signature name ‘M’.
Harland Miller opens a solo exhibition of new paintings at White Cube Bermondsey this week.