Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see this month – this time they’re all in museums. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules opens at Somerset House today 21st October, a major exhibition celebrating the world’s… Read More
WE ARE HISTORY a new group exhibition offering a different perspective on humanity’s impact on the planet.
Just opened at Somerset House We Are History is a new group exhibition offering a different perspective on humanity’s impact on… Read More
A spinning Earth, a forest, bananas, portraits and riding up walls.
Dennis and Gnasher, Minnie the Minx, Bash Street Kids and the rest of the Beano gang take over Somerset House… Read More
Somerset House Studios’ Hyper Functional, Ultra Healthy series returns with a dynamic online programme of new commissions, films, workshops, and conversations from artists and scientists exploring the concept of health and wellbeing in the age of the pandemic.
1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair opens tomorrow Thursday 8th October with 29 exhibitors bringing physical presentations to an intimate eighth London edition at Somerset House
Alcoholism, animals, show business, the moon, Play-Doh, lasers and gingerbread.
Fog, cultural destruction, the moon, butterflies and purple rage.
Edible art, a daydreaming leopard, a house made of skin, whooping cranes, tag team art, a wooden Parliament and lost letters.
This week’s Top 7 includes: Subatomic particles, skeletons, pooling paint, jokes, another dimension, grief and colour.
This week’s Top 7 exhibitions to see includes: Virtual reality, plywood, a moving tunnel, war, barrels, memories and darkness.
Political crime, t-shirts, flour bombing, British wildlife, interstellar travel, architecture and China.
A refreshing antidote to the usual blue chip artists that populate the white cubes of Frieze, can be found at 1:54 Art Fair.
Underwater photography, voyeurism, perfume, rural scenes, abstract masters, free runners and stained glass.
Jenny Judova from Art Map London has picked ‘The Most Interesting Art Events’ to see in London this week.