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Phoebe Boswell & Others @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road, Dulwich

Soulscapes explores our connection with the world around us through the eyes of artists from the African Diaspora.  It considers the power of landscape art and reflects on themes of […]

Zineb Sedira @ Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Gallery 77 Whitechapel High Street, London

Dreams Have No Titles is an immersive installation comprising film, sculpture, photography and performance.  It interweaves the artist’s biography with activist films produced across France, Algeria and Italy in the […]

Yko Ono @ Tate Modern

Tate Modern Bankside, London

Spanning more than seven decades, the exhibition, Music of the Mind, focusses on key moments in Ono’s career, including her years in London from 1966 to 1971. The show explores some […]

Monica Alcázar-Duarte@ Autograph

Autograph Gallery

Monica Alcázar-Duarte examines western society's obsession with speed, expansion and resource accumulation at a time when ecological disaster looms. She raises critical questions - where does knowledge lie? Who and […]

Lubaina Himid & others @ National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery St. Martin's Pl, London

The exhibition, The Time is Always Now: Artists Reframe the Black Figure, showcases the work of contemporary artists from the African diaspora, including Michael Armitage, Lubaina Himid, Kerry James Marshall, […]

Angelica Kaufman RA @ The Royal Academy

Royal Academy of Arts

Angelica Kauffman RA was one of the most celebrated artists of the 18th century. In this major exhibition, her trajectory is traced from child prodigy to one of Europe's most […]

Nan Golden & others @ South London Gallery, Fire Station

South London Gallery Fire Station

This group exhibition, Acts of Resistance Photography, Feminisms and the Art of Protest, brings together works by international artists and collectives who are using the camera to challenge and move beyond traditional protest photography. Artists include: Laia Abril, Hoda Afshar, Poulomi Basu, Nan Goldin, Guerrilla Girls, Sofia Karim, Mari Katayama, Teresa Margolles, Sethembile Msezane, Zanele Muholi, Wendy Red Star, Tabita Rezaire, Raphaela Rosella, Aida Silvestri, Sheida Soleanimi, Hannah Starkey, […]

Helen Flockhart & others @ Unit London

Unit London

In celebration of Women’s History Month and the arrival of spring, the exhibition, The Three Graces, is a contemporary re-examination of this timeless mythological theme.  The exhibition demonstrates the enduring relevance of a timeless mythological image and the persistent need to reevaluate themes from the past. The artists from The Three Graces approach an age-old trope in innovative […]

Jess Allen @ Unit London

Unit London

Jess Allen’s exhibition considers space, time and the inevitable transformation of present into past. This Is Now captures a series of fleeting moments in which shadows and figures overlap to represent the ephemeral and indistinct.

Yuki Nakayama @ A.I. Gallery

A.I. Gallery

After the Rain, an exhibition comprising new works including paintings, sculptures and a site-specific installation by Yuki Nakayama.  The exhibition explores the dynamic relationship between space, play and decision-making in emphasising how spatial elements influence our actions and outcomes.

Meera Shakti Osborne & others @ Women’s Museum

Women's Museum

An Idea of a Life, responds to everyday histories of the women-led community who lived in Barking Abbey from c.666AD through to the early 16th Century. This exhibition tells stories that are both imagined and informed by archaeological finds, records and ongoing research emerging from the site of the former Abbey. The exhibition holds newly […]

Tracey Emin & Friends @ TKE Studios

TKE Studios 99 Victoria Road, Margate

We do not Sleep, is the title of  an exhibition by artists: Layla Andrews, Elissa Cray, Tracey Emin, Laura Footes, Joline Kwakkenbos, Gabriela Max, Lindsey Mendick, Vanessa Raw, and Mercedes […]

Francesca Woodman @ National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery St. Martin's Pl, London

Showcasing more than 150 rare vintage prints, Francesca Woodman and Julia Margaret Cameron: Portraits to Dream In, spans the career of both artists – and suggests new ways to look at their work, […]

Barbara Hulanicki @ Fashion & Textile Museum

Fashion & Textile Museum

In 1963, fashion illustrator Barbara Hulanicki established a mail-order company selling affordable fashion appealing to a new generation of young women, which she named Biba. The Biba Story explores how […]

Vanessa Garwood @ PM/AM

PM/AM 37 Eastcastle Street, London

Vanessa Garwood uses acrylic for her paintings as it seems to provide a purer process and a greater sense of immediacy to her work. Her interest involves humans and human […]

Ana Viktoria Dzinic @ Nicoletti Gallery

Nicoletti Contemporary

In Repetitive, Ana Viktoria Dzinic presents a series of photographic prints and sculptural installations, in which she uses repetition as a tool to investigate contemporary methods of communication and image production.  […]

Shizuko Yuoshikawa @ Marlborough Gallery

Marlborough Gallery

The exhibition, Possible Progression, features Shizuko Yoshikawa’s s signature relief sculptures, paintings, drawings and conceptual colour studies spanning four decades of the artist’s career.  Her innovative work has recently received new […]

Nancy Haynes @ Marlborough Gallery

Marlborough Gallery

The exhibition, Dialectics of Silence, features a selection of Nancy Haynes’s book-sized paintings from the series – library, dedicated to a pantheon of writers, important to the artist. In this […]

Anne Hardy @ Maureen Paley

Maureen Paley Gallery

Survival Spell, an exhibition by Anne Hardy, is a new group of floor and wall sculptures.  The works in the exhibition, begun during Anne's residency at the Chinati Foundation, Marfa, […]

Zarah Hussain @ Grosvenor Gallery

Grosvenor Gallery

Zarah Hussain's exhibition Super Symmetry features new paintings from Zarah's 'Breath' series, examples of her wall sculptures and a new limited-edition print, published specially for the exhibition. Spiritual traditions around the world […]

Alexandra Zarins @ Elizabeth Xi Bauer Gallery

Elizabeth Xi Bauer Gallery

Alexandra Zarins’ work is rooted in an almost dreamlike realm. Entering her world, we are invited into stories inspired by her own life, observations, and imagination. Caught in the act of […]

Lauren Joy Kennett @ Aspex, Portsmouth

Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth Aspex, Portsmouth

‘Sorry I’m Not Sorry’ not only reflects Lauren Joy Kennett's personal story, but also resonates with the wider late-discovered autistic community and neurotypical people, inviting empathy and a deeper understanding. Through autobiographical and archive photography, LJK uses cutting and collaging techniques to explore self-discovery, confrontation of life’s traumas, and experiences that have shaped her existence.