25 Jan '17-18 Mar '17
A group exhibition of contemporary and historical paintings looks at ideas of home from the perspective of artists working from the 1920s to the
20 Jan '17-11 Mar '17
Park Seo-Bo is the leading exponent of the Dansaekhwa movement. This exhibition will feature Park’s signature ‘Ecriture’ series of
14 Jan '17-11 Feb '17
This is Condo’s second edition – a project allowing new emerging international galleries exposure in the capital, without the high cost
18 Jan '17-10 Feb '17
Inspired by the Spanish Pavilion at the 1937 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques this exhibition features paintings and
17 Jan '17-12 Mar '17
Painting, print, collage and sculpture, depicting the human figure by American artist Tschabalala
13 Jan '17-28 Feb '17
Andrew Salgado TEN, celebrates the artist’s career thus far, exhibiting a modest selection of his work from
13 Jan '17-19 Mar '17
Following an extensive refurbishment of the museum, the Estorick Collection reopens with a major exhibition of rarely seen works documenting the
09 Jan '17-30 Jan '17
An exhibition of eleven late works by the British abstract painter Sandra Blow (1925-2006). Influenced by both Italian post-war art and by the
09 Dec '16-04 Feb '17
A survey of sculptures and drawings by Ken Price, one of the most influential figures of 20th century ceramic
26 Nov '16-29 Jan '17
While addressing a world that can seem to be passing through the lingering twilight of postmodernism, the exhibition has been guided by Modernist
02 Dec '16-28 Jan '17
An exhibition of new work by acclaimed British action sculptor, painter and ceramicist, Bruce McLean. Featuring works produced over the past
23 Nov '16-15 Feb '17
A major exhibition of new work by Anselm Kiefer occupying all of the gallery spaces at White Cube Bermondsey. A selection of vast new paintings
01 Oct '16-10 Mar '17
Three recent large-scale steel sculptures by international sculptor Richard Serra. Extended until 10 March
06 Oct '16-05 Feb '17
Picasso s portraits epitomise the astonishing variety and innovation of his art This major exhibition of over eighty works focuses on the artist s portrayal
10 Nov '16-07 May '17
The show will be drawn from one of the world’s greatest private collections of photography and will present an unrivalled selection of classic
29 Oct '16-29 Jan '17
The first major exhibition of James Ensor’s (1860-1949) work to be held in the UK in twenty years curated by contemporary painter Luc
26 Oct '16-05 Mar '17
The exhibition presents Paul Nash s major works from his early Symbolist manner through to the iconic works of the First World War as well
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