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27 Jun '18-30 Apr '19

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Sculpture in the City 2018

various venues in the City of London

Every summer, the City of London, in partnership with local businesses, unveils a brand-new selection of artworks by internationally-acclaimed

30 Jul '18-14 Jul '19

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Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany 1919-33

Tate Modern

FREE – Tate Modern will explore German art from between the wars in a year-long, free exhibition, drawing upon the rich holdings of The George

04 Sep '18-03 Feb '19

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The Secret to a Good Life

Royal Academy of Arts

This special project by Bob and Roberta Smith RA explores the story of women artists and the Royal Academy – through the lens of his own family

04 Sep '18-24 Mar '19

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Staging Jackson Pollock

Whitechapel Gallery

In an archive exhibition, the Whitechapel Gallery revisits how the 1958 Jackson Pollock exhibition was organised and the reasons for its profound

20 Sep '18-16 Dec '18

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Rachel Maclean

Zabludowicz Collection

Rachel Maclean has rapidly established herself as one of the most distinctive creative voices in the UK, creating baroque, hyper-real worlds using

21 Sep '18-20 Jan '19

Ladies of Quality and Distinction

The Foundling Museum

A landmark exhibition highlighting the hidden stories of women in the Foundling Hospital’s

26 Sep '18-27 Jan '19

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Ribera: Art of Violence

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Ribera: Art of Violence will be the first UK show of work by the Spanish Baroque artist and printmaker, Jusepe de Ribera (1591-1652), bringing

26 Sep '18-13 Jan '19

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Martin Eder: Parasites

Newport Street Gallery

‘Parasites’ is a solo exhibition by Berlin-based artist Martin Eder featuring major new paintings alongside work spanning over a decade of the

26 Sep '18-23 Dec '18

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A New Figurative Art 1920-1945: Works from the Giuseppe Iannaccone Collection

Estorick Collection

Since the early 1990s, Milanese lawyer Giuseppe Iannaccone has put together one of the most outstanding private collections of Italian art from the

27 Sep '18-06 Jan '19

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Francis Upritchard: Wetwang Slack

Curve Gallery at Barbican Centre

Francis Upritchard’s site-specific installation draws from ceramics, tapestry, glassblowing and

27 Sep '18-21 Dec '18

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Hannah Wilke

Alison Jacques Gallery

An exhibition spanning three decades of the American painter, sculptor, photographer, video and performance artist Hannah Wilke (1940 –

28 Sep '18-06 Jan '19

Amy Sillman: Landline

Camden Arts Centre

Working in New York, Amy Sillman’s wayward form of abstraction has pushed defiantly at the process-oriented approaches typically associated with

28 Sep '18-13 Jan '19

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Black Mirror: Art As Social Satire

Saatchi Gallery

Black Mirror will explore art’s role in social satire, and how political uncertainty has influenced the art of recent years and features the work

03 Oct '18-10 Feb '19

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Pierre Huyghe

Serpentine Gallery

Pierre Huyghe (b. 1962, Paris), one of the world’s leading conceptual artists known for creating complex immersive ecosystems, presents a major

03 Oct '18-06 Jan '19

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Atelier E.B: Passer-by

Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Passer-by is a new exhibition by Atelier E.B, the collaborative fashion label by designer Beca Lipscombe and artist Lucy

04 Oct '18-06 Jan '19

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Athi-Patra Ruga: Of Gods, Rainbows and Omissions

Somerset House

New and rarely seen works from the internationally renowned South African artist Athi-Patra

25 Oct '18-03 Mar '19

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Good Grief, Charlie Brown!

Somerset House

Good Grief, Charlie Brown! brings together Charles M. Schulz original Peanuts cartoons with work from a wide range of acclaimed

31 Oct '18-12 Jan '19

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Site Unseen

Dellasposa

Inaugural exhibition Site Unseen at Dellasposa, a curated presentation of contemporary artists and modern

07 Nov '18-21 Dec '18

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Ilse D’Hollander

Victoria Miro Mayfair

In her short life, Ilse D’Hollander (1968–1997) created an intelligent, sensual and highly resonant body of work that continues to find

09 Nov '18-12 Jan '19

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Léon Wuidar

White Cube - Mason's Yard

White Cube presents an exhibition of paintings by Belgian artist Léon Wuidar at Mason’s Yard. The artist’s second show with the gallery,

09 Nov '18-22 Dec '18

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Jacky Tsai: Reincarnation

Unit London

Jacky Tsai works across a range of mediums including installation, sculpture and

16 Nov '18-12 Jan '19

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Fiona Tan: Elsewhere

Frith Street Gallery

In Fiona Tan’s work explorations of memory, time, history and the role of visual images are

16 Nov '18-05 Jan '19

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Ceal Floyer

Lisson Gallery (67 Lisson Street)

A new exhibition by Berlin-based artist Ceal Floyer featuring a distinct body of sculptural works, in poetic situations, subtle interventions, as

16 Nov '18-05 Jan '19

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Leon Polk Smith

Lisson Gallery (27 Bell St)

An exhibition celebrating one of the founders of the hard-edge style of Minimalism, Leon Polk

16 Nov '18-05 Jan '19

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Katja Seib: Dear Diary

Sadie Coles (Davies Street)

Katja Seib’s new paintings (all 2018) form an interconnected group throughout which lucid figuration blurs into dreamlike symbolism. Alternately

16 Nov '18-21 Dec '18

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Channing Hansen: Morphogenesis

Stephen Friedman Gallery 1

A solo exhibition of new, large-scale works by American artist Channing Hansen. Hansen’s vibrant paintings comprise abstract, hand-knitted

16 Nov '18-06 Jan '19

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Felipe Baeza

Maureen Paley

The first solo exhibition in the UK by Felipe Baeza. The work presented at Maureen Paley explores ideas surrounding his interest in migration,

22 Nov '18-10 Jan '19

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Brent Wadden: Sympathetic Resonance

Pace London

New works by Canadian artist Brent Wadden influenced by folk and Bauhaus textiles, the language and techniques of traditional North American

22 Nov '18-16 Dec '18

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360: Mélodie Mousset

Zabludowicz Collection

Mélodie Mousset works across a number of mediums, including installation, performance, photography, sculpture, new media and virtual

28 Nov '18-26 Jan '19

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John Cage: Ryoanji

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

An Exhibition Uniting Musical Compositions and Drawings from John Cage’s Exquisite Ryoanji

Landseer’s The Monarch of the Glen

National Gallery

One of the world’s best-known animal paintings, Edwin Landseer’s ‘The Monarch of the Glen’, returns to the National Gallery

23 Jan '19-06 May '19

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Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory – The CC Land Exhibition

Tate Modern

This is the first major exhibition of Pierre Bonnard’s work in the UK since the much-loved show at Tate 20 years

26 Jan '19-31 Mar '19

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Bill Viola / Michelangelo: Life Death Rebirth

Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy brings together two artists Bill Viola and Michelangelo – born centuries apart – who explore the same universal themes with

05 Feb '19-06 May '19

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Don McCullin

Tate Britain

Tate Britain presents a comprehensive retrospective of the legendary British photographer Don

20 Feb '19-02 Jun '19

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Franz West

Tate Modern

Ironic, irreverent, yet profoundly philosophical, Franz West was a key figure of European art in the late 20th

23 Feb '19-23 Jun '19

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Phyllida Barlow RA: cul-de-sac

Royal Academy of Arts

Phyllida Barlow’s vibrant, large-scale installations transform the environments they

27 Feb '19-09 Jun '19

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Dorothea Tanning

Tate Modern

Over a seven-decade career, Dorothea Tanning pushed the boundaries of

03 Mar '19-02 Jun '19

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The Renaissance Nude

Royal Academy of Arts

Trace the development of the nude through some of the great masters of the Renaissance. Bringing together works by artists such as Titian, Raphael,

27 Mar '19-11 Aug '19

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Van Gogh and Britain

Tate Britain

This major exhibition brings together 45 works by Vincent van Gogh to reveal how he was inspired by Britain and how he inspired British