Super Market 2017 - Stockholm Independent Art Fair - 23-26 March 2017

What's On



30 Jan '16-20 Jan '18



Eastside Projects

What is the role of a gallery in the forging of a new city Eastside Projects wants to be a productive force and work with

25 Mar '16-25 Mar '17


“Pure Abstraction 2” Exhibit is Open


G N is proud to present the selected artists for Pure Abstraction The exhibit is Open For Viewing at a href http Gallery N com

16 Apr '16-17 Apr '17


London Fieldworks – Spontaneous City: Hoxton


data-block-type p span Interdisciplinary art practice London Fieldworks Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson have designed a large-scale permanent installation which is open to occupation to

16 Apr '16-27 Mar '17


Black Hands – PEER’s first annual clock commission by Chris Ofili


span This spring two new public art commissions inaugurate the recently re-landscaped public space to the front of PEER span p p span A four-metre

16 Apr '16-12 Mar '17


Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear

Victoria and Albert Museum

p span This exhibition will tell the story of underwear design from the th century to the present day considering the practical and personal sensory

08 Sep '16-29 Jan '17


Maggi Hambling – Touch: works on paper

The British Museum

span Maggi span span Hambling is one of Britain rsquo s foremost span span contemporary figurative artists working across all media in painting drawing printmaking

09 Sep '16-28 Dec '17


Bill Viola: Mary

St Paul's Cathedral

em Mary em the second permanent large-scale video installation for St Paul rsquo s Cathedral created by the internationally acclaimed artist Bill Viola opens to

13 Sep '16-28 Jan '17


Below Stairs

Sir John Soane's Museum

span Below Stairs sees new and existing work by Paul Cocksedge Martino Gamper Jasper Morrison and Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby installed in the newly-restored

14 Sep '16-03 Jul '17


Warehouse Art Scholl

OVADA Warehouse

Entering its fourth year this successful and innovative course has been set up by OVADA to fill a gap in the market It is a

21 Sep '16-05 Feb '17


We Live in the Office. A commission by Giles Round

Royal Institute of British Architects

This autumn something out of the ordinary is happening at RIBA p p Factories have been abandoned offices have been emptied schools and university campuses

25 Sep '16-25 Sep '26


SQUAIR, A Brighton Photo Fringe 2016 exhibition by Eva Kalpadaki


An ongoing daily Instagram project commenting on the medium of Photography and its inherent conditions Eva Kalpadaki uses the sky as an empty canvas to

28 Sep '16-25 Jun '17


Alicja Kwade

Whitechapel Gallery

Berlin-based artist nbsp span Alicja Kwade span lsquo s nbsp new installation presents astronomical data exploring our position in the universe p p Bronze casts

01 Oct '16-05 Mar '17


Guerrilla Girls: Is it even worse in Europe?

Whitechapel Gallery

p The Guerrilla Girls revisit their poster ldquo It rsquo s Even Worse in Europe rdquo in a new display at the Whitechapel Gallery The

13 Oct '16-05 Feb '17


The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined

Barbican Art Gallery

span Potent provocative and sometimes shocking the word vulgar conjures up strong images ideas and feelings in us all The Vulgar Fashion Redefined is the

21 Oct '16-19 Feb '17


The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture

The Hepworth Wakefield

Discover the work of the four shortlisted artists in the Hepworth sculpture prize exhibition which showcases the unique approach each artist has to

04 Nov '16-02 Apr '17


Flaming June: The Making of an Icon

Leighton House Museum

A landmark exhibition for Leighton House Museum, returning Leighton’s most famous and celebrated work to the artist’s

11 Nov '16-25 Feb '17


Looking at one thing and thinking of something else: A Group Show in Four Parts

Carroll Fletcher

Leading up to the fifth anniversary of Carroll / Fletcher, founding director Jonathon Carroll curates an exhibition in four parts, bringing together

17 Nov '16-26 Feb '17


Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2016

National Portrait Gallery

The nbsp em Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize em nbsp is the leading international competition open to all which celebrates and promotes the very best

22 Nov '16-05 Mar '17


Photo-punk: 40 images from the birth of punk by Ian Dickson and Kevin Cummins

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

span Photo-punk images from the birth of punk nbsp span by Ian Dickson and Kevin Cummins will document the phenomenon rsquo s early years of

22 Nov '16-28 Jan '17

Jennifer Guidi: Radiant

Massimo De Carlo

Radiant brings together fourteen new canvases of layered paint and sand in an exploration of gesture, pattern and

23 Nov '16-26 Jan '17


Les Lalanne

Ben Brown Fine Arts

The gallery s third exhibition devoted to the wonderful and whimsical work of French artists Claude and the late Fran ois-Xavier Lalanne Claude and Fran

24 Nov '16-18 Feb '17


Azadeh Razaghdoost: Recipe for a Poem

Sophia Contemporary Gallery

Sophia Contemporary Gallery present s recent paintings by Iranian artist Azadeh Razaghdoost for her first solo exhibition in the UK Razaghdoost s lyrical paintings are

24 Nov '16-23 Apr '17


Fear and Love: Reactions to a Complex World

Design Museum

The opening exhibition of the newly located Design Museum features eleven new installations by some of the most innovative and thought-provoking

25 Nov '16-28 Feb '17


Mat Chivers: Harmonic Distortion


An exhibition of new work by the British artist Mat Chivers. Harmonic Distortion is comprised of an eponymous series of large-scale sculptures, a

25 Nov '16-04 Feb '17


Fabienne Verdier: Rhythms and Reflections

Waddington Custot

This November Waddington Custot is proud to present Fabienne Verdier rsquo s b Paris first solo exhibition in London The exhibition will feature large-scale abstract

30 Nov '16-28 Feb '17


Painters’ Painters: Artists of today who inspire artists of tomorrow

Saatchi Gallery

Painters’ Painters: Artists of today who inspire artists of tomorrow features the work of nine present-day painters ranging from their 30s to

30 Nov '16-11 Mar '17


Robert Adam’s London

Sir John Soane's Museum

This exhibition is the first time that 18th century architect Robert Adam’s work across the capital as a whole has been examined in a London

06 Dec '16-05 Feb '17


Carmel Buckley and Mark Harris: Sparrow Come Back Home


Sparrow Come Back Home by British artists Carmel Buckley and Mark Harris takes its title from a 1962 album by calypso singer Mighty Sparrow, which

07 Dec '16-05 Mar '17


Roger Hiorns


A survey of work by Birmingham-born artist Roger

08 Dec '16-12 Feb '17


Lucy Raven: Edge of Tomorrow

Serpentine Gallery

The first UK solo exhibition of the New York-based artist, Lucy Raven (born 1977, Tucson, Arizona). Lucy Raven’s work focuses on the marginal

09 Dec '16-11 Feb '17


Sebastián Gordín: if animals didn’t exist..

Rosenfeld Porcini

Solo exhibition by the Argentinian artist Sebastián Gordín. ’If animals didn’t exist….’ quotes the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben

08 Jan '17-18 Feb '17


Everything Exists Now

Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

A group show featuring drawing-based works, Everything Exists Now, brings together 13 artists who each

13 Jan '17-25 Feb '17


Strike Site

Pi Artworks

Work by Ana Čvorović, Anna Fasshauer, Brian Griffiths, Siobhán Hapaska, Alice Hartley, and Jack Killick in Strike Site questions

14 Jan '17-04 Feb '17


The Dark Wood


In this group show curator Henry Hussey draws on the sense of exile, trepidation and loss in the first Canto of Dante’s Inferno, using the

17 Jan '17-11 Feb '17


Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough

Lethaby Gallery

Lethaby Gallery – Ceramics has been taught at Central Saint Martins for over 100 years. The group exhibition will reflect the embodied

18 Jan '17-26 Feb '17


Jerwood Solo Presentations

Jerwood Space

Jerwood Solo Presentations 2017 will showcase the work of Anna Bunting-Branch, Imran Perretta and artist duo Ben Burgis & Ksenia Pedan in three

18 Jan '17-16 Apr '17


Assemble with Granby Workshop: Brickfield: Children’s Commission 2017

Whitechapel Gallery

Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble create a new work for the annual Whitechapel Gallery Children’s

19 Jan '17-02 Feb '17


Shape Open 2017 – Power: The Politics of Disability

Ecology Pavilion Mile End Park

A group exhibition of artwork created by both disabled and non-disabled artists in response to themes such as: how do we creatively challenge the

19 Jan '17-11 Mar '17


Gianfranco Pardi: Works 1968 – 1988

Cortesi Gallery

A selection of works by Gianfranco Pardi (Milan, 1933–2012), which

20 Jan '17-12 Mar '17


Alex Baczynski-Jenkins: The tremble, the symptom, the swell and the hole together

Chisenhale Gallery

For his new commission at Chisenhale Gallery, Alex Baczynki-Jenkins presents a choreography that unfolds across the duration of the exhibition.

20 Jan '17-08 Apr '17


Charles Avery: Study #15 Untitled (The Ninth Resort)

David Roberts Art Foundation

Study #15 looks in depth at the work of British artist Charles Avery (b. 1973, Oban, UK). The exhibition centres on a large ink drawing made in 2010

20 Jan '17-08 Apr '17


What is Love, Huma Bhabha: Study #16

David Roberts Art Foundation

Study #16 looks in depth at the sculpture What is Love, 2013, by New York-based Pakistani artist Huma Bhabha (b. 1962, Karachi, Pakistan) from the