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22 Sep '17-21 Jan '18

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Gerald Scarfe: Stage and Screen

House of Illustration

A rare opportunity to explore extensive but little-known production designs by celebrated political cartoonist Gerald

29 Sep '17-04 Feb '18

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Wade Guyton: Das New Yorker Atelier, Abridged

Serpentine Gallery

American artist Wade Guyton uses digital technologies – iPhones, cameras, computers and consumer-grade Epson printers – as tools to create both

03 Oct '17-02 Apr '18

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Hyundai Commission: Superflex

Tate Modern

The Turbine Hall transformed by Danish collective Superflex known for their interests in unifying urban spaces and commenting on society with

06 Oct '17-13 May '18

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Listen: 140 Years of Recorded Sound

British Library

Sound. Take the time to explore it.

Just how important have the sounds of the past 140 years been to our lives? Dive into the British Library

20 Oct '17-28 Feb '18

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Harry Potter: A History of Magic

British Library

The British Library unveils rare books, manuscripts and magical objects from its collection, capturing the traditions of folklore and magic which

21 Oct '17-18 Feb '18

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David Bomberg (1890 – 1957): A Retrospective

Pallant House Gallery

A major review of the career of David Bomberg (1890 – 1957), revered as one of the greatest British artists of the 20th

01 Nov '17-26 Feb '18

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A Farewell to Art: Chagall, Shakespeare and Prospero

Ben Uri Gallery

A Farewell to Art: Chagall, Shakespeare and Prospero will be the first UK exhibition of a rare limited portfolio by March Chagall. Produced at the

21 Nov '17-21 Jan '18

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Jewyo Rhii

Amanda Wilkinson Gallery

In this inaugural exhibition at Amanda Wilkinson Gallery, Jewyo Rhii presents a horizontal sculpture that echoes the shape of the vertical fence in

23 Nov '17-10 Feb '18

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Medardo Rosso: Sight Unseen and his Encounters with London

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

An exhibition of the works of Medardo Rosso (1858–1928), one of the founders of modern sculpture. Medardo Rosso: Sight Unseen and his Encounters

23 Nov '17-10 Feb '18

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Lee Bul: After Bruno Taut

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

One of the foremost contemporary artists in Korea today, Lee Bul creates works that reflect her philosophical exploration of the 20th-century

24 Nov '17-02 Feb '18

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Polly Apfelbaum: Dubuffet’s Feet My Hands

Frith Street Gallery

An exhibition of new works by Polly Apfelbaum. This exhibition is the latest in a series of installations that incorporate hand-woven carpets,

24 Nov '17-27 Jan '18

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Kehinde Wiley: In Search of the Miraculous

Stephen Friedman Gallery 1

Second exhibition at the gallery by internationally renowned American artist Kehinde Wiley entitled, ‘In Search of the

29 Nov '17-20 Jan '18

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Sophie Jung: Come Fresh Hell or Fresh High Water

Blain Southern

The second in Blain|Southern’s new series of exhibitions, collectively titled Lodger, its curator Tom Morton has invited the artist Sophie Jung

30 Nov '17-27 Jan '18

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Cedric Christie: Dagenham Opus

WBG London Projects

The inaugural exhibition at WBG London Projects on Tower Bridge Road is Dagenham Opus, a solo presentation of new and developing work by Cedric

01 Dec '17-10 Feb '18

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Monika Sosnowska Structural Exercises

Hauser & Wirth (London)

The exhibition features an entirely new body of work by Monika Sosnowska and is the artist’s inaugural exhibition in the gallery’s London

01 Dec '17-10 Feb '18

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski: Ian Moon

Hauser & Wirth (London)

Ziolkowski conjures an imaginary universe in which phantasmagoric imagery appears across diverse media including ceramics, sculptural reliefs and

01 Dec '17-03 Feb '18

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Secular Icons in an Age of Moral Uncertainty

Parafin

Taking its title from Nathan Coley’s eponymous grids of fairground lights, the exhibition brings together forms of image-making which – while

16 Dec '17-02 Feb '18

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Nomadic Gardens Winter Festival Exhibition

Queen's Park Nomadic Gardens

The Nomadic Gardens Winter Festival Exhibition is a chance to celebrate the Nomadic Gardens by exhibiting artwork that has responded to the unique

08 Jan '18-29 Jan '18

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Alan Davie: Abstracts

The Fine Art Society

An exhibition of works by Alan Davie (1920-2014), one of Britain’s most internationally acclaimed artists of the twentieth

09 Jan '18-23 Feb '18

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Latin American Works on Paper

The Mayor Gallery

A group show of seven Latin American artists who were either born there or moved to join in the exciting and revolutionary art movements happening

11 Jan '18-10 Feb '18

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History In The Making

Alan Cristea Gallery

‘History in the Making’ explores work by Pablo Bronstein, Gordon Cheung, Dexter Dalwood, Walton Ford, Paul Noble, Cornelia Parker,

12 Jan '18-03 Feb '18

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William Tillyer: Radical Vision works 1956 – 2017

Bernard Jacobson Gallery

William Tillyer: Radical Vision is the first of a series of exhibitions dedicated to British artist William Tillyer at Bernard Jacobson

13 Jan '18-03 Mar '18

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Darren Bader more or less with Anca Munteanu Rimnic, Michael E Smith and a cast of thousands

Sadie Coles (Davies Street)

Darren Bader’s third exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, more or less, revolves around ideas of exchange, authorship, and the boundaries of the art

15 Jan '18-28 Apr '18

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Rachel Adams, Right Twice a Day

Jerwood Space

Right Twice a Day is a new sculptural work by the Glasgow-based artist, Rachel

17 Jan '18-17 Feb '18

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Hans Hartung

Simon Lee Gallery

An exhibition of late paintings by pioneer of twentieth-century abstraction, Hans Hartung

18 Jan '18-25 Feb '18

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A Minute Ago

Zabludowicz Collection

A Minute Ago considers the idea of ‘a moment’ through artistic practice: how do we experience a single moment in time, and how do we process,

18 Jan '18-25 Feb '18

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Zabludowicz Collection Invites: Siobhan Coen

Zabludowicz Collection

Siobhan Coen reworks component parts of digital communication to examine visual perception and unconscious

18 Jan '18-21 Jan '18

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Intent Part Two

Cultivate at BSMT Space

Intent is a two-part art show in two places with both parts happening at the same time. Intent (Part One) is an online group show via the Cultivate

19 Jan '18-24 Mar '18

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Jules de Balincourt: They Cast Long Shadows

Victoria Miro Mayfair

Quiet, reflective and mysterious, new paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Jules de Balincourt continue an intuitive approach to image-making, where

19 Jan '18-31 Mar '18

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Crossroads: Kauffman, Judd and Morris

Sprüth Magers (London)

An exhibition of Craig Kauffman’s work displayed alongside his influences and contemporaries Donald Judd and Robert

19 Jan '18-24 Feb '18

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Juan Muñoz: Arenas

Skarstedt Gallery

An exhibition of important figurative sculptures by Juan Muñoz (1953 -2001). This will be the first opportunity to see a dedicated show of the

24 Jan '18-02 Mar '18

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Ian Giles: After BUTT

Chelsea Space

After BUTT is a new film by Ian Giles exploring the cultural and social legacy of BUTT magazine (2001-2011); a publication made by and for gay

26 Jan '18-10 Mar '18

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Minjung Kim

White Cube - Mason's Yard

A survey exhibition of works by Korean artist Minjung Kim at White Cube Mason’s Yard

26 Jan '18-08 Apr '18

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Giorgio Griffa: A Continuous Becoming

Camden Arts Centre

Abstract painter Giorgio Griffa, closely linked to the Arte Povera movement, first became known in the 1960s as part of an Italian generation of

26 Jan '18-06 Jun '18

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Emerald Winter Pride Art Awards Exhibition 2018: Beyond the Binaries

The House of St Barnabas

Selected Finalists for the Emerald Winter Pride Art Awards exhibit their

01 Feb '18-04 Feb '18

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Works on Paper Fair 2018

Royal Geographical Society

Works on Paper Fair is devoted to prints, watercolours, drawings and posters from every

02 Feb '18-24 Mar '18

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Jorge Pardo

Victoria Miro (Wharf Road)

An exhibition by the Mexico-based Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo comprising paintings and large-scale

07 Feb '18-20 May '18

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Yto Barrada Agadir

Barbican Centre

Working across photography, film, sculpture and more, Moroccan artist Yto Barrada draws on narratives of the bandit, magician, underdog and

07 Feb '18-08 Apr '18

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Andreas Gursky

White Cube - Bermondsey Street

Coinciding with his solo exhibition at the newly renovated Hayward Gallery in London, White Cube Bermondsey is showing German photographer Andreas

07 Feb '18-08 Apr '18

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Eddie Peake: Concrete Pitch

White Cube - Bermondsey Street

A solo exhibition by Eddie Peake, featuring new paintings, sculpture, installation and sound. Peake will be working and performing in the gallery

14 Feb '18-13 May '18

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Mark Dion: Theatre of the Natural World

Whitechapel Gallery

Explorer, collector, activist and conjurer of theatrical environments American artist Mark Dion (b.1961) has travelled through rainforests and

21 Feb '18-28 May '18

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Rachel Howard: Repetition is Truth — Via Dolorosa

Newport Street Gallery

An exhibition of work by British artist Rachel Howard (b.1969).

The show will be the first UK exhibition of Howard’s series of paintings,

21 Feb '18-28 May '18

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John Copeland: Your Heaven Looks Just Like My Hell

Newport Street Gallery

An exhibition of work by American artist John Copeland b The exhibition Your Heaven Looks Just Like My Hell will feature twenty-five paintings dating from

28 Feb '18-21 May '18

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Murillo: The Self Portraits

National Gallery

One of the most celebrated painters of the Spanish Golden Age, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo is well known for his religious paintings and his

28 Feb '18-27 Aug '18

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All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life

Tate Britain

All Too Human celebrates the painters in Britain who strove to represent human figures, their relationships and surroundings in the most intimate

28 Feb '18-27 May '18

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Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins

Barbican Art Gallery

Touching on themes of gender and sexuality, drugs and addiction, youth culture and minorities of all kinds, the show features the work of 20

01 Mar '18-20 May '18

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Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography

National Portrait Gallery

This major new exhibition brings together, for the first time, the works of four of the most celebrated figures in art photography, Lewis Carroll

05 Mar '18-21 Apr '18

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Source and Stimulus: Polke, Lichtenstein, Laing

Levy Gorvy

Source and Stimulus: Polke, Lichtenstein, Laing is an exhibition devoted to the Ben-Day dot. Featuring exceptional works by this legendary trio of

08 Mar '18-09 Sep '18

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Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy

Tate Modern

This is the first ever solo Pablo Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern. It will bring you face-to-face with more than 100 paintings, sculptures and

14 Mar '18-05 Aug '18

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Joan Jonas

Tate Modern

Hero to a generation of younger artists, Joan Jonas is a pioneer of performance and video who has pushed the boundaries of art for the last five

15 Mar '18-28 May '18

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Tacita Dean: Still Life

National Gallery

Explore still life through the lens of Tacita Dean, one of the genre’s leading contemporary

15 Mar '18-28 May '18

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Tacita Dean: Portrait

National Portrait Gallery

This major new exhibition will focus on Tacita Dean’s portraiture primarily through the medium of 16mm film. The exhibition will be the first

09 Apr '18-29 Jul '18

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Monet & Architecture: The Credit Suisse Exhibition

National Gallery

See the ‘Father of Impressionism’ in an entirely new way, in the first exhibition devoted to Monet’s relationship with

02 May '18-14 Oct '18

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Shape of Light 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art

Tate Modern

An exhibition looking at how photographers responded and contributed to the invention of abstract

19 May '18-12 Aug '18

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Tacita Dean: Landscape

Royal Academy of Arts

In the Royal Academy’s newly opened Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries, the internationally renowned visual artist and Royal Academician will

05 Jun '18-16 Sep '18

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Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One

Tate Britain

An exhibition exploring the impact of World War One on British, German and French

11 Jun '18-07 Oct '18

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Ed Ruscha: Course of Empire

National Gallery

See Ed Ruscha’s modern take on the cyclical nature of civilisation, evocative of Thomas Cole’s series of the same