Violence/Silence - 10-20 May 2018 - The Cello Factory, London.

What's On



06 Oct '17-13 May '18


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

15 Jan '18-28 Apr '18


Rachel Adams, Right Twice a Day

Jerwood Space

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

10 Feb '18-06 May '18


Actions: The image of the world can be different

Kettle's Yard

A group show featuring new and existing work by 38 artists. The exhibition follows a two-year redevelopment of the Cambridge

21 Feb '18-28 May '18


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

22 Feb '18-28 Apr '18

London Painters


London Painters brings together works by a small group of artists who have commonly been identified as the main proponents of the so-called

23 Feb '18-12 May '18


More Than Words …..


A group show exploring the use of text and the written word in the practice of major Post-War Italian

23 Feb '18-03 Jun '18

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2018

The Photographers' Gallery

The four artists shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2018 are Mathieu Asselin, Rafal Milach, Batia Suter and Luke

23 Feb '18-14 Jun '18


In the Future

Collyer Bristow Gallery

In this exhibition, 20 artists seek to track and to trace, creating repositories of knowledge that look both forward and back, that address

01 Mar '18-28 Apr '18

Matthew Day Jackson: Still Life and the Reclining Nude

Hauser & Wirth (London)

Matthew Day Jackson’s interdisciplinary practice explores a myriad of aspects of human experience and draws from sources that reveal both our

13 Mar '18-06 May '18


Art Capital: Art for the Elizabeth line

Whitechapel Gallery

Spectacular new public art commissions by British and international artists will be unveiled across London from December 2018. The Crossrail Art

15 Mar '18-02 May '18


Yuko Shiraishi: Floworld

Annely Juda Fine Art

Yuko Shiraishi. ‘Floworld’ presents three elements: a series of new paintings and two installations; ‘pass age’ and

15 Mar '18-02 May '18


Mania Akbari & Douglas White, Phil Coy & Frances Scott, Golden Family: Islands curated by The Russian Club

Annely Juda Fine Art

A group exhibition, Islands, curated by The Russian Club considering a selection of contemporary artists whose methods have become intertwined with

21 Mar '18-24 Jun '18


Known Unknowns

Saatchi Gallery

Known Unknowns showcases an international selection of artists, born between 1966 and 1990, from the Saatchi Gallery’s

22 Mar '18-08 Jul '18


Ericka Beckman

Zabludowicz Collection

In her first major solo exhibition in the UK, Zabludowicz Collection presents four seminal works from the Collection by American artist Ericka

22 Mar '18-08 Jul '18


Marianna Simnett

Zabludowicz Collection

British artist Marianna Simnett creates fable-like film, performance, sound and light installations that examine the sense of intimacy yet anxious

22 Mar '18-06 May '18


Rä di Martino: Poor Poor Jerry


Rä di Martino’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, Poor Poor Jerry, draws on the language of animation and film to develop an emotive,

23 Mar '18-27 May '18


Magali Reus: As Mist, Description

South London Gallery

London-based Dutch artist Magali Reus’s first major institutional solo exhibition in London comprises an entirely new body of work, framed by

23 Mar '18-05 May '18


Gabriella Boyd: Help Yourself

Blain Southern

For the fourth exhibition in Blain Southern s Lodger series the artist Gabriella Boyd has created a new series of paintings in which dream logic

06 Apr '18-12 May '18

Kiera Bennett: Studio Face

Charlie Smith London

Kiera Bennett continues her exploration of making paintings about the practice of painting, and the actions and emotions that accompany the

07 Apr '18-12 May '18


“Women Can’t Paint…” part one

Turps Gallery

A group exhibition featuring work by Roberta Booth / Jean Cooke / Stevie Dix / Jane Harris / Rosa Lee / Mali Morris / Hannah

10 Apr '18-12 Aug '18

Bumped Bodies

Whitechapel Gallery

A new display of work by 23 international artists which explores the relationship between the body, objects and the

10 Apr '18-20 May '18


Anne Hardy

Maureen Paley

This is the fourth solo exhibition at the gallery by Anne Hardy where she presents the UK debut of her new film Area of Overlapin a specially

11 Apr '18-16 Jun '18


Surface Work

Victoria Miro Mayfair

Taking place across Victoria Miro’s London galleries, this international, cross-generational exhibition is a celebration of women artists who have

17 Apr '18-19 May '18


Birgit Jürgenssen: Nocturnal Light

Alison Jacques Gallery

A solo exhibition of work by the Austrian artist Birgit Jürgenssen (1949-2003). The title Nocturnal Light is taken from one of the largest works

17 Apr '18-19 May '18


Matthias Bitzer: Sequences from a Volatile Now

Almine Rech Gallery

The exhibition consists of a series of new sculptural and wall works, which Matthias Bitzer conceives of as a cohesive installation of disparate

18 Apr '18-13 May '18


Solitary Pleasures

Freud Museum London

The exhibition includes work by Shannon Bell, VALIE EXPORT, Chantal Faust, Antony Gormley, Jordan McKenzie, Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, Emma

18 Apr '18-26 May '18


Wilhelm Sasnal: Sleep

Sadie Coles (Kingly Street)

For his 2018 exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, Wilhelm Sasnal presents a group of new paintings in which present-day reality, memory and art history are

18 Apr '18-16 Jun '18


Alvaro Barrington: A Taste of Chocolate

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Alvaro Barrington’s A Taste of Chocolate plays on the idea of chocolate, a product of Grenada, being a metaphor for dark brown skin and on its

19 Apr '18-24 Jun '18

Sadie Benning: Sleep Rock

Camden Arts Centre

For this exhibition, New-York based artist Sadie Benning has created over 20 new wall-based works that occupy a hybrid space between painting,

25 Apr '18-16 Jun '18


BOOM: art and industry in 1960s Italy

Tornabuoni Art

Taking as a starting point Vittorio De Sica’s 1963 film Il boom, the exhibition explores the relationship between post-war Italian art and the

27 Apr '18-30 Jun '18


Marküs Lupertz: Tent Paintings

Michael Werner

The exhibition is a rare opportunity to view key early works by this important

28 Apr '18-29 Apr '18


East Wing Biennial: Surge

The Courtauld Gallery

The student-led contemporary art exhibition of The Courtauld Institute of

28 Apr '18-26 May '18


Andreas Eriksson: Kria

Stephen Friedman Gallery 1

Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson’s third solo exhibition at the gallery entitled ‘Kria’. Eriksson is a painter who lives and works in

02 May '18-14 Oct '18


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

10 May '18-31 Aug '18


Suzanne Perlman: Catching the Ephemeral

Dutch Centre

A pupil of Oskar Kokoschka in the sixties, an exhibitor with Hendrikus Chabot, Corneille and Jan Sluijters among others, Suzanne Perlman (née

11 May '18-23 Jun '18


Richard Long: Circle to Circle

Lisson Gallery (27 Bell St)

A large new floor-based stone circle, Flint Wheel (2018) is at the centre of Richard Long’s latest exhibition in London, ‘Circle to

11 May '18-23 Jun '18


Mary Corse

Lisson Gallery (67 Lisson Street)

First gaining recognition in the mid-1960s, Corse is widely recognised for her innovative painting technique using materials which both capture and

12 May '18-04 Nov '18


The Future Starts Here

Victoria and Albert Museum

From smart appliances to satellites, artificial intelligence to internet culture, this exhibition will bring together more than 100 objects as a

17 May '18-20 May '18


Photo London 2018

Somerset House

Now in its fourth edition, Photo London has established itself as a world-class photography fair and as a catalyst for London’s dynamic

19 May '18-12 Aug '18


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


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


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

16 Jun '18-04 Nov '18


Frida Kahlo Making Her Self Up

Victoria and Albert Museum

This summer, the V&A will explore how Frida Kahlo (b. 1907), one of the most recognised and significant artists and women of the 20th century,

22 Jun '18-02 Sep '18


Dorothea Lange / Vanessa Winship

Barbican Art Gallery

The first UK retrospective of American documentary photographer Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) and first major UK solo exhibition in a public gallery