The Summer Exhibition will present a showcase of artists from the gallery based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
A solo exhibition of work by Peybak, the “unified duo” of Iranian artists Peyman Barabadi and Babak Alebrahim Dehkordi.
An exhibition featuring the work of four contemporary and modern artists from their gallery programme; Sonia Balassanian, Majid Fathizadeh, Mohsen Vaziri Moghaddam, and Timo Nasseri.
Black Box Projects will present its first solo exhibition of photographs by Joni Sternbach in the United Kingdom, taken from her most recent series SURFBOARD.
Highly Strung is a durational body of work, which explores notions of motherhood, domesticity and the invisibility of a woman’s labour.
A solo presentation of photography and drawings by German artist Fiona Ones.
A presentation of works from Middle Eastern artists Sophia Al Maria, Anuar Khalifi and Sara Naim.
Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde
Gallery Isabelle Van Den Eynde will exhbit their first solo presentation of work by Saudi artist Manal AlDowayan.
Lawrie Shabibi is pleased to present a solo exhibition of Mohamed Ahmed Ibrahim (1962) with a focus on his black and white paintings and papier-maché works
For her first solo exhibition with Tabari Artspace Maitha Abdalla has produced a body of work across varied mediums which interrogates the gravity and uncertainty of the in-between years of adolescence.
In its first-ever exhibition abroad, Abu Dhabi Art will present commissioned works created in 2020. Their works will be shown alongside presentations of UAE-based galleries Tabari Artspace, Lawrie Shabibi, Third Line Gallery and Isabelle Van Den Eynde across five galleries.
ammann // projects will be hosting book signings for Hélène Binet’s, “The Walls of Suzhou Gardens: A Photographic Journey”.
Black Box Projects will introduce artist Victoria Marques Pinto with her debut solo exhibition in the United Kingdom, Imminent Impressions. Through her mixed-media landscapes, Marques Pinto explores and emphasises the human impact on the natural world.
An exhibition bringing together five influential female artists whose work offers a nuanced understanding of the female gaze.
Spread across nine spaces and 4 buildings, the Royal College of Art will present their annual Painting and Sculpture Degree Show, comprising work from their 2021 cohort of students.
The presentation will include key artists of the gallery’s 2020 and 2021 programmes; David Batchelor, Andrew Cranston, Kevin Harman, Marine Hugonnier, Callum Innes, Garry Fabian Miller, Lorna Robertson, Caroline Walker and Frank Walter.
23 Jun – 27 Jun
A group exhibition featuring four Ruskin School of Art 2020 MFA Graduates; Haffendi Anuar; Amy Bernstein; Sam Blackwood and Laura Hindmarsh. Works range from painting, works on paper, sculpture and performance.
An exhibition of work by gallery artists including Anne Magill.
Gray M.C.A Gallery presents an exhibition of colour dynamic modernist textiles.