In December 2017, artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen (b. 1969, London, UK) made an artwork in response to the fire that took place earlier that year on 14 June at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, West London.
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This exhibition follows the romance and radicalism of the Rossetti generation, through and beyond the Pre-Raphaelite years: Dante Gabriel, Christina and Elizabeth (née Siddal).
Monday to Sunday 10.00–18.00
The Corpsing Pictures by Gilbert & George are the most profoundly personal and confrontational pictures they have ever created.
Gagosian presents Rites of Passage at the Britannia Street gallery. Curated by Péjú Oshin, this exhibition features work by nineteen contemporary artists who share a history of migration.
The exhibition will showcase works by the ‘geometry of fear’ group of post-war sculptors who were influenced by trail-blazing artists such as Germaine Richier and Alberto Giacometti.
Mon – Fri 10:00-5:30 Saturday 10:00-4:00
Marking her first major print project and her first exhibition with Cristea Roberts Gallery, Lubaina Himid has made twenty-four hand-painted screenprints
Tuesday - Friday: 11am - 5.30pm Saturday: 11am - 2pm
Stephen Friedman Gallery presents an exhibition by Grenada-born British artist Denzil Forrester. The show includes new paintings and a separate survey of works on paper from the past forty years.
Tuesday–Friday, 10am–6pm. Saturday, 11am–5pm.
Coinciding with Portraits of Dogs: From Gainsborough to Hockney (29 March–15 October 2023), the major exhibition exploring the unique relationship between dogs and humans, this special one-room display celebrates through photographs the unique connection The Queen had with corgis throughout her life.
daily from 10.00–17.00
Discover the Black artists from the Southeastern United States who created some of the most spectacular and ingenious works of the last century.
Tues–Sun: 10am–6pm Fri: 10am–9pm
Explore a period of great upheaval when artists broke with established tradition and laid the foundations for the art of the 20th and the 21st centuries.
daily 10am–6pm and Friday until 9pm
This exhibition looks again at one of the best-known faces in the National Gallery: Quinten Massys’s 16th-century depiction of an old woman, a painting known as ‘The Ugly Duchess’.
daily 10am–6pm and Friday until 9pm
Anthony Caro (1924–2013), widely regarded as one of the 20th century’s most influential sculptors, is the subject of Pitzhanger’s spring exhibition, opening on what would have been his 99th birthday.
Wednesday 10.00 am – 5.00 pm Thursday 10.00 am – 7.00 pm (free from 5 pm) Last Thursday of the month 10.00 am – 8.30 pm (free from 5 pm) Friday 10.00 am – 5.00 pm Saturday 10.00 am – 5.00 pm Sunday 10.00 am – 5.00 pm (free for local residents until 12.30 pm)
Annely Juda Fine Art presents the exhibition: Caro and Music. A curated selection of works by Anthony Caro (1924-2013)
Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm Saturdays 11am - 5pm
Presenting nine paintings executed between 1976 and 1986, the exhibition highlights iconic series which came to define the final and one of the most prolific decades of the Warhol’s oeuvre.
Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Haroon Mirza presents a solo exhibition of new works, entitled |||, forming a constellation of installations around the so-called ‘Holy’ or ‘Divine’ frequency of 111 Hz, which provides a sonic bathing experience that permeates the gallery spaces.
Tuesday – Saturday: 11:00am – 6:00pm
To celebrate the centenary of his birth, Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents an exhibition of paintings, drawings, and prints by the great American painter Sam Francis (1923 – 1994).
Monday - Friday: 10am - 6pm Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Maureen Paley presents a new exhibition Dinge Weltweit by Köln based artist Behrang Karimi.
This will be his second exhibition with the gallery and his first solo presentation across our two London spaces.
Wednesday – Sunday, 11 am – 6 pm