Clifford Chance Celebrates Pride With New London LGBTQ+ Art Exhibition

Clifford Chance celebrates Pride with an international series of exhibitions showcasing the work of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) and supported artists at its offices in Amsterdam, Dusseldorf London, Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Washington D.C., Sydney, Perth, Tokyo and Singapore.

26 June 2019

Queer Frontier ARTIQ Hiscox

Queer Frontiers

ARTIQ and Hiscox join forces to launch the 2019 edition of Queer Frontiers.

04 July 2019 - 10 July 2019

Thursday 4th July: 10am-5pm Friday 5th July: 10am-5pm Saturday 6th July: 3pm-5pm (Pride party) Sunday 7th July: 10am-5pm Monday 8th July: 10am-5pm Tuesday 9th July: 10am-5pm Wednesday 10th July: 10am-3pm

ARTIQ & Hiscox, 8-10 Brewer Street London W1F OSE, ,


Arcus Pride 2019 Clifford Chance

Arcus Pride Art 2019: Diversity

For the 2019 Arcus London Pride show at Clifford Chance curator Michael Petry wants to show the diversity of LGBTQ+ work being made in the UK.

17 June 2019 - 19 July 2019

by appointment

Clifford Chance LLP, 10 Upper Bank Street, London, E14 5JJ, ,


Lola Flash Autograph


Working at the forefront of genderqueer visual politics for more than three decades, photographer Lola Flash’s work challenges stereotypes and gender, sexual, and racial preconceptions.

26 April 2019 - 17 August 2019

Tues-Wed 11am-6pm Thursday 11am-9pm Friday 11am-6pm Sat 12-6pm

Autograph ABP, Rivington Place, London, EC2A 3BA


Museum of Transology

Museum of Transology Launched To Celebrate Brighton’s LGBTQ Residents

This summer Brighton Museum launches Be Bold, a series of collaborative events and exhibitions funded by Arts Council England and programmed in partnership with Brighton & Hove’s LGBTQ communities. The exhibitions aim to reflect the experiences of the city’s LGBTQ residents and begin with the acclaimed Museum of Transology.

7 June 2017


Marlene Dumas Displays Oscar Wilde And Lover Bosie Portraits At NPG

I am me

To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexual behaviour in England and Wales, the National Portrait Gallery is running a year-long season of displays and events examining wider issues of representation, gender and sexuality and the way in which art and portraiture explore and question ideas about identity.

29 March 2017 - 30 October 2017

see website

National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place, London, WC2H 0HE