Frieze Week London 2022 Plus Collateral Events And Exhibitions – Artlyst Guide 

Frieze 2022

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Welcome to the Artlyst Frieze Week 2022 printable pull-out Guide. This is our curated choice of events not to miss during the busiest week in the London Contemporary Art calendar. 

Our events guide is the go-to Frieze and Frieze week collateral crib sheet

We update it daily, adding new events as they ‘Pop-Up’! In addition, it includes information about the main fair and all of the satellite events launching the week of 12 October 2022. So please make sure you often return to find out more.

Frieze London and Frieze Masters take place from 12 to 16 October

Opening hours Please check your ticket or pass for your allotted time slot.
Wednesday Preview 12 October: 11am – 7pm (invitation only)
Thursday Preview 13 October – Saturday 15 October: 11am – 7pm
Sunday 16 October: 11am – 6pm 

The fair is held in The Regent’s Park, bringing together galleries from 42 countries to celebrate the city’s creative spirit. Developed by Eva Langret, Frieze London will feature over 160 world’s leading contemporary galleries. Frieze Masters, directed by Nathan Clements-Gillespie, will feature over 120 galleries, showing work from ancient to modern.

Eva Langret, Director of Frieze London, states, ‘This year’s fair promises to not only celebrate the cultural life of London but also showcase its global reach. Our participating gallery list reflects the city’s position as an international centre, bringing together some of the most exciting galleries, from major names to emerging spaces. In addition, our special sections of Focus and Indra’s Net will promote discovery and foreground some of the most exciting creative ideas shaping conversations on contemporary art today.’

Nathan Clements-Gillespie, Director of Frieze Masters, added: ‘2022 marks an exciting year for Frieze Masters as we celebrate the fair’s tenth anniversary and our launch in Seoul. This year the fair will deliver an unmissable mix of art from across six millennia of history, featuring some of the most loved figures and highlighting previously unknown talent. From Neolithic China to Nigeria in the 1960s, the opportunity for discovery is particularly evident in our special sections Spotlight, curated by Camille Morineau and AWARE, dedicated to pioneering women artists from the 20th century, and Stand Out, which returns under the guidance of Luke Syson.’

A strong lineup of galleries from across the globe will participate in Frieze London 2022, offering visitors the opportunity to encounter the work of some of the most influential artists working today and discover new names. Alongside the fair’s main section, Focus is devoted to galleries established in the last 12 years.

 The fair will again foreground new ideas shaping conversations about contemporary art today. Sandhini Poddar (Adjunct Curator at the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi) will curate this year’s special section, ‘Indra’s Net’, a term derived from Buddist and Hindu thought ethics of being in which an individual atom holds within it the structure of reality. Poddar refers to the idea akin to a vast bejewelled net: at every nexus, there is a reflective orb that mirrors and refracts every other orb in its entirety. Every part is held within the whole in a system of dependent origination. All sentient life is interconnected and interdependent; shifts to one atom subtly alter the rest.’

‘Indra’s Net’ will feature ten dedicated presentations and several cabinet-style displays throughout the fair’s central section.

Frieze Masters
Frieze Masters


Across the park, Frieze Masters will bring together six millennia of art – from rare antiquities to Old Master paintings to luminaries of the 20th century – creating a destination where visitors can discover art history anew. The much-celebrated Spotlight section of Frieze Masters will this year be curated by Camille Morineau (co-founder and Research Director of AWARE – Archives of Women Artists, Research, and Exhibitions) and the AWARE team and be dedicated to women artists. Returning from 2021, Frieze Masters will also feature the section Stand Outcurated by Luke Syson (Director of Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge), which will this year Focus on the idea of Global Exchange and bring together art objects from across the ages that are great works of Design, of sculptural and conceptual brilliance. Stand Out looks beyond hierarchical distinctions between works of art in different media and, in doing so, reconsiders art objects often termed ‘decorative’ or ‘functional.’



1 Mira Madrid, 47 Canal, VI, VII, Adams and Ollman, Christian Andersen, The Approach, Arcadia Missa (shared with Project Native Informant), Athr, Gallery Baton, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, blank, Marianne Boesky Gallery, The Breeder, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Carlos/Ishikawa, ChertLüdde, Sadie Coles HQ, Pilar Corrias, Galeria Vera Cortês, Corvi-Mora, Crèvecœur, Croy Nielsen, Thomas Dane Gallery, Dastan Gallery, dépendance, Don Gallery, Galerie Eigen + Art, Experimenter, Carl Freedman Gallery, Stephen, Friedman Gallery, Frith Street Gallery, James Fuentes, Gagosian, Gavlak Gallery, François Ghebaly, Goodman Gallery, Alexander Gray Associates, Grimm, Galerie Karin Guenther (shared with Kadel Willborn), Kavi Gupta, Hales, Hauser & Wirth, Herald St, Galerie Max Hetzler, High Art, Hollybush Gardens, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, Xavier Hufkens, Gallery Hyundai, Ingleby, Taka Ishii Gallery, Alison Jacques, Jhaveri Contemporary, Kadel Willborn (shared with Galerie Karin Guenther), Casey Kaplan, Karma, Sean Kelly, Tina Kim Gallery, König Galerie, Kendall Koppe, David Kordansky, Gallery, Galerie Krinzinger, Kukje Gallery, Simon Lee Gallery, Lehmann, Maupin, Galerie Lelong & Co., Josh Lilley, Lisson Gallery, Kate MacGarry, Maisterravalbuena, Matthew Marks Gallery, Victoria Miro, Modern Art, The Modern Institute, mor charpentier, Morán Morán, mother’s, tankstation, Nature Morte, Night Gallery, Galleria Franco Noero (shared with Sprovieri), Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, O.M.R., P.P.O.W., P420, Pace Gallery, Maureen Paley, Peres Projects, Perrotin, Project 88, Project Native, Informant (shared with Arcadia Missa), Proyectos Ultravioleta, Almine Rech, Thaddaeus Ropac, Lia Rumma, Ryan Lee Gallery, Esther Schipper, Seventeen, Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Jack Shainman Gallery, Sies + Höke, Société, Southard Reid, Sprovieri (shared with Galleria Franco Noero), Sprüth Magers, Stevenson, The Sunday Painter, Timothy Taylor, Rachel Uffner Gallery, Vadehra Art Gallery, Vermelho, Michael Werner, White Cube, Galerie Hubert Winter, David Zwirner

Frieze Focus
Frieze Focus


80M2 Livia Benavides, Gabriel Acevedo Velarde, Addis Fine Art, Selome Muleta, Nir Altman, Josephine Baker, Helena Anrather, Jennifer Carvalho, Blindspot Gallery, Trevor Yeung, Matthew Brown, Kenturah Davis, Company Gallery, Hayden Dunham, Women’s History Museum, Damien & The Love Guru, Emanuele Marcuccio, Derosia, Zoe Barcza, Edel Assanti, Marcin Dudek, Emalin, Daiga Grantina, Gianni Manhattan, Barbara Kapusta, Ginsberg, Daniel De La Barra, Green Art Gallery, Maryam Hoseini, Gypsum, Mahmoud Khaled, Hot Wheels Athens, Marina Xenofontos, Hua International, Rafael Domenech, In Lieu, Maren Karlson, Galerie Noah Klink, Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann, LambdaLambdaLambda, Tatjana Danneberg (shared with Dawid Radziszewski), Kiang Malingue, Nabuqi , Marfa’, Rania Stephan, Microscope Gallery, Peggy Ahwesh, Édouard Montassut, Hélène Fauquet, PM8 / Francisco Salas, Elena Narbutaitė, Dawid Radziszewski, Tatjana Danneberg (shared with LambdaLambdaLambda), Soft Opening, Rhea Dillon, Sweetwater, Jesse Stecklow, Sophie Tappeiner, Angelika Loderer, Temnikova & Kasela, Kaarel Kurismaa, Tiwani Contemporary, Joy Labinjo, Umar Rashid , Union Pacific, Agnieszka Polska, Gallery Vacancy, Michael Ho, Vitrine, Tarek Lakhrissi, Wschód, Joanna Woś


Borch Editions, Cristea Roberts Gallery, Knust Kunz Gallery Editions, Paragon | Contemporary Editions, S.T.P.I. – Creative Workshop & Gallery


 Cecilia Brunson Projects, Patricia Dominguez, Commonwealth and Council, Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio & Clarissa Tossin, Copperfield, Jamilah Sabur & Oscar Santillán, Jhaveri Contemporary, Muhanned Cader, Kerlin Gallery, Dorothy Cross, Lisson Gallery, Shirazeh Houshiary, Peana, Tomás Díaz Cedeño, Galerie Quynh, Tuan Andrew Nguyen, Saskia Fernando Gallery, Chandraguptha Thenuwara, Silverlens Galleries, Martha Atienza, Experimenter, Prabhakar Pachpute, Frith Street Gallery, Dorothy Cross, Grimm, Claudia Martínez Garay, Lehmann Maupin, Teresita Fernandez, Kate MacGarry, Goshka Macuga, Jack Shainman Gallery, Richard Mosse, Vermelho, Claudia Andujar

Frieze Masters


 David Aaron, Didier Aaron, ACA Galleries, Agnews, Almeida & Dale Galeria de Arte, Archeus / Post-Modern, Ariadne, ArtAncient, Emanuel von Baeyer, Bastian, Martin Beisly Fine Art, Berggruen Gallery, BorzoGallery (shared with The Mayor Gallery), Bowman Sculpture, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Prahlad Bubbar, Galleria Tommaso Calabro, Cardi Gallery, Castelli Gallery, Galerie Chenel, Stéphane Clavreuil Rare Books, Galleria Continua, Paul Coulon, (shared with Eykyn Maclean), Gisèle Croës – Arts d’Extrême Orient s.a.,, Daniel Crouch Rare Books, De Jonckheere, Charles Ede, Elliott Fine Art, Les Enluminures, Larkin Erdmann Gallery, Eykyn Maclean (shared with Paul Coulon), Peter Finer, Sam Fogg, Stephen Friedman Gallery, Thomas Gibson Fine Art, Richard Green, Garth Greenan Gallery, Grosvenor Gallery, Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books, Johnny Van Haeften, Peter Harrington, Hauser & Wirth (shared with Moretti Fine Art), Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, Tristan Hoare, Michael Hoppen Gallery, Paul Hughes Fine Arts (shared with Galeria MaPa), Gallery Hyundai, Lyndsey Ingram, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, Johyun Gallery, Annely Juda Fine Art, Kasmin, Tina Keng Gallery, Lampronti Gallery, Salomon Lilian, Lullo • Pampoulides, Luxembourg + Co., Yves Macaux (shared with Richard Nagy), Galeria MaPa (shared with Paul Hughes Fine Arts), Marlborough, Barbara Mathes Gallery, The Mayor Gallery (shared with Borzo Gallery), Mazzoleni, Michael Goedhuis, Van der Meij Fine Arts, Kamel Mennour, Maruani Mercier, Galleria Massimo Minini, Galerie Mitterrand, Amir Mohtashemi, Moretti Fine Art (shared with Hauser & Wirth), Richard Nagy, Helly Nahmad, Ambrose Naumann Fine Art, David Nolan Gallery, Gallery Wendi Norris, Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, Ortuzar Projects, Osborne Samuel Gallery, Artur Ramon Art, Robilant+Voena, Carlton Rochell Asian Art, Ronchini, Shapero Rare Books / Shapero Modern, Susan Sheehan Gallery, Shibunkaku, Skarstedt, Stair Sainty Gallery, Craig F. Starr Gallery, Tornabuoni Arte, Van de Weghe, Van Doren Waxter, Axel Vervoordt, Waddington Custot, Offer Waterman, Wildenstein & Co., David Zwirner


Ab-Anbar, Sonia Balassanian, acb, Margit Szilvitzky, Apalazzogallery, Lucia Marcucci (shared with Frittelli Arte Contemporanea), Galerie Bernard Bouche, Marthe Wéry, Cecilia Brunson Projects, Katie van Scherpenberg, Ceysson & Bénétière, Orlan, DAG, Madhvi Parekh, Dirimart, Fahrelnissa Zeid, Einspach Fine Art & Photography, Orshi Drozdik, England & Co, Anne Bean, The Gallery of Everything, Sister Gertrude Morgan, Henrique Faria, Susana Rodríguez (shared with Herlitzka + Faria), Eric Firestone Gallery, Pat Passlof, Galerie A&R Fleury, Geneviève Claisse, Frittelli Arte Contemporanea, Lucia Marcucci (shared with Apalazzogallery), Herlitzka + Faria, Susana Rodríguez (shared with Henrique Faria), Alison Jacques, Ljiljana Blazevska, Galerie Knoell, Dadamaino, kó, Nike Davies-Okundaye, Kukje Gallery, Wook-kyung Choi, Loeve&Co, Leonor Fini, Pace Gallery, Mary Corse, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, Sylvia Snowden, Almine Rech, Vivian Springford, Richard Saltoun Gallery, Romany Eveleigh, Stephenson art, Daniela Vinopalová, Cristin Tierney Gallery, Mary Lucier, Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Colette Brunschwig


Prahlad Bubbar * Gisèle Croës – Arts d’Extrême Orient s.a. * Peter Finer * Sam Fogg * Oscar Graf Oscar, Humphries Lullo • Pampoulides * Amir Mohtashemi * Raccanello & Leprince, Axel Vervoordt*

*Denotes Main section galleries participating in the Stand Out section as part of an extension of the section, this means that they will dedicate a part of their Main section booth to the section.

Frieze Week Collateral Events

PAD London

P.A.D. London – Berkeley Square

10-16 October 2022

Founded in 2007 by fourth-generation Parisian antique dealer Patrick Perrin, P.A.D. London is the only fair in the U.K. dedicated to 20th-century and contemporary Design. The week-long event takes place every October in Berkeley Square. P.A.D. London is the sister fair to P.A.D. Paris was launched in 1998 and took place every April in the Jardin des Tuileries.

P.A.D. fairs have become a byword for connoisseurship, exquisite taste and curatorial flair, showcasing the best in modern and contemporary Design, a permanent fixture on the two capital’s vibrant art and design circuits historical Design from the world’s leading galleries. With their distinct approach to collecting, P.A.D. fairs epitomize how artistic genres across time and periods interact to reveal great combinations and create the most individual and striking interiors.


Collectors Preview Monday 10 October, 11 am – 8 pm, V.I.P. Opening Tuesday 11 October 11 am – 8 pm

Public Opening Wednesday 12 October 11 am – 8 pm, Thursday 13 October, 11 am – 8 pm

Friday 14 October 11 am – 8 pm, Saturday 15 October 11 am – 8 pm, Sunday 16 October 11 am – 6 pm


Adult: £25 / Student: £15 / Free under 15

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Start Art Fair Saatchi Gallery 12-16 October 2022

Since its founding in 2014, StART art fair has helped to springboard the careers of many emerging artists from around the globe.

The fair features more than 70 emerging and established artists hailing from 25 countries, including South Africa, Ecuador, Portugal, Colombia, India, Austria, Korea, Thailand and Ireland, providing collectors and art enthusiasts alike the opportunity to discover the most exciting works from both established and developing global markets.


10 am Press preview (invitation only), 2–6 pm Collectors Preview (invitation only), 6–9 pm Private View

Thursday:11am-6pm, Friday:11am-7pm , Saturday: 11am-7pm, Sunday:11am-5pm

Tickets from £17

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African Art Fair

1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair – Somerset House

13-16 October 2022

Celebrating its 10th anniversary in London, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair return to Somerset House with its flagship edition over the course of four days from 13 – 16 October 2022 (Press & V.I.P. Preview on 13 October). 1-54 London 2022 will host 50 exhibitors across 21 countries, its most significant number of countries to date!

Of the 50 international exhibitors, 17 galleries are from the African continent, and 14 galleries will participate in the fair’s London edition for the first time.

V.I.P. preview 11:00 – 18:00 Thursday 13 October, Public opening hours, 10:00 – 19:00 Friday 14 October, 10:00 – 19:00 Saturday 15 October10:00 – 19:00 Sunday 16 October

Tickets from £25

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The Other Art Fair – Truman Brewery

13-16 October 2022

The Other Art Fair, presented by Saatchi Art, is the U.K.’s leading artist-led fair and returns to the Old Truman Brewery this October! The fair allows you to meet over 100 forward-thinking and inspiring emerging artists, discover 1000s of artworks suiting every budget and style, and get involved in the unique visitor features – it’s an art lovers’ dream!


Thursday 13 October 5 pm -10 pm, Friday 14 October 1 pm- 10 pm, Saturday 15 October 11 am – 7 pm, Sunday 16 October 11 am – 6 pm

Tickets From £8

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Richard Mosse: Broken Spectre

Richard Mosse: Broken Spectre 180 The Strand, London

Award-winning photographer Richard Mosse unveils his most ambitious project to date, presented by 180 Studios. Filmed in remote parts of the Brazilian Amazon, the immersive video installation Broken Spectre is the result of three years of documenting environmental crimes, using a range of scientific imaging technologies, seeking to overcome the inherent challenges of representing climate change to make visible the world’s most crucial yet ignored ecological warzone.

180 Studios, 180 The Strand, London WC2R 1 EA
Exhibition dates: 27 October – 18 December 2022

Kamala Ibrahim Ishag –Serpentine South

Serpentine presents a major exhibition of pioneering Sudanese artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishag (b. 1939) organised with Sharjah Art Foundation in collaboration with The Africa Institute. Ishag has forged a unique and expansive practice which is not defined by a singular style or movement. Her work embraces and expresses different earthly and spiritual landscapes and histories of Sudanese visual culture across many eras. The artist also roots her practice around subjects including women, spiritualism, Zar ceremonies, plants and stories from her mother and grandmothers in relation to how she has experienced them.

Serpentine South Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA
Exhibition dates: 7 October 2022 to 29 January 2023

Barbara Chase-Riboud: Infinite Folds – Serpentine North

Serpentine presents an exhibition featuring over 30 works by American-born visual artist, sculptor, novelist and poet Barbara Chase-Riboud. This is the artist’s first institutional solo presentation in the UK. With a career spanning over seven decades, Chase-Riboud’s innovation in sculptural technique and materiality is characterised by the interplay between folds of cast bronze and aluminium and coils of wool and silk which are knotted, braided, looped and woven. By combining materials with different qualities, such as hard versus soft, light against heavy, and tactile versus rigid, Chase-Riboud’s works lend an aesthetic consideration to the sculptural base and speak to the artist’s interest in creating forms that unify opposing forces.

Serpentine North Gallery, West Carriage Drive, London W2 2 AR
Exhibition dates: 11 October 2022 to 29 January 202

Hilma af Klint

Hilma af Klint – The Temple is produced by Acute Art @ KOKO

The Temple is a new virtual reality experience that invites visitors into the spiritual world of acclaimed Swedish artist and mystic, Hilma af Klint which will be premiered at KOKO in London during Frieze.

Hilma af Klint – The Temple is produced by Acute Art, world-leaders in art production in VR and AR, who have shown original works by many of today’s foremost artists including Marina Abramovic, Jeff Koons, Anish Kapoor, Natalie Djurberg and Olafur Eliasson. It is released by Stolpe.

The work is free and open to the public on Monday 10th October (11am – 6pm), Tuesday 11th October (10am – 7pm), Thursday 13th October (10am – 6pm).

Damien Hirst: The Currency – Newport Street Gallery, London

Burning Event: Tuesday 11 October. By invitation only

Damien Hirst will burn his own artworks from his first NFT Collection, The Currency on Tuesday 11 October 2022 during Frieze Week. The burning session will be the first to take place in the gallery and access will be by invitation only. The event will be livestreamed. Following this event, all the remaining 4,851 artworks to be destroyed will be burned at a specified time each day during the rest of the show until it closes. The Currency, which Damien Hirst launched with HENI in July 2021, is a collection of 10,000 NFTs which correspond with 10,000 original artworks by the artist. Collectors were given the choice to either keep the NFT or exchange it for the physical artwork. The exchange period closed on 27 July 2022 resulting in just over half the collectors, 5,149, deciding to keep the physical artwork, and 4,851 the NFT.

Newport Street Gallery, Newport Street, London SE11 6AJ
Exhibition dates: 23 September – 30 October 2022

Universal Everything: Lifeforms  180 The Strand, London

Digital art collective Universal Everything present their largest UK show to date at 180 Strand.Lifeforms will see a collection of characterful and futuristic moving image artworks inhabit the vast subterranean spaces of 180 The Strand, many using  technology to evolve and shift with time and interaction. Universal Everything use cutting edge digital technology to create soulful digital life and explore a wide range of human behaviours, as well as the natural world – from evolution, parades, and the dynamics of crowds, to the diversity of nature.

180 Studios, 180 The Strand, London WC2R 1 EA Exhibition dates: 12 October – 18 December 2022

Cork Street

West End Gallery HOP!  Spotlight on galleries in St James’s

The West End Gallery HOP!, presented in collaboration with Art of London, is back with the Autumn edition taking place Thursday 13 October.

Today they are spotlighting all of the exhibitions you’ll find in St James’s. To see the full list of participating galleries head to the event page, print a copy of the map, or just use google maps to discover where to go on Thursday. We’ll also be announcing curated trails over the next couple of days! 

London Gallery Exhibitions Listings During Frieze Week

Alison Jacques Gallery 16 Berners St W1 020 7287 7675

Veronica Ryan to 12 November

Amanda Wilkinson Gallery 1st Floor, 18 Brewer Street W1 020 3355 2416

Ketty La Rocca to 19 November

Annely Juda Fine Art 23 Dering St W1 020 7629 7578

Kwon Young-Woo to 29 October

Thomas Joshua Cooper to 29 October

The Approach 47 Approach Rd E2 020 8983 3878

Magali Reus to 16 Oct

APT Gallery 6 Creekside SE8 020 8694 8344

Seeing, Feeling, Forgetting to 9 October

Arebyte 7 Botanic Sq, London City Island E14

Hybrid to 17 December

Austin Desmond Pied Bull Yd WC1 020 7242 4443

Under Construction to 28 October

Auto Italia 44 Bonner Road E2

Natasha Tontey to 4 December

Barbican Silk St EC2 08451 216826

Carolee Schneemann to 8 Jan

Beers Contemporary 51 Little Britain EC1 020 7502 9078

Ksenia Dermenzhi to 29 Oct

Belmacz Gallery 45 Davies St W1 020 7629 7863

Duncan Grant to 23 December

Ben Brown Fine Arts 12 Brook’s Mews W1 020 7734 8888

Ghosts of Empires II to 22 October

Bloomberg SPACE 12 Walbrook EC4N 020 7330 7959

Mariana Castillo Deball to 14 Jan

Blyth Gallery Level 5 Sherfield Bldg Imperial College Exhibition Rd SW7 020 7594 9354

From The Dark Soil to 3 November

Bobinska Brownlee New River Tower Court, Canonbury Street N1 07866 063 663

Frances Richardson to 23 October

Cabinet 132 Tyers Street SE11 020 7820 0277

John Knight to 29 October

Camden Arts Centre Arkwright Rd NW3 020 7472 5500

Dani and Sheilah ReStack to 15 January

Forrest Bess to 15 January

Carl Kostyal 12a Savile Row W1 07549 949 350

Alexander Guy to 6 October

Cell Project Space 258 Cambridge Heath Rd E2 020 7241 3600

Cudelice Brazelton IV to 20 Nov

Chelsea Space 16 John Islip St SW1 07841 783129

From the Volcano to the Sea: Part II The Feminist Group Le Nemesiache in the 1970s and 1980s Naples to 2 December

Chisenhale Gallery 64 Chisenhale Rd E3 020 8981 4518

Nikita Gale to 16 October

Claas Reiss 96 Robert St NW1 7769 566 922

Oxbow to 16 October

Magnus Frederik Clausen to 22 Oct

Coleman Projects 94 Webster Rd SE16

Rachel Lumsden to 23 Oct

Corvi-Mora 1a Kempsford Rd SE11 020 7840 9111

John Lindell to 6 October

Courtauld Institute Somerset Ho 150 Strand WC2 020 7848 2526

Courtauld Connections: Works from our National Partners to 22 October

Cristea Roberts Gallery 43 Pall Mall SW1 020 7439 1866

Michael Craig-Martin to 5 November

David Zwirner 24 Grafton St W1 020 3538 3165

Andra Ursuţa to 29 Oct

Elizabeth Xi Bauer 15 Stratton St W1 020 3048 5220

Lucy Kumara Moore & Jo Spence to 5 October

Estorick Collection 39a Canonbury Sq N1 020 7704 9522

Luigi Pericle to 18 Dec

Fiumano Clase 40-41 Pall Mall SW1

Libby Heaney to 16 October

Fold 158 New Cavendish St W1 020 74368050

Thomas Langley to 8 October

Frith Street Gallery Golden Sq 17 Golden Sq W1 020 7494 1550

Nancy Spero to 5 November

Gagosian Davies St 17 Davies St W1 020 7493 3020

Tyler Mitchell to 12 November

Galerie Max Hetzler 41 Dover Street W1 020 7629 7733

Georg Herold to 5 Nov

Hales Gallery Tea Bldg 7 Bethnal Green Rd E1 020 7033 1938

Carolee Schneemann to 29 Oct

Herald St 2 Herald St E2 020 7168 2566

Joan Nelson to 5 November

JD Malat 30 Davies St W1 020 3746 6830

Ferus: A Visual Conversation to 8 October

Jerwood Space 171 Union St SE1 020 7654 0171

Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 4: Heather Agyepong and Joanne Coates to 10 December

Karsten Schubert 46 Lexington St W1 020 7734 9002

Paul Barlow to 15 October

Kate MacGarry 27 Old Nichol St E2 020 7613 0515

Chou Yu-Cheng to 22 October

Ken Art Space 16 Windmill Row SE11

Maria Chevska to 22 Oct

Kingsgate Workshops 110 Kingsgate Road NW6 020 7328 7878

Jennifer Martin to 15 October

This Has Travelled Through The Night To You to 15 October

Sara Sigurðardóttir to 15 Oct

Kristin Hjellegjerde 533 Old York Rd SW18 020 8875 0110

Nazir Tanbouli to 29 Oct

Large Glass 392 Caledonian Rd N1 020 7609 9345

Otto Volte Due to 15 Oct

Lisson Gallery 27 Bell St NW1 020 7724 3713

Olga de Amaral to 29 Oct

Lisson Gallery Lisson st 67 Lisson St NW1 020 7724 2739

Garrett Bradley to 29 October

London Transport Museum Depot Museum Way, London W3

London Transport Posters 2022

LUX Waterlow Park Centre N19

Bo Wang to 16 October

Lychee One 38-50 Pritchard’s Rd E2 07427 665369

Marlene Steyn to 16 Oct

Mamoth 3 Endsleigh St WC1

Deliverance to 29 October

Shadows to 29 October

Marlborough 6 Albemarle St W1 020 7629 5161

Juan Genovés to 29 Oct

Matt’s Gallery Nine Elms 6 Charles Clowes Walk SW11

Estate to 18 December

Maureen Paley 60 Three Colts La E2 020 7729 4112

Olivia Plender to 30 Oct

The Mayor Gallery 1st Fl 21 Cork St W1 020 7734 3558

Raimund Girke to 25 Nov

Michael Werner Gallery 22 Upper Brook St W1 020 7495 6855

You Can Go Home Again; You Just Can’t Stay to 4 November

Modern Art 4 Helmet Row EC1 020 7299 7950

Peter Halley to 5 November

The National Gallery Trafalgar Sq WC2 020 7747 2885

Winslow Homer to 8 January

Lucian Freud to 22 Jan

National Portrait Gallery St Martin’s Pl WC2 020 7306 0055

You are Here 2022 to 8 January

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art 11 Church St NW8 020 7724 5548

Group Show to 5 November

Peer 99 Hoxton St N1 020 7739 8080

Curved Space to 22 October

Peter von Kant 25 Tanners Hill SE8 7944 696343

Zully Mejia to 28 Oct

PM/AM 67 Great Titchfield St W1 07866 566040

Jamie Gray Williams to 11 October

Alessandro Fogo to 11 Oct

Matthew Eguavoen to 15 October

Sarah Lee to 15 October

The Residence 229 Victoria Park Rd E9 020 8985 0321

Corp to 23 October

Rosenfeld 37 Rathbone St W1 020 76371133

Introducing: Nuno Gil, Ziad Kaki, Dene Leigh, Lydia Makin and Ioana Maria Sisea to 6 October

Summer Exhibition to 6 October

Royal Academy of Arts Burlington Hse W1 020 7300 8000

Milton Avery to 16 October

Sadie Coles HQ Davies St 1 Davies St W1 020 7493 8611

Helen Marten to 29 Oct

Sadie Coles HQ Kingly St 62 Kingly St W1 020 7493 8611

Georgia Gardner Gray to 22 October

San Mei 39a Loughborough Rd, Myatts Field South SW9 020 7095 9771

Roxane Mbanga to 15 Oct

Seventeen 270 Kingsland Rd E8 020 7729 5777

Gabriele Beveridge to 29 Oct

Simon Lee Gallery 12 Berkeley St W1 020 7491 0100

Simeon Barclay to 27 November

South London Gallery 65 Peckham Rd SE5 020 7703 6120

Rene Matić to 27 November

South Parade Enclave 9, 50 Resolution Way SE8

Kenneth Winterschladen to 8 Oct

Southwark Park Galleries 1 Park Approach, Southwark Park SE16 020 7237 1230

Miko Veldkamp to 6 Nov

Sprüth Magers 7a Grafton St W1 020 7408 1613

Anne Imhof to 23 Dec

Stephen Friedman Gallery 25 Old Burlington St W1 020 7494 1434

Caroline Coon to 5 Nov

Anne Rothenstein to 5 Nov

Studio M 7 Playground Gardens E2

Paul P to 30 Oct

Studio Voltaire 1a Nelson’s Row SW4 020 7622 1294

House of Voltaire Presents Supergroup to 23 Oct

Ungentle to 8 Jan

Tate Britain Millbank SW1 020 7887 8825

Cornelia Parker to 16 Oct

Rosie Hastings & Hannah Quinlan to 7 May

Tate Modern Bankside SE1 020 7887 8000

Maria Bartuszová to 16 Apr

Thomas Dane 11 Duke St SW1 020 7925 2506

Bruce Conner to 12 Nov

Timothy Taylor Gallery 15 Bolton St W1 020 7409 3344

Victor Willing to 29 Oct

Victor Willing to 5 Nov

Union 94 Teesdale St E2 020 7739 9119

Charlie Oscar Patterson to 31 Oct

V&A Cromwell Rd SW7 020 7942 2000

Beatrix Potter to 8 Jan

Hallyu! The Korean Wave to 25 Jun

Van Gogh House 87 Hackford Rd SW9 020 7582 3777

Harold Offeh to 18 Dec

VO Curations 56 Conduit St W1

Joss Heierli to 29 Oct

Olukemi Lijadu to 29 Oct

Waddington Custot Galleries 11 Cork St W1 020 7851 2200

Bernar Venet to 12 Nov

White Cube Bermondsey 144 Bermondsey St SE1 020 7930 5373

Michael Armitage to 30 Oct

White Cube Mason’s Yard 25 Mason’s Yd SW1 020 7930 5373

Léon Wuidar to 8 Oct

Whitechapel Gallery 77 Whitechapel High St E1 020 7522 7878

Tracing Absence to 2 Jan

Out of the Margins: Performance in London’s Institutions 1990s – 2010s to 15 January

Workplace 40 Margaret Street W1

Cristian to 8 October

Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix 19 Goulston St E1 020 7247 1167

Nao Matsunaga to 12 Nov

Hybrid of Sorts/Hybrid of Thoughts to 12 November

Zabludowicz Collection 176 Prince of Wales Rd NW5 020 7428 8940

Shinuk Suh to 30 October

LuYang NetiNeti to 12 Feb

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