All Art and Events
Throughout the Gallery works of art offer a space for contemplation, discussion or just sitting down.
Myth and Mystery
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
Explore rarely-seen sculptures reflecting the artist’s fascination with classical myth and legend.
Who distinguishes light from dark
First solo exhibition by Ariel Reichman in the UK.
108 Rosebery Avenue
Window installation. View from the street only.
“Back To Black”
StolenSpace proudly announces our inaugural solo exhibition with French stencil artist, C215.
An exhibition of new drawing, sculpture and film by Dutch artist Erik van Lieshout.
The Basement Gallery East London
Photographer Debbie Carlos.
Heads May Roll
For his first solo commission at Matt’s Gallery, Benedict Drew presents a large-scale installation.
The Shape of Things
Scott Carter Solo Exhibition.
Pre-Owned: Looks Good Man
Cell Project Space
Pre Owned: Looks Good Man is a group exhibition inspired by the ephemeral networks of association and meaning.
Control: Stephen Willats. Work 1962–69
Curious Duke Gallery
Having relocated only a few doors down to 173 Whitecross Street, CDG will be showcasing the best that surreal a...
Unsung: Alternative Icons
An interactive antidote to the over produced and over sexualized female artist.
Time = Change
An exhibition celebrating Women’s History Month.
ADAPTATIONS / A solo show by Kid Acne
The Graffiti Life Gallery
Adaptations is a solo exhibition by UK Street Artist, Kid Acne.
HADA Contemporary is delighted to present first UK solo exhibition by Chung Heeseung.
Erik van Lieshout
Erik van Lieshout’s first solo exhibition at the gallery
Symbols and Transformations: Daniele Pozzi
The Mile End Art Pavilion
Daniele Pozzi - born in Milan in 1975, graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts
A collaboration between Transition Gallery and Weekend gallery L.A.
The Rag Factory
Launching our curatorial platform, Paragraph, by exhibiting 14 young, emerging artists.
An exhibition of contemporary paintings by Matthew Krishanu and Cara Nahaul that explore contrasting notions of...
The Aura of Boxing
New photographic study into the aesthetic and moral conflicts of the boxer by Max Kandhola
Gallery S O
Hans Stofer presents a series of three-dimensional collages; the tension and balance between string and object ...
St John on Bethnal Green
Site-specific installation by Linda Toigo
A showcase of contemporary woodcut/linocut prints, featuring local & international artists: Victoria Browne, Um...
Nothing is Everything
An exhibition of works by Byron Pritchard curated by Tendai Davies
Footsteps of Chaos amid Order
Vyner Street Gallery
Paintings by Andres Koort
Club of Friends - Timur Novikov’s New Artists and the New Academy
Visions of Dr. H
An exhibition dedicated entirely to portraiture of Dr. Huxtable.
Jake Wood-Evans - New Paintings & Henry Moore - Print Works
X-POSÉ: Material and Surface
An extraordinary exhibition of XOGRAMS by Hugh Turvey Artist in Residence at The British Institute of Radiology
The Ekistics and Ikebana Observatory
Meet the artists during the exhibition opening, 6th of March at 7pm. Free entry.
13 artists intervene, intercept and interpret 100,000 sq ft of empty office space
Hundred Years Gallery
“Shifting Perceptions”: a joint exhibition by Nicholas Vaughan and Yu-Chen Wang
Hannah Höch was an artistic and cultural pioneer. A member of Berlin’s Dada movement in the 1920s, she was a...
French Algerian artist Kader Attia’s (b. 1970) immersive, multi-media installation gives us a glimpse of infi...
Stephen Willats: Concerning Our Present Way of Living
English conceptual artist Stephen Willats (b.1943) pioneered socially interactive and community engaged art in ...