Jack Noel’s London Boroughs
This exhibition in one of the Portman Estate’s most popular coffee shops is the latest in a series of month-long London-inspired shows by local artists. It features limited edition framed prints of the twelve inner London boroughs by Jack Noel, a talented young book illustrator and designer.
The Borough Barista, 60 Seymour Street
The Borough Barista Art Fair
This month-long exhibition in one of St James’s most popular coffee shops kicks off with an evening preview party on the 11th December of contemporary wall art at ‘present’ prices!
The Borough Barista, 15 Charles II Street
This autumn Waddington Custot Galleries will devote a comprehensive solo show to the Italian artist Fausto Melotti (1901-1986).
Waddington Custot Galleries
Until Friday 20th December 2013, daily except Sunday Read more...
The Moving Museum: Open Heart Surgery
The exhibition brings together some of London’s most urgent artistic voices, contextualizing their approaches and identifying a new direction of art in a climate of rapid change.
Until Sunday 15th December 2013, daily except Monday Read more...
'Stacked' by Pia Wüstenburg
William Benington Gallery London is delighted to present a curated
selection of Pia Wustenberg’s exceptional Stacking Vessels. Consisting
of all new work including the largest pieces she has produced to date,
Stacked will be Pia’s first solo exhibition and the first exhibition
to engage with the pieces as sculptural objects.
William Benington Gallery
'Tomorrow', Elmgreen & Dragset
Elmgreen & Dragset have taken over five rooms of the V&A and turned them into a decaying but grand townhouse. Make yourself at home and relax with a good book to discover who lived there and what's happening to the place in this work of great scope, humour and layered detail.
Victoria and Albert Museum
+100 The London Group today
+100 The London Group Today is a unique exhibition that connects Britain’s leading contemporary artists to their historical counterparts.
The Cello Factory
Adam Chodzko: Room for Larrni, Image Moderator
Adam Chodzko’s first solo exhibition at Marlborough Contemporary explores his ongoing interest in the “space between us”, between remoteness and intimacy, public and private space, through the interweaving of documentary and fiction.
Marlborough Fine Art
Until Saturday 21st December 2013, daily except Sunday Read more...
An excellent selection of works at Sir John Soane's Museum brings out the depth and range of Alan Sorrell's career and raises the question of whether he has been overlooked within the English Neo-Romantic movement.
Sir John Soane's Museum
Until Saturday 25th January 2014, daily except Sunday, Monday Read more...
An American in London: Whistler and the Thames
Dulwich Picture Gallery's exhibition of Whistler's work during his period in London shows the influence of the city and the Thames on his outstanding riverscapes and etchings.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Until Sunday 12th January 2014, daily except Monday Read more...
A unique retrospective at the Hayward takes a chance on a haunted artist – Ana Mendieta –whose life and death, like her work, defy categorisation.
Anna Barriball’s practice focuses on everyday objects and often steps between the parallel languages of drawing and sculpture. She deals with contrasting ideas such as surface and depth, positive and negative, intention and accident.
Frith Street Gallery
Until Saturday 21st December 2013, daily except Sunday, Monday, Saturday Read more...
Antiquity Unleashed: Aby Warburg, Durer and Mantegna
Running alongside The Young Dürer exhibition at the Courtauld Gallery is a small show dedicated to Aby Warburg and the light he shed on Durer's influences. This was a vital moment in art history and one that has transformed how we think about images – if only the Courtauld had engaged with the ideas on a deeper level.
Architecture of War
The Imperial War Museum partially reopens with an exhibition of war painting and photography, Architecture of War. Curating works of art from the IWM's collection around the subject of architecture and space is a bold decision, and one that works well to show how war can shape or devastate buildings and urban landscapes.
Imperial War Museum
Art for Ark's Sake Exhibition
Art for Ark's Sake - an exciting art exhibition showcasing works from both established and emerging artists as well as original signed artwork from a host of well-known celebrities.
The Original Gallery
Art for the Nation
Art for the Nation brings together 200 of the finest of over 4000 paintings in the Museum’s care, under the roof of the Queen’s House – the Museum’s showcase for art.
Queen's House, Greenwich