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RIBA, ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS

66 Portland Place, W1B 1AD
020 7580 5533

www.architecture.com
info@riba.org

Mon-Sat 10–5 (Tue open until 8pm); Sunday closed

undergroundOxford Circus undergroundGt Portland St / Regents Park


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FREESTYLE : ARCHITECTURAL ADVENTURES IN MASS MEDIA
Feb 26 - May 16, 2020
Through a mesmerising virtual reality experience, this new commission by multidisciplinary design studio Space Popular raises one of the most enduring concerns of architecture: the rise and fall of architectural styles.

FORMS OF INDUSTRY : PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALASTAIR PHILIP WIPER & ERIC DEMARÉ
Feb 26 - May 16, 2020
Bringing together contemporary photographs by Alastair Philip Wiper and archival images by Eric de Maré from RIBA’s Collections, this display offers a commentary on our changing attitudes to mass production and sustainability.

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RICHARD SALTOUN

41 Dover Street, W1S 4NS
020 7637 1225

www.richardsaltoun.com
info@richardsaltoun.com

Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5

undergroundGreen Park undergroundBond Street


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Click to enlargeANNEGRET SOLTAU : SPIDER
Feb 21 - Apr 2, 2020
Since the beginning of her career in the 1970s, Annegret SOLTAU has championed an experimental approach to art, challenging the conventional notions of representation through performance, photography and collage. While the focus of Soltau’s work never ventures far from the female body and its bodily processes, often incorporating images of herself, at the heart of her practice is an inexhaustible search for identity and meaning. The exhibition at Richard Saltoun will be Soltau’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, restaging works from her early years in post-war Darmstadt in Germany. Presenting works that examine themes of personal loss, identity, and transformation, the exhibition will include large-scale photo etchings, thread installations and archival works from the late 1970s and 80s.

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ROBILANT+VOENA

38 Dover St, W1S 4NL
020 7409 1540

www.robilantvoena.com
art@robilantvoena.com

Mon-Fri 10-6

undergroundGreen Park undergroundBond St

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Jan+Feb

ETTORE SPALLETTI
Feb 18 - Apr 16, 2020
Ettore Spalletti, was and still is revered in Italy and celebrated abroad as the ‘painter of light’. Born in 1940 in Cappelle sul Tavo, the artist began his career when Arte Povera was revolutionizing visual culture in Italy and beyond.

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ROCKET

4-6 Sheep Lane, E8 4QS
020 72548391

www.rocketgallery.com
js.rocket@btinternet.com

By appointment

undergroundBethnal Green London Fields


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RODEO

12 Bourdon Street, Mayfair, W1K 3PG
020 7439 9777

www.rodeo-gallery.com
info@rodeo-gallery.com

Tue-Sat 10-6 & by appt

undergroundBond Street undergroundGreen Park

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Click to enlargeSHAHRYAR NASHAT : BAD HOUSE
Jan 18 - Mar 21, 2020
This exhibition marks the beginning of a new era at Rodeo where the artists will be offered both locations to produce an exhibition spread across London and Piraeus. It coincides with the opening of the gallery’s new space on 12 Bourdon Street, London.

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ROMAN ROAD

69 Roman Road, E2 0QN
020 8981 7075

www.romanroad.com
info@romanroad.com

Wed-Fri 10-6, Sat 12-5

undergroundBethnal Green / bus 8 to Bow : (Stop K) Burnham Street


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Click to enlargeALEXANDER JAMES : LOOK WHAT THE CAT DRAGGED IN
Feb 9 - Mar 7, 2020
Roman Road is very pleased to present 'Look What The Cat Dragged In', a solo exhibition by British artist Alexander James. Featuring a collection of works spanning painting, collage, sculpture, video and works on paper, the exhibition takes visitors on a journey moving between a tangible reality and a digital existence. Through the artist’s varied and vibrant pieces, preparatory documents and sketches, the display guides viewers through his creative thought process, bringing together elements that inform his continued investigation and questioning of how the increasing digitalisation of the world intertwines and dwells within contemporary identities.

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GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC LONDON

Ely House, 37 Dover Street, W1S 4NJ
020 3813 8400

www.ropac.net
london@ropac.net

Tue-Sat 10-6

undergroundBond Street undergroundGreen Park


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HARUN FAROCKI & HITO STEYERL : LIFE CAPTURED STILL
Feb 6 - Apr 4, 2020
The first major posthumous exhibition of Harun Farocki’s work in the UK will show his seminal video and new media art installations alongside the work of Hito Steyerl

Click to enlargeMARC BRANDENBURG : SNOWFLAKE
Feb 6 - Apr 4, 2020
Marc Brandenburg's first UK exhibition, Snowflake will present a series of new drawings that explore the conditions of life at the fringes of society. Referencing Chuck Palahniuk’s 1996 novel Fight Club in the exhibition's title, Brandenburg addresses attributes that are increasingly the object of censure and ridicule in contemporary society: sensitivity, vulnerability, trauma, a lack of stamina, and the understanding of uniqueness as innate to all individuals. Larger-than-life scenes from a protest march are presented alongside smaller images of faceless figures – masked, heads bowed, or fully covered – severed from their surroundings and appearing cocooned or in free-fall amidst an expanse of undefined space.

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ROSENFELD

37 Rathbone Street, W1T 1NZ
020 7637 1133

www.galleryrosenfeld.com
press@galleryrosenfeld.com

Mon-Sat 11-6

undergroundGoodge Street undergroundOxford Circus

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Click to enlargeRICCARDO GUARNERI & QINGZHEN HAN : PAINTING THE INFINITE
Feb 27 - Mar 21, 2020
Private view Wed Feb 26 6.30pm - 8.30pm
rosenfeld is delighted to present a joint exhibition of Riccardo Guarneri and Qingzhen Han.

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ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS

Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BD
020 7300 8090

www.royalacademy.org.uk

Daily 10–6 (Fri 10–10)

undergroundPiccadilly Circus undergroundGreen Park


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ECO-VISIONARIES
Nov 23, 2019 - Feb 23, 2020 FINAL WEEK
From climate change to species extinction and resource depletion, the damaging effects of modern life are more tangible than ever. 'Eco-Visionaries' examines humankind’s impact on the planet and presents innovative approaches that reframe our relationship with nature. Through film, installation, architectural models and photography, the works in this exhibition interrogate how architecture, art and design are reacting to a rapidly changing world, beyond mainstream notions of sustainability.

PICASSO AND PAPER
Jan 25 - Apr 13, 2020
In January 2020, the Royal Academy of Arts will present Picasso and Paper, the most comprehensive exhibition devoted to Picasso’s imaginative and original uses of paper ever to be held. Bringing together over 300 works and encompassing Picasso’s entire prolific 80-year career, this ground-breaking exhibition will focus on the myriad ways in which the artist worked both on and with paper, and will offer new insights into his creative spirit and working methods.
Exhibition organised by the Royal Academy of Arts, London and the Cleveland Museum of Art in partnership with the Musée national Picasso-Paris.

Click to enlargeLÉON SPILLIAERT
Feb 23 - May 25, 2020
The Royal Academy of Arts will present the first monographic exhibition in the UK of Léon Spilliaert, a Flemish artist who remains surprisingly unknown outside of his native Belgium, where his work is widely admired and collected. Featuring some 90 works, the exhibition will provide a rare opportunity to view his intriguing and often mysterious work. As a young man Spilliaert was fuelled by existential angst, captured in a sequence of visionary self-portraits and atmospheric night-time scenes of his hometown, the North Sea resort Ostend. He moved to Brussels in 1920 and lived between the two cities for the rest of his life.

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ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS MUSEUM

11 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, NW1 4LE
020 3075 1539

history.rcplondon.ac.uk
history@rcplondon.ac.uk

Mon-Fri 9-5 (& until 8pm on the first Thur of the month)

undergroundGreat Portland Street, Regents Park 18, 27, 30, 205, 543, C2



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Click to enlargeUNDER THE SKIN : ANATOMY, ART AND IDENTITY
Oct 10, 2019 - Apr 3, 2020
Physicians, surgeons, artists and printers have developed diverse tools and techniques to represent the layers of the three-dimensional human form. Representing the body is also a question of power, exposing questions around identity and consent. Whose bodies are being used, and who controls how they are depicted?
 
Contemporary works by 14 artists are displayed alongside historical books and drawings from the RCP Museum collections offering reflections on medical representations of the human body.
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