Bobinska Brownlee New River

38 Tower Court, Islington, London N1 2US

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07866 063663

Thu-Sat 2-6pm and by appointment

D J Roberts: Here and now

Final week
Until Jan 22
New paintings evoking the idea of a territory that feels dislocated and unfamiliar.

Rhiannon Inman-Simpson: A heavy tether

Private view Feb 5
Feb 4 – Feb 27
Visceral encounters between body and place: paintings exploring the bodily experience of an environment, the pictorial space of a painting and the space of written language

Camden Arts Centre

Arkwright Road, London NW3 6DG

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020 7472 5500

Tue-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 11am-5.30pm

Allison Katz: Artery

Until Mar 13
The London-based artist’s first institutional solo show in London.

Julien Creuzet – ‘Too blue, too deep, too dark we sank…’

Until Mar 13
As the second recipient of Camden Art Centre’s Emerging Artist Prize at Frieze, French-Caribbean artist Julien Creuzet (b. 1986 France) will present a new commission.

Gerald Moore Gallery

Mottingham Lane, London SE9 4RW

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020 8857 0448

Sat 10am-4pm and by appointment

'Tell us a story...'

Until Feb 19
Tell us a story...' is an exhibition celebrating storytelling through visual means, featuring works from emerging and contemporary illustrators and animators.

Stanley Picker Gallery

Kingston School of Art, Kingston University, Grange Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2QJ

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020 8417 4074

Thu, Fri, Sat by appointment.

The Decorators: Portal Tables

Until Feb 5
Portal Tables reflects on the paradoxical way in which the pandemic has both vilified microbes and prompted a renewed interest in homemade practices of nurturing microbial life.

Erika Tan: Barang-Barang

Feb 25 – Apr 22

Pamela Breda: Orders Of Signification

Until Jul 16
Orders of Signification (2021) was developed with larger research project The Quintessence exploring the visual imaginary of outer space and the construction of contemporary astrophysical knowledge.

Thames-Side Studios Gallery

Thames-Side Studios, Harrington Way, Warspite Road, Royal Borough of Greenwich, London SE18 5NR

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020 8301 8844

Thu-Sun 12-5pm

In Formation

Final week
Until Jan 23
A group of painters who met through the Turps Correspondance course of 2020/21.

Robert Hawkins

Private view Jan 28
Jan 29 – Feb 13
A solo exhibition of paintings, drawings, film and constructions by Thames-Side Studios-based Robert Hawkins.

Colour / Structure

Private view Feb 25
Feb 26 – Mar 13
Cedric Christie, Christopher Davies, Meg Shirayama, Sharon Hall


15 Bermondsey Square, London SE1 3UN

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07896 056400

Mon-Fri 6am-11pm, Sat 6am-10.30pm, Sun 6am-11pm

Closed now

A room in which many of the parts of our lives were placed

Private view Jan 22
Jan 23 – Mar 6
VITRINE presents the first London solo exhibition by Sunderland born, Leeds based artist Jill McKnight.

White Cube Mason’s Yard

25-26 Mason's Yard, London SW1Y 6BU

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020 7930 5373

Tue-Sat 10am-6pm

Wang Gongxin: In-Between

Jan 19 – Mar 12
13 new multimedia works by the Chinese artist (b. 1960)

Wysing Arts Centre

Fox Road, Bourn, Cambridge CB23 2TX

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01954 718881

Mon-Sun 12-5pm

Closed now

Caroline Wendling: Hypoteinousa

Jul 2 – Oct 1
Taking its title from the Greek word meaning ‘stretching under’, Hypoteinousa is a sound walk through Wysing’s rural landscape.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

West Bretton, Wakefield WF4 4LG

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01924 832631

Mon-Sun 10am-5pm

Closed now

Annie Morris: When A Happy Thing Falls

Until Feb 6
British artist Annie Morris' first UK solo museum exhibition, displaying a series of sculpture and tapestry.

Mark Hearld, Raucous Invention: The Joy of Making

Until Feb 6
An ambitious, bold, vibrant, and creative journey where Mark Hearld is exploring connections through collaboration and risk taking.

Rachel Kneebone: 399 Days

Until Apr 22
Rachel Kneebone's most ambitious sculpture to date set within the unique environment of the 18th-century Chapel.

Yukihiro Akama: Ki no ie

Feb 26 – May 29
Working from a furniture maker’s workshop in Huddersfield where he is surrounded by the natural world, Akama carves beautifully intricate miniature wooden houses, each from a single piece of wood.

David Nash: Full Circle

Feb 19 – Jun 5
David Nash has dedicated his artistic life to an evolving study of trees and wood. This exhibition in The Weston and Bothy Gallery is dedicated to his drawings and his creative partnership with YSP.

Silence – Alone in a World of Wounds

Until Sep 1
The Oak Project has launched its first artist commission, Silence – Alone in a World of Wounds, hosted at YSP, by artists Heather Peak and Ivan Morison.

The Summer of Love

Jun 21 – Sep 22
Taking inspiration from the Robert Indiana exhibition, the Summer of Love is a series of events and projects that celebrates human relationships, understanding and love between people.

Janine Burrows: Table to Tide: A Yorkshire Conversation

Jun 11 – Oct 23
A celebration of Yorkshire, including works across different media and a new limited edition screen print.

Samantha Bryan: The Adventure So Far

Sep 18 – Oct 23
Working from her garden studio in West Yorkshire, the designer, maker and illustrator Samantha Bryan creates a delicate, humorous yet industrious species of fairy.

Jaume Plensa: In small places, close to home

Jun 18 – Oct 30
In collaboration with the Picasso Museum, Antibes, YSP presents two complementary installations of drawing by Jaume Plensa.

Robert Indiana: Sculpture 1958-2018

Mar 12 – Jan 8 2023
YSP presents a dynamic selection of sculpture, painting and prints spanning 60 years of Robert Indiana’s career. The first European museum exhibition of sculpture by an exceptional American artist.

Annie Montgomerie: Hand Me Downs

Nov 5 – Feb 26 2023
Annie Montgomerie’s work relates to childhood and the emotions intertwined in that stage of life.

Damien Hirst

Until May 31 2023
Four major sculptures by Damien Hirst in the 18th-century Country Park.

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