21 - 30 Apr
York Open Studios 2017
Explore the hidden corners of York this April when over 100 artists and craftspeople open up their studios as part of the 2017 York Open Studios event.
21 Apr - 2 Jun
The Foundry Gallery
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17 - 22 Apr
Fabric of Vision
The Coningsby Gallery
A solo show of drawings and paintings from around the world. Australian heat, Italian Lakes and blustery Cumbrian wind and rain have provided inspiration for this ravishing, eloquent and diverse body of work.
16 Apr - 16 May
London Arts Board
Painting by Joshua Armitage on display at London's smallest open air art gallery, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
15 Apr - 7 May
Lubomirov / Angus-Hughes
Paintings are viewed in a moment and then slowly unfold along different timelines as we continue to look and before they are hung in our memories.
14 Apr - 31 May
Of Cabbages and Kings
An exhibition of original artworks and limited edition prints by Adam Bartlett.
13 - 29 Apr
Connections to the Mind
The Library at Willesden Green
The exhibition displays 20 works of abstract art, whose purpose is to touch the audience and foster many sensations through the use of colours and shapes.
13 Apr - 12 May
Russell West Solo Exhibition
The Woolff Gallery is delighted to announce a presentation of new artworks from Russell West. This will be the artists third solo show at Woolff Gallery.
13 - 29 Apr
Class Room would like to invite you to a new exhibition of recent works on paper by the painter Kiran Samra. These works emerge from the dual process of looking and making, she has begun to develop a personal vocabulary, that is in part informed by her memories of travelling.
12 Apr - 26 Apr
Drawing Biennial 2017
Save the Date! Exhibition & online auction of over 200 unique works on paper
11 Apr - 22 Apr
Kristian Day presents - Love Peace and Happiness
Kristian Day, in collaboration with Paintings in Hospitals, presents Love Peace and Happiness. Featuring Kiera Bennett, George Little, Phil Root, Anthony Banks, Nicholas Johnson, Gwennan Thomas, Nick Jensen, Fiona Curran and Jackson Sprague.
11 - 28 Apr
Linear Edge, Vanessa Gardiner
Linear Edge reveals the inspiration behind Dorset artist, Vanessa Gardiner’s chosen subject; the coastal beauty of the Scotland, England and Ireland
8 Apr - 13 May
Twenty Twenty Gallery
Painter and printmaker Angela Harding is exhibiting new paintings and recent prints. Also featuring Maggie Hobbs, Gemma Rees and Cathy Newell Price.
7 Apr - 13 May
Inspired by this psychogeographic poetry of place, Transition Gallery, a Regent Studio resident since 2006, has commissioned a group of artists to make contemporary responses, to long forgotten histories.
7 Apr - 2 Jun
Peter Dreher. Day by Day, Good Day
The Mayor Gallery
Peter Dreher’s work demonstrates what Aristotle described as praxis – performing an activity for its own sake.
7 Apr - 25 Apr
Recognised for their vivid compositions and Retro Futuristic animal portraits, Berlin based duo Low Bros Present ’Wired’; the next chapter exploring social and individual Identity in a digital age.
7 Apr - 11 Jun
Erik van Lieshout: Three Social Works
South London Gallery
This show brings together works that draw on socio-political observations, marginalised identities and the role of the artist in society.
7 Apr - 6 May
UNDERNEATH - an all-female group show
Lawrence Alkin Gallery
Exclusively curated by ArtLeadHER for Lawrence Alkin Gallery, UNDERNEATH is a visually poetic journey through the eyes of the international woman, featuring 11 female artists from across the globe.
7 Apr - 25 Jun
Jonathan Baldock. My biggest fear is that someone will crawl into it
Jonathan Baldock's commission for SPACE, My biggest fear is that someone will crawl into it, transforms the building's façade into a grotesque face with ceramic eyes, a protruding tongue, and teeth fringing the doorway.
7 Apr - 21 May
What the frog’s eyes no longer tell the frog’s brain
David Burrows presents images, assemblages, animations, sound and video referencing two cybernetic-cult classics: What the frog’s eyes tells the frog’s brain (1968) by Lettvin, Maturana, McCulloch & Pitts and the ‘Get a Mac’ (Mac v PC) advert campaign by TBWA/Media Arts Lab (2006 to 2009).
7 Apr - 5 May
Here & Near
ASC gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by London-based Michael Cox, in his first solo exhibition in London.
7 Apr - 14 May
LOOK/17 Liverpool International Photography Festival
LOOK/17, Liverpool’s biennial International Photography Festival returns this spring, in its tenth year, exploring Cities of Exchange.
31 Mar - 24 Jun
Mother River by Yan Wang Preston
Mother River is a photographic odyssey taking the viewer on a journey along the entire length of the Yangtze, often known as China’s Mother River.
24 Mar - 11 Jun
FORMAT: AHEAD STILL LIES OUR FUTURE
FORMAT17's central exhibition curated by Hester Keijser and Louise Clements.
22 Mar - 22 Apr
David Ferrando Giraut - The Accursed Stare
For his first solo exhibition at Tenderpixel, he presents two interconnected projects which spring from his ongoing research on humans’ relation with images throughout history.
15 Feb - 11 Jun
Wolfgang Tillmans. 2017
From intimate still-lifes and portraits, to images that address vital political issues, explore the photographs of this groundbreaking artist.
4 Feb - 30 Apr
The Place Is Here
A major survey of painting, sculpture, film and archives, bringing together works by more than 25 artists associated with the Black Arts Movement.
28 Jan - 4 Jun
Keith Tyson Turn Back Now
Jerwood Gallery is delighted to welcome Turner Prize Winner (2002) Keith Tyson to the gallery in January to launch our 2017 exhibition programme.
28 Jan - 23 Apr
Meditations on the Anthropocene
Meditations on the Anthropocene continues an ongoing relationship between London’s Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall (BGV) and IC-98, the artists that represented Finland at La Biennale di Venice, 2015.
28 Jan - 23 Apr
Volker Eichelmann: On Peacock Island (featuring Stephen Tennant)
Focal Point Gallery
Focal Point Gallery is pleased to present ‘On Peacock Island’, the first major solo exhibition of the German artist Volker Eichelmann. The exhibition features a series of new work by the artist, incorporating a curated display of drawings by Stephen Tennant.
28 Jan - 29 Apr
Art at the Heart of Bluecoat
This exhibition explores the central role of art at Bluecoat, which started over a century ago, through key personalities, exhibitions and organisations that found a home here, contributing to the unique history of the UK’s oldest arts centre.
25 Jan - 23 Apr
Future Shock: 40 Years of 2000 A.D.
The Cartoon Museum
21 Jan - 2 Apr
Brick Wonders - Ancient, Modern & Natural Wonders made in LEGO® bricks
The Harley Gallery
Warren Elsmore has recreated the Seven Wonders of the world and more using only standard LEGO® bricks.
2 Dec - 4 Jun
A solo show of pen and ink drawings from across a 45-year career.