Must-See Art Guide: London
This week's guide includes Paul Nash, Michael Craig-Martin, Mai-Thu Perret, and more.
London’s calling all collectors this week. The 29th edition of the London Art Fair opened its doors yesterday at the Business Design Centre in Islington, where Modern British art is being proudly displayed. However, this doesn’t mean that contemporary artists are being neglected here; in fact, there will be a big presence thanks to the collaboration of Art Projects, which will showcase a curated collection from artists all over the world. Highlights include large-scale installations, solo and thematic group shows, and collaborative film and new media works. It’s also calling for its array of museum and gallery exhibitions happening all over the city, many of which are free to visit. If you’re an art lover and Anglophile, you’re in luck—here, there’s plenty of it on view.
Exhibition: “Guerrilla Girls: Is it even worse in Europe?”
When:October 1, 2016–March 5, 2017
Where: Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London, United Kingdom
Exhibition: “New Beginnings”
When:January 12–February 4, 2017
Where: Alan Cristea Gallery, 43 Pall Mall, London, United Kingdom
Exhibition: “I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper”
When:January 12–February 24, 2017
Where: Griffin Gallery, 3 & 11 Duke Street, London, United Kingdom
Exhibition: “Howard Tangye: Links”
When:January 13–February 2, 2017
Where: Amar Gallery, 48 Penton Street, London, United Kingdom
Exhibition: “Tschabalala Self”
When:January 17–March 12, 2017
Where: Parasol unit, 14 Wharf Road, London, United Kingdom
Exhibition: “Park Seo-Bo”
When:January 20–March 11, 2017
Where: White Cube, 25-26 Mason’s Yard, London, United Kingdom
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