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Exhibitions in London this month - All In London



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In Their Own Words (21st Aug 14 to 11th Nov 18)
A new exhibition about the Great War bringing to life artillerymen of different nations, through extracts from their diaries, letters home and photographs. World War 1, the Great War, The War to En...



Opening of First World War in the Air Exhibition (4th Dec 14 to 31st Dec 18)
Eleven years after the first powered flight, aviation emerged as a force capable of changing the face of battle. In 1914 the Royal Flying Corps numbered just 1,500 people. By 1918, when the Royal Air ...



In with the Spiders at ZSL London Zoo (23rd May 15 to 23rd May 18)
ZSL London Zoo is taking on the challenge of a lifetime in a bid to clear the name of one of the world’s most feared, misunderstood and maligned creatures, in a brand new exhibit being unveiled this...



A Smarter City (28th Apr 17 to 16th Dec 17)
The City of London has remained an international trading centre for centuries and is arguably the most successful city in history. To maintain its status as a world leader in adaptability and innov...



Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion (27th May 17 to 18th Feb 18)
This exhibition examines the work and legacy of influential Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga, with over 100 pieces crafted by ‘the master’ of couture, his protégées and contemporary fashi...



Serpentine Pavilion 2017 Designed by Francis Kéré (20th Jun 17 to 19th Nov 17)
Due to popular demand, the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion designed by Diébédo Francis Kéré will remain open until 19 November. Inspired by the tree that serves as a central meeting point for life in his...



WRNS Untold Stories: The Women’s Royal Naval Service at Greenwich (7th Jul 17 to 7th Dec 17)
To mark the centenary of the formation of the Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS) in 2017, the Old Royal Naval College is holding a special exhibition exploring the lives and experiences of the women...



Whales: Beneath the Surface (14th Jul 17 to 28th Feb 18)
Dive through one of the world's most compelling evolutionary journeys in this family exhibition. More than 100 specimens from the Museum's collection will be on display together for the first time,...



The City is Ours (14th Jul 17 to 2nd Jan 18)
With more than half the world's population now living in urban areas, the Museum of London's major, free exhibition for 2017, The City is Ours, invites visitors to explore the pleasures and challenges...



The City is Ours (14th Jul 17 to 2nd Jan 18)
In this interactive exhibition, see how and why cities are changing and what urban communities around the world are doing to improve city life. Look at what data has to tell us about the urbanisation ...



Dowding and WWI - The Making of a Commander (14th Jul 17 to 22nd Nov 17)
The exhibition explores the WWI experiences of Royal Flying Corps pilot Hugh Dowding, and how his experiences shaped his convictions and leadership as Commander-in-Chief of Fighter Command during the ...



The Artful Book (5th Sep 17 to 28th Jan 18)
The Folio Society are delighted to announce that seventy years of Folio history is being celebrated at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (V&A), the world’s leading museum of art, design and per...



Can Graphic Design Save Your Life? (7th Sep 17 to 14th Jan 18)
Explore the relationship between graphic design and health in our upcoming exhibition, opening September 2017. Comprising of over 200 objects including hard-hitting posters, flashing pharmacy signs...



Youth Platform x Marc Bauer (14th Sep 17 to 12th Nov 17)
First in the series of exciting site specific projects whilst the new galley is built, Peckham Platform presents a collaboration between internationally recognised Swiss artist Marc Bauer and Peckham ...



The Hill: Exhibition (18th Sep 17 to 25th Nov 17)
The Hill. Csekefalva is a tough place to live, in Transylvania, Romania. But with its share of life and joy, like your town. Heart for Romania, a small UK charity, has been active in the local co...



This Burning Land Belongs To You (20th Sep 17 to 4th Nov 17)
The exhibition brings together the works of three contemporary Indian artists – Soghra Khurasani, Rithika Merchant and Ronny Sen, who work across printmaking, painting and photography respectively. ...



Iconoclasts: Art out of the Mainstream (27th Sep 17 to 7th Jan 18)
Exhibition featuring the work of thirteen contemporary artists, inviting us to engage anew with what modern day iconoclasm might be....



Nicola Tyson, Beyond the Trace (28th Sep 17 to 12th Nov 17)
Drawing Room presents Beyond the Trace, an exhibition of works on paper by British born, New York based artist Nicola Tyson. Predominantly known as a painter, Tyson also works with photography, perfor...



Daisuke Yokota: Emergence (28th Sep 17 to 11th Nov 17)
Following the success and sensation of Daisuke Yokota’s work in Asia and Europe, Roman Road is delighted to present Emergence, the first solo exhibition by the celebrated Japanese artist in London. ...



Wade Guyton: Das New Yorker Atelier, Abridged (28th Sep 17 to 4th Feb 18)
Wade Guyton translates three dimensions into digital information and back again, using iPhones, cameras, computers and Epson printers as tools to create large-scale paintings and smaller compositions ...



Basic Instincts (29th Sep 17 to 7th Jan 18)
Curated by Dr Jacqueline Riding, Basic Instincts explores Georgian attitudes to love, desire and female respectability through the radical paintings of Joseph Highmore. A highly successful artist and ...



The Working Artist: The East London Group (29th Sep 17 to 17th Dec 17)
The historic East London Group returns to the Nunnery Gallery, selected and curated by writer broadcaster Michael Rosen and radio producer film-maker Emma-Louise Williams. Discovered in family collect...



Opera: Passion, Power and Politics (30th Sep 17 to 25th Feb 18)
Told through the lens of seven premieres in seven European cities, this immersive exhibition takes you on a journey through nearly 400 years, culminating in the international explosion of opera in the...



Wil Murray | The Onlyes Power Is No Power (3rd Oct 17 to 2nd Jan 18)
THE ONLYES POWER IS NO POWER is Wil Murray’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, presenting a new large-scale print series and exploring transformative mechanisms within the photographic process...



Arthur Jafa: Love is the Message, the Message is Death (5th Oct 17 to 10th Dec 17)
Following his critically-acclaimed Serpentine exhibition, A Series of Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions, artist and filmmaker Arthur Jafa now exhibits Love is the Message, the Message i...



Fulham Palace Through Postcards (8th Oct 17 to 15th Apr 18)
There was a national craze for postcards from 1898 to the end of the Great War in 1918, the so-called Golden Age of the Postcard. With up to six deliveries a day postcards could be used to arrange me...



15 Minutes (9th Oct 17 to 22nd Dec 17)
The Richard Young Gallery is pleased to announce 15 Minutes, an exhibition of 'ready-to-buy' photography from the glamorous archive of Richard Young. This star-studded exhibition will feature the lege...



Shozo Michikawa: Forty Years, Forty Pots (11th Oct 17 to 2nd Nov 17)
Erskine, Hall & Coe are pleased to present Forty Years, Forty Pots, an exhibition that celebrates Shozo Michikawa’s life as a potter. The show will feature ceramics by Michikawa and accompanying ph...



BLOOD: Life Uncut Exhibition (12th Oct 17 to 1st Nov 17)
BLOOD: Life Uncut is an exhibition that demonstrates the essential, expressive and visceral nature of blood. The exhibition at the Copeland Gallery in Peckham will be accompanied by a programme of per...



Poster Girls (13th Oct 17 to 31st Dec 17)
Girl power comes to Covent Garden when Poster Girls - a major new exhibition about 20th and 21st century female graphic artists opens at the Museum in the autumn of 2017. Poster Girls will highligh...



The Humble Servant (18th Oct 17 to 30th Nov 17)
The Humble Servant is an exhibition of 4 hand-built ceramic pieces inspired by the engravings of William Blake for a pattern book of Josiah Wedgwood’s queensware tableware in 1817. Adorned with quot...



Parasolstice – Winter Light 2017: Robert Montgomery (19th Oct 17 to 18th Mar 18)
(Preview: Wednesday 18 October, 6-8 pm | Artist talk at 7 pm) Parasol unit presents Robert Montgomery’s POEM IN LIGHTS TO BE SCATTERED IN THE SQUARE MILE, 2017, the latest addition to the Parasol...



The Mystery of Doomed Romance and other stories: A solo show by Stephen Bliss (19th Oct 17 to 1st Nov 17)
Following the success of his head-turning solo show, I, Frankenstein at the Monorex Gallery in Los Angeles, pioneering British artist, Stephen Bliss is set to preview a series of exclusive palimpsests...



Keith Vaughan: On Pagham Beach - Photographs and Collages from the 1930s (20th Oct 17 to 8th Dec 17)
In Autumn 2017, Austin/Desmond Fine Art will present an exhibition of rare vintage photographs and collages by the British artist Keith Vaughan (1912-1977). Dating from the 1930s, the majority of thes...



Instant Stories. Wim Wenders' Polaroids (20th Oct 17 to 11th Feb 18)
This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to see the personal and previously unseen Polaroid work of Oscar-nominated filmmaker, Wim Wenders (b.1945, Germany) and provides a singular insight into the a...



4 Saints in 3 Acts - A Snapshot of the American Avant-garde (20th Oct 17 to 11th Feb 18)
The Photographers’ Gallery presents 4 Saints in 3 Acts - A Snapshot of the American Avant-garde. It is the first exhibition worldwide to focus on the photographic dimensions of the ground-breaking A...



Wendy McMurdo - Indeterminate Objects (Classrooms) (20th Oct 17 to 17th Dec 17)
Indeterminate Objects (Classrooms) is a work by award winning Scottish photographer Wendy McMurdo. The project continues her investigation into the relationship between children and computers, and is ...



Henry Moore’s Draped Seated Woman returns to the East End (23rd Oct 17 to 1st Jan 18)
Henry Moore’s Draped Seated Woman will return to the East End for all to see from Monday 23rd October. The famous bronze sculpture, known locally as ‘Old Flo’, was the was originally housed on t...



Hidden Messages (24th Oct 17 to 3rd Nov 17)
This autumn Anita Ford and Alfred Huckett will be exhibiting together for the first time. Focussing on miscommunications, undisclosed secrets and a quiet monster, they have put together a powerful sho...



Getty Images announces recipients of third annual Getty Images Instagram Grant (24th Oct 17 to 4th Nov 17)
Getty Images, the world leader in visual communication, in collaboration with Instagram, today announced the recipients of the annual Getty Images Instagram Grant. Three recipients hailing from th...



Measure Draw Build: An Exhibition by George Saumarez Smith (25th Oct 17 to 26th Nov 17)
Centred around drawing as essential to the making of architecture, this is an exhibition about design process. The work of George Saumarez Smith, a Director of ADAM Architecture and a leading classici...



100 Year Anniversary of the 1917 October Revolution in Posters (25th Oct 17 to 7th Nov 17)
After the October Revolution in 1917, the Bolshevik government was faced with the task of swaying a largely illiterate population to its side in the resulting Russian Civil War and beyond. Posters pro...



Katie Allen "Transforming Nature" (26th Oct 17 to 11th Nov 17)
Cube Gallery is pleased to present Katie Allen's solo exhibition Transforming Nature.    The origin of Katie's work is rooted in the landscape as she observes, records and paints the continually ...



A Splash of Colour photography exhibition (28th Oct 17 to 1st Nov 17)
Open 10am – 3pm Daily Cost Free Public Admission Colour is one of the powerful tools at a photographer’s disposal. Along with shape, texture, space, line and form, it is one of the six...



Torbjørn Rødland: The Touch That Made You (29th Oct 17 to 19th Nov 17)
Oranges, bananas, octopus tentacles, torsos – Rødland’s first UK exhibition features two decades of his images, alongside his film 132 BPM (2005), soundtracked by the metronomic beats of dance mu...



Spirit of Christmas (30th Oct 17 to 5th Nov 17)
Whether you are looking for festive ideas and inspiration, fine food and wine, or simply to shop, relax with friends and dine in style, you can treat yourself to a unique and wonderful day out. You ca...