Forget the club, we’ve listed all the exhibitions you should be looking forward to this year.
The Serpentine is set to celebrate the renowned British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor in new virtual and physical exhibitions.
Introducing Queer Frontiers: The annual charity exhibition is back and going online, featuring work by international LGBTQ+ artists and allies.
North London's Design Museum will tell the story of the iconic Italian fashion house in the Prada. Front and Back exhibition.
California multi-media artist Shana Moulton explores our most pressing anxieties with a new exhibition, from climate change to technology.
Introducing the artist exploring what it means to be human with life-sized naked collages.
We visited the immersive exhibition space Aures London, and stepped inside the dreamy world of Adrian Barbu's "Astrofeels".
This interactive Barbican exhibition will explore the terrifying and beautiful relationship between humans and artificial intelligence.
Sir Richard Wallace: The Collector Review
We pay a visit to the Wallace Collection’s newest and most personal exhibition.
Meet the artist exploring loss and mental health with an intensely personal installation at Somerset House.
Banksy’s greatest hits
An exhibition is showcasing the most iconic art from the man of mystery.
We meet Andrew Salgado, the youngest artist to be selected for a retrospective at the Canadian High Commission.
15Folds: Everything All At Once
The team behind 15folds talk digital art, first GIF encounters and their current exhibition, ‘Everything All At Once’
SAUCONY – ‘THE STORY OF RUNNING’
The label popular with sneaker connoisseurs will be exhibiting archive pieces from the 1950s to present day, alongside exclusive collaborations and collectors’ items dropping for the first time in Europe.
HOME HOUSE BECOMES HOME OF EXCLUSIVE ROLLING STONE MEMORABILIA
London’s Home House plays host to a range of Rolling Stone’s memorabilia and paintings from guitarist Ronnie Wood.
ISABELLA BLOW: FASHION GALORE AT SOMERSET HOUSE
We take a look at the retrospective celebrating the life of Isabelle Blow, taking over Somerset House for the next few months.
EMERGING: Tom Beard
Tom Beard’s shot everyone from Florence Welch to Hercules & Love Affair, but his own personal photography’s a much more downbeat, street-wise affair: mice in their death throes, little paws clutching at air; boys on a council estate staring suspiciously at the outsider in their midst. Wonderland talks to Twickenham boy made good.
CHLOE ATTITUDES: Curator Judith Clark talks through the Chloé exhibition
Not every brand gets to celebrate its diamond jubilee with an retrospective in the hallowed corridors of the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. But then again, Chloé – spiritual home of the French ingénue – isn’t most brands.
EMERGING: Kim Jakobsen To
Norwegian-turned-Londoner Kim Jakobsen To has shot for everyone from Acne to Canon (and Wonderland, of course), but it's his unpretentious, intimate and entirely lovely portraits that really caught our eye. We talk to him about Birdland, his exhibition at Rove Gallery.