LGW x UP PROJECTS: Performance by Mandy El-Sayegh
London-based artist Mandy El-Sayegh has been selected for London Gallery Weekend’s first public art performance, in partnership with UP Projects for her proposal The Minimum.
Created in collaboration with choreographer Alethia Antonia and composer Lily Oakes, this new work centres around an installation and performance that invites people in different publi...
ExhibitionsOver 150 of London’s leading contemporary galleries will come together for London Gallery Weekend, offering special events, late night openings & more. Browse the list of upcoming exhibitions here.
GOOD POP BAD POP - THE EXHIBITIONJarvis Cocker Now open, in conjunction with London Gallery Weekend, The Gallery of Everything invites you to visit Good Pop Bad Pop - The Exhibition. Conceived and curated in collaboration with...
Rituals & RebirthsGroup Exhibition Curated by Peruke Projects in collaboration with A.I. Rituals and Rebirths is a group exhibition curated by Peruke Projects in collaboration with A.I.. The exhibition examines the performances of three diasporic Southeast Asian multi-disciplinary artists, constructed around the...
Telling Stories. Picture Post and its LegacyAt 48 Maddox Street, we are staging the exhibition Telling Stories. Picture Post and its Legacy. The exhibition presents some of the key photographers of Picture Post magazine as well...
Matt AgerBallon Rouge and Pi Artworks are pleased to present a new body of works by London-based and born artist Matt Ager, curated by Francesca Gavin at Pi Artworks in London,...
Alpine DiskomiksMelanie Manchot Parafin is delighted to announce a new exhibition by Melanie Manchot, her second with the gallery. Alongside, the gallery will bring a solo presentation of Manchot’s photographic work to Photo...
Built on ClayPam Evelyn The Approach is excited to present Built on Clay, a UK debut solo exhibition of paintings by Pam Evelyn (b.1996, Guildford, UK). The show title takes its name from the...
All That You Can’t Leave BehindUfuoma Essi Public Gallery is pleased to present 'All That You Can’t Leave Behind', a solo exhibition by London based artist Ufuoma Essi. Displayed across three large scale projections her experimental film...
I thought it was dead; It thought it was springDan Zhu Tabula Rasa Gallery London is pleased to present I thought it was dead; It thought it was spring, the first UK solo exhibition of the Chinese artist Dan Zhu for...
CutsReginald Sylvester II We are pleased to present CUTS, a new suite of works on paper by Reginald Sylvester II. In these recent works, the expectation of a linear, rectangular base for painting...
Society: Acts I – IVMing Ying JD Malat Gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition Society: Acts I – IV by emerging Chinese artist Ming Ying, from 11 May to 6 June, 2022. Ming’s...
Roger Holtom PreludioPainting the Mu(sic) Francesca Fiumano and Andrés Clase are delighted to present a solo exhibition of a new body of work British artist Roger Holtom. From his glorious studio in the hills above...
Sand in My JointsRicky Swallow Modern Art is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new work by Ricky Swallow at its Bury Street gallery. This is Swallow’s fifth solo exhibition with Modern Art. Ricky...
SPRINGBen Hunter is pleased to present SPRING, an exhibition of works by Nicole Coson, Barbara Hepworth, Kim Lim, Bridget Riley and Rachel Whiteread. The exhibition, which takes its name from...
OLD, POSSIBLY ANTIQUEPaul Chapellier Paul Chapellier’s imagery kindles both attraction and critique towards the artifciality of material culture and heritage via installations composed of casts, prints, photography and found objects. His recent work replicates...
Cosmopolitan Super FruitsJohn Kørner Victoria Miro is delighted to present Cosmopolitan Super Fruits, an exhibition by Danish artist John Kørner. Following Intercontinental Super Fruits, John Kørner’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States...
ConstellationsSandra Vásquez de la Horra Sprovieri is delighted to present Constellations, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra’s second solo exhibition at the Gallery. Sandra Vásquez de la Horra’s drawings are influenced by film, fairy tales, botanical...
The Toxic CameraJane and Louise Wilson Maureen Paley is pleased to announce a new exhibition The Toxic Camera by Jane and Louise Wilson presented across our two London spaces. The Wilson twins have been working together...
Hélio OiticicaCurated by Ann Gallagher Lisson Gallery is delighted to present the first survey of Hélio Oiticica’s work in London in 15 years. Featuring painted compositions, three-dimensional works, film and an environmental structure that invites...
Kottie PalomaThis spring, Saatchi Yates are pleased to present a solo exhibition of paintings by American artist Kottie Paloma. Having lived and worked for several years in Los Angeles, San Francisco,...
Luchita HurtadoFeaturing previously unseen works from Hurtado’s Sky Skin series, this exhibition centres on the artist’s pursuit of the other worldly and a broader reflection on life and death. Beginning in...
Re: WildDellasposa Gallery is delighted to present Re: Wild, a group exhibition presenting artworks that explore wild landscapes and the possibility of rewilding our state of being. The exhibition presents an...
Thomas SchütteOne of the most acclaimed artists of his generation, Thomas Schütte’s real and invented forms, often distorted and unsettling, explore themes of cultural memory, struggle and the impossible utopian ideal....
Terra IncognitaCastor is pleased to present Claire Baily’s third solo presentation with the gallery titled Terra Incognita. Baily takes us on an explorative & deeply personal journey into the dark and...
Frank Dot & Brian OvalBrian Griffiths and Frank Kent A show of key AIR SIGNS photographs that feature round things, or things getting around. Frank, catch that professional standard frisbee. AIR SIGNS are an ongoing series of sculptural works...
I Could Always Crack a JokeElsa Rouy I Could Always Crack a Joke showcases a new body of work by Elsa Rouy that ridicules, empathises with, and embraces the bizarre navigation of the human condition. The exhibition...
DRAPENour Jaouda, Marte Johnslien, Andrea V Wright Fold Gallery is proud to present DRAPE a multidisciplinary exhibition that explores notions of materiality, the aesthetics of migration and the processes of making and unmaking. The work in this...
Nature InterruptedCelina Teague Monstrous hybrid beings appear against acid skies and barren landscapes, creating surreal, otherworldly scenes that sit uncomfortably between nightmare and dream. Nature Interrupted, Celina Teague’s fifth solo show at Kristin...
Rainbow SkyAmy Lincoln Taymour Grahne Projects is pleased to present Rainbow Sky, a solo exhibition by NYC-based artist Amy Lincoln, opening on May 7 between 4-7pm at the Holland Park space (10 Portland...
UnboundSUSIE HAMILTON Paul Stolper is pleased to announce 'Unbound' by Susie Hamilton. A solo exhibition of works painting, prints and works on paper. 'Literature is a constant influence on my work and...
Ayako RokkakuKönig London is pleased to present an exhibition by Ayako Rokkaku running from 13 May - 11 June 2022, with a painting performance by the artist on 13 May 2022....
As above so belowMelike Kara For Melike Kara’s second exhibition at Arcadia Missa, a series of new works continues the artist’s exploration into combining Kurdish traditions, narratives, fates and ritual onto the canvas. In this...
Mother and ThistleSeline Burn With prickly stems and spiky leaves, you can see her standing dried and dark brown in the field enduring the winter. The thistle, is a flower known for her repellence,...
NOT BEFORE IT HAS FORGOTTEN YOUCLÉMENTINE BRUNO, MARA FORTUNATOVIĆ EVA GOLD & BELLA RIZA / CURATED BY CAROLINE DREVAIT & ESTELLE MAROIS Written without ever using the letter ‘e’, La Disparition [A Void, 1969] is a novel in which Georges Perec attempts to give a form to absence by subtracting from the...
LiminalityAida Mahmudova Gazelli Art House is pleased to present Aida Mahmudova’s new body of work in her debut solo show Liminality, curated by Alistair Hicks. Commenting on her rapidly modernising country’s forgotten...
Suzan FreconRecent paintings, oil and water David Zwirner is pleased to present new work by American artist Suzan Frecon at the gallery’s 24 Grafton Street location, marking her eighth solo exhibition with the gallery and the...
Howard Hodgkin RecollectionsThe Bernard Jacobson Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of prints spanning the career of British artist Howard Hodgkin. The exhibition brings together a selection of expressive, abstract prints...
Messages from the 6th DimensionCo-organised with Hilde Lynn Helphenstein Ideas that were meant to lull me to sleep woke me up. At night the man I sleep with listens to string theorists and mathematicians as a way to relax....
The Growth of CommunicationLonnie Holley 'The Growth of Communication' consists primarily of works made over the course of Holley’s recent trips to the UK, sourcing and salvaging materials and inspiration from his travels across the...
WILLIAM BRICKEL: FAR FROM ANYTHINGThe Artist Room is pleased to present a solo exhibition of works by William Brickel. Including paintings, charcoal drawings and watercolours, Brickel’s new works will continue his uniquely sensitive and...
- 3812 Gallery
- A.I. - Cromwell Place
- Addis Fine Art
- ALICE BLACK
- Alison Jacques
- Almine Rech
- Amanda Wilkinson Gallery
- ammann//projects - cromwell place
- Annely Juda Fine Art
- ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
- Arcadia Missa
- Bartha Contemporary
- Ben Brown Fine Arts
- Ben Hunter
- Bernard Jacobson Gallery
- Berntson Bhattacharjee Gallery
- Black Box Projects - Cromwell Place
- Bosse & Baum
- Cardi Gallery London
- Cecilia Brunson Projects
- Claas Reiss
- Cooke Latham Gallery
- Cristea Roberts Gallery
- DADA Gallery
- Darren Flook
- David Zwirner
- Dellasposa Gallery
- Doyle Wham
- Edel Assanti
- Eve Leibe Gallery
- Fiumano Clase
- Frith Street Gallery
- Gagosian Shop, Burlington Arcade
- Gagosian | Britannia Street
- Gagosian | Davies Street
- Gagosian | Grosvenor Hill
- Galerie Max Hetzler
- gallery rosenfeld
- Gazelli Art House
- Goodman Gallery
- Gossamer Fog
- Grosvenor Gallery
- Grove Collective
- Guts Gallery
- HackelBury Fine Art
- Hannah Barry Gallery
- Harlesden High Street
- Hauser & Wirth
- Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
- Herald St
- Hignell Gallery
- Hollybush Gardens
- Holtermann Fine Art
- IONE & MANN
- Jack Bell Gallery
- James Hyman Gallery - 48 Maddox Street
- James Hyman Gallery - 50 Maddox Streeet
- JD Malat Gallery
- Josh Lilley
- Karsten Schubert London
- Kate MacGarry
- KÖNIG London
- Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery
- Lehmann Maupin
- Lévy Gorvy - Albemarle Street
- Lévy Gorvy - Old Bond Street
- Lisson Gallery - Bell Street
- Lisson Gallery - Lisson Street
- LUNGLEY Gallery
- Luxembourg + Co.
- Lyndsey Ingram
- Maddox Gallery
- Maureen Paley
- Maureen Paley: Studio M
- Maximillian William
- Michael Werner Gallery
- MMX Gallery
- Moarain House
- Modern Art - Bury Street
- Modern Art - Helmet Row
- mother’s tankstation
- Nahmad Projects
- New Art Projects
- Niru Ratnam | Ganton Street
- Niru Ratnam | Ham Yard
- No. 9 Cork Street
- October Gallery
- Offer Waterman
- Opera Gallery
- Pace Gallery
- Parafin Gallery
- PATERSON ZEVI
- Patrick Heide Contemporary Art
- Paul Stolper Gallery
- Pi Artworks London
- Pilar Corrias Eastcastle Street
- Pilar Corrias Savile Row
- Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
- Project Native Informant
- PUBLIC Gallery
- Richard Saltoun Gallery
- Saatchi Yates
- Sadie Coles HQ - Bury Street
- Sadie Coles HQ - Davies Street
- Sadie Coles HQ - Kingly Street
- Sadie Coles HQ, The Shop
- Seen Fifteen
- Sid Motion Gallery
- Sim Smith
- Simon Lee Gallery
- Soft Opening
- South Parade
- Sprüth Magers
- Stephen Friedman Gallery
- Stern Pissarro Gallery
- Tabula Rasa Gallery
- Taymour Grahne - Notting Hill
- Taymour Grahne Projects - Holland Park
- Taymour Grahne Projects - The Artist Room
- Thaddaeus Ropac
- The Approach
- The Artist Room
- The Fitzrovia Chapel
- The Gallery of Everything
- The Perimeter
- The Residence Gallery
- The Sunday Painter
- Thomas Dane Gallery
- Timothy Taylor
- TJ Boulting
- Trafalgar Avenue
- Union Pacific
- Unit London
- Victoria Miro
- Vigo Gallery
- Waddington Custot
- White Cube Bermondsey
- White Cube Mason's Yard
- Workplace - Hertford Road
- Workplace - Margaret Street
- Xxijra Hii
- Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix
Hauser & Wirth: Private View
GAGOSIAN | BRITANNIA STREET: DROP-IN DRAWING FOR ALL AGES
Addis Fine Art: Artist TalkFriday 13 May | Time: 6pm
Join Nigatu Tsehay in conversation with Addis Fine Art Programme and Artist Manager, Ikenna Malbert in our London gallery and IG LIVE on Friday 13 May at 6pm.
During this 30 minute conversation, Nigatu will discuss the inspirations behind his new solo exhibition, Pace of Life at Addis Fine Art, London this May.
6:15pm: Talk begins
Berntson Bhattacharjee, Cromwell Place: Artist Led Tour
RICHARD SALTOUN: Exhibition tours: Everlyn NicodemusSaturday 14 May | Time: 4.30pmJoin us for a tour of Everlyn Nicodemus’ first solo exhibition with Richard Saltoun Gallery. The exhibition marks also Nicodemus' first solo show in London in over 15 years and brings together a selection of works spanning 40 years, including unseen paintings from The Wedding series.
Everlyn Nicodemus is one of the strongest feminist voices to emerge from Eastern Africa in the past 30 years. Drawing on personal experience and her battle with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Nicodemus' work explores the universal issues of racism, cultural trauma, human suffering and the marginalisation of women throughout history.
Curated RoutesNavigate London Gallery Weekend via a series of curated routes by leading art world figures.
Naomie HarrisActress There is so much to discover in London, and our gallery scene reflects this – each area has its own personality. I’ll start with some of the close-knit galleries in...
Justine Simons OBEDeputy Mayor for Culture and Creative Industries London Gallery Weekend is a brilliant way to see great exhibitions as well as explore the city itself. So here’s my own curated tour… Start in Edgware Road and Lisson...
Bengi ÜnsalDirector, Institute of Contemporary Arts We will start with Guts Gallery , as it’s a little off the beaten track, their HQ just north of Hackney Downs station. The gallery has a young and developing...
Joe ElliottCo-Managing Director, Artlogic As a South Londoner, I'm looking forward to jumping on my bike with a few colleagues and visiting the fantastic galleries this side of the river offers, with some tasty...
Robbie Williams & Ed GodrichArtist Collaborators The city comes alive during London Gallery Weekend, we can’t wait to get out there. We’ll be heading over to Damien Hirst’s mega takeover at Gagosian ’s gallery on Britannia...
Eleanor NairneCurator My seven galleries cover seven miles of London, carrying you from the east to the south to the west of the city. Let’s start with the delightful Francis Upritchard at...
Princess JuliaDJ, Model, Artist, Music Writer I am such a fan of peering at artworks so let me take you on a jaunt of some of my fave gallery haunts. I’m going to start in Soho,...
Jane & Louise WilsonArtists Our curated route takes you from Mile End to Bethnal Green and on to Shoreditch (or possibly Clerkenwell) beginning with Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic, Songs for living at Carlos/Ishikawa...
Simone RochaIrish London-based Fashion Designer Starting in South London, in Peckham, where Hannah Barry Gallery is showing new paintings by the young Spanish artist Natalia Gonzalez Martin. The space is right by the station, so...
Jan Dalley speaks to a range of guests about the power of partnership and pioneering endeavours. First up, Jenny Waldman, director of the Art Fund, and Jessica Barrie, a curator at Aberdeen Archives, Galleries and Museums, discuss a new and exciting initiative bringing together London's commercial galleries with public institutions from around the whole country. This is followed by conversations centred around environmental concerns, with leading industry figures Thomas Dane and Victoria Siddall, founders of the Gallery Climate Coalition, talking about how this groundbreaking idea came to fruition and how it's gained traction from solutions-hungry galleries looking for more responsible way to operate; and the artist Haroon Mirza, whose visionary work centres around energy and power, about how a perception shift is needed from within the industry in order to bring about change.
The way ahead
In the second episode in LGW's podcast series hosted by Jan Dalley, Arts Editor of the Financial Times, visits sculptor Antony Gormley at his studio in North London, before heading to Peckham to speak to gallerist Hannah Barry and curator and art historian Aindrea Emelife, and then joins gallerist David Zwirner on Zoom from New York, to discuss topics ranging from the impact of London Gallery Weekend, to how galleries and artists are addressing the issue of climate change, and the future of the gallery model itself.
Produced by Danielle Radojcin at In Talks With.
Collaboration and crossing over
Jan Dalley travels around the city speaking to artists, gallerists, curators and collectors about the London landscape and how galleries have relied on each other during the pandemic and how competition has evolved into collaboration. With Rana Begum, Harry Beer, Caroline Douglas, Sigrid Kirk and Jimi Lee.
- Episode 3 Partnerships