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.
FluidityDaniel Obasi, Cameron Ugbodu, Abe Ogunlende, Samson Bakare DADA Gallery is pleased to present ‘Fluidity’, featuring works by Cameron Ugbodu, Abe Ogunlende, Samson Bakare and Daniel Obasi for the 2022 edition of London Gallery Weekend. Cameron Ugbodu is...
Carla Åhlander & Camilla LøwQuiet pulses at once refract and conjoin the works of Carla Åhlander and Camilla Løw. Through quiet, Carla’s photographic series suspend their chosen subjects. Through quiet, the barely bare geometric...
A WALKOMNI is pleased to present Brendan Lynch’s newest exhibition, A Walk the Los Angeles-based, artist graduated from the Education School of Visual Arts with B.F.A., and in 2011 he earned...
23: A Brush with RedemptionRoss Muir A shape-shifter of both artistic genre and style, Ross Muir is known for his witty re-imaginings of historical paintings. From Basquiat and Magritte to Rousseau and Picasso, Muir does not...
Art Is Not HumanSeth Price Seth Price has rarely shown in the UK; this exhibition marks his first solo gallery presentation in London since his film and video survey at the ICA London in 2017....
The ElectorateNicky Hirst The Electorate is Nicky Hirst’s third solo exhibition in the gallery, and will centre on uncertainty, transience and humanity. Working in a variety of media, her interests include layers of...
The Foothills of PleasureCaragh Thuring
Burning Desires'Burning Desires' is a show by Edward Thomasson of new paintings and songs about intimacy in public. It will be accompanied by a new performance work: Security (2023), taking place...
This Earth, This PassageWhite Cube Mason’s Yard is pleased to present 'Isamu Noguchi: The Earth, This Passage', an exhibition reflecting on the artist's engagement with material, performance and place, spanning works from the...
CorrespondenceLisa Milroy’s first solo exhibition at Kate MacGarry, 'Correspondence', brings together work from the 1980s to the present. Over the past 40 years Milroy has explored the parameters of still...
Sun, Sun, SunLAMB Gallery is pleased to present the second solo UK exhibition by Portuguese artist Tiago Mestre. The exhibition is comprised of ten new oil on canvas paintings exploring the rich...
BloodlinesAmie Siegel Thomas Dane is delighted to announce an exhibition of Amie Siegel’s new large-scale moving image work, Bloodlines, and an associated series of prints, Cloude, Clot and Cloot (all 2022), at...
Jean-Luc Mylayne: MirrorPoetry and existential philosophical questions define Jean-Luc Mylayne’s conceptual photographic practice of over four decades. Capturing birds in their natural habitats, the artist creates formally surprising and carefully calibrated images....
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...
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...
Emil NoldeAnatomy of Light and Water Bastian is delighted to announce our upcoming exhibition, Emil Nolde - Anatomy of Light and Water. In this exhibition, seascapes (watercolors on paper) which have never been seen before in...
The Last ManMauro C. Martinez London, United Kingdom–Texas-based artist Mauro C. Martinez, acclaimed for his clever social commentary investigating meme-culture, presents his new solo exhibition The Last Man at Unit London. This unique presentation includes...
Ghost NotesFOLD is pleased to present 'Ghost Notes', a two-person show by Carolina Aguirre and Christopher Stead. Told through the lens of two transient tourists from two very different lands, 'Ghost...
Natural HistoryDamien Hirst Gagosian is pleased to present Natural History, the first-ever exhibition dedicated to Damien Hirst’s groundbreaking works employing formaldehyde. The exhibition—part of Hirst’s takeover of the Britannia Street gallery—will survey more...
Everlyn NicodemusRichard Saltoun Gallery presents a major solo exhibition of African diaspora artist Everlyn Nicodemus (b.1954), her first with the gallery. The exhibition marks Nicodemus' first solo show in London in...
My Body My ChoiceGhada Amer Goodman Gallery presents My Body, My Choice – Ghada Amer’s first solo show in London in twenty years. The exhibition brings together a new body of work, including Amer’s signature...
When the moon is shining, and it is the middle of the dayIn view of Danny Gretscher's solo exhibition in November, RHODES presents a selection of the artist's works for London Gallery Weekend. His large-scaled canvases the unique combination of vivid colour,...
tl;drPippy Houldsworth Gallery is pleased to present Qualeasha Wood’s first European solo exhibition. Wood’s textile practice brings together traditional craft techniques and contemporary technology, combining digital and analogue processes in...
Data • Glitch • UtopiaJake Elwes’ first solo exhibition at Gazelli Art House, 'Data • Glitch • Utopia', brings together a body of work that demystifies, opens up, and plays with Artificial Intelligence (AI)....
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...
Phoebe Unwin: The Pointed FingerAmanda Wilkinson presents Phoebe Unwin's solo exhibition 'The Pointed Finger'. The works in this exhibition continue Unwin’s idiosyncratic exploration of how to capture and reconstruct the familiar. The paintings are...
Drawn to rememberMahesh Baliga “My paintings remind me why I remember something while looking at something else. My works contain the experience of looking. The curiosity of looking at a person, a person in...
A change (would do you good)Natalia González Martín Natalia González Martín b. 1995, Madrid. Lives and works in London, UK.
To Bend the Ear of the Outer WorldGagosian is pleased to announce 'To Bend the Ear of the Outer World: Conversations on contemporary abstract painting', an exhibition of new and recent works by more than forty artists...
A Bending BackPublic Gallery is pleased to present 'A Bending Back', a solo exhibition of new works by American artist Samantha Roth. Rendered in colored pencil on black-gessoed paper, Roth’s drawings exude...
Lee Miller: NursesThe Fitzrovia Chapel is proud to announce our exhibition Lee Miller: Nurses held in conjunction with the Lee Miller Archives, and forming part of our ongoing cultural programme relating to...
Florence Peake: EnactmentRichard Saltoun is delighted to present 'Enactment', a solo exhibition of queer, multi-disciplinary visual artist Florence Peake. The exhibition presents new installations, sculptures, canvases, and works on paper that continue...
the knight dividedRichard Stone Fluid sculptural forms evoke the wild, tumultuous movement of the sea or else, the uncanny stillness of a dense forest, both creating veil-like surfaces which alternately obscure and reveal the...
Caterina Silva Summer UnknownBosse & Baum is pleased to present Summer Unknown by Italian artist Caterina Silva, bringing together a new body of paintings from 2021 and 2022, curated by Alfredo Cramerotti. Through...
Nomadic ResonanceNomadic Resonance celebrates the launch of Anthony Sattin’s latest book, Nomads: The Wanderers Who Shaped Our World, by highlighting the works of artists such as El Anatsui, Brion Gysin, Romuald...
Conversations on TomorrowAli Kazim, Anju Dodiya, Atul Dodiya, KM Madhusudhanan, Mithu Sen, Mrinalini Mukherjee, Prabhakar Pachpute, Radhika Khimji and Simryn Gill Four Indian galleries, Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai; Experimenter, Kolkata; Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai & Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi present a collaborative exhibition, Conversations on Tomorrow, at Sadie Coles Gallery –...
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,...
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...
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...
Galerie Max Hetzler: Thomas Struth OpeningFriday 2 June | Time: 6-8pm
Join Galerie Max Hetzler for the opening of Thomas Struth’s solo exhibition dedicated to new photographs taken at CERN, shown for the first time in the UK. They form part of Struth’s Nature and Politics, a body of work which examines how ambition and human imagination become a sculptural, spatial reality.
Live Curated Routes: Bethnal GreenFriday 2 June | Time: 11am and 3pm
Navigate London Gallery Weekend with our Event Assistants who will help you explore our participating galleries in East London and their exhibitions.
On Friday, Bethnal Green Live Routes are held at 11am and 3pm. Meet outside Project Native Informant.
Victoria Miro: Private ViewFriday 2 June | Time: 6–8pm
Victoria Miro invites you to the Private View of 'The Seven Deadly Sins', a major new series of paintings by Chris Ofili. Completed over the past six years, the works on view offer an expansive meditation on sin and the complex experience of sinfulness.
FOLD: an evening of music and performancesFriday 2 June | Time: 7:00-10:00pm
In celebration of their duo show, 'Ghost Notes' at FOLD Gallery; Carolina Aguirre, Christopher Stead and friends present an evening of music and performances responding to the show’s themes of lost futures and a yearning for connection within the spectral space of isolation and otherness.
Gazelli Art House: Opening ReceptionThursday 1 June | Time: 6-8pm
Celebrate the opening of Jake Elwes’ first solo exhibition at Gazelli Art House, 'Data • Glitch • Utopia', bringing together a body of work that demystifies, opens up, and plays with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Performance Programme 2023
London Gallery Weekend and UP Projects have selected Nicole Bachmann, Li Hei Di and Minh Lan Tran for this year's Performance Programme.
Curated RoutesNavigate London Gallery Weekend via a series of curated routes by leading art world figures.
Justine Simons OBEDeputy Mayor for Culture & the Creative Industries First things first; head to Monmouth Coffee Company at Borough Market for one of the finest cups of coffee London has to offer. You might have to queue for a...
Live Curated Routes: Cambridge HeathSee the tour schedule and book your free spot here.
Jessica VaughanSenior Curator, Art on the Underground I'd start at Bosse & Baum in Peckham, where I’m excited to see Kateřina Šedá’s exhibition, she uses collective action to reflect on social spaces, and hasn’t exhibited in...
Dr Samantha LackeyDirector, Liverpool Biennial I’d like to start by visiting exhibitions by some brilliant women artists.
Bettina KorekCEO of Serpentine It’s lovely that a walk to see contemporary art in London can include a stroll through the city’s incredible Royal Parks, as well—Regents and Green Park on the way to...
Live Curated Routes: BermondseySee the tour schedule and book your free spot here.
Salma TuqanDirector, Nottingham Contemporary True to London-style commuting, my route brings you from East to West, ending up North - all in one afternoon.
Aaron CezarCurator and Founding Director of Delfina Foundation My tour connects several pockets of galleries in the East End with pit stops for food and refreshments, as well as optional extensions to nearby non-profits. To optimise my tour,...
Rejina PyoCreative Director of London based brand Rejina Pyo I'm delighted to share with you my recommendations for London Gallery Weekend. There are so many to choose from, but I would like to highlight a few personal favourites. [Read...
Cedric FauqChief curator at CAPC musee d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, France Starting in Lambeth this route includes a little spin around Mayfair before ending in Harlesden.
Live Curated Routes: St. James's & MayfairSee the tour schedule and book your free spot here.
Katy HesselArt Historian, curator, podcaster, and founder of @thegreatwomenartists In true Great Women Artist style, my route for London Gallery Weekend will take you on a journey across the city to see some of the most exciting women artists...
Thomas J PriceArtist This route starts in East London, travels through Central London and ends in South London, with pit stops along the way.
Nicholas CullinanDirector, National Portrait Gallery My curated route focusses on galleries participating in 'Portrait Mode', an unprecedented collaboration with more than 100 organisations across London, the UK and the world foregrounding portraiture and celebrating the...
Conrad ShawcrossArtist This curated route around Soho and Mayfair explores a selection of exciting contemporary sculpture exhibitions.
Joe ElliottCo-Managing Director, Artlogic My route will take us from Central to East, beginning in Mayfair and ending in Bethnal Green as we stop by to say hello to a few Artlogic clients along...
Margot Henderson OBECo-founder of Rochelle Canteen and Executive Chef of the soon to open The Three Horseshoes My route will take you across the city to some of my favourite exhibitions during London Gallery Weekend.
Live Curated Routes: PeckhamSee the tour schedule and book your free spot here.
Gilbert & GeorgeArtists Gilbert & George’s No Galleries London Gallery Weekend.
Live Curated Routes: FitzroviaSee the tour schedule and book your free spot here.
Larry AchiampongArtist I hope that the galleries tour I've picked out for you here will also lead you winding your way through this city. Explore on your way, the best of London...
Beth BateDirector, Dundee Contemporary Arts From Bethnal Green, to Central London, all the way Peckham, this route takes you across the city ending with a cocktail with a view at Frank's Cafe.
Live Curated Routes: Bethnal GreenSee the tour schedule and book your free spot here.
2023 LGW Children's GuideDownload the Guide
- 3812 Gallery
- A.I. - Tenter Ground
- ALICE BLACK
- Alison Jacques
- ALMINE RECH
- Amanda Wilkinson
- ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY
- Ben Brown Fine Arts
- Ben Hunter
- Bosse & Baum
- Bowman Sculpture
- Brooke Benington
- Cardi Gallery
- Cecilia Brunson Projects
- Cooke Latham Gallery
- Darren Flook
- Dellasposa Gallery
- Doyle Wham
- Edel Assanti
- Frith Street Gallery
- Gagosian Davies Street
- Gagosian Grosvenor Hill
- Gagosian Shop Burlington Arcade
- Galerie Max Hetzler
- Gallery 1957
- gallery rosenfeld
- Gazelli Art House
- Goodman Gallery
- Grosvenor Gallery
- GROVE EAST
- Guts Gallery
- HackelBury Fine Art
- Hales Gallery
- Hannah Barry Gallery
- Harlesden High Street
- Hauser & Wirth
- Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
- Herald St
- Herald St | Museum St
- Hollybush Gardens
- Holtermann Fine Art
- Jack Bell Gallery
- JD Malat Gallery
- Josh Lilley
- Kate MacGarry
- Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery
- LAMB Gallery
- Lisson Gallery Bell Street
- Lisson Gallery Lisson Street
- Lungley Gallery
- Luxembourg + Co.
- Maddox Gallery
- Maureen Paley
- Maureen Paley: Studio M
- Maximillian William
- Mazzoleni, London - Torino
- Michael Werner Gallery
- Modern Art Bury Street
- Modern Art Helmet Row
- mother’s tankstation
- No.9 Cork Street
- Opera Gallery
- Outernet Arts
- Pace Gallery
- Patrick Heide Contemporary Art
- Phillida Reid
- Pi Artworks
- Pilar Corrias Eastcastle Street
- Pilar Corrias Savile Row
- Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
- Project Native Informant
- Public Gallery
- Richard Saltoun Gallery
- Rose Easton
- Saatchi Yates
- Sadie Coles HQ Bury Street
- Sadie Coles HQ Davies Street
- Sadie Coles HQ Kingly Street
- Sadie Coles HQ The Shop
- Sherbet Green
- Sid Motion Gallery
- Sim Smith
- Simon Lee
- Soft Opening
- South Parade
- Sprüth Magers
- Stephen Friedman Gallery
- Stern Pissarro Gallery
- Tabula Rasa Gallery
- Thaddaeus Ropac
- The Approach
- The Gallery of Everything
- The Sunday Painter
- Thomas Dane Gallery
- Timothy Taylor
- TJ Boulting
- Union Pacific
- Unit London
- Vardaxoglou Gallery
- Victoria Miro
- VITRINE Bermondsey
- VITRINE Fitzrovia
- Waddington Custot
- White Cube Mason's Yard
- Xxijra Hii
- Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix
The GuardianJune 1, 2023 From Chris Ofili’s latest paintings to some seriously hardcore sculpture, the capital’s finest galleries have united to offer a public art extravaganza: Chris Ofili at Victoria Miro The Seven Deadly...
Financial TimesJune 17, 2023 Since its launch two years ago, London Gallery Weekend has grown up fast. The original handful of galleries has expanded into more than 150, from the big names to the...
Financial TimesJune 1, 2023 The third London Gallery Weekend runs between June 2 and June 4 and, with 123 galleries participating in 135 venues across town this year, is the biggest free-to-visit gallery event...
ArtforumJune 8, 2023 Kate Sutton around Amsterdam and London Art Weekends MORE THAN THREE YEARS after the pandemic brought the international art world screeching to a halt, we’re still figuring out how to...