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Whether you love established artists like Tracey Emin, Anish Kapoor, or Grayson Perry, or contemporary art created by up-and-coming young artists is more your style, you'll find some of the best art galleries in London to satisfy all your cultural cravings.

Mayfair and Surrounds

Mayfair is home to Sotheby's and Christie's auction houses, the Royal Academy of Arts, and many of London's leading art galleries, such as Gagosian, which represents Cy Twombly and Urs Fischer, and Hauser & Wirth, displaying Eva Hesse, Christina Quarles, and Jenny Holzer. Hidden gems like Sadie Coles HQ (also with galleries at Soho and St James), Simon Lee Gallery, and White Cube are also in this area, recognised for their strong suite of solo exhibitions by some of the world's best emerging and established artists.

In Grosvenor Hill, Almine Rech promotes perceptual and conceptual art and represents James Turrell, John McCracken, and Joseph Kosuth. Not far from Green Park is leading contemporary London art gallery, David Zwirner, which has fostered the careers of many established and influential artists and represents Yayoi Kusama, Luc Tuymans, and Rose Wylie.

Amanda Wilkinson Gallery puts female artists and those focussing on gender at the forefront of its exhibition programme, representing the likes of Laurie Simmons, Joan Jonas, and Julia Dubsky. Bartha Contemporary focuses on non-figurative and conceptual works by established American and European artists such as Clay Ketter and Julia Mangold.

Other member art galleries include Galerie Max Hetzler, which represents Ai Weiwei and Matthew Barney. Dellasposa Gallery, on London's Hyde Park Estate, represents Bridget Riley and David Shrigley and Gazelli Art House, specialising in art from Azerbaijan. Nearby, are Maddox Gallery, LGDR, Karsten Schubert, and HdM Gallery.

Focusing on contemporary South African art, Goodman Gallery represents the likes of William Kentridge and Sam Nhlengethwa. Marian Goodman Gallery represents international artists, including Gabriel Orozco and Danh Vo. Pilar Corrias promotes artist development and their relationships with public institutions and museums, displaying artists like Rachel Rose, Ragna Bley, and Sabine Moritz.

Further galleries in the heart of Mayfair include Pace Gallery, which represents Lee Ufan and Robert Rauschenberg, and Robilant+Voena, representing Andy Warhol and Lucio Fontana. In addition, Offer Waterman represents Lee Miller and Tarka Kings. The district is also home to Rosenfeld, Mazzoleni, Pi Artworks, Richard Saltoun Gallery, and Stern Pissarro Gallery.

Since the 2000s, Sprüth Magers has delivered diverse exhibition programmes, with its roster of artists including the likes of Cindy Sherman, Barbara Kruger, and Stephen Shore. Neighbouring Sprüth Magers is Waddington Custot, representing Bernar Venet and Joan Miró, and Tristan Hoare Gallery, which represents Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre. Also in the vicinity, you will find WORKPLACE, Unit London, MAMOTH, and Vardaxoglou.

East London Galleries

From the trendy borough of Hackney to the graffiti-dappled streets of Shoreditch, East London sprawls with creativity. Since the 1970s, the East End has been considered a hotbed for artists and galleries seeking studio and exhibition spaces. With an eclectic mix of commercial galleries, public institutions, and community-led project spaces, East London is an integral part of the wider London art scene.

Founded in 1901, Whitechapel Gallery is a powerhouse for modern and contemporary art, hosting exceptional artists, including Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Frida Kahlo, Mark Rothko, Sophie Calle, Lucian Freud, and Mark Wallinger. Alongside its exhibition programme, the gallery delivers a huge collection of displays, educational resources, historic archives, artist commissions, and artist talks, providing something free to see year-round.

Chisenhale Gallery champions contemporary art, commissioning and promoting exciting new international and British art. The gallery was initially founded by artists who endeavoured to establish an innovative, dynamic platform for contemporary creatives to experiment and pursue new directions. Artists who have exhibited at Chisenhale include Rachel Jones, Yu Ji, Mandy El-Sayegh, and Lawrence Abu Hamdan.

Considered one of the world's leading contemporary art galleries in London, Victoria Miro represents over 40 artists and estates and exhibits world-class artists such as Yayoi Kusama, Alice Neel, and Chris Ofili. Founded in Mayfair in 1985, Victoria Miro has since expanded to East London and Venice. Victoria Miro frequently participates in prominent art fairs, including Art Basel, Frieze, The Armory Show, and FIAC.

Other notable East London art galleries include Kate MacGarry, which represents Goshka Macuga and Francis Upritchard, and Maureen Paley, representing Gillian Wearing and Liam Gillick. Tabula Rasa Gallery represents Eva Zhang and Yuan Yuan.

East London is also home to First Thursdays, where over 150 galleries come together on the first Thursday of each month to run free exhibitions, book launches, and talks until late at night.

Among the many galleries, you can find a jumble of activities and hip hang-outs throughout the East End. On the weekends, Broadway Market and Columbia Road Flower Market bustle with shoppers looking for handmade crafts, food stalls, and beautiful blooms. Nearby, Clapton provides quieter surroundings with a Sunday market on Chatsworth Road and the charming Castle Cinema, an independent cinema with plush sofa seating.

Across Victoria Park on the east side is Hackney Wick, home to the annual Hackney WickED festival, where artists and venues of the vibrant Hackney Wick and Fish Island communities open their spaces to the public.

North London Galleries

Lisson Gallery is one of the cultural gems of North London. Established in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, Lisson heralds Minimal and Conceptual artists including Richard Long and Sol LeWitt. Sculptors Tony Cragg, Anish Kapoor, and Richard Deacon also regularly feature in the gallery's programme.

In the heart of North London is Camden Art Centre, a contemporary art gallery housed within a historic library building, that provides an extensive free programme of exhibitions, courses, events, and residencies. Artists including Yinka Shonibare, Martin Creed, and Kara Walker have exhibited here.

South London Galleries

In South Kensington, Cadogan Gallery upholds an artist-focused approach, exhibiting artists including Laurence Leenaert, Mimi Jung, and Perla Krauze. Nearby you will find Lehmann Maupin, which represents Do Ho Suh and Billy Childish.

Almine Rech contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Almine Rech Current Exhibition:
Amanda Wall +1 more
Amanda Wilkinson Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Amanda Wilkinson Gallery Current Exhibition:
Derek Jarman
Cadogan Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Cadogan Gallery Current Exhibition:
Tycjan Knut
Cardi Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Cardi Gallery Current Exhibition:
Sergio Lombardo
David Zwirner contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
David Zwirner Current Exhibition:
Robert Ryman
Dellasposa Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Dellasposa Gallery Current Exhibition:
Group Exhibition
Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill contemporary art gallery in Grosvenor Hill, London, United Kingdom
Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill Current Exhibition:
Richard Prince
Gagosian, Davies St contemporary art gallery in Davies Street, London, United Kingdom
Gagosian, Davies St Current Exhibition:
Jenny Saville
Gathering contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Gathering Current Exhibition:
Group Exhibition
Gazelli Art House contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Gazelli Art House Current Exhibition:
Pauline Boty
Goodman Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Goodman Gallery Current Exhibition:
Ghada Amer +1 more
Hauser & Wirth contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Hauser & Wirth Current Exhibition:
Avery Singer
Kate MacGarry contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Kate MacGarry Current Exhibition:
Grace Ndiritu
Lehmann Maupin contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Lehmann Maupin Current Exhibition:
Nari Ward
Lisson Gallery, Lisson St contemporary art gallery in Lisson Street, London, United Kingdom
Lisson Gallery, Lisson St Current Exhibition:
Masaomi Yasunaga
MAMOTH contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
MAMOTH Current Exhibition:
Jacob Mason-Macklin
Maureen Paley, Maureen Paley: Studio M contemporary art gallery in Maureen Paley: Studio M, London, United Kingdom
Maureen Paley, Maureen Paley: Studio M Current Exhibition:
Maureen Paley, London contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Maureen Paley, London Current Exhibition:
Mazzoleni contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Mazzoleni Current Exhibition:
Agostino Bonalumi, Lee Seung Jio
October Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
October Gallery Current Exhibition:
El Anatsui
Pace Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Pace Gallery Current Exhibition:
Paulina Olowska
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art Current Exhibition:
Group Exhibition +1 more
Pilar Corrias, Savile Row contemporary art gallery in Savile Row, London, United Kingdom
Pilar Corrias, Savile Row Current Exhibition:
Helen Johnson
Pilar Corrias, Conduit St contemporary art gallery in Conduit Street, London, United Kingdom
Pilar Corrias, Conduit St Current Exhibition:
Christina Quarles
Richard Saltoun Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Richard Saltoun Gallery Current Exhibition:
Group Exhibition
Robilant+Voena contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Robilant+Voena Current Exhibition:
Daniel Ambrosi
rosenfeld contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
rosenfeld Current Exhibition:
Ndidi Emefiele
Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly St contemporary art gallery in Kingly Street, London, United Kingdom
Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly St Current Exhibition:
Diego Marcon
Sadie Coles HQ, Davies St contemporary art gallery in Davies Street, London, United Kingdom
Sadie Coles HQ, Davies St Current Exhibition:
Co Westerik
Sprüth Magers contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Sprüth Magers Current Exhibition:
Keith Arnatt +1 more
Sundaram Tagore Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Current Exhibition:
Group Exhibition
Tabula Rasa Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Tabula Rasa Gallery Current Exhibition:
Group Exhibition
Tristan Hoare Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Tristan Hoare Gallery Current Exhibition:
Kaori Tatebayashi
Unit London contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Unit London Current Exhibition:
Miguel Ángel Payano Jr.
Vardaxoglou Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Vardaxoglou Gallery Current Exhibition:
Sebastian Lloyd Rees
Victoria Miro contemporary art gallery in Wharf Road, London, United Kingdom
Victoria Miro Current Exhibition:
Stephen Willats
Waddington Custot contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom
Waddington Custot Current Exhibition:
Sophia Vari
White Cube, Mason's Yard contemporary art gallery in Mason's Yard, London, United Kingdom
White Cube, Mason's Yard Current Exhibition:
Christine Ay Tjoe
White Cube, Bermondsey contemporary art gallery in Bermondsey, London, United Kingdom
White Cube, Bermondsey Current Exhibition:
Antony Gormley

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As an international centre for modern art, street art, and performance art, London is the ideal place to see some of the world's most well-known exhibitions. Boasting a variety of art spaces, including the Royal Academy of Arts, British Museum, Hayward Gallery, Camden Art Centre, Tate Modern, and Serpentine Galleries, as well as other notable art institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, National Portrait Gallery, and Barbican Art Gallery, visitors can explore an array of London exhibitions on display.

Best Exhibitions to See in London

London has hosted some of history's most ground-breaking exhibitions, augmenting the city's status as an art capital of the world. The landmark group show Freeze, organised by Damien Hirst in 1988, is widely regarded to have launched the era of the Young British Artists (YBAs) which includes Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas, Marc Quinn, Gavin Turk, and Liam Gillick, among others.

Internationally renowned artist retrospectives of local and international artists are also regularly presented by London galleries and institutions. In 2017, Tate Britain's David Hockney solo exhibition became the museum's most-visited exhibition. Tate Modern has held retrospectives of Agnes Martin, Anni Albers, Olafur Eliasson, and Louise Bourgeois.

Throughout the year, the city also houses some of the world's most reputable art fairs, attracting thousands of visitors from around the globe. Frieze London, along with Frieze Masters and Frieze Sculpture, have become key events for art calendars worldwide.

London hosts a diverse range of must-see exhibitions on display, featuring abstract art, still images, multi-screen installations, and other artistic disciplines, covering a range of focuses—from the Hispanic world to the Middle East, Europe, and beyond. You can view African photography, Van Gogh paintings, solo exhibitions of Post-Impressionist artists, notable women artists, or a pioneering exhibition featuring queer performers.

View our Gallery Member profiles to discover new paintings, prints, sculptures, and other installations currently showing in London for your own art history research, or to build your collection.

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London's museums and institutions offer a world-class arts and culture experience. Explore our selection of the best spaces to visit.

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In the heart of Millbank is the internationally renowned Tate Britain, which houses an unrivalled collection of British art from the 16th century to today. Tate Britain also organises the prestigious annual Turner Prize, first awarded in 1984, which recognises leading British visual artists.

A short walk from the Millennium Bridge is Tate Modern, which opened in 2000 to showcase the U.K.'s national collection of international modern and contemporary art. Tate Modern's iconic Turbine Hall has staged some of the most ambitious, large-scale installation works of the 21st century.

Other highlights include the Serpentine Galleries, with two locations just five minutes apart across Kensington Gardens. A leader in contemporary practice since 1970, the Serpentine supports emerging artists and creative practitioners through their free, year-round programme of exhibitions and events.

Further institutions, including the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) and Whitechapel Gallery, continue to provide a platform for pioneering contemporary artists, filmmakers, and cultural producers, with a global outlook.

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Ocula Advisory
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Led by Ocula's founder Simon Fisher, Ocula Advisory assists new and established collectors in growing and managing their collections. Based in Mayfair, the advisory team has an intimate knowledge of the London contemporary art scene.

With 40+ years of combined experience and extensive relationships with galleries, auction houses, art dealers, and collectors, Ocula Advisory has exceptional knowledge of modern and contemporary art, as well as market trends.

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Artists on show
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In any given week, you can see the works of some of the world's most exciting artists in London. Here you will find a selection of artists whose works are currently on show in the city.

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London has propelled the careers of U.K. and international artists, with its renowned galleries and museums providing a global stage for seminal exhibitions. Artists who have recently held major solo exhibitions in the city include Philip Guston, Sarah Lucas, Anselm Kiefer, Mike Nelson, and Chris Killip.

It was in London where the careers of the Young British Artists were launched. Known as the YBAs, this term is loosely applied to the collective of artists who began exhibiting together in the late 1980s. Adopting alternative attitudes to material and process, the young talents quickly gained attention for their provocative exhibitions. Notable YBAs include Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Cornelia Parker, Sarah Lucas, Michael Landy, and Gary Hume.

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Dead Angels by Derek Jarman contemporary artwork painting, mixed media
Derek Jarman Dead Angels, 1992 Oil on photocopy on canvas
251.5 x 149 cm
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Earth struggling to grow roots and leaves by El Anatsui contemporary artwork mixed media
El Anatsui Earth struggling to grow roots and leaves, 2023 Aluminium and copper wire
350 x 242 cm
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Feathers Fly by Susan Weil contemporary artwork painting, mixed media
Susan Weil Feathers Fly, 2021 Cut photo paper mounted on foam, glued on acrylic on Styrofoam ceiling tiles, mounted on Masonite
150 x 100 x 4 cm
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Glavier by Becky Tucker contemporary artwork ceramics
Becky Tucker Glavier, 2023 Ceramics: Glazed stoneware
Pi Artworks Request Price & Availability
Emmaus III by Elise Ansel contemporary artwork painting
Elise Ansel Emmaus III, 2023 Oil on Linen
102 x 127 cm
Cadogan Gallery
Study #65 by Theo Pinto contemporary artwork painting
Theo Pinto Study #65, 2023 Oil on panel
48 x 38 cm
Cadogan Gallery
Transference love by Helen Johnson contemporary artwork painting
Helen Johnson Transference love, 2023 Synthetic polymer paint on canvas (double-sided)
220 x 165 cm
Pilar Corrias Request Price & Availability
Near Sherborne Dorset by Derek Boshier contemporary artwork works on paper, drawing
Derek Boshier Near Sherborne Dorset, 2022 Pencil on paper
46.4 x 31.8 cm
Gazelli Art House Contact Gallery
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Throughout the year, some of the world's largest art events take place in London, with the annual fair Frieze London arguably the city's most anticipated contemporary art event.

11–15 October 2023 Frieze London
11–15 October 2023 Frieze Masters

London is an internationally-renowned destination for lovers of modern and contemporary art, with a vibrant, diverse scene that is home to countless galleries, institutions, and non-profit spaces.

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Throughout the year, some of the world's largest art events take place in the city, with the annual fair Frieze London arguably the city's most anticipated commercial art event.

Featuring curated sections, talks, and events from more than 160 of the world's most outstanding contemporary galleries, the week-long fair transforms The Regent's Park each October. It is Frieze's prized flagship fair, with further editions since launched in New York, Los Angeles, and Seoul.

Also taking place each autumn is the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, the only international art fair dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and the African diaspora. Hosted at Somerset House, 1-54 has included a series of special projects, a forum, and a talks programme.

More Than a Pit Stop for Mega Art Collectors

But, of course, London is more than a just pit stop for mega-collectors and star curators: the city is home to countless artist-run initiatives and non-profits that have long formed the beating heart of the London arts ecology.

In South London, 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning promotes under-represented artists, curators, and communities, providing a platform for arts education and creative enterprise for over 30 years. In Croydon is Turf Projects, the borough's first artist-run contemporary art space that shares a similarly communal ethos that drives its dynamic programme of exhibitions and events.

The itinerant b.Dewitt Gallery—a dedicated gateway to the international art scene for U.K.-based artists—combines the responsiveness of an artist-run initiative with the ambition of a brick-and-mortar gallery. In Islington, the artist-run cooperative Cubitt operates a critical, peer-led exhibition and education programme; while in Camberwell, the South London Gallery presents exhibitions, films, and live events with an emphasis on promoting new work by British and international artists.

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In East London, Chisenhale Gallery has made its name over the years as a bellwether of contemporary art, commissioning new works by the likes of Rosalind Nashashibi, Ed Atkins, Amalia Pica, Park McArthur, and Hannah Black, in the formative stages of their careers.

Similarly, Gasworks in Vauxhall is known for its exhibitions, public events, and acclaimed residency and studio programmes. Across the River Thames in Bethnal Green is Auto Italia, an artist-run project space that focuses on commissioning new works by emerging artists.

In Waterlow Park, the non-profit U.K. agency LUX showcases and supports artists working in moving image. Nearby, you will find the Highgate Cemetery, where notable figures including Karl Marx, George Eliot, and Malcolm McLaren are buried.

New arts organisations continue to pop up around London, offering innovative, experimental, and collaborative models for exhibition-making. Established in 2018 is V.O Curations, a space devoted to supporting emerging and under-represented artists, which today spans three locations in Mayfair, Angel, and Tower of London. In South Kensington is Cromwell Place, a membership organisation offering a thriving, first-of-its-kind exhibition and studio hub for member galleries.

CONDO in London

For those in London from January through February, the international gallery exchange Condo brings together some of the world's most talked about artists, with London host galleries sharing their spaces with visiting galleries. Founded in 2016 by Vanessa Carlos of Carlos/Ishikawa, whose roster of artists includes Oscar Murillo and Korakrit Arunanondchai, Condo has expanded to include Mexico City, New York, Shanghai, Athens, and São Paolo. Its list of participants reads like a veritable roll call of London's foremost small- to mid-scale commercial galleries: Phillida Reid, Arcadia Missa, Rodeo, and Pilar Corrias (all in West London); Project Native Informant, Hollybush Gardens, Kate MacGarry, Emalin, Union Pacific, Modern Art, The Approach, and Maureen Paley (East London); and greengrassi and The Sunday Painter (South London).

The Serpentine Gallery and Pavilion

The annual Serpentine Pavilion commission is one of London's trademark art events, for which the gallery invites renowned architects to design temporary structures in Hyde Park. With collaborators including Herzog & de Meuron, Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, and SANAA, it is no surprise that the pavilion attracts significant international attention.

London Art Museums and Institutions

London's larger galleries and museums exert their own force with a revolving programme that promotes artists ranging from early career to blue-chip. Head to The Photographers' Gallery to see the best in lens-based art, the Royal Academy for crowd-pleasing exhibitions and an annual summer show, or the Barbican to experience one of London's great architectural marvels.

Give yourself several hours to explore the ambitious exhibitions on show year-round at the Southbank Centre's Hayward Gallery, and take your time to see what's on offer at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London's home of cutting-edge film programming.

A visit to London would be incomplete without a trip to Tate Britain or Tate Modern. For smaller but no less stimulating exhibitions, visit Camden Art Centre, Serpentine Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, or Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art (designed by Turner Prize-winning architects, Assemble). Finish with a trip to the historic Victoria and Albert Museum—home of epoch-making blockbusters such as Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty and David Bowie is.

Almine Rech
Broadbent House
Grosvenor Hill
London Current Exhibition:Amanda Wall
22 November–22 December 2023
Amanda Wilkinson Gallery
1st Floor, 47 Farringdon Road
London Current Exhibition:Derek Jarman
5 October–16 December 2023
7 Ledbury Mews North
Notting Hill
Cadogan Gallery
87 Old Brompton Rd
South Kensington
London Current Exhibition:Tycjan Knut
Chroma Cut
21 November–20 December 2023
Cardi Gallery
22 Grafton Street
London Current Exhibition:Sergio Lombardo
9 October–22 December 2023
David Zwirner
24 Grafton Street
London Current Exhibition:Robert Ryman
30 November 2023–13 January 2024
Dellasposa Gallery
2A Bathurst Street
London Current Exhibition:Group Exhibition
Printed Perspectives
23 November 2023–5 January 2024
Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill
20 Grosvenor Hill
London Current Exhibition:Richard Prince
Early Photography, 1977–87
5 October–22 December 2023
Gagosian, Davies St
17–19 Davies Street
London Current Exhibition:Jenny Saville
30 November 2023–10 February 2024
5 Warwick Street
London Current Exhibition:Group Exhibition
Pictures of Us
1 December 2023–13 January 2024
Gazelli Art House
39 Dover Street
London Current Exhibition:Pauline Boty
A Portrait
1 December 2023–24 January 2024
Goodman Gallery
26 Cork Street
London Current Exhibition:Ghada Amer
15 November–22 December 2023
Hauser & Wirth
23 Savile Row
London Current Exhibition:Avery Singer
Free Fall
10 October–22 December 2023
42 Conduit Street
Karsten Schubert London
44 Lexington Street
Kate MacGarry
27 Old Nichol Street
London Current Exhibition:Grace Ndiritu
3 November–16 December 2023
Lehmann Maupin
1 Cromwell Place
London Current Exhibition:Nari Ward
Balance Fountain
15 November 2023–13 January 2024
Lévy Gorvy Dayan
22 Old Bond Street
Lisson Gallery, Bell St
27 Bell Street
Lisson Gallery, Lisson St
67 Lisson Street
London Current Exhibition:Masaomi Yasunaga
Clouds in the Distance
From 15 November 2023
3 Endsleigh Street
London Current Exhibition:Jacob Mason-Macklin
22 November 2023–13 January 2024
Maureen Paley, Maureen Paley: Studio M
Rochelle School
7 Playground Gardens
London Current Exhibition:MAX HOOPER SCHNEIDER
Twilight at the Earth’s Crust
27 October–17 December 2023
Maureen Paley, London
60 Three Colts Lane
London Current Exhibition:MAX HOOPER SCHNEIDER
Twilight at the Earth’s Crust
27 October–17 December 2023
15 Old Bond Street
London Current Exhibition:Agostino Bonalumi, Lee Seung Jio
The Paradox of Proximity
10 October–19 December 2023
October Gallery
24 Old Gloucester Street
London Current Exhibition:El Anatsui
11 October 2023–13 January 2024
Offer Waterman
17 St George Street
Pace Gallery
5 Hanover Square
London Current Exhibition:Paulina Olowska
Squelchy Garden Mules and Mamunas
22 November 2023–6 January 2024
6 Wetherby Gardens
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art
11 Church St
London Current Exhibition:Group Exhibition
All Over Again
16 November 2023–13 January 2024
Pi Artworks
55 Eastcastle Street
Pilar Corrias, Savile Row
2 Savile Row
London Current Exhibition:Helen Johnson
16 November 2023–6 January 2024
Pilar Corrias, Conduit St
49–51 Conduit Street
London Current Exhibition:Christina Quarles
Tripping Over My Joy
10 October–16 December 2023
Richard Saltoun Gallery
41 Dover St
London Current Exhibition:Group Exhibition
Women's Work is Never Done
14 November 2023–27 January 2024
38 Dover Street
London Current Exhibition:Daniel Ambrosi
Daniel Ambrosi. AI and the Landscapes of Capability Brown
6 October–15 December 2023
37 Rathbone Street
London Current Exhibition:Ndidi Emefiele
The Gift of Fellowship
13 October–9 December 2023
Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly St
62 Kingly Street
London Current Exhibition:Diego Marcon
2 November–16 December 2023
Sadie Coles HQ, Davies St
1 Davies Street
London Current Exhibition:Co Westerik
14 November 2023–13 January 2024
Sadie Coles HQ, Bury St
8 Bury Street
Sprüth Magers
7A Grafton Street
London Current Exhibition:Keith Arnatt
Eden 69–89
22 November 2023–3 February 2024
Sundaram Tagore Gallery
4 Cromwell Place
Gallery 8
London Current Exhibition:Group Exhibition
Sense of Materiality
17 November 2023–27 January 2024
Tabula Rasa Gallery
Unit One
99 East Rd, Hoxton, N1 6AQ
London Current Exhibition:Group Exhibition
things fall apart; the centre cannot hold
30 November 2023–26 January 2024
Tristan Hoare Gallery
Six Fitzroy Square
London Current Exhibition:Kaori Tatebayashi
Still Life
10 November–15 December 2023
Unit London
3 Hanover Square
London Current Exhibition:Miguel Ángel Payano Jr.
7 November–19 December 2023
Vardaxoglou Gallery
7 Royalty Mews
Dean Street
London Current Exhibition:Sebastian Lloyd Rees
Eternity and a Day
15 November–16 December 2023
Victoria Miro
16 Wharf Road
London Current Exhibition:Stephen Willats
Time Tumbler
22 November 2023–13 January 2024
Waddington Custot
11 Cork Street
London Current Exhibition:Sophia Vari
17 November 2023–27 January 2024
White Cube, Mason's Yard
25–26 Mason's Yard
London Current Exhibition:Christine Ay Tjoe
Lesser Numerator
17 November 2023–13 January 2024
White Cube, Bermondsey
144–152 Bermondsey Street
London Current Exhibition:Antony Gormley
Body Politic
22 November 2023–28 January 2024
Alison Jacques Gallery
16-18 Berners Street
Arcadia Missa
35 Duke Street
132 Tyers Street
Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
Campoli Presti
223 Cambridge Heath Road
Carl Kostyal
12a Savile Row, London
Unit 4
88 Mile End Road
Cassius & Co
63 Kinnerton St
Castor Gallery
Kirkman House
12 - 14 Whitfield Street
Class Reiss
96 Robert Street
1a Kempsford Road
Cristea Roberts Gallery
43 Pall Mall
1 Holywell Lane
144 New Bond St
Frith Street Gallery
7-18 Golden Square
Galerie Max Hetzler
First Floor
41 Dover Street
general information
1st Floor
38 Old Bond Street
Ginny on Frederick
99 Charterhouse St
1a Kempsford Road
2 Bourdon Street
Hales Gallery
7 Bethnal Green Road
Harlesden High Street
57 High Street
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
38 Bury Street
St James's
Herald St
Hollybush Gardens
1–2 Warner Yard
Kirkman House
12 - 14 Whitfield Street
Josh Lilley
40 – 46 Riding House Street
Luxembourg + Co
2 Savile Row
Massimo De Carlo
16 Clifford Street
47 Mortimer Street
Michael Werner Gallery
22 Upper Brook Street
Modern Art
7 Bury Street
mother’s tankstation
Dressage Court
48 Three Colts Lane
Bethnal Green
Nahmad Projects
2 Cork St
25 Savile Row
Phillida Reid
10–16 Grape Street
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
6 Heddon Street
Project Native Informant
Units 1 and 3
48 Three Colts Lane
12a Bourdon Street
Ronchini Gallery
22 Dering Street
Seventeen Gallery
270-276 Kingsland Road
8 Bennet Street
Soft Opening
6 Minerva Street London
23 heddon street
Stephen Friedman Gallery
25-28 Old Burlington Street
Thaddaeus Ropac
37 Dover Street
The Approach
1st Floor, 47 Approach Road
Bethnal Green
The Artist Room
76 Brewer St, Floor 3
The Sunday Painter
117-119 South Lambeth Road
Thomas Dane Gallery
3 & 11 Duke Street
St James's
Timothy Taylor
15 Bolton Street
Tiwani Contemporary
16 Little Portland St
17 Goulston Street
15 Bermondsey Square
Asymmetry Art Foundation
Flat 1, 102a Albion Drive
Camden Art Centre
Arkwright Road
Chisenhale Gallery
64 Chisenhale Road
Delfina Foundation
29/31 Catherine Place
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Gallery Rd
155 Vauxhall Street
Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art
St James’ New Cross
Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road
Institute of Contemporary Arts London
The Mall, St. James's
Mimosa House
47 Theobalds Rd
National Gallery London
Trafalgar Square London WC2N 5DN
National Portrait Gallery
St Martin's Place
Newport St Gallery
1 Newport Street
Royal Academy of Art
Burlington House, Piccadilly
Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York's HQ
King's Road
Serpentine Gallery
Kensington Gardens
Southwark Park Galleries
Lake Gallery
1 Park Approach
Southwark Park
Studio Voltaire
1a Nelsons Row
Tate Britain
Tate Modern
The Courtauld Gallery
Somerset House
The Mosaic Rooms
226 Cromwell Rd
The Perimeter
20 Brownlow Mews
The Showroom London
63 Penfold Street
The Wallace Collection
Hertford House
Manchester Square
Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
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