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City Guide: London and its Contemporary Art Spaces and Exhibitions

London's most anticipated commercial art event is, arguably, the annual Frieze Art Fair. Featuring curated sections, talks programmes, and more than 160 of the world's most outstanding galleries, the week-long fair in October is the Frieze brand's prized flagship, even with editions in New York and Los Angeles. Over at Somerset House, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair takes place over five days. Recent editions have included a series of special projects, a forum, and a talks programme.

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But, of course, London is more than a pit stop for mega-collectors and star curators: it is home to countless artist-run initiatives and not-for-profits that have long formed the beating heart of the city's arts ecology. In South London, 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning focuses on supporting BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic, and Refugee) artists and curators in breaking through the art-world's racial and socio-economic barriers. For over 30 years, their aim has been to foster sustainability and an enduring sense of community. Turf Projects, the first contemporary art space run by artists in Croydon, has a similarly communal ethos behind its dynamic programme of exhibitions and public events. Founded in 2013 and located in two former retail units, Turf showcases the work of emerging and established, as well as local and international, artists.

Meanwhile, the itinerant b.Dewitt Gallery—a self-described 'entry point to the international art scene for U.K. based artists'—combines the responsiveness of an artist-run initiative with the ambition of a bricks and mortar gallery. In Islington, Cubitt fosters critical, peer-led activity including a locally-focused art education programme, while South London Gallery's collection and history, dating as far back as the 19th century, has proved no impediment to staying as relevant as its non-collecting counterparts.

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, during the formative stages of their careers. Similarly, Gasworks in Vauxhall is best-known for its solo exhibitions and public events—but its residency and studio programmes are just as worthy of acclaim. A half-hour away from Gasworks, you can experience Auto Italia's commissioned collaborations with emerging artists, many of whom go on to exhibit all over Europe. And across the city, in northwest London's Waterlow Park, LUX—Europe's largest distributor of artists' film and video—showcases the best in moving-image, including the work of several Turner Prize winners and nominees. Check out their latest offering before strolling through Waterlow Park en route to the nearby Highgate cemetery, where you will find the tombs of Karl Marx, George Eliot, and Malcolm McLaren.

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

The annual Serpentine pavilion commission is possibly the trademark London art event, for which the gallery invites renowned architects to design temporary structures in Hyde Park. With collaborators like Herzog de Meuron, Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, and SANAA, it is no surprise that the pavilion attracts as much international attention.

London's larger galleries and museums exert their own force with a revolving programme that ranges from early career to blue-chip. Head to The Photographers' Gallery to see the best in lens-based art, the Royal Academy for its crowd-pleasing exhibitions and annual summer show, or stop by The Barbican and experience the surrounding brutalist complex that is one of London's great architectural marvels. At Southbank Centre's Hayward Gallery, give yourself several hours to see one of its large-scale exhibitions before heading to the Institute of Contemporary Art, which has recently emerged as London's home of cutting edge film programming.

An experience of London's art world would be incomplete without a trip to Tate Britain or, the most popular modern art museum in the world, Tate Modern. For smaller crowds but no less stimulating shows, visit Camden Arts Centre, Serpentine Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, or the recently inaugurated Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art (designed by Turner Prize-winning architects, Assemble). Finish with a trip to see the National Portrait Gallery's storied collection and Victoria & Albert Museum—home of epoch-making blockbusters such as Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty and David Bowie Is.


Current Exhibition | London
23 September–18 December 2020
Jonas Pequeno

/ˈfəʊli/ Foley

Huxley-Parlour, London View Exhibition
Courtesy Huxley-Parlour.
/ˈfəʊli/ Foley
Current Exhibition | London
22 September–24 October 2020
Lisa Sanditz

Mud Season

Huxley-Parlour, London View Exhibition
Courtesy Huxley-Parlour.
Mud Season
Current Exhibition | London
22 September–19 November 2020
Mary Weatherford

Train Yards

Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, London View Exhibition
Mary Weatherford, Orion’s Belt (2016). © Mary Weatherford. Courtesy Gagosian. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio.
Train Yards
Current Exhibition | London
16 September–17 October 2020
Helen Marten

18 Works on Paper

Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly St, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Helen Marten, 18 Works on Paper, Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly Street, London (16 September–17 October 2020). © Helen Marten. Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Robert Glowacki.
18 Works on Paper
Current Exhibition | London
16 September–25 October 2020
Gillian Wearing

Lockdown

Maureen Paley, London View Exhibition
Lockdown
Current Exhibition | London
16 September–19 December 2020
Dana Schutz

Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly

Thomas Dane Gallery, London View Exhibition
Dana Schutz, Boat Group, 2020, oil on canvas. © Dana Schutz. Photo: Jason Mandella. 
Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly
Current Exhibition | London
16 September–20 December 2020
Group Exhibition

Tales from the Colony Room

Dellasposa Gallery, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Group Exhibition, Tales from the Colony Room, Dellasposa Gallery, London (16 September–20 December 2020).
Tales from the Colony Room
Current Exhibition | London
15–30 September 2020
Paul Cezanne, Tess Jaray

Paul Cezanne: Drawings | Tess Jaray: Roundels

Room 2, Soho, London View Exhibition
Tess Jaray, For Your Eyes Only Pink & Turquoise (2020). Courtesy Karsten Schubert. 
Paul Cezanne: Drawings | Tess Jaray: Roundels
Current Exhibition | London
15 September–31 October 2020
Portia Zvavahera

Ndakavata pasi ndikamutswa nekuti anonditsigira

David Zwirner, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Portia Zvavahera, Ndakavata pasi ndikamutswa nekuti anonditsigira, David Zwirner, London (15 September–31 October 2020). Courtesy David Zwirner.
Ndakavata pasi ndikamutswa nekuti anonditsigira
Current Exhibition | London
15 September–31 October 2020
Josh Smith

Spectre

David Zwirner, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Josh Smith, Spectre, David Zwirner, London (15 September–31 October 2020). Courtesy David Zwirner.
Spectre
Current Exhibition | London
15 September–31 October 2020
Grayson Perry

The MOST Specialest Relationship

Victoria Miro, Wharf Rd, London View Exhibition
Grayson Perry, Sacred Beliefs of the Liberal Elite (2020) (detail). Ceramic. 57 x 51 x 51 cm. © Grayson Perry. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro.
The MOST Specialest Relationship
Current Exhibition | London
10 September–17 October 2020
Helen Cammock

I Decided I Want to Walk

Kate MacGarry, London View Exhibition
Helen Cammock, They Call It Idlewild (2020) (film still). HD digital video. Courtesy the artist and Kate MacGarry, London.
I Decided I Want to Walk
Current Exhibition | London
10 September–10 November 2020
Trevor Paglen

Bloom

Pace Gallery, London View Exhibition
Trevor Paglen, Bloom (#7a5a4e) (2020) (detail). Dye sublimation print. 175.3 cm × 233.7 cm. © Trevor Paglen. Courtesy the artist.
Bloom
Current Exhibition | London
8–26 September 2020
Sophie von Hellermann

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Pilar Corrias, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view:  Sophie Von Hellerman, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Pilar Corrias, London (8 Seprember–26 September 2020). Courtesy Pilar Corrias. 
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Current Exhibition | London
8–26 September 2020
Gisela McDaniel

Making WAY/FARING Well

Pilar Corrias, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Gisela McDaniel, Making WAY/FARING Well, Pilar Corrias Gallery (8 September–26 September 2020). Courtesy Pilar Corrias.
Making WAY/FARING Well
Current Exhibition | London
8 September–3 October 2020
David Murphy

New Tints

Bartha Contemporary, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: David Murphy, New Tints, Bartha Contemporary, London (8 September–3 October 2020). Courtesy Bartha Contemporary.
New Tints
Current Exhibition | London
8 September–24 October 2020
Tavares Strachan

In Plain Sight

Marian Goodman Gallery, London View Exhibition
Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery.
In Plain Sight
Current Exhibition | London
7 September–14 October 2020
Toby Ziegler

The sudden longing to collapse 30 years of distance

Simon Lee Gallery, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Toby Ziegler, The sudden longing to collapse 30 years of distance, Simon Lee Gallery, London (7 September–14 October 2020). Courtesy the artist and Simon Lee Gallery.
The sudden longing to collapse 30 years of distance
Current Exhibition | London
4–27 September 2020
Pablo Reinoso

Special Focus: Part I

Waddington Custot, London View Exhibition
Pablo Reinoso, Curly Bench, (2019). © Rodrigo Reinoso. Courtesy Waddington Custot. 
Special Focus: Part I
Current Exhibition | London
3–26 September 2020
Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum

Battlecry

Goodman Gallery, London View Exhibition
Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, The Knitter (2020) (detail). Pencil and oil on wood panel. Courtesy Goodman Gallery.
Battlecry
Current Exhibition | London
3–26 September 2020
Mateo López

Make Do and Mend

Goodman Gallery, London View Exhibition
Mateo López, The waste of my time, Composition #17 (2020) (detail). Courtesy Goodman Gallery.
Make Do and Mend
Current Exhibition | London
3 September–4 October 2020
Group Exhibition

Enter Through The Headset 5

Gazelli Art House, London View Exhibition

Mbryonic (Tom Szrites & Xan Adderley) with Xavier Sole, Sun Followers (2018). Virtual environment. © Mbryonic (Tom Szrites & Xan Adderley) with Xavier Sole. Courtesy Gazelli Art House.

Enter Through The Headset 5
Current Exhibition | London
3 September–17 October 2020
Wilhelm Sasnal
Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly St, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Wilhelm Sasnal, Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly Street, London (3 September–17 October 2020). © Wilhelm Sasnal. Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Robert Glowacki.
Wilhelm Sasnal
Current Exhibition | London
3 September–24 October 2020
Klara Liden

Turn Me On

Sadie Coles HQ, Davies St, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Klara Liden, Turn Me On, Sadie Coles HQ, Davies Street, London (3 September–24 October 2020). © Klara Liden. Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Robert Glowacki. 
Turn Me On
Current Exhibition | London
3 September–29 October 2020
Bob Law

Ideas, Energies, Transmutations

Richard Saltoun Gallery, London View Exhibition
Bob Law, River Avon Gorge, 1966. Pencil and collage on paper. Courtesy of the Estate of Bob Law. 
Ideas, Energies, Transmutations
Current Exhibition | London
1–26 September 2020
Allen Jones
Almine Rech, London View Exhibition

Exhibition view: Allen Jones, Almine Rech, London (1–26 September 2020). Courtesy the Artist and Almine Rech. Photo: Melissa Castro Duarte.

Allen Jones
Current Exhibition | London
1–26 September 2020
Group Exhibition

No Man is an Island

Almine Rech, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Group Exhibition, No Man is an Island, Almine Rech, London (1–26 September 2020). Courtesy the Artist and Almine Rech. Photo: Melissa Castro Duarte.
No Man is an Island
Current Exhibition | London
2 March–12 December 2020
Mimmo Rotella

Beyond Décollage: Photo Emulsions and Artypos, 1963-1980

Cardi Gallery, London View Exhibition
Exhibition view: Mimmo Rotello, Beyond Décollage: Photo Emulsions and Artypos, 1963–1980, Cardi Gallery, London (3 March–12 December 2020). Courtesy Cardi Gallery. 
Beyond Décollage: Photo Emulsions and Artypos, 1963-1980
Upcoming Exhibition | London
29 September–12 December 2020
Meleko Mokgosi

Democratic Intuition

Gagosian, Britannia St, London View Exhibition
Meleko Mokgosi, Bread, Butter, and Power (2018) (detail). © Meleko Mokgosi. Courtesy Gagosian. 
Democratic Intuition
Upcoming Exhibition | London
1 October–28 November 2020
Group Exhibition

Rome – Milan: Space and Colour, Rhythm and Matter

Mazzoleni, London View Exhibition
Rome – Milan: Space and Colour, Rhythm and Matter
Upcoming Exhibition | London
6 October–7 November 2020
Laure Prouvost

Re-dit-en-un-in-learning CENTER

Lisson Gallery, Lisson St, London View Exhibition
Courtesy Lisson Gallery.
Re-dit-en-un-in-learning CENTER
Upcoming Exhibition | London
6 October–7 November 2020
Mary Corse

Variations

Lisson Gallery, Bell St, London View Exhibition
Courtesy Lisson Gallery.
Variations
Upcoming Exhibition | London
6 October–17 November 2020
Fabienne Verdier

The Vortex Paintings

Waddington Custot, London View Exhibition
Courtesy Waddington Custot. 
The Vortex Paintings
Upcoming Exhibition | London
6 October–27 November 2020
María Berrío

Flowered Songs and Broken Currents

Victoria Miro, Mayfair, London View Exhibition
María Berrío, The Combed Thunderclap (2020). Collage with Japanese paper and watercolour paint on canvas. 76.2 x 61 cm. © María Berrío. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro.
Flowered Songs and Broken Currents
Upcoming Exhibition | London
6 October–23 December 2020
Rashid Johnson

Waves

Hauser & Wirth, London View Exhibition
Rashid Johnson in the studio (2020). © Rashid Johnson. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Axel Dupeux.
Waves
Upcoming Exhibition | London
9 October 2020–23 January 2021
Group Exhibition

Dynamic Visions

Tornabuoni Art, London View Exhibition
Victor Vasarely, EG (1965). Tempera on wood. 80 x 80 cm. Courtesy Tornabuoni Art. 
Dynamic Visions
Upcoming Exhibition | London
20 October 2020–16 January 2021
Jim Shaw
Simon Lee Gallery, London View Exhibition
Jim Shaw, The Hope That Blinds (2020) (detail). Acrylic on muslin. 124.5 x 96.5 x 4.4 cm. Courtesy the artist and Simon Lee Gallery.
Jim Shaw
Upcoming Exhibition | London
27 October–18 December 2020
Paul Graham

A1

Huxley-Parlour, London View Exhibition
Courtesy Huxley-Parlour.
A1
Upcoming Exhibition | London
10 November–18 December 2020
Chantal Joffe
Victoria Miro, Wharf Rd, London View Exhibition
Chantal Joffe, My Mother with Spot and Fern (2016). Pastel on paper. 40 x 30 cm. © Chantal Joffe. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro.
Chantal Joffe

Current Exhibitions In London

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Contemporary art exhibition, Jonas Pequeno, /ˈfəʊli/ Foley at Huxley-Parlour, London
23 September–18 December 2020 Jonas Pequeno /ˈfəʊli/ Foley Huxley-Parlour, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Lisa Sanditz, Mud Season at Huxley-Parlour, London
22 September–24 October 2020 Lisa Sanditz Mud Season Huxley-Parlour, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Mary Weatherford, Train Yards at Gagosian, London
22 September–19 November 2020 Mary Weatherford Train Yards Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, LondonGrosvenor Hill, London
Contemporary art exhibition, Helen Marten, 18 Works on Paper at Sadie Coles HQ, London
16 September–17 October 2020 Helen Marten 18 Works on Paper Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly St, LondonKingly Street
Contemporary art exhibition, Gillian Wearing, Lockdown at Maureen Paley, London
16 September–25 October 2020 Gillian Wearing Lockdown Maureen Paley, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Dana Schutz, Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly at Thomas Dane Gallery, London
16 September–19 December 2020 Dana Schutz Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly Thomas Dane Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Tales from the Colony Room at Dellasposa Gallery, London
16 September–20 December 2020 Group Exhibition Tales from the Colony Room Dellasposa Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Paul Cezanne, Tess Jaray, Paul Cezanne: Drawings | Tess Jaray: Roundels at Karsten Schubert, London
15–30 September 2020 Paul Cezanne, Tess Jaray Paul Cezanne: Drawings | Tess Jaray: Roundels Room 2, Soho, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Portia Zvavahera, Ndakavata pasi ndikamutswa nekuti anonditsigira at David Zwirner, London
15 September–31 October 2020 Portia Zvavahera Ndakavata pasi ndikamutswa nekuti anonditsigira David Zwirner, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Josh Smith, Spectre at David Zwirner, London
15 September–31 October 2020 Josh Smith Spectre David Zwirner, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Grayson Perry, The MOST Specialest Relationship at Victoria Miro, London
15 September–31 October 2020 Grayson Perry The MOST Specialest Relationship Victoria Miro, Wharf Rd, LondonWharf Road, London
Contemporary art exhibition, Helen Cammock, I Decided I Want to Walk at Kate MacGarry, London
10 September–17 October 2020 Helen Cammock I Decided I Want to Walk Kate MacGarry, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Trevor Paglen, Bloom at Pace Gallery, London
10 September–10 November 2020 Trevor Paglen Bloom Pace Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Sophie von Hellermann, A Midsummer Night's Dream at Pilar Corrias, London
8–26 September 2020 Sophie von Hellermann A Midsummer Night's Dream Pilar Corrias, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Gisela McDaniel, Making WAY/FARING Well at Pilar Corrias, London
8–26 September 2020 Gisela McDaniel Making WAY/FARING Well Pilar Corrias, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, David Murphy, New Tints at Bartha Contemporary, London
8 September–3 October 2020 David Murphy New Tints Bartha Contemporary, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Tavares Strachan, In Plain Sight at Marian Goodman Gallery, London
8 September–24 October 2020 Tavares Strachan In Plain Sight Marian Goodman Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Toby Ziegler, The sudden longing to collapse 30 years of distance at Simon Lee Gallery, London
7 September–14 October 2020 Toby Ziegler The sudden longing to collapse 30 years of distance Simon Lee Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Pablo Reinoso, Special Focus: Part I at Waddington Custot, London
4–27 September 2020 Pablo Reinoso Special Focus: Part I Waddington Custot, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, Battlecry at Goodman Gallery, London
3–26 September 2020 Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum Battlecry Goodman Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Mateo López, Make Do and Mend at Goodman Gallery, London
3–26 September 2020 Mateo López Make Do and Mend Goodman Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Enter Through The Headset 5 at Gazelli Art House, London
3 September–4 October 2020 Group Exhibition Enter Through The Headset 5 Gazelli Art House, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Wilhelm Sasnal, Wilhelm Sasnal at Sadie Coles HQ, London
3 September–17 October 2020 Wilhelm Sasnal Sadie Coles HQ, Kingly St, LondonKingly Street
Contemporary art exhibition, Klara Liden, Turn Me On at Sadie Coles HQ, London
3 September–24 October 2020 Klara Liden Turn Me On Sadie Coles HQ, Davies St, LondonDavies Street
Contemporary art exhibition, Bob Law, Ideas, Energies, Transmutations at Richard Saltoun Gallery, London
3 September–29 October 2020 Bob Law Ideas, Energies, Transmutations Richard Saltoun Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Allen Jones, Allen Jones at Almine Rech, London
1–26 September 2020 Allen Jones Almine Rech, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, No Man is an Island at Almine Rech, London
1–26 September 2020 Group Exhibition No Man is an Island Almine Rech, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Mimmo Rotella, Beyond Décollage: Photo Emulsions and Artypos, 1963-1980 at Cardi Gallery, London
2 March–12 December 2020 Mimmo Rotella Beyond Décollage: Photo Emulsions and Artypos, 1963-1980 Cardi Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Meleko Mokgosi, Democratic Intuition at Gagosian, London
29 September–12 December 2020 Meleko Mokgosi Democratic Intuition Gagosian, Britannia St, LondonBritannia Street, London
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Rome – Milan: Space and Colour, Rhythm and Matter at Mazzoleni, London
1 October–28 November 2020 Group Exhibition Rome – Milan: Space and Colour, Rhythm and Matter Mazzoleni, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Laure Prouvost, Re-dit-en-un-in-learning CENTER at Lisson Gallery, London
6 October–7 November 2020 Laure Prouvost Re-dit-en-un-in-learning CENTER Lisson Gallery, Lisson St, LondonLisson Street, London
Contemporary art exhibition, Mary Corse, Variations at Lisson Gallery, London
6 October–7 November 2020 Mary Corse Variations Lisson Gallery, Bell St, LondonBell Street, London
Contemporary art exhibition, Fabienne Verdier, The Vortex Paintings at Waddington Custot, London
6 October–17 November 2020 Fabienne Verdier The Vortex Paintings Waddington Custot, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, María Berrío, Flowered Songs and Broken Currents at Victoria Miro, London
6 October–27 November 2020 María Berrío Flowered Songs and Broken Currents Victoria Miro, Mayfair, LondonMayfair, London
Contemporary art exhibition, Rashid Johnson, Waves at Hauser & Wirth, London
6 October–23 December 2020 Rashid Johnson Waves Hauser & Wirth, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Dynamic Visions at Tornabuoni Art, London
9 October 2020–23 January 2021 Group Exhibition Dynamic Visions Tornabuoni Art, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Jim Shaw, Jim Shaw at Simon Lee Gallery, London
20 October 2020–16 January 2021 Jim Shaw Simon Lee Gallery, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Paul Graham, A1 at Huxley-Parlour, London
27 October–18 December 2020 Paul Graham A1 Huxley-Parlour, LondonLondon
Contemporary art exhibition, Chantal Joffe, Chantal Joffe at Victoria Miro, London
10 November–18 December 2020 Chantal Joffe Victoria Miro, Wharf Rd, LondonWharf Road, London

Ocula Member Galleries In London

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Almine Rech contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Almine Rech Brussels, London, New York, Paris, Shanghai
Campoli Presti contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Campoli Presti London, Paris
Cardi Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Cardi Gallery London, Milan
David Zwirner contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom David Zwirner New York, London, Paris, Hong Kong
Gagosian contemporary art gallery in Grosvenor Hill, London, United Kingdom Gagosian Athens, New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, London, Paris, Le Bourget, Geneva, Basel, Rome, Hong Kong
Gagosian contemporary art gallery in Britannia Street, London, United Kingdom Gagosian Athens, New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, London, Paris, Le Bourget, Geneva, Basel, Rome, Hong Kong
Gagosian contemporary art gallery in Davies Street, London, United Kingdom Gagosian Athens, New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, London, Paris, Le Bourget, Geneva, Basel, Rome, Hong Kong
Gazelli Art House contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Gazelli Art House Baku, London
Goodman Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Goodman Gallery Johannesburg, Cape Town, London
Hauser & Wirth contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Hauser & Wirth Hong Kong, Zurich, London, New York, Los Angeles, Somerset, Gstaad, St. Moritz
HdM GALLERY contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom HdM GALLERY Beijing, Hangzhou, London
Kate MacGarry contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Kate MacGarry London
Lehmann Maupin contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Lehmann Maupin New York, Hong Kong, London, Seoul
Lévy Gorvy contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Lévy Gorvy New York, London, Hong Kong, Zurich
Lisson Gallery contemporary art gallery in Lisson Street, London, United Kingdom Lisson Gallery East Hampton, London, New York, Shanghai
Lisson Gallery contemporary art gallery in Bell Street, London, United Kingdom Lisson Gallery East Hampton, London, New York, Shanghai
Marian Goodman Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Marian Goodman Gallery New York, Paris, London
Maureen Paley contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Maureen Paley London, Hove
Mazzoleni contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Mazzoleni London, Turin
Pace Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Pace Gallery New York, London, Geneva, Palo Alto, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing
Paragon contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Paragon London
Pilar Corrias contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Pilar Corrias London
Simon Lee Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Simon Lee Gallery Hong Kong, London, New York
Sprüth Magers contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Sprüth Magers Berlin, London, Los Angeles
Thomas Dane Gallery contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Thomas Dane Gallery London, Naples
Timothy Taylor contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Timothy Taylor London, New York
Tornabuoni Art contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Tornabuoni Art Florence, Milan, Lucca, Paris, London, Crans Montana
Victoria Miro contemporary art gallery in Mayfair, London, United Kingdom Victoria Miro London, Venice
Victoria Miro contemporary art gallery in Wharf Road, London, United Kingdom Victoria Miro London, Venice

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