London Exhibitions

This is your guide to the London exhibitions to watch out for in the coming months
Charleston - The Bloomsbury Muse

Charleston – The Bloomsbury Muse

A major new exhibition at the Philip Mould Gallery this autumn will shine a light on the inspirational role played by Charleston Farmhouse in the work of several artists from the Bloomsbury group. The...

Faces Of Frida Exhibition

Faces of Frida

Faces of Frida presents an exciting new vision of what an art exhibition could be. The largest undertaking yet from the Google Art & Culture project, the exhibition presents the most comprehensive...

Frans Hals - The Male Portrait

Frans Hals: The Male Portrait 

The Wallace Collection is set to showcase one of the finest portrait painters in the history of Western Art this autumn, courtesy of its new exhibition, Frans Hals: The Male Portrait. Part of the Dutc...

Gaia at the Painted Hall

Gaia at the Painted Hall

Covid permitting, Luke Jerram’s seven metre wide representation of the earth, Gaia, will return to the Painted Hall in Greenwich in the summer of 2021 for a series of dates in June. The subject of a s...

Edouard Manet, Jeanne (Spring), 1881, oil on canvas © The J Paul Getty Museum; Digital image courtesy of the Getty's Open Content Program

Impressionist Decorations

More than 80 works by the world’s greatest artists are to go on show in London next year as part of a major new exhibition on Impressionism. Impressionist Decorations: The Birth of Modern Décor will s...

Jr - Chronicles

JR: Chronicles

He’s been dubbed the ‘French Banksy’ but up until now, graffiti artist JR has been all but unknown in the UK. Well, that looks set to change this autumn as Chelsea’s Saatchi Gallery prepares to host t...

London's Best Virtual Museum Tours

London’s Best Virtual Museum Tours

Who said you needed to get off the sofa to enjoy London’s best art and culture? Many of London’s cultural institutions provide virtual tours of their collections, so now you can get your cultural fix ...

Naturally Brilliant Colour

Naturally Brilliant Colour

Explore the history of colour reproduction and experience the boldest, brightest colours on earth at Kew Gardens’ fantastic new exhibition. Naturally Brilliant Colour will make you question the very c...

Sneakers Unboxed at the Design Museum

Sneakers Unboxed

The Design Museum’s new exhibition, Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street, showcases one of the most significant cultural icons of our time: the modern trainer or sport shoe. “Step up and discover the fo...

Banksy Exhibition

The Art of Banksy Exhibition

It has wowed art lovers the world over, and now The Art of Banksy Exhibition is set to do the same thing in London when it opens in Covent Garden in March next year. The exhibition, which has not been...

Chelsea Flower Show

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show

It is one of the most loved events in the London calendar, a staple of life in the capital since 1820, and an event that is renowned the world over. It’s the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelse...

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

It’s been denounced over the years as an irrelevance and derided more recently by one particular newspaper for being ‘a glorified car boot sale’ but for over 250 years the Royal Academy Su...

Tove Jansson Exhibition

The Woman Who Fell In Love With An Island

They are as instantly identifiable as Paddington Bear and Winnie the Pooh and they have been the subject of countless tv programmes, films, and books. Yes, the Moomins are certainly well loved. The re...

Totally Thames

Totally Thames 2021

The Totally Thames festival celebrates the Mother Thames and the city which grew up on its banks. The festival has grown out of the Mayor’s Thames Festival which ended in 2013. The Ancient River...

Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh exhibitions, as it turns out, are a bit like buses. None for ages, and then two  arrive at once. The immersive experience has been documented elsewhere on this site but this article focu...

Wish You Were Here exhibition at The Postal Museum

Wish You Were Here

The Postal Museum’s new exhibition Wish You Were Here tells the story of the British Postcard from its debut in 1870 to the latest digital incarnations of the format. The show, which began on the 20th...

Underground Uncovered

Underground Uncovered

Go behind the scenes of the London Transport Museum’s Acton Depot this September in a four day, Underground focused event. Highlights of the opening include a talk by disused station expert Siddy Holl...

Alex Katz Cutouts

Alex Katz Cutouts  

The American artist Alex Katz is the subject of a thrilling new exhibition at the Timothy Taylor Gallery in Mayfair this autumn. Alex Katz Cutouts showcases the latest work in the renowned series of f...