Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition - The Design Museum - £16
Apr
26
to Sep 17

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition - The Design Museum - £16

A unique insight in the making and story of the props, costumes, models and designs of one the most iconic directors ever, who chose London as a second home, where he set most of his films. His meticulous obsession in creating the worlds for his stories brought him to work with some of the best designers of his time, from Hardy Amies to Saul Bass, Eliot Noyes, Milena Canonero, and Ken Adam. A must-see show for anyone who loves and works in cinema!

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Kiss My Genders Southbank Centre - Hayward Gallery - £15.50
Jun
12
to Sep 8

Kiss My Genders Southbank Centre - Hayward Gallery - £15.50

A collective exhibition focusing on gender fluidity, as well as non-binary, trans and intersex identities. The exhibition celebrates 30 international artists engaging in the themes. An artistic exploration of beauty, bodies and identity through painting, immersive installation, sculpture, text, photography and film.

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Cindy Sherman - National Portrait Gallery - £18
Jun
27
to Sep 15

Cindy Sherman - National Portrait Gallery - £18

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A major retrospective of one of the more influential contemporary female artists. More than 150 works from the mid-1970s to the present day will be shown, including the ground-breaking series, Untitled Film Stills, 1977-80. The focus of the exhibition is on the artist’s investigation of the complex duality of identity and appearance, especially related to the female representation in media.

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Nam June Paik: The Future is Now - Tate Modern - Prices TBA
Sep
17
to Feb 9

Nam June Paik: The Future is Now - Tate Modern - Prices TBA

This massive retrospective is going to remind us how Nam June Paik, video art pioneer, prophesied the impact that new technologies and mass media would have had on society. It will feature his playful and innovative works from throughout his five-decade career, as well as his collaborations with some of the most influential avant-garde artists, including Charlotte Moorman, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Joseph Beuys and Fluxus.

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Dora Maar - Tate Modern - £13
Nov
20
to Mar 15

Dora Maar - Tate Modern - £13

This is the largest retrospective on Dora Maar ever held in UK. Organised by Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, Paris and the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. A collection of Maar’s surrealist photomontages, photographies and paintings. The exhibition celebrates her sensual eye for the unusual and unexpected.

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Bill Viola / Michelangelo: Life, Death, Rebirth - Royal Academy of Arts - £20
Mar
31
10:00 PM22:00

Bill Viola / Michelangelo: Life, Death, Rebirth - Royal Academy of Arts - £20

The Renaissance master meets the contemporary video artist. The exhibition is a voyage through the life cycle to grasp the meaning of birth, life and death. Michelangelo’s most passionate works are going to be displayed, including the Virgin and Child with the Infant St John and his drawings of the Crucifixion. On the other side, 12 of Viola’s major works are featured, including Tristan’s Ascension (The Sound of a Mountain Under a Waterfall).

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Hito Steyerl: Power Plants - Serpentine Sackler Gallery - Free entry
Mar
6
to May 6

Hito Steyerl: Power Plants - Serpentine Sackler Gallery - Free entry

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Hito Steyerl is one of the most interesting German filmmakers and visual artists who explore the fields of technologies and socials. Her work analyses the concepts of presence and absence in the media world, our immersion in hyper real spaces from which we are actually missing. A series of unsettling and fascinating paradoxes composes the artist’s work shown at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.

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Dorothea Tanning - Tate Modern - £13
Feb
27
to Jun 9

Dorothea Tanning - Tate Modern - £13

The exhibition displays a hundred of Tanning’s paintings and sculptures. A collection of the uncanny and enigmatic prolific production of the American surrealist artist. The exhibition is organised by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid in collaboration with Tate Modern.

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Diane Arbus: In the Beginning Southbank Centre - Hayward Gallery - £15.50
Feb
13
to May 6

Diane Arbus: In the Beginning Southbank Centre - Hayward Gallery - £15.50

The Renaissance master meets the contemporary video artist. The exhibition is a voyage through the life cycle to grasp the meaning of birth, life and death. Michelangelo’s most passionate works are going to be displayed, including the Virgin and Child with the Infant St John and his drawings of the Crucifixion. On the other side, 12 of Viola’s major works are featured, including Tristan’s Ascension (The Sound of a Mountain Under a Waterfall).

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Beatrice Gibson - Crone Music Camden Arts Centre - Free Entry
Jan
18
to Mar 6

Beatrice Gibson - Crone Music Camden Arts Centre - Free Entry

British artist Beatrice Gibson is showing at the Camden Arts Centre two films, I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead, realised in part with the US poets CAConrad and Eileen Myles, and Deux Soeurs Qui Ne Sont Pas Soeurs, based on Gertrude Stein’s screenplay. A must-see exhibition exploring feminism, experimental literature and cinema.

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