The best London art exhibitions to see this weekend
From a trendy new space in White City to a bold exhibition at the British Museum, your guide to a wonderful weekend in art
Artist, designer and tastemaker Luke Edward Hall has opened his pop-up space at Liberty London, running from November through to Christmas. His covetable hand painted ceramics, hand-painted table lamps and lamp shades, framed drawings, paintings, prints, furniture and more will be up for grabs.Read more ...
New British Museum exhibition sheds light on the world’s first empire and the great, unknown king who ruled it. It's both magical and intriguing!Read more ...
This glorious Royal Academy exhibition celebrates the centenary of the revolutionary Austrian Modernists Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.Read more ...
This weekend a pioneering new art space Elephant West, showcasing the very best in emerging artistic talent, opens to the public. Inaugurating the new creative hub in White City designed by Liddicoat & Goldhill is a solo show by West London photographer, Maisie Cousins.
The space will also host an ambitious programme of immersive cultural experiences along with workshops, artists talks, film screenings, DJ nights, dance performances and even art yoga. Discover something new this weekend!Read more ...
The sixth edition of the Sotheby's Contemporary Curated Sale is organised in collaboration with fashion designer Roksanda Ilincic, known worldwide for her daring colour combinations, contrasting textures, and empowering lines. The exhibition is open to the public ahead of the sale next Tuesday.Read more ...
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