Exhibitions


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Alan Cristea 31 Cork St W1 7439 1866 Ian Davenport Sep 13-Oct 7

Albion 8 Hester Rd SW11 7801 2480 Jose Maria Sicilia to Oct 4

Alexandre Pollazzon 11 Howland St W1 7436 9824 Vidya Gastaldon Sep 8-Oct 21

Alison Jacques 4 Clifford St W1 7287 7675 Robert Mapplethorpe Sep 8-Oct 7

Alma Enterprises 1 Vyner St E2 07913 653910 Laura Parnes Sep 22-Oct 29

Andrew Mummery Studio 1.02 Tea Bldg 56 Shoreditch High St E1 7729 9399 Dave Carbone, Phil Coy Sep 13-30

Annely Juda Fine Art 23 Dering St W1 7629 7578 David Hockney Sep 15-Oct 28

Anthony Reynolds Gallery 60 Gt Marlborough St W1 7439 2201 Mark Wallinger Sep 13-Oct 15

The Approach 47 Approach Rd E2 8983 3878 Cris Brodahl Sep 17-Oct 22

APT Harold Works 6 Creekside SE8 8694 8344 Thread Sep 7-17 Wherenow Sep 21-Oct 1

The Aquarium 10 Woburn Wlk WC1 7387 8417 Jamie Reid Sep 6-Oct 7

Arlington Gallery 75 Parkway NW1 7267 5641 Jonathan Waller Sep 15-Oct 11

Art First 1st Fl 9 Cork St W1 7734 0386 Georgia Papageorge Sep 12-Oct 12 Amanda Vesey Sep 19-Oct 12

Artists' Studio Flat 1 64 Pont St SW1 Riccardo Previdi Sep 12-Oct 22

Asia House Gallery 63 New Cavendish St W1 7307 5454 Beyond the Page to Nov 11

Associates 92 Hoxton St N1 07835 112114 Matthew Smith Sep 29-Oct 21

At the Artspark Mile End Park E1 Betty Hunter, Clara Clark to Sep 16

Barbara Behan 50 Moreton St SW1 7821 9604 Maria Morganti Sep 15-Oct 28

Barbican Art Gallery Silk St EC2 0845 121 6826 Future City: Experiment & Utopia in Architecture 1956-2006 to Sep 17 The Curve Richard Wilson Sep 27-Jan 14

Barrett Marsden Gallery 17-18 Gt Sutton St EC1 7336 6396 Gitta Gschwendtner Sep 8-Oct 7

Beaconsfield 22 Newport St SE11 7582 6465 Carina Diepens Sep 16-17

Bearspace 154 Deptford High St SE8 8691 2085 New Utopia to Sep 30

Ben Brown Fine Arts 21 Cork St W1 7734 8888 Motion on Paper to Sep 22

Between Bridges 223 Cambridge Heath Rd E2 Wolfgang Breuer to Sep 24

Bischoff/Weiss 95 Rivington St EC2 7033 0309 Markus Hansen Sep 14-Oct 21

Bloomberg SPACE 50 Finsbury Sq EC2 7330 7959 To Here to Sep 23

Blow de la Barra 35 Heddon St W1 7734 7477 Jo Robertson Sep 14-Nov 4

The Brunei Gallery Thornhaugh St WC1 7898 4026 Face: Female exchild combatants in Sierra Leone to Sep 23

Cafe Gallery Projects Southwark Pk SE16 7237 1230 Ian Bonde, Brian Griffith Sep 20-Oct 29

Camden Arts Centre Arkwright Rd NW3 7472 5500 Archipeinture: Painters Build Architecture to Sep 17

Cell Project Space 258 Cambridge Heath Rd E2 7241 3600 Practical Mechanics Sep 2-24

Chelsea Future Space Hepworth Bldg Grosvenor Waterside SW1 7514 6000 Andy Briggs, Stef Willis, Corado Morgana to Nov 6

Chelsea Space Chelsea Coll of Art & Design Millbank SW1 7514 7751 Marcel Breuer, Motley Theatre Designers Sep 16-Oct 21

Chisenhale Gallery 64 Chisenhale Rd E3 8981 4518 Clare Woods Sep 6-Oct 16

City Projects 46 Brooksby's Walk E9 8985 2236 Graham Fagen to Aug 2007

Corvi-Mora 1a Kempsford Rd SE11 7840 9111 Anne Collier, Dominque Gonzalez-Foerster, Roger Hiorns, Colter Jacobsen Sep 15-Oct14

Cubitt 8 Angel Mews N1 7278 8226 Title Pending Sep 6-24 Roger Hiorns ongoing

Danielle Arnaud 123 Kennington Rd SE11 7735 8292 Sarah Woodfine Sep 15-Oct 29

David Risley Gallery 45 Vyner St E2 8980 2202 Eri Itoi Sep 8-24

Design Museum Butlers Wharf 128 Shad Thames SE1 7940 8790 Formula One to Oct 29 Design Mart Sep 20-Jan 7

The Dicksmith Gallery 74 Buttesland St N1 7253 0663 Benjamin Alexander Huseby Sep 20-Oct 28

Dilston Grove Southwark Pk SE16 7237 1230 Michael Cross Sep 20-Oct 29

domoBaal 3 John St WC1 7242 9604 Ansel Krut Sep 15-Oct 21

The Economist Plaza 25 St James's St SW1 7612 0730 Julie Verhoeven to Sep 15 Raul Ortega Ayala Sep 27-Nov 10

Eleven 11 Eccleston St SW1 7823 5540 Martha Parsey Sep 7-Oct 6

emilyTsingou gallery 10 Charles II St SW1 7839 5320 Sarah Staton Sep 8-Oct 6

Empire Gallery 33a Wadeson St E2 8983 9310 Silent but Violent Sep 22-Oct 1

The Estorick Collection 39a Canonbury Sq N1 7704 9522 Italian Abstraction 1910-60 to Sep 24

f a projects 1-2 Bear Gdns SE1 7928 3228 Maria Marshall Sep 22-Oct 28

Faggionato Fine Arts 49 Albemarle St W1 7409 7979 Bailey's Havana Sep 22-Oct 13

Fieldgate Gallery 14 Fieldgate St E1 07957 228351 Beauty & the Beast Sep 8-Oct 1

Flowers Central 21 Cork St W1 7439 7766 Tai-Shan Schierenberg Sep 13-Oct 7

Flowers East & Graphics 82 Kingsland Rd E2 7920 7777 Heads Sep 15-Oct 8

Fortescue Avenue/Jonathan Viner 32 Fortescue Av E8 0768 584764 Minotaur Blood Sep 16-Oct 22

Fred 45 Vyner St E2 8981 2987 Mark Fairnington Sep 9-Oct 8

Frith Street Gallery 59-60 Frith St W1 7494 1550 Fiona Tan Sep 15-Oct 28

Freud Museum 20 Maresfield Gdns NW3 7435 2002 Relative Relations Sep 13-Oct 22

Gagosian Gallery 6-24 Britannia St WC1 7841 9960 / 17-19 Davies St W1 7493 3020 Elisa Sighicelli Sep 12-Oct 9 Franz West Sep 12-Oct 21

Gallery N von Bartha 136b Lancaster Rd W11 7985 0015 Beat Zoderer Sep 21-Oct 21

Gasworks 155 Vauxhall St SE11 7582 6848 Katherine Araniello & Aaron Williamson Sep 8-Oct 22

Gimpel Fils 30 Davies St W1 7493 2488 Panamarenko Sep 7-Oct 7

Goethe Institute 50 Prince's Ga Exhibition Rd SW7 7596 4000 Thomas Wrede to Oct 1

Gone Tomorrrow Gallery 22/27 The Oval E2 Les Oiseaux qui donnent la chair de poule Sep 9-Oct 1

greengrassi 1a Kempsford Rd SE11 7840 9101 Giuseppe Gabellone Sep 15-Oct 14

Hales Gallery G3 Tea Bldg 7 Bethnal Green Rd E1 7033 1938 Richard Galpin Sep 14-Oct 21

Hamiltons 13 Carlos Pl W1 7499 9493 Irving Penn Sep 14-Oct 21

Haunch of Venison 6 Haunch of Venison Yd W1 7495 5050 Al Taylor Sep 11-Oct 4

Hauser & Wirth 196a Piccadilly W1 7287 2300 Jakub Julian Ziolkowski Sep 22-Oct 28

Hayward Gallery South Bank SE1 7960 5226 How to Improve the World: British Art 1946-2006 Sep 7-Nov 19

Herald St 2 Herald St E2 7168 2566 Djordje Ozbolt Sep 2-Oct 1

Hollybush Gardens Unit 2 Hollybush Gdns 7739 9651 Bernd Ribbeck to Sep 24

Houldsworth Gallery 33-34 Cork St W1 7434 2333 Neil Farber Sep 8-Oct 6

ICA The Mall SW1 7930 3647 Surprise Surprise to Sep 10 Cerith Wyn Evans Sep 20-Oct 29

Imperial War Museum Lambeth Rd SE1 7416 5320 Henry Moore Sep 14-Feb 25

IMT Unit 2 210 Cambridge Heath Rd E2 8980 5475 Dark & Light Zone Sep 8-Oct 1

James Hyman Fine Art 6 Mason's Yd SW1 7839 3906 Building Sites to Sep 15

Jerwood Space 171 Union St SE1 8408 5533 The Jerwood Drawing Prize Sep 20-Oct 22

Jewish Museum 129-131 Albert St NW1 7284 1997 Identities 2006 to Nov 12

Kate MacGarry 95-97 Redchurch St E2 7613 3909 Francis Upritchard Sep 22-Oct 28

Laura Bartlett Gallery 22 Leathermarket St SE1 7403 3714 Elizabeth McAlpine Sep 22-Oct 28

Lazarides Gallery 8 Greek St 02032 2140055 Stench to Sep 27

Leonard Street Gallery 73 Leonard St EC2 7033 9977 The New Landscape Sep 7-Oct 6

Lisson Gallery 29 Bell St & 52-54 Bell St NW1 7724 2739 Christian Jankowski Sep 8-30

Madder Rose 137/139 Whitecross St EC1 07971 572105 Jason Shulman Sep 6-Oct 15

Marlborough Fine Art 6 Albemarle St W1 7629 5161 Celia Paul Sep 13-Oct 7

Matt's Gallery 42-44 Copperfield Rd E3 8983 1771 David Osbaldeston to Oct 8

Matthew Bown Gallery 11 Saville Row W1 7730 4790 Incidents Sep 8-Oct 7

Maureen Paley 21 Herald St E2 7729 4112 Seb Patane Sep 6-Oct 4

Max Wigram Gallery 99 New Bond St W1 Ahlam Shibli to Sep 16 Julian Rosefeldt Sep 22-Nov 11

Modern Art 7 & 10 Vyner St E2 8980 7742 Collier Schorr, Jens F Sep 8-Oct 8

MOT Unit 54 Regent Studios 8 Andrews Rd E8 7923 9561 And Yet It Moves! …

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