Fri 18 Feb - Sun 12 Jun
This major exhibition - of works drawn from the Ashmolean collections as well as international loans - spans Pissarro's entire career. Camille Pissarro is one of the most celebrated artists of 19th-century France and a central figure of Impressionism.
Wed 9 Mar - Sun 5 Jun
South London Gallery
IL Y AURA (There will be) is a new film installation by French-British artist Alice Theobald. In a Parisian apartment, a young woman arrives in an older man’s home for an ambiguous language lesson. The film stars actor Thibault de Montalembert and the artist.
Wed 16 Mar - Sun 12 Jun
Ali Cherri, the National Gallery Artist in Residence in 2021, presents work that considers how histories of trauma can be explored through a response to museum and gallery collections, introducing cabinets of curiosity into the heart of the Sainsbury Wing.
Sat 2 Apr - Sun 5 Jun
South London Gallery
Céline Condorelli's work addresses the boundaries between public and private, art and function, work and leisure, in order to reimagine what culture and society can be, and the role of artists within them.
Wed 6 Apr - Sun 16 Oct
Drawing on the outstanding artworks of the Collection and spectacular international loans, the exhibition highlights the exceptional talent and innovation of both Walt Disney Animation Studios artists and the creative pioneers of the French 18th century.
Thu 14 Apr - Sun 4 Sept
What if aliens were in love with us? An immersive, supernatural and sensory environment by artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, who envisions the Serpentine as Alienarium 5.
Thu 28 Apr - Fri 29 Jul
Ben Brown Fine Arts
Ben Brown Fine Arts is honoured to announce Les Lalanne: Makers of Dreams, an extensive survey of the work of the late legendary French artistic duo François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne, choreographed by Italian designer Manfredi della Gherardesca.
Fri 6 May - Sat 2 Jul
Malborough gallery, London
Marlborough London is pleased to present Through A Modern Lens, a group exhibition featuring iconic images by three of the greatest photographers of the 20th century, Brassaï (born Gyula Halász, 1899-1984), Bill Brandt (1904-1983), and Irving Penn (1917-2009).
Thu 26 May - Sat 25 Jun
Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
Son or pawn? Lover or manipulator? Brother or usurper? Britannicus is a chilling portrait of a dictator’s rise to power, translated and adapted by Olivier Award-winning writer Timberlake Wertenbaker in a stunning new production directed by The Stage Debut Award-winning Atri Banerjee.
Sat 28 May - Tue 18 Oct
Curated in collaboration with music historian Maxime Guitton, the exhibition includes three new films by Eric Baudelaire, two large-scale ‘sound sculptures’ by Alvin Curran, and an archive display assembled by Guitton.
Contemporary Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Sun 29 May
O2 Academy Islington
Dinos built his reputation on the stage of underground rap battles ‘Rap Contenders‘, appearing under the name ‘Dinos Punchlinovic’. He has since released gold and platinum-certified albums - just reward for his thoughtful and technically accomplished style
Wed 1 - Thu 30 Jun
Bresson crafted some of the most enduring classics in all of cinema. Don’t miss the BFI’s tribute to this legendary French director whose sublime minimalism has influenced a number of filmmakers from Paul Schrader to Christopher Nolan.
Films & TV
Wed 8 Jun
Under his stage name, Simon Henner has been making electronic music since 2014. As a producer he has worked with Husbands, Nasser and Kid Francescoli, while his own debut album Olympic, with a sound that's both synthetic and organic, took off worldwide
Thu 9 Jun
St Pancras Old Church
Franco-Spanish pop singer November Ultra, the former singer and songwriter of Parisian-based indie band Agua Roja, is getting a lot of attention for her warm, comforting and cinematic bedroom pop and heart-piercing vocals. Catch her before she goes stellar.
Sat 11 Jun
Union Chapel in Islington
French pianist and composer, Riopy is at the top of the US Billboard charts for several months. After he was named a Young Steinway Artist, he recorded three albums that have reached a worldwide audience. He plays one special concert in Islington.
Classical Music, Contemporary Music
Fri 17 - Sat 18 Jun
The giants of 70s French progressive rock, who invented their own mythology - Kobaïan - as well as a uniquely powerful musical language, are in London for two dates and with a new 11-piece line-up, led as ever by indefatigable drummer Christian Vander.
Sat 25 Jun - Sat 3 Sept
Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh
Céline Condorelli's work has evolved through art, architecture and design and has remained committed to the articulation of transformation throughout, from raw materials, cultivation and extraction, to processes of industrialization and labor.
Sat 25 Jun - Sat 30 Jul
Modern Art, London
Nicolas Deshayes (b. 1983, Nancy, France) lives and works in London. He creates abstractions exploring the dichotomy between the sterility of modern syntheticism and the innate chthonian dirt of the organic.
Sat 2 Jul - Sat 1 Oct
Wysing Arts Centre
Taking its title from the Greek word meaning ‘stretching under’, Hypoteinousa is a sound walk through Wysing's rural landscape. In dialogue with the 19th century science fiction novel Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Hypoteinousa draws Wysing topography.
Sat 9 Jul
The British actress who became a French fashion, music and film icon is back in London for a show to promote her soaring, expansive and self-penned new album, Oh! Pardon tu dormais…, made in collaboration with Étienne Daho and Jean-Louis Piérot
Wed 5 Oct - Sun 12 Mar
Focusing on the many tensions and contradictions in Cézanne's work, this exhibition seeks to understand the artist in his own context, as an ambitious young painter proudly from the Mediterranean South, yet eager to make it in metropolitan Paris.
Wed 26 Oct
O2 Kentish Town Forum
Once a member of La Femme, Luciani has established herself as a magnetic and stylish artist in her own right, winning two Victoires de la Musique, going triple platinum with debut album Saint-Victoire and representing 'la variété française' at its best
Mon 31 Oct
Rone is one of the key French producers of his generation, creating techno that's brimming with soul. His most recent album, 'Rone & Friends', is packed with exciting collaborations and he has recently soundtracked Jacques Audiard's film 'Paris, 13th District'
Sat 10 Dec
Singer-songwriter and actor Belin has been highly acclaimed over the years for his sharp, erudite but affecting lyricism and elegant interweaving of chanson, pop and American rock. He will be promoting his keyboard-laden seventh album Tambour Vision,