Sat 8 Sept - Sun 24 Mar
National Portrait Gallery
This exhibition celebrating creative women revisits key portraits from Magnus including artists Liliane Lijn and Glenys Barton, authors Marina Warner and Margaret Drabble, actresses Glenda Jackson and Judi Dench or Nadine Gordimer.
Thu 20 Sept - Sun 31 Mar
Ulla von Brandenburg takes previous Whitechapel Gallery exhibition Sweets (1973) as inspiration for this new commission. Von Brandenburg re-enacts this show with local children in a new immersive and colourful seating structure. With the support of Fluxus Art Projects.
Fri 18 Jan - Sun 31 Mar
Camden Art Center
This film takes inspiration from the 1929 unrealised script by American Novelist Gertrude Stein. Beatrice Gibson uses Stein' script as a talismanic guide through a contemporary moment of social and political unrest. With the support of Fluxus Art Projects.
Fri 18 Jan - Sat 30 Mar
The Mosaic Rooms
This show contemplates personal and collective forms of reliance between two generations of Iranian artists and writers. Turning the notion of inheritance on its head, the exhibition suggests an inward excavation that asks how one might inherit oneself.
Tue 22 Jan - Sun 24 Mar
Widely recognised as one of the most important figures of modern and contemporary art, Louise Bourgeois' wide-ranging art, encompassed painting, sculpture, installation and printmaking, exploring themes including childhood, family, motherhood & gender identity.
Wed 23 Jan - Mon 6 May
The exhibition concentrates on Bonnard's work from 1912, when colour became a dominant concern in his work and his unconventional use of it.
Sat 2 Feb - Sun 1 Sept
Spanning 1947 to the present day, this exhibition traces the history and impact of one of the 20th century’s most influential couturiers, exploring the enduring influence of the fashion house, and Dior’s relationship with Britain.
Wed 13 Feb - Mon 6 May
Hayward Gallery - Southbank Centre
Kader Attia’s first UK survey exhibition questions our ideas of wholeness and injury, authenticity and repair, belonging and otherness in regard to the legacy of western colonialism.
Thu 14 Feb - Sat 6 Apr
An exclusive exhibition of drawings and writings gathered from some seventy Cahiers, offering snippets into the lives of Antonin Artaud, Jacques Prevel and Colette Thomas.
Talks, Visual Arts
Thu 28 Feb - Sun 19 May
The National Gallery
Explore revolutionary Paris through Boilly’s daring and playful paintings. Working in a politically turbulent Paris, Louis-Leopold Boilly witnessed the French Revolution, the rise and fall of Napoleon, and the Restoration of the French Monarchy.
Mon 4 - Sat 30 Mar
Inviting members of the public and students from Nottingham Trent University to explore weekly themes via a range of activities with members of The Community, each group will create new works within the space. Supported by Fluxus Art Projects.
Wed 27 Mar - Sun 11 Aug
This major exhibition brings together 45 works by Vincent van Gogh to reveal how he was inspired by Britain and how he inspired British artists.
Thu 4 - Fri 12 Apr
Digital&Dead is a Franco-Canadian collaborative entity that explores the issues intersecting online culture, digital legacy and death. Following their residency period at SPACE, they will take part in a group show on the Future Human theme.
Fri 5 Apr
The National Gallery
Laurence des Cars, Director of the Musée d'Orsay and Musée de l'Orangerie, compares the different ways in which the National Gallery and the Musée d'Orsay present 19th-century painting within their collections.
Fri 5 Apr
Hauteville House, Guernsey
Hauteville House was the residence of Victor Hugo during his exile in Guernsey and the place where he wrote some of his masterpieces including Les Misérables. Following major refurbishment, it will re-open to the public in April 2019.
Fri 5 Apr - Sat 4 May
For his second solo exhibition in London, Guy Ferrer has assembled a compelling body of work, both paintings and sculptures, that continues his investigation into the duality of life and the universe, using the daily practice of his art to search for meaning.
Sat 18 May - Sun 20 Oct
From gastronomic experiments to urban farming, this exhibition brings together the politics and pleasure of food to ask how the collective choices we make can lead to a more sustainable, just and delicious food future.
Fri 24 May - Sun 1 Sept
Tate St Ives
Shifting between figuration and abstraction, large, colourful canvasses and detailed drawings from the 1970s and 1980s, this exhibition will explore the delicate balance between the suggestive and the explicit that Caland created in her work.
Sat 1 Jun - Sun 22 Sept
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
NOW is the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art’s dynamic three-year series of contemporary art exhibitions. The fifth instalment in the series will be centred on a major survey of work by Anya Gallaccio. Other artists appearing include Aurélien Froment.
Sun 30 Jun - Sun 29 Sept
Royal Academy of Arts
Magnetic, provocative, daring: meet Félix Vallotton (1865–1925). The Royal Academy reveals the vision of a masterful painter and printmaker who captured the emotional undercurrents of Paris at the turn of the last century.
Mon 7 Oct - Sun 26 Jan
The National Gallery
The first ever exhibition devoted to the portraits of Paul Gauguin. Spanning the later years of his life and focusing solely on his portraits, this exhibition follows Gauguin’s move away from Impressionism towards Symbolism.
Wed 20 Nov - Sun 15 Mar
The largest retrospective of Dora Maar ever held in the UK. During the 1930s, Maar’s provocative photomontages became celebrated icons of surrealism. This exhibition will explore the breadth of Maar's long career in the context of work by her contemporaries.