Sat 9 Sep - Fri 27 Oct
Aiming to position itself as a leading exponent of innovative exhibition practice in Nottingham, Bonington gallery present a reflexive exhibition project around Artificial Intelligence, when machines mimic human cognitive functions.
Wed 20 Sep - Mon 7 May
The National Gallery
The exhibition offers a rare opportunity to see stunning paintings, pastels, and drawings by leading French Impressionist Edgar Degas: a unique insight into the practices and preoccupations of a complex and intensely private artist.
Wed 20 Sep - Sat 21 Oct
Connaught Brown Gallery
Connaught Brown Mayfair presents the first UK solo exhibition for pioneering French abstract artist Geneviève Claisse. Following in the footsteps of Mondrian and Malevich, Claisse is a driving force of geometric abstraction and has exhibited internationally since the 1950s. Preview 19 September (6 – 8pm)
Thu 21 Sep - Sun 5 Nov
Cell Project Space
Cell Project Space presents the first UK solo exhibition by Paris-based artist Mimosa Echard, which stems across the artist’s personal history to the experiences and contradictory sensations of modern life.
Thu 28 Sep - Fri 10 Nov
Sofitel London St James
Sofitel London St James unveils an exceptional exhibition by one of France’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, the sculptor, Richard Orlinski. The Born Wild exhibition illustrates Sofitel’s reputation for blending art and hospitality.
Fri 29 Sep - Sat 3 Mar
French artist Maïa Régis will showcase five pieces at Bloomberg New Contemporaries, the annual touring exhibition offering a compelling snapshot of new work being made by some of the most interesting artists emerging from UK fine art courses.
Sat 30 Sep - Sun 22 Oct
Siobhan Davies Studios
As part of The Traces Commissions at Siobhan Davies Studios, Paris-based artist Katinka Bock’s new work aims to experiment with a new method for creating meaningful encounters between visual artists and the dance practices.
Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Sat 7 Oct - Wed 3 Jan
Royal Academy of Arts
Take another look at two artistic giants: father of conceptual art Marcel Duchamp, and larger-than-life Surrealist Salvador Dalí. This is the first exhibition to throw light on their surprising relationship and its influence on the work of both artists.
Thu 19 Oct - Sun 21 Jan
The Courtauld Gallery
Chaïm Soutine was one of the leading painters in Paris in the 1920s and 1930s and was seen by many as the heir to Vincent van Gogh. This major exhibition is the first time he has been exhibited in the United Kingdom in 35 years.
Wed 25 - Fri 27 Oct
Print Room at Coronet
Bells and Spells is extracted from a new work in progress by director Victoria Thierrée Chaplin with Aurelia Thierrée. In these never before seen fragments, Aurelia, slightly kleptomaniac, falls under the influence of the objects she “borrows”.
Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Thu 26 Oct - Sun 5 Nov
Buzz Aldrin Syndrome is Quentin Euverte & Florimond Dupont's new multimedia sculpture installation somewhere between a clandestine movie theatre, a bootleg video-club, a shady sound studio and a gold panning camp from Guyana. Featured as part of Sonica 2017, Cryptic's biennial festival of the best in visual sonic art from around the world in Glasgow.
Thu 26 Oct - Sun 11 Feb
National Portrait Gallery
The major new exhibition, Cézanne Portraits, will bring together for the first time over fifty of Cézanne’s portraits from collections across the world, including works which have never been on public display in the UK. #CézannePortraits Credit: Madame Cézanne in a Red Armchair, by Paul Cézanne 1877. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Bequest of Robert Treat Paine, 2nd.
Thu 2 Nov - Mon 7 May
Impressionists in London, French artists in exile (1870–1904) is the first exhibition to map the connections between French and British artists, patrons and art dealers during a traumatic period in French history.
Thu 23 Nov - Mon 2 Apr
During his brief and turbulent life Modigliani developed a unique and instantly recognisable pictorial style. Though meeting little success during their time, his emotionally intense portraits and seductive nudes are now among the best-loved paintings of the 20th century.