Naudline Pierre’s exhibition, This is Not All There Is, at the Drawing Centre continues her exploration of imagined worlds, incorporating drawings large and small alongside and within sculptural elements to create an immersive environment.
The Wallace Collection brings together a show of carefully selected drawings, paintings, sculptures and objets d’art from the past 250 years, displaying our faithful canine friends, including major loans from The British Museum, Tate Modern and The Royal Collection.
An important exhibition of new and recent works by Peter Doig at The Courtauld Gallery, including paintings created since the artist’s move from Trinidad to London in 2021. The works produced for the exhibition convey this creative experience of transition, as Doig explores a rich variety of places, people and memories.
A major survey of work by internationally acclaimed British artist Mike Nelson at the Hayward Gallery. The exhibition features psychologically charged and atmospheric installations that transform the gallery spaces and take the viewer on a journey into a fictitious world.
Accepting the commission from the British Council, Akomfrah said it was a 'huge privilege and honour' to be asked to represent the UK at the international art exhibition. 'It is without doubt one of the most exciting opportunities that an artist can be presented with.'
A group show featuring works by Ann Craven, Cui Jie, Freya Douglas-Morris, Sophie von Hellermann, Kat Lyons, Tala Madani, Manuel Mathieu, Sofia Mitsola, Sabine Moritz, Philippe Parreno, Mary Ramsden, Rachel Rose, Shahzia Sikander, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Lina Iris Viktor and Vivien Zhang that reconsider the uncertainties, and the possibilities, of our future.