What’s on in September

The Barbican, Basquiat: Boom for Real. Opens 21st September until January 2018)

Cell Project Space. Mimosa Echard: Pulsion Potion. Opens 22nd September until 5th November
(Private View 21st September 6-9pm)

Cob Gallery. The Belly and the Members, Group Show. Until 23rd September

David Zwirner. Susan Frecon. Opens 1st September until 23rd September
(Private View: 31st August)

The Drawing Room, Nicola Tyson: Beyond the Trace. Opens 28th September until 12th November
(Private View 27th September 6.30pm, and in conversation with Adrian Searle 27th September)

Flowers Gallery, Nicola Hicks: Wabbling Back to the Fire. Opens 19th September until 11th November
(Private view: Monday 18th September 6-8pm)

Frieze Sculpture, Regents Park. Until 8th October for those who can’t wait until Frieze

Frith Street Gallery. Thomas Schutte. Opens 15th September until 11th November

The Hepworth Wakefield: Howard Hodgkin: Painting India. Until 8th October 2017

Herrick Gallery/ Dellasposa. Alexander James: Death of the Dream. Until 17th September
(Private view 5th September 6-9pm/ curator’s tour Thursday 7th September 6-8pm/ closing reception 14th September 6-8pm)

LAPADA. 15th – 20th September

Leighton House Museum. Alma Tadema: At Home in Antiquity. Until 29th October

Levy Gorvy, Gilbert and George: The General Jungle or Carry on Sculpting. Opens 13th September until 18th November
(Private View: 12th September 6-8pm)

Maureen Paley. Tom Burr. Opens 6th September until 17th September

Maureen Paley. Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: The Moonlight was Behind them… Opens 30th September until 12th November)

National Gallery London, Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell. Opens 20th September until May 7th 2018

Oxo Tower, Benbai Expo, group show curated by Sascha Bailey. Opens 27th September until 1st October

Pace Gallery. Dubuffet: Theatres de memoire. Opens 13th September until 21st October

Royal Academy of Art, Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth. Opens September 23rd until December 10th

Sid Motion Gallery, Turns on the Tarmac, Nick Jensen, Adam Hedley & Joanne Hummel-Newell. Until 23rd September

Sid Motion Gallery, The Broken Pastoral: David George, until 17th November
(Private view: 28th September, 6-9pm)

Studio Leigh. Fickle Food Upon a Shifting Plate (group show).
(Private View: 14th September 6-9pm)

Tate Britain. Rachel Whiteread. Opens 12th September until 21st January 2018

Thames-Side Studios Gallery. Two Glass Eyes Are Better Than One, Group show. Opens 9th September until 1st October
(Private view 8th September 6.30-8.30pm)

Thomas Dane Gallery. Kelley Walker. Opens 28th September until 18th November
Private View: 27th September
Naming Rights (group show) on until 20th September
Naming Rights Open House with musical performance 13th September, 6-8.30pm

Turner Prize 2017. Opens 25th September until 6th January

Victoria Miro (Mayfair) Hernan Bas: Cambridge Living. Until 21st October 2017
(Private View 5th September 6-8pm)

Victoria Miro (Wharf Rd) Tal R: Sexshops. Opens 20th September until 20th December
(Private View 19th September 6-8pm)

Waddington Custot, Chu Teh-Chun. Opens 19th September until 4th November
(Private View: 18th September 6-8pm)

 

 

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