Kiki Smith, Cathedral, 2012, Jacquard tapestry © Kiki Smith


What's On in London

Frieze Week 2019

Frieze Art Fair descends on London next week, and in addition to our presentation at the fair, here's a glimpse at everything our artists have going outside of the fair and the gallery in London.

Kiki Smith

I am a Wanderer
Modern Art Oxford
Sep 28, 2019 – Jan 19, 2020
Curated by Petra Giloy-Hirtz

This retrospective exhibition focuses on three distinctive areas of Smith’s practice: small sculptures created from the mid-1980s to present day, a selection from her printmaking, and the intricate Jacquard tapestries produced since 2012.

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Illuminated River, Cannon Street Bridge, London © Illuminated River

Leo Villareal

The first four bridges of Leo Villareal's monumental public artwork, (opens in a new window) Illuminated River — which will eventually encompass all bridges spanning the Thames — were unveiled earlier this summer. London, Cannon Street, Southwark and Millennium bridges are now lit up in unison, with sequenced LED patterns subtly unfolding across each unique structure.

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Michal Rovner

Canary Wharf Crossrail Station
Opening Oct 3, 2019

Michal Rovner’s new artwork for Crossrail’s Art Programme addresses themes of humanity, history and time, and celebrates London’s landmarks and is integrated into the architectural complex designed by Foster + Partners.

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John Hoyland, When Time Began (Mysteries 11) 15.11.10, 2010. Tate. © The John Hoyland Estate

John Hoyland

Tate Britain
Through Oct 31, 2019

The John Hoyland Estate presents a display of paintings by John Hoyland as part of the Spotlights series at Tate Britain, charting the progression of Hoyland’s work from the late sixties until 2010, the year before his death.

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  • News — What's On in London, Sep 24, 2019