London Exhibitions: Last Chance to See

Elizabeth Peyton. September (Ben), 2001. Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ and Gavin Brown’s enterprise

It’s changeover season at London’s galleries, which means it’s your last chance to see lots of the capital’s top art shows.

Make sure you catch these while you can…

Closing 13 Sep:
JW Waterhouse at the Royal Academy
Jeff Koons at the Serpentine Gallery

Closing 18 Sep:
Rankin at Old Truman Brewery

Closing 20 Sep:
BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery
Elizabeth Peyton at the Whitechapel Gallery
Futurism at Tate Modern
Corot to Monet at the National Gallery

But art lovers needn’t worry, there are plenty of exciting new exhibitions coming up. Like Anish Kapoor’s takeover of the Royal Academy;  Emin, Hirst and Warhol in Pop Life at Tate Modern; crystal-covered rooms at the Turner Prize exhibition; and Tate Britain’s Turner and the Masters.

We’re looking forward to a cultural autumn in London!

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  1. FreddieTeddy says:

    Cheers for the suggestions saw Futurism at the crowded tate and partied at the thames festival. nice one

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