Dark Corners

May 11, 2018-  November 11, 2018 |  Free
Visit a free display exhibiting the winning entries from our Dark Corners competition, held in collaboration with British Journal of Photography. The Museum of London invited all London’s photographers to respond to an area of the city after dark. Five works have been selected, one each from north, south, east, west and central London. Together these represent five contemporary perspectives on the many nocturnal worlds of the capital, complementing our major photography exhibition London Nights.   All images © the gallery and artist(s)    

The Future Starts Here

May 12, 2018-  November 4, 2018 |  £16.00
From smart appliances to satellites, artificial intelligence to internet culture, this exhibition brings together more than 100 objects as a landscape of possibilities for the near future. This exhibition displays emerging technologies, the ways in which they will affect our lives in the near future, and what choices we have, as citizens, to influence their development.   The world of tomorrow is shaped by the designs and technologies emerging today. From smart appliances to satellites, this exhibition brings together more than 100 objects either newly released or in development that point towards where society might be headed. Although some may...

Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up

June 16, 2018-  November 3, 2018 |  £15.00
Frida Kahlo’s exhibition presents an extraordinary collection of personal artefacts and clothing belonging to the iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Locked away for 50 years after her death, this collection has never before been exhibited outside Mexico.  

Conflicts of an Urban Age exhibition

June 25, 2018-  October 19, 2018 |  Free
Conflicts of an Urban Age highlights the spatial and social consequences of dramatic urban growth in cities across the world between 1990 and 2015. In the short time span of 25 years, cities have grown larger and more quickly than ever before. Fishing villages have been transformed into megacities and deserts have become urban playgrounds. The speed and scale of this transformation is unprecedented. By the middle of this century, 75% of the world’s population will be living in cities. One billion people will be added in the next 15 years, with more than 50 new residents every hour in...


July 23, 2018-  July 31, 2019 |  Free
American artist Jenny Holzer presents statements that can provoke strong responses. Whether encountered on city streets or in art galleries, Jenny Holzer’s work asks us to consider the words and messages that surround us. Her art takes many forms, including stone benches, projections, signs, posters, paintings, plaques and textiles. Words are central to her work, whether pasted on a wall, flickering from an electronic sign, carved in granite or stitched in wool.   Early in her career, Holzer delivered messages on posters and T-shirts so they would be seen in everyday places rather than in museums and galleries. Her work...

How to sell death to the Living

September 6, 2018-  October 27, 2018 |  Free
Frances Wilks ‘How To Sell Death to the Living’ looks at a world dominated by large corporations, consumerism and the all pervasive materialism where men’s success is measured by the shine and speed of their cars. Frances Wilks confronts the male dominance of formula 1 by implanting herself within the work, replacing a man in almost every picture to challenge a media that traditionally excludes women. She utilises the lack of female appearances in Formula 1 to question gender notions and explore new possibilities for the traditional representation of masculinity.   Her paintings are reminiscent of early Marlboro, Ferrari and...


September 8, 2018-  November 4, 2018 |  Free
Mika Rottenberg presents new and existing work in an exhibition that will run throughout seven galleries in Goldsmiths CCA. Featuring two new films, Rottenberg will respond to the building incorporating purpose-built installations alongside sculptural objects. Mika Rottenberg is known for her ability to highlight themes such as the inequalities of our global economy and the fragility of the human body, spun through a lens of humour, absurdity and confusion. She juxtaposes the vulnerabilities and strengths of her protagonists within uncanny interpretations of our physical world.   Rottenberg’s elaborate visual narratives draw on cinematic and sculptural traditions to forge a new...

Beazley Designs of the Year 2018

September 12, 2018-  January 6, 2019 |  £12.00
Every year since 2008 hundreds of design experts from around the world nominate the most innovative and thought-provoking designs from the past 12 months. Discover this year’s top picks across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product and graphic design. Design experts, practitioners and academics from across the world are asked by the Design Museum to suggest potential projects, from which the museum has selected 87 for nomination to display in the exhibition.

My eyes are not in the centre

September 13, 2018-  November 13, 2018 |  Free
White Rainbow is proud to announce My eyes are not in the centre, an expansive new installation by Taro Izumi. This will be the artist’s first UK solo exhibition. Based in Tokyo, Izumi (b. 1976, Nara, Japan) is one of Japan’s leading artists working with multimedia and collaborative practice. Izumi’s large structural works are often made up of simple, familiar objects, constructed in such as way as to transform the everyday into the absurd. His playful, almost childlike works often conceal undertones of dark humour and irony which exist in our daily life.   Izumi uses video as a recursive...

Marc Vallée: London & Paris 2011-2018

September 14, 2018-  December 21, 2018 |  Free
For seven years photographer Marc Vallée has been documenting graffiti writers across London and Paris. This exhibition brings together for the first time images from Writers, Number Six, Vandals and the City, The Graffiti Trucks of Paris and The Graffiti Trucks of London. A unique solo exhibition curated by Steve Macleod to be held at Metro Imaging.    

Alter Heroes Coalition

September 22, 2018-  December 15, 2018 |  Free
This exhibition presents a selection of artworks which explore the concept of an alter ego. The artists included in the show reinvent themselves as unconventional and empowering heroes reflecting on cultural displacement, belonging and unbecoming. The show exposes the constructed nature of identity and challenges gendered behaviours by embracing the polyvalence of reinvented personas.   The exhibition title marks the first step in Super Taus’s intent to form a Super Heroes Coalition – a community of every day super heroes who support each other and unite to achieve a common goal.   Featuring: Tomaso Binga, Leah Capaldi, Cibelle Cavalli Bastos,...


September 26, 2018-  January 6, 2019 |  £10.00
One of the best-known prizes for visual arts in the world. The Turner Prize returns to Tate Britain for its 34th edition. The prize is awarded to a British artist for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the preceding year as determined by a jury. Tackling pressing issues in society today, the four shortlisted artists for this year are:   Forensic Architecture – An interdisciplinary team that includes architects, filmmakers, lawyers and scientists, Forensic Architecture’s work uses the built environment as a starting point for explorations into human rights violations.   Naeem Mohaiemen – Encompassing films,...