- WHAT'S ON
A hard-hitting new photography show presents images commissioned for housing charity Shelter from 1968 - 1972.
Event Brite and Made in Arts London are taking over Old Street station for a series of events.
Illustrator and filmmaker Joe Magee is showing his print works, some inspired by his views on politics which cost him a job…
When we read the words “typographic smut”, we knew this forthcoming east London show would be one for us.
From this week, Covent Garden’s magicians, levitating yodas and very still gold-painted fellows are to be joined by a new, hovering market building.
Photographer Martin Parr has spent four months noseying into other people’s dinner times for frozen food brand Birds Eye.
Printmaker Ciara Phillips is among the four artists shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize, showing a new installation instilling in us that things are “OK”.
For all those who missed it the first time round, there’s another chance to see a cornershop entirely stocked with products made of felt.
As part of this year’s Brighton Photo Biennial, three contemporary artists have been given access to the Magnum Photos print archive to curate a rather special show.
The National Trust is opening up Flat 130 in Ernö Goldfinger’s Brutalist Balfron Tower – where the architect himself lived for a fortnight back in 1968.