Mario Testino; Devil’s Playground; Transition: the London Art Scene in the Fifties; Contemporary Czech Architecture from 1990-2000

The first London exhibition of celebrated fashion photographer Mario Testino shows from 1 February until 4 June. Models, pop idols, film icons and royalty are among the subjects, which also feature in a book to accompany the exhibition with text by Patrick Kinmouth, priced £25.

Venue: National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London WC2.

Nan Goldin’s photographic journey through the underworld of London, New York, Berlin and Paris over the past 30 years shows at Devil’s Playground until 31 March.

Venue: Whitechapel Art Gallery, Whitechapel High Street, London E1.

The transition of post-war Britain into the 1960s is defined by popular culture, including the explosion of British art. Transition: the London Art Scene in the Fifties continues until 14 April.

Venue: Barbican Gallery, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2.

Contemporary Czech Architecture from 1990-2000, until 28 February, presents the change in position for architects after the economic and social shift of the past few years. Talks, films and presentations also make up the event.

Venue: Czech Centre London, 95 Great Portland Street, London W1.

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