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Top 10 Art Exhibitions in London

The summer is coming so London Design Agenda invites you to come to London and if you are an Art or Design lover, you can’t miss out on the best London art exhibitions!


Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

Award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was selected to design this year’s Serpentine Pavilion. The temporary structure will be made from a lattice of steel poles, giving a delicate, lightweight appearance. The Pavilion will host a café and a variety of different events. 8 Jun-20 Oct


Pompeii and Herculaneum

Pompeii and Herculaneum were buried by a cataclysmic volcanic eruption in AD 79. The cities were lost until their rediscovery by archaeologists almost 1,700 years later, giving us a fascinating insight into Roman life.This major British Museum exhibition brings together more than 250 artefacts from these Roman cities. Until 29 Sep


David Bowie Is

The V&A presents the first international retrospective of the extraordinary career of David Bowie, one of the world’s most influential performers. The exhibition brings together more than 300 objects, including handwritten lyrics, spectacular costumes, photography, music videos and instruments. Until 28 Jul


Patrick Caulfield

Tate Britain presents an exhibition of work by celebrated British painter Patrick Caulfield, known for his iconic and vibrant paintings of modern life. More than 30 significant works will be brought together to represent the key moments of Caulfield’s career. 5 Jun-1 Sep


Gary Hume

This summer, Tate Britain presents an exhibition of established British artist Gary Hume, including new work as well as international loans not seen in the UK before. Hume is a leading figure among the young artists who studied at London’s Goldsmiths College in the late 1980s. 5 Jun-1 Sep


Poster Art 150

A pioneering patron of poster art, London Underground has developed a worldwide reputation for commissioning striking poster designs. This exhibition brings together 150 of the most iconic designs since the Tube’s first graphic poster commission in 1908. Until 1 Oct


Treasures of the Royal Courts

The V&A reveals the majesty of the courts of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I to Ivan the Terrible and the early Romanovs in a new exhibition celebrating 500 years of exchange between Britain and Russia. Until 14 Jul




The much-loved English painter LS Lowry is the focus of this exhibition at Tate Britain. Bringing together around 80 works, the show explores how Lowry became Britain’s pre-eminent painter of the industrial city. 25 Jun-20 Oct


BP Portrait Award

One of the world’s biggest art prizes, the BP Portrait Award aims to encourage artists to focus on and develop the theme of painted portraiture in their work. This year the competition received 1,969 entries from 77 different countries, and 55 portraits have been selected for the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. 20 Jun-15 Sep


RA Summer Exhibition

Now in its 245th year, the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition showcases more than 1,000 works by emerging and established artists. You’ll see paintings, sculpture, photography, prints, architecture, films and more. All the works on show are for sale. 10 Jun-18 Aug


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