Our monthly pick of some of London’s most exciting exhibitions. Conflict, Time, Photography @ Tate Modern, Danh Vo @ Marian Goodman, Richard Serra @ Gagosian Britannia Street, Refraction—The Image of Sense @ Blain Southern (last chance—closes this w/e), Virginia Overton @ White Cube Mason’s Yard and Daniel Silver @ Frith Street Galery. See further for our photos, links and detailed info.


Conflict, Time, Photography | Tate Modern | till 15 March
Provocative visual journey through 150+ years of conflict around the world
Press Release and related events

Danh Vo “Homosapiens” | Marian Goodman till 21 Feb
Vo’s signature cardboard boxes plated in gold leaf and other sublime installations
Article about Danh Vo by DB ArtMag

Richard Serra | Gagosian Britannia Street till 4 March
Four recent steel sculptures/assemblies by the legendary minimalist sculptor
Press Release | Charlie Rose in conversation with Richard Serra

Refraction—The Image of Sense (group show) | Blain Southern till 31 Jan
Great selection of contemporary art inspired by new media and technologies

Press Release

Virginia Overton | White Cube Mason’s Yard till 14 March
Three impressive site-specific works made from simple wooden planks
Press Release

Daniel Silver “Rock Formations” | Frith Street Gallery till 28 Feb
Intriguing conceptual take on antique sculpture. Artist’s first solo in the gallery.
Press Release

Also worth checking out:

-Alibis: Sigmar Polke | Tate Modern
  Coming to London from MoMA, a retrospective of Polke’s rich five-decade career.
-Walead Beshty | The Curve, Barbican
  12,000+ cyanotype prints covering the gallery from ceiling to ground
-Roy Voss | Matt’s Gallery
  Collages made by cutting a word from the back of a found postcard and inserting it on the front
-David Altmejd | Modern Art
  Creepy head sculptures made from crystals, mirrors, fake hair, jewellery etc.


Danh Vo Serra

Blain Southern

Daniel Silver