Welcome to the IanVisits alternative guide to London.
Lectures, talks, heritage events, organised walks and other random geeky miscellany.
Exhibitions in London open on Wed, 11th Jul 2018
Displayed in date order by how soon they close.
A display of hand drawn maps by Adam Dant that feature in his new book. (Ending Soon Sat, 14th Jul)
The exhibition brings together their artworks, photographs, letters and personal possessions in the UK for the first time. (Ending Soon Sun, 15th Jul)
A display exploring the Romanian experience of the First World War. (Ending Soon Sun, 15th Jul)
An exhibition about the 150th anniversary of the railway at Elstree. (Ending Soon Sat, 21st Jul)
This exhibition places William Harvey where he truly belongs: at the heart of the history of medicine, science and our modern understanding of the human body and life itself. (Ending Soon Thu, 26th Jul)
One exhibition featuring Monet’s paintings and nothing else? That’s a rare thing. (Ending Soon Sun, 29th Jul)
Discover how ancient Greek sculpture inspired Rodin to set a radical new direction for modern art. (Ending Soon Sun, 29th Jul)
This exhibition presents the work of Cross River Partnership (CRP) and its public and private sector partners to provide Clean Air for London. (Ending Soon Mon, 30th Jul)
Animatronic dinosaurs come to North Greenwich (Ending Soon Tue, 31st Jul)
An exhibition brings to life the dawn of hip hop culture in a series of vibrant photographs. (Ending Soon Sat, 4th Aug)
Discover the links between the British Library and Karl Marx and his daughter Eleanor, through original documents from their work in the British Museum Reading Room (Ends on Sun, 5th Aug)
An outdoor exhibition of photographs, around the Kings Cross area of London, exploring the diversity of European Heritage. (Ends on Thu, 9th Aug)
Discover how graphic design has played a pivotal role in dictating and reacting to the major political moments of our times. (Ends on Sun, 12th Aug)
This mid-career survey of the work of acclaimed South Korean artist Lee Bul – the first in London – explores the artist’s extensive investigation into the body and its relationship to architectural space. (Ends on Sun, 19th Aug)
This exhibition charts the evolution of polemic and progressive print publications and celebrates the current diverse industry of innovative independent magazines. (Ends on Wed, 22nd Aug)
A striking presentation of three works by the internationally-renowned artist, Emily Allchurch. (Ends on Sun, 26th Aug)
This exhibition considers how artists can give shape to the human experience, provoking ideas about our senses, our sexual health, our bodies’ limitations and reflections on our food chain. (Ends on Sun, 26th Aug)
The exhibition focuses on the early, 'radical moment' of Postmodernism, which it reveals to be one of the most inventive periods in British architectural history (Ends on Sun, 26th Aug)
This exhibition tells the story of Captain James Cook’s three world-changing voyages through original documents, many of which were produced by the artists, scientists and sailors on board the ships. (Ends on Tue, 28th Aug)
This exhibition concentrates on the last (and often bitter) years of the long campaign of the struggle for women's right to vote from 1908 - 1914. (Ends on Fri, 31st Aug)