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This is quite an old listings page, did you want: Monday, 25th May 2020?
Exhibitions in London open on Sat, 25th May 2019
Displayed in date order by how soon they close.
Around 50 shops and offices will be decorated for one week with floral displays. (Ending Soon Sat, 25th May)
This display presents six innovative projects from the collections of the RIBA and the V&A, each demonstrating a unique experiment in social housing design. (Ending Soon Sun, 26th May)
This exhibition displays a selection of Cultural Revolution propaganda posters, revolutionary landscapes, images of the leader and intricate papercuts all of which were collected in China during the 1970s. (Ending Soon Sun, 26th May)
A major exhibition exploring the role of drawing in contemporary architectural practice through the work of one of Britain’s leading architects and architectural draughtsmen. (Ending Soon Sun, 26th May)
Spanning thousands of years, this takes a closer look at five objects that explore the relationship between food, power and control. (Ending Soon Mon, 27th May)
A major exhibition of works by Martin Parr, one of Britain’s best-known and most widely celebrated photographers. (Ending Soon Mon, 27th May)
Key pieces include rare and early examples of designs by Conran and Quant on display spaning the period from 1952 – 1977 (Ending Soon Sun, 2nd Jun)
The first ever exhibition outside of Norway of Harald Sohlberg, one of the greatest masters of landscape painting in the history of Norwegian art. (Ending Soon Sun, 2nd Jun)
The first solo UK exhibition by Myfanwy MacLeod, in partnership with the Contemporary Art Gallery (CAG, Vancouver). (Ending Soon Sat, 8th Jun)
A timely photography exhibition chronicling the lives of Robin Hood Gardens residents in the estate’s last years before demolition. (Ending Soon Sat, 8th Jun)
This exhibition explores the objects people used to make music, what they sounded like, and how instruments were used in Romano-Egyptian rituals, homes, and childhood. (Ending Soon Sat, 8th Jun)
From flamboyant uniforms to fast horses, this exhibition looks at the shared heritage between the Hungarian and British hussars. (Ending Soon Sun, 9th Jun)
An exhibition that covers a long period in the history of magic, from the 16th to the early 20th century. (Ending Soon Sat, 15th Jun)
Women were inspired to serve their country by Florence Nightingale's work. But in 1918, as WW1 approached its end, nothing could have prepared them for what was to come - the deadly Spanish Flu. (Ending Soon Sun, 16th Jun)
The first major exhibition to explore the great twentieth-century British sculptor’s fascination with armour. (Ending Soon Sun, 23rd Jun)
Drector and photographer James Morgan set out to capture the lives of the Bajau Laut, the world’s last true marine nomads. (Ending Soon Sun, 23rd Jun)
The Music Photography of Mark Allan (Ending Soon Sat, 29th Jun)
Explore the world's best nature photography, exhibited on 100 exquisite light panels. (Ending Soon Sun, 30th Jun)
Journey from Hell, through Purgatory, to Paradise with artist Barrie Tullett in an exhibition of works responding to Dante’s Divine Comedy. (Ending Soon Sun, 30th Jun)
This exhibit takes you behind the scenes at Aardman revealing the creative process of making a special set of Christmas stamps for Royal Mail. (Ending Soon Sun, 30th Jun)