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Exhibitions in London open on Sat, 25th Apr 2020

Displayed in date order by how soon they close.

Exploring the fascinating world of mushrooms, in an exhibition from curator and writer, Francesca Gavin. (Ends on Sun, 26th Apr)

2020-04-25
 Mushrooms: The art, design and future of fungi
The fifty-fifth Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will immerse you in the breathtaking diversity of the natural world. (Ends on Mon, 27th Apr)

2020-04-25
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
This exhibition presents George IV's life through the art that enriched his world. (Ends on Mon, 4th May)

2020-04-25
George IV: Art & Spectacle
£14  
This is the first monographic exhibition of Spilliaert’s work in the UK and will showcase some 90 works on paper. (Ends on Mon, 25th May)

2020-04-25
Spilliaert
Featuring over 35 paintings and drawings from collections across the world, the exhibition spans Maes’s whole career, spent in Dordrecht and Amsterdam.  (Ends on Sun, 31st May)

2020-04-25
Nicolaes Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age
This exhibition explores the extravagant world of the glamorous and stylish ‘Bright Young Things’ of the twenties and thirties, seen through the eye of renowned British photographer Cecil Beaton. (Ends on Sun, 7th Jun)

2020-04-25
Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things
This exhibition is a unique opportunity to view the Ordupgaard Collection’s treasure trove of Impressionist works, from Monet and Degas, to pre-Impressionist artists like Corot and Courbet. (Ends on Sun, 14th Jun)

2020-04-25
Gauguin and the Impressionists
The first major exhibition devoted to David Hockney’s drawings in over twenty years. (Ends on Sun, 28th Jun)

2020-04-25
David Hockney: Drawing from Life
This immersive experience charts their music, lyrics, creative process and influence as one of the most iconic pop bands of the modern age. (Ends on Mon, 31st Aug)

2020-04-25
ABBA: Super Troupers The Exhibition