Welcome to the IanVisits alternative guide to London.
Lectures, talks, heritage events, organised walks and other random geeky miscellany.
Displayed in date order by how soon they close.
Amba’s new body of work includes sculptures and drawings that explore the performativity of technology and relations to otherness. (Ends on Sat, 5th Dec)
The exhibition questions perceptions of the female identity within the context of contemporary Western society. (Ends on Sat, 5th Dec)
This photography exhibition explores and celebrates the resilience, spirit and solidarity of Hackney’s communities in the 1980s. (Ends on Sat, 12th Dec)
An exhibition to commemorate the remarkable but largely overlooked contribution and experiences of the Chinese Labour Corps in the First World War. (Ends on Sat, 12th Dec)
Discover the story of Derek Jarman’s garden at Prospect Cottage, Dungeness, in this exhibition at the Garden Museum. (Ends on Sun, 13th Dec)
A selection of new paintings and bronze sculptures continuing her visualization of fictional conditions, psychological sensation and subjective experience. (Ends on Sat, 19th Dec)
Begun in 2016, this body of work evokes the sights and sounds of railroads and night skies. (Ends on Sat, 19th Dec)
RGBFAQ comprises a research-led experiential exhibition in which the audience navigates a "black-box" set populated by gigantic geometric sculptures. (Ends on Sat, 19th Dec)
Hogarth's A Rake’s Progress returns to Pitzhanger, as the centrepiece of a modern photography exhibition. (Ends on Thu, 31st Dec)
Does great art begin with studying nature, or studying the great art of the past? Decide for yourself in this gallery. (Ends on Thu, 31st Dec)
A major solo exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum by the artists Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell. (Ends on Sat, 2nd Jan)
Meet monsters from 252 million years ago in a period called the Permian, when you visit this fascinating, family-friendly exhibition. (Ends on Sun, 3rd Jan)
The first major exhibition of dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. This exploration of Clark’s work establishes his radical presence in British cultural history. (Ends on Sun, 3rd Jan)
Discover a myriad of works by household names and emerging artists in this annual art exhibition. (Ends on Sun, 3rd Jan)
Featuring a collection of architectural designs for dogs by world-class architects and designers, the internationally acclaimed arrives in London. (Ends on Sun, 10th Jan)
Bringing together digital collage, print material, sound and sculpture, this exhibition explores the idea of change and its transformative or violent power through dynamic layered compositions. (Ends on Sun, 10th Jan)
Created as a 'space to sit and read and be', library of exile is an installation by British artist and writer, Edmund de Waal, housing more than 2,000 books in translation, written by exiled authors. (Ends on Tue, 12th Jan)
Design drawings from the William Morris Gallery collection (Ends on Fri, 15th Jan)
This exhibition reunites all six paintings in the Classical myths series for the first time in over four centuries. (Ends on Sun, 17th Jan)