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.
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)
In this first major exhibition of Artemisia’s work in the UK, see her best-known paintings, as well as her self portraits, and recently discovered personal letters. (Ends on Sun, 24th Jan)
The largest UK exhibition of this influential artist, teacher and curator (Ends on Sun, 24th Jan)
Explore the radical force that transformed the religious, cultural and political landscape of India and beyond in this landmark exhibition. (Ends on Sun, 24th Jan)
The first-ever UK exhibition by Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola (Ends on Sun, 24th Jan)
A display celebrating dub reggae and its influence on the capital. (Ends on Sun, 31st Jan)
Showing sculptures by Helaine Blumenfeld at Canary Wharf gives an unrivalled opportunity to view them in the context of hard interior and exterior architecture as well as carefully designed outdoor spaces amongst mature trees. (Ends on Sun, 31st Jan)
Evoking the experience of being in a club, the exhibition will transport you through the people, art, design, technology and photography that have been shaping the electronic music landscape. (Ends on Mon, 8th Feb)
Explore the unique story of the Krios through their history, heritage and culture from the late 18th century to the modern day. (Ends on Sun, 14th Feb)
A journey through the ground-breaking works of this quintessential contemporary artist. (Ends on Sun, 21st Feb)
This exhibition looks at the presence and impact of the recorded Black communities which have been resident in Greenwich for over 200 years. (Ends on Sun, 21st Feb)
The first major UK retrospective of works from the celebrated French-Moroccan photographer, video artist and activist Leila Alaoui. (Ends on Sun, 28th Feb)
A solo exhibition of over fifty artworks spanning Damien Hirst’s formative years as a student in the 1980s to becoming one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists during the 1990s. (Ends on Sun, 7th Mar)