Galleries - November 2015

T H E M A L L C O N S T I T U T I O N H I L L B I R D CA G E W ALK M O TCO M B S T S Q B E L G R A V E P I M L I C O R O A D R O Y A L H O S P I T A L R D B U C K I N G H A M P A L A C E R O A D L Y A L L S TRE E T E C CLE STO N S T E B U R Y S T B EL G R A VE R O A D L U P U S S T R E E T R E G E N C Y S T J O H N I S L I P S T E A TO N TCE P EL H A M S L O A N E A V E M I L N E R S T P O N T S T W A LT O N S TR EET R I N G T O N R D D R A Y C O T T A V E G R O S V E N O R P L V A U X H A L L B R I D G E R O A D M I L L B A N K K S LOANE S TREET C H E L S E A B R I D V I C T O R I A S T R E E T K E N S I N G T O N R O A D E X H I B I T I O N R O A D W E L L R O A D Q U E E N 'S G ATE F U L H A M R O A D B R O M P T O N R O A D D B R O M P T O N R D K I N G ' S R O A D HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT BUCKINGHAM PALACE ST JAMES'S PARK a g f b e d c Victoria Sloane Square Pimlico Knightsbridge S.Kensington Westminster a CADOGAN CONTEMPORARY 87 Old BromptonRoad, LondonSW7 3LD Daniel Ludwig: Waking Dreams. Until Nov 7. American painter Ludwig offers insight into his extraordinary world caught in disharmony between fantasy and reality in his first exhibition in London for seven years. Brian Ballard. Nov 9–28. Renowned Irish painter Ballard returns to London with new work following a major retrospective in Belfast. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–6, or by appt t 020 7581 5451 b CRANE KALMAN 178 BromptonRoad, LondonSW3 1HQ Arboretum – A Journey through Trees. Nov 12–Jan 16. Tony Bevan, Zhou Chunya, Jean Baptise-Camille Corot, David Hockney, Zhu Jianzhong, Henry Moore, Mary Newcomb, Ben Nicholson, David Nash, John Nash, Paul Nash, Victor Pasmore, Hiroshi Sugito, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Graham Sutherland, Fred Williams. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat by appt t 020 7584 7566 c LONG & RYLE 4 JohnIslip Street, LondonSW1P 4PX Anne Desmet RA: Time Sequences. Until Nov 13. Mark Entwisle: The Things We Forget. Nov 19–Dec 18. Entwisle began his career illustrating book covers, gradually moving towards painting without agenda, although the graphic edge to his realism is a clue to the beginnings of his career. PV Nov 18, 6–8. Tue–Fri 10–5.30, Sat 11–2 t 020 7834 1434 t @longandryle f Long&RyleGallery d OSBORNE STUDIO GALLERY 2 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JU Katie O’Sullivan. Nov 10–Dec 4. Our fifth one man show of this enormously collected and outstanding exponent of equestrian and wildlife art. The Osborne Studio Gallery specialises in Contemporary Sporting, Landscape & Figurative Paintings and Bronzes. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–5, Sun by appt t 020 7235 9667 e TATE BRITAIN Millbank, London SW1P 4RG Frank Auerbach. Until Mar 13. A major exhibition of around 70 paintings and drawings from the 1950s to the present day, reaffirming Auerbach’s status as one of the pre-eminent painters of our age, and offering new insights into the nature of his work as the artist reaches his 84th birthday. Artist and Empire. Nov 25–Apr 10. A unique exhibition around Imperial visual culture. daily 10–6 t 020 7887 8888 f 12 STAR GALLERY Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU Benjamin Renoux: Miroirs & Crépuscules/Mirrors & Twilights. Until Nov 6. Art works involving concepts such as temporality, nostalgia, identity, the human figure and the sacred. Héloïse Rouard: Emptiness Electrifies Me. Nov 11–20. Photography as a medium of introspection to deal with the artist’s anxieties and fears. Organised by the Embassy of Belgium. Exhibition to mark the end of the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Nov 25–Dec 4. Mon–Fri 10–6 t 020 7973 1992 g VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL The Fabric of India. Until Jan 10. Highlight of the V&A India Festival showcasing the dynamic and multifaceted world of handmade textiles from 3rd to the 21st century. Bejewelled Treasures: The Al Thani Collection. Nov 21–Mar 28. See over 100 spectacular items of Indian jewellery from the Mughal Empire to the modern day. Shoes: Pleasure and Pain. Until Jan 31. The transformative power of footwear over the last 2000 years. Julia Margaret Cameron. Nov 28–Feb 21. Retrospective of one of the most important and innovative photographers of the 19th century, showcasing over 100 works from the Museum’s collection. daily 10–5.45, & 10–10 every Fri, free admn, but exhibition charges may apply t 020 7942 2000 t @V–and–A f victoriaandalbertmuseum MAP 20 LONDON KNIGHTSBRIDGE & BELGRAVIA NOVEMBER 2015 GALLERIES 35