Galleries - October 2016

OCTOBER 2016 GALLERIES 45 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 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 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 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 g f b e d c a Victoria Sloane Square Pimlico Knightsbridge S.Kensington Westminster a 12 STAR GALLERY Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU Tom Teasdale: Sunny Intervals. Until Oct 7. Photographs ofScotland, north ofthe Highland divide. Silvia Lerín and Adrián Navarro. Oct 10-14. Two abstract artists presented by Spain Now. The 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Oct 17–21. John Sadovy’s iconic photographs. The Unknown Portrait of Brancusi. Oct 26–Nov 4. Organised by the Romanian Cultural Institute and curated by Simona Nastac. Mon–Fri 10–6 t 020 7973 1992 !QY43Qk b CADOGAN CONTEMPORARY 87 Old BromptonRoad, LondonSW7 3LD Sargy Mann: Works on Paper. Until Oct 7. The first retrospective exhibition since Mann’s death in 2015, spotlights drawing and work on paper’s central role in his career. In conjunction with public exhibition ‘Euan Uglow/Sargy Mann’ at The Collection, Lincolnshire. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–6, or by appt t 020 7581 5451 t @Cadogan–Gallery c CRANE KALMAN 178 BromptonRoad, LondonSW3 1HQ Modern British. Until Oct 29. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat by appt t 020 7584 7566 t @CraneKalmanLon d LONG & RYLE 4 JohnIslip Street, LondonSW1P 4PX David Wightman: Empire. Oct 13–Nov 11. Wightman is well known for his imaginary landscapes. The surfaces of his intensely-coloured acrylic paintings are made from meticulously hand-cut collaged wallpaper using a technique similar to marquetry. PV Oct 12, 6–8. Tue–Fri 10–5.30, Sat 11–2 t 020 7834 1434 t @longandryle f Long&RyleGallery e OSBORNE STUDIO GALLERY 2 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JU Terence Gilbert: City, Sea and Turf. Oct 5–21. New show by this consistently excellent artist, signifying Gilbert’s wide ranging interests, which appeal to universal tastes. Jeremy Houghton. Oct 26–Nov 4. Paintings from his residency at Goodwood, capturing both sporting and rural life. Mon–Fri 10–5.30, Sat 11–5 t 020 7235 9667 t @osborne–studio f TATE BRITAIN Millbank, London SW1P 4RG Paul Nash. Oct 26–Mar 5. From his earliest drawings through to his final visionary landscapes. Turner Prize 2016. Until Jan 2. Showing work by four shortlisted artists. Art Now – Sophie Michael: Trip (the light fantastic). Until Oct 30. A London-based artist-film maker who creates 16mm films that examine ideas around nostalgia and innocence. The Tate Britain Commission 2016: Pablo Bronstein – Historical Dances in an Antique Setting. Until Oct 9. daily 10–6 t 020 7887 8888 g VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL Undressed – A Brief History of Underwear. Until Mar 12. Engineering the World: Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design. Until Nov 6. The first major retrospective of the most influential engineer of the 20th century. You Say You Want a Revolution?: Records and Rebels 1966–1970. Until Feb 26. An era ofsome ofthe greatest music and performances of the 20th century alongside fashion, film, design and political activism. Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces ofEnglish Medieval Embroidery. Oct 1–Feb 5. Outstanding examples ofEnglish Medieval embroidery. daily 10–5.45, & 10–10 every Fri free admn, charges apply for some exhibitions t 020 7942 2211 t @V–and–A f victoriaandalbertmuseum MAP 21 LONDON KNIGHTSBRIDGE & BELGRAVIA