38 GALLERIES JANUARY 2018 e LONDON ART FAIR Business Design Centre 52 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 0QH London Art Fair 2018. Jan 17–21. *ad Museum quality Modern British art presented alongside contemporary work from today’s leading artists; a survey of art from the early 20th century to now. Wed/Thu 11–9, Fri 11–7, Sat11–7.30 Sun 11–5 t @londonartfair f Londonartfair f THE MILLINERY WORKS 85/87 Southgate Road, London N1 3JS Arts & Crafts Cotswold Furniture. Jan 3–31. Featuring a stunning collection of Peter Waals’ work showing with Modern British Art Paintings with contemporary ceramics, glass and turned wood. Tue–Sat11–6, Sun 12–5 free admn t020 7359 2019 t @MillineryWorks f MillineryWorks g PANGOLIN LONDON Kings Place, 90 YorkWay, London N1 9AG Geoffrey Clarke: A Retrospective. Until Jan 13. To coincide with the publication of Geoffrey Clarke’s catalogue raisonné by Judith LeGrove Pangolin London presents a major retrospective of this important Modern British sculptor. Mon–Sat10–6 t020 7520 1480 t @pangolinlondon f pangolinlondon a BARBICAN ART GALLERY Barbican Centre, SilkStreet London EC2Y 8DS Basquiat: Boom for Real. Until Jan 28. John Akomfrah: Purple. Until Jan 7. see website for opening times t0845 1207550 t @BarbicanCentre f BarbicanCentre b THE EAGLE GALLERY/EMH ARTS 159 Farringdon Rd, London EC1R 3AL Wunderkammer: Painting, sculpture and works on paper. Until Jan 6. Tracey Bush, Denise de Cordova, Chloe Hill, Julia Langley, Ruth Marten, James Fisher and Jack Milroy. Wed–Fri 11–6, Sat11–4 t020 7833 2674 c ESTORICK COLLECTION OF MODERN ITALIAN ART 39a Canonbury Square, London N1 2AN The Enchanted Room: Modern VER S H O LT RD P A N C R A S R O A D C A M D E N R O A S T P E T E R ' S S T FA RRI N G D O N RD G O S W E L L R D RO S E B E R Y A VE BR I C K L A N E Q UE E NSBR I DG E R D R I C HM O ND R D S O U T H G A T E R D W OB U R N R D G RA Y' S I N N RD ST JOH N S T L O N D ON W AL L H O X T O N S T K I N G S L A N D R O A D K I N G S GR AH A M ROA D R D M A R E S T R E E T O VE ESSEX ROAD N E W N O R T H R O A D U P P E R S T A Y R OA D B A L L S P O N D R O A D YORK W AY C A L E D O N I A N R O A D L I V E R P O O L R O A D H A C K N E Y RO A D B E T H N A L G R E E N R D F E N C H URC H S T B I S H O P S G A T E CI TY R D F L E E T S T D N EW G A T E S T P E N T O N V I L L E E U S T O N R O A D R D C I T Y R O A D C O MM A E M B A N K M E X F O R D S T R E E T H O L B O R N C L E R K E N W E L L R D O L D S T R E E T W H I T E C H A P E Liverpool Street Moorgate Aldgate East Temple Angel Old Street Tower Hill King's Cross Highbury & Isl. Whitechapel Chancery Lane Barbican Dalston Junction d g a e c f b MAP 27 LONDON CITY, KING’S CROSS, ISLINGTON & EAST END Works from the Pinacoteca di Brera. Jan 24–Apr 8. The Estorick Collection opens its 20th anniversary year with a major exhibition of works from one of the world’s most important collections of modern Italian art, Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera. Wed–Sat11–6, Sun 12–5 t020 7704 9522 t @Estorick f estorickcollection d FLOWERS 82 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8DP Nadav Kander: Dark Line – The Thames Estuary. Until Jan 13. Jason Larkin: Past Perfect. Until Jan 13. Simon Roberts: Merrie Albion – Landscape Studies of a Small Island. Jan 19–Mar 10. see also Cork Street map Tue–Sat10–6 t020 7920 7777 t @flowersgallery Ages of Wonder: Scotland’s Art 1550 to Now’ edited by TomNormand, Royal Scottish Academy/National Galleries of Scotland £30 This highly informative and richly illustrated book has been published to coincide with amajor exhibition presenting the history and highlights of the Royal Scottish Academy collection. The RSA, founded in 1826, built up a vast collection of Scottish and European art of which themost significant works were transferred to the National Collection in 1910. Both the exhibition and the publication presents the complex story behind this national art treasure which ranges from the historical to the contemporary in a variety of different media frommarble to film. The book consists of essays on different aspects of the RSA’s fascinating history by distinguished academicians and invited experts on Scottish art and architecture. B ill Hare BOOK review