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What's On: Exhibitions To Visit In London This June

Updated: Jun 11

Our roundup of the best exhibitions to visit in London this June. From tropical modernism to trailblazing artists, there is creative inspiration for all tastes.



Explore the unequalled career of the iconic fashion model

Where? V & A South Kensington

When? 22 June 2024 - 6 April 2025

Cost? £18

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NAOMI is the first exhibition of its kind. Leading British fashion model Naomi Campbell is highlighted as a supermodel, activist, philanthropist, creative collaborator and iconic social influencer. To celebrate her 40-year career - from being scouted in Covent Garden at age 15 and being the first Black model on the cover of Paris Vogue -  the V&A museum collaborated with Campbell to foreground her perspective and voice. What’s more, the show will curate around 100 looks from her career over the past 40 years.  


Sargent and Fashion

Where? Tate Britain

When? Until 7th July 2024

Cost? £22/ FREE for members

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You are stepping into John Singer Sargent’s world through his depiction of fashion in his portrait painting. This exhibition displays a wide range of his striking portraits alongside a few pieces of the garments worn in the portraits. By manipulating the clothing of his collaborators (with whom he often had close relationships) he used fashion as a powerful tool to express identity and personality. The show not only displays around 60 of Sargent’s paintings but also includes some of his rarely-seen pieces.  


Marc Quinn: Light into Life

Where? Kew Gardens

When? Saturday 4th May - Sunday 29th September 2024

Cost? Adult + donation £22

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A new form of art inspired by nature and science from Marc Quinn is now on display at Kew Gardens. The success of the striking display is the result of close collaboration with Kew scientists after a year-long conversation. The show aims to elaborate on the relationship, impact and influence between human beings and nature. As you immerse yourself in the artworks in Kew Gardens, you can also enjoy Quinn’s latest paintings, drawings, sculptures, and evocative frozen works in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery. 


Accidentally Wes Anderson Exhibition

Where? 81-85 Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, SW7 3LD

When? From December 2023

Cost? £11.99pp

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Step into a world inspired by Wes Anderson’s lens, to enjoy a series of symmetrical scenes, bold colours and wanderlust-inducing places. The exhibition, based on the popular Instagram account and book series, features over 200 photos and is categorised into 7 theme rooms to explore well-known global destinations on one site; as the host city, London gets a unique room.


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