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What's On: London Exhibitions

Updated: Jul 7, 2023

Our roundup of the best exhibitions to visit in London this July and beyond. From fictional towns to deep-dives into artificial intelligence, there is creative inspiration for all tastes.


Wes Anderson — Asteroid City

Where? 180 Strand, Temple, London WC2R 1EA When? Open Until 30th July

Cost? Ticketed Exhibition £15pp

About - The latest immersive exhibition at 180 Strand delves into the incredible creative world of Wes Anderson, transporting visitors into the realm of the director’s new film, Asteroid City. The exhibition features original sets, props, costumes and artwork that capture Anderson’s signature style, visuals and sounds, as well as the opportunity to dine at the film’s 1950s diner.

*Images: 180 Strand*


Capturing the Moment

Where? Tate Modern

When? Open from 13th June - 28th January 2024

Cost? Ticketed Exhibition £20pp, Free For Members

About - Francis Bacon, Peter Doig, Paula Rego, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Paulina Olowska, Lisa Brice, Hiroshi Sugimoto are just a few of the artists whose work has been curated for this show exploring the dynamic between contemporary painting and photography. The exhibition looks at how the brush and the lens have influenced each other and converged.

*Images: Tate Modern*



Where? V&A, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL

When? On from 24th June - 7th April 2024

Cost? Ticketed Event £20pp

About - This exhibition is a celebration of the power and creativity of the "Diva". Fashion, photography, design, costumes, music and live performance will be brought together to showcase the power and creativity of some of our best-known iconic performers from Marilyn Monroe’s fringed dress in "Some Like It Hot" to iconic Tina Turner costumes.

*Images: V&A*


AI: Who’s Looking After Me?

Where? Science Gallery London

When? Open on Wednesday - Saturday 11am - 6pm

Cost? FREE

About - Artificial Intelligence continues to shape our future – and this exhibition dives into AI and its impact on our lives. It looks at who holds the power in technological advancement, as well as how humans might take more collective ownership of the systems that feel beyond our control. The exhibition includes an exploration into AI’s role in healthcare, the power of algorithms, and the imagination of a future with robots.

*Images: Science Gallery London*


Twist Museum

Where? 248 Oxford Street, Oxford Circus, London, W1C 1DH

When? Open indefinitely Monday - Sunday

Cost? Ticketed Exhibition £23.50pp

About - Twist Museum is a collaboration between artists, neuroscientists and philosophers. The museum has a range of illusion rooms helping you to uncover how your brain responds to reality being twisted. Each interactive element is mind-bending at this top pick of immersive museum exhibitions in London.

*Images: TWIST Museum*


Dear Earth

Where? Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX

When? On until September 3rd 2023

Cost? Ticketed Exhibition £16pp

About - The Dear Earth exhibition highlights the ways in which artists are helping to reframe and deepen our psychological and spiritual responses to the climate crisis, hoping to inspire joy and empathy as well as promoting a sense of political and social activism. The 15 artists explore the interdependence of ecologies and ecosystems, as well as our emotional connection with nature.

*Images: Hayward Gallery*


Hilma Af Klint & Piet Mondrian, Forms of Life

Where? Tate Modern

When? Open Until September 3rd 2023

Cost? Ticketed Exhibition £20pp, Free For Members

About - This exhibition is a display of visionary work of Swedish painter Hilma af Klint and experience Dutch painter Piet Mondrian’s influential art in a new light. At the heart of both of their artistic journeys was a shared desire to understand the forces behind life on earth.

*Images: Tate Modern*



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