Isle of Dogs to Limehouse Cut and on to Hackney before entering the City and finding The Barbican.
Ducting outside The Barbican.
Bedwyr Williams at The Curve, Barbican. Installation evoking outside and intimate spaces.
Gunther Forg at Vilma Gold.
K P Brehmer at Vilma Gold. This is a swatch chart that was used (by the German authorities I think) to colour-match media articles. The assumption was that political agitators would create graphics that were darker brown the more extreme their content.
A new type of zebra crossing. Looks like artwork is by Camille Walala, the artist who does amazing building facades.
Phillipe Parreno of Pilar Corrias gallery showing at Tate Modern. Sound installation space.
Mark Titchner of Vilma Gold, showing public art on Southwark Street.
Great plaster-removal mural in Hackney.
Water processing building on the North Bank of the Thames opposite what used to be called the Millenium Dome. The decorative features and facade evoke (to my mind) classical forms associated with the Greek Parthenon as well as pop.
Donna Huanca at Zabludowicz Collection with performance and great props including a rumbling base sound generator.
Sean Scully at Timothy Taylor with a series of work called Horizon.
John Currin at Sadie Coles HQ.
Thomas Ruff at David Zwirner with press images from his archive but photographed front and back to capture the editor’s comments. The reflected lights, however, are not from the artist’s layering of images.
Willem Weismann at Zabludowicz Collection with images built up from the imagination.
Mai Thu Perret at Simon Lee Gallery with work inspired by Monique Wittig.
A blue plaque honouring nature has appeared just feet away from the show by Gavin Turk at Newport Street Gallery.
Bonnie Camplin of Cabinet Gallery showing here at the Camden Arts Centre. Images based on the artist’s mind expanding theories.