Richard Deacon at Lisson Gallery with strained, stressed and, here, undulating forms.
Tony Cragg at Lisson Gallery with stacked forms with highly worked and intricate surfaces.
Bright oil pattern on a sunny day.
Hilary Lloyd at Sadie Coles with images and sounds from her adopted Thamesmead.
Erik Lindman at Almine Rech with attractive, shard-like paintings with glimmers of light and colour set in plain backgrounds.
Merlin Carpenter at Simon Lee Gallery with bright well-worked paintings offering some surreal twists.
Ged Quinn at Stephen Friedman Gallery with images that carry interesting surface markings that work with and against the 3d landscapes depicted.
Mark Bradford at Hauser and Wirth with amazingly intricate paintings that have underlying stacked paper structures.
Fiona Banner at Frith Street Gallery with sea-like images and objects plus a marvellous text detachable from a giant pile at the gallery entrance.