Gallery run 13th February

Bram Bogart at White Cube with really thick paint, plus other extenders.

Dorothea Tanning at Alison Jacques with the gorilla and bike used as symbols arrested evolution and contemplative travel.

Jordon Wolfson at Sadie Coles with animations on spinning fan blades. The blades are invisible (except on the photograph) and provide the support or substrate for the hologram image to be formed on.

James Turrell at Pace Gallery London with striking light pieces.

France Lise McGurn at Simon Lee with colourful figurative works.

Flowers and graffiti on the Regents Canal towpath.

Christine Rebet at Parasol Unit with animated drawings.

Basil Beattie at Hales Gallery with great abstract work from the early 80’s.

Hertford Union Canal.

Gallery run 16th January

Hertford Union Canal.

Joanna Billing at Hollybush Gardens with a film in which a dance troupe carried heavy glass panels. These drew attention to the concrete block architecture of Raslatt in Sweden.

Paul Anthony Harford at Sadie Coles, Condo Art with drawings that have occasional surreal scenes.

Lucie Stahl at Sadie Coles, Condo Art with resin-covered collages.

Christian Flamm at Sadie Coles, Condo Art.

Jos De Gruyter and Harald Thys at Sadie Coles, Condo Art.

Alex Israel at Gagosian with thought images.

Sofia Mitsola at Pilar Corrias, Condo Art with simplified female figures painted large scale.

Sedrick Chisom at Pilar Corrias, Condo Art with painted canvas scrolls.

Gallery run 11th December

Richard Forster at Timothy Taylor with photorealistic drawings.

Jockum Nordstrom at David Zwirner with a shadow display of moving figures.

Kara Walker at Sprueth Magers with cutouts and films that have used them.

Leo Villareal at Pace Gallery with vivid images on giant LED displays.

Guy Ben Ner at Sadie Coles with a lighthearted mimed film to the soundtrack of Spielberg’s War of the Worlds.

Antony Gormley of White Cube with block-based figurative sculpture.

Helen Johnson at Pilar Corrias with paintings containing layered imagery.

Roy Oxlade at Alison Jacques Gallery with imaginative and interesting paintings.

Soft Furnishings, Ribosomes and Proteins.

Gallery run 29th November

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.

Gallery run 7th November

1361Art Marathon. Weekly runs tracked on GPS with stats, plus drop-ins at 8 galleries.
Eight pictures posted weekly plus the updated map.

1362Patrick Staff at Serpentine Gallery explores some of the problems humankind faces. Acid rain is simulated in the gallery with this metal drum filling up with lactic acid and acetic acid. For those into biology, these are mild organic acids important in cell metabolism.

1363Peter Doig at Michael Werner.
Gallery 12 on my map.

1364Alvaro Barrington at Sadie Coles HQ with evocative paintings.
Gallery 13 on my map.

1365Claire Tabouret at Almine Rech with elegant portraits.
Gallery 15 on my map.

1366Cy Twombly at #GagosianLondon with classic style sculpture made from simple materials and some then cast in bronze.
Gallery 14 on my map.

1367Lisa Brice at Stephen Friedman exploring alternative representations of the female figure.
Gallery 21 on my map.

1368Grayson Perry at Victoria Miro Gallery with pots and woven carpets that explore social themes.
Gallery 22 on my map.

1369Betty Parsons at Alison Jacques Gallery with beautiful painted wooden sculptures.
Gallery 28 from my map.

Gallery run 21st September

1291
Mary Webb at Hales Gallery with explorations of colour using rectangles as a recurring motif.

1292
Heidi Bucher at Parasol Unit with latex castings of interior spaces.

1293
Bit of a litter problem on Regent Street.

1294
Martine Syms at Sadie Coles with a wall piece that reads in the clockwise direction around the gallery and creates a stream of consciousness revealing amusing moments of self doubt.

1295
Kemang Wa Lehulere at Marian Goodman with images and sculpture based on South African strife.

1296
Bob And Roberta Smith at Royal Academy Of Arts with some large scale works, including these door pieces.

1297
Harold Ancart at David Zwirner with sublime paintings of glaciers.

1298
Daniel Richter of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac with paintings inspired by figures and abstraction.

1299
Gary Simmons of Simon Lee with images that suggest the cinema. Names of black actors and their films have undergone a process of partial erasure.

Gallery run 23rd August

1271
Tracy Emin of White Cube with a delicate bird on pole sculpture. At Frieze Sculpture Park.

1272
Simon Periton of Sadie Coles HQ with a delicate cut-out made from painted metal sheet. At Frieze Sculpture Park.

1273
Conrad Shawcross of Victoria Miro Gallery with a labyrinth. At Frieze Sculpture Park.

1274
Rachel Feinstein of Gagosian Gallery with a florid sculpture set in Regent’s Park at the Frieze Sculpture Park.

1275
Virginia Overton of White Cube with fab artwork reminiscent of blue collar fabrication. At Frieze Sculpture Park.

1276
Bharti Kher of Hauser And Wirth at Frieze Sculpture Park.

1277
John Baldessari of Marian Goodman Gallery with a 6’7” penguin. At Frieze Sculpture Park.

1278
Kiki Smith has created a figure out of a fairy tale. At Frieze Sculpture Park.

1279
Elmgreen And Dragset of Galerie Perrotin at Frieze Sculpture Park.

Gallery run 12th August

1251
David Annesley lovely colours and forms here kick off the Sculpture In The City trail 2018

1252
Gabriel Lester in Sculpture In The City with bus stop display units commandeered for art.

1253
Michail Pirgelis of Sprueth Magers with a section of plane.

1254
Juliana Cerqueira Leite in Sculpture In The City with an object made from hollowing out, by hand, a clay tube and the making a cast of the resulting cavity.

1255
Sean Scully with a stack sculpture in Sculpture In The City

1256
Sarah Lucas of Sadie Coles HQ with a great recreation of a formerly kitsch ornament turned to high out partly due to the surreal aubergines cargo.

1278
Jean Luc Moulene of Thomas Dane Gallery with an object that looks like a beautiful application of vinyl wrap around a super car.

1257
Thomas J Price of Hales Gallery with striking heads in Sculpture In The City

1259
Nancy Rubins of Gagosian with a giant metal casting incorporating familiar shapes.

Gallery run 5th July

1211
Rosa Loy at The Approach with great German symbolic realism.

1212
Kasper Bosmans at The Approach with a small cosmic-looking painting. Fab piece.

1213
Brick Lane doorway. Love it, by the way!

1214
Collier Schorr of Stuart Shave Modern Art in a reclining pose for a selfie.

1215
Cosmic! Michelle Stuart at Alison Jacques Gallery with a grid made in 1969 and inspired by the moon.

1216
Keren Cytter of Pilar Corrias with imaginative use of reflective sheet that turns the gallery floor into a sort of makeshift projector screen helped by the intense spotlights coupled with dim over-lighting.

1217
Urs Fischer of Sadie Coles HQ with iPhone artworks showing the wit of the artist.

1218
Leonor Antunes at Marian Goodman Gallery with screens based on architectural and art motifs including those of Anni Albers.

1219
Juan Munoz of Frith Street Gallery with vividly drawn objects.

Gallery run 10th May

1131
Beatriz Milhazes at White Cube with a 15m long tapestry in her characteristic style.

1132
JeffKeen at Kate MacGarry with an early example of spliced 8mm film intercut with animation.

1133
Birgit Jurgenssen of Alison Jacques Gallery with delicately presented photographs using gauze fabrics to give a soft focus and welded metal frames which she made herself.

1134
Wilhelm Sasnal at Sadie Coles HQ with paintings in his distinctive style.

1135
Christian Boltanski at Marian Goodman with films of interventions and installations in deserted landscapes.

1136
Juan Usle of Frith Street Gallery with delicate brushwork.

1137
Rose Wylie at David Zwirner with evocative paintings made from the artist’s memory and images she finds in her studio.

1138
Alvaro Barrington at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac with paintings and sketches.

1139
Joseph Beuys at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac with a big retrospective and here a transformer and felt installation.