River Thames to Hackney.
Sam Durant at Sadie Coles HQ with protest slogans made beautiful in light boxes.
Claudio Parmiggiani at Simon Lee Gallery with a soot print made from a fire in a specially set up library. These prints are on boards that were placed behind the shelves and books and then the soot wafted through.
Roberto Matta at Robilant Voena with psychic landscapes and imagery that inspired the surrealists.
Rodney Graham at Canada Gallery in Canada House. A survey of his work.
Alicja Kwade at Whitechapel Gallery with celestial imagery using iPhones that rotate but continually use their orientation sensor to pick out the correct region of space in front of themselves to depict on the screen.
Jaki Irvine at Frith Street Gallery with a sound and video installation. It has a song she wrote herself in a traditional Irish style. Also there is an historic account of the 1916 Easter rising in Southern Island. Though risking execution as traitors many women took part and the artist celebrates them here.
Chris Succo at Almine Rech Gallery with paint and spray paint compositions from life.
Georg Baselitz at Michael Werner showing work from 77-92 and continuing a relationship with the gallery that goes back to the early 60’s.
Lisa Brice at Stephen Friedman Gallery showing blue drawing paintings of women in contemplative poses usually unaware of any external viewer.