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.
From the Peckham Festival through St James’ Park to Sadie Coles HQ. Along the Regent’s Canal to Stuart Shave Modern Art and finally Marian Goodman’s opening of Giuseppe Penone.
Nicolas Deshayes at Stuart Shave Modern Art. The pipes are hot!
Uri Anan at Sadie Coles HQ with altered objects arranged in boxes and on tables.
Dorothea Tanning FlowerPaintings at Alison Jacques.
Jack McConville Capital Depths at IBID London. Money as water in these paintings.
Giuseppe Penone at Marian Goodman Gallery. Art Povera.
Dinh Q Le The Colony in The Peckham Festival 2016. The use of drones for filming makes for stunning footage about the guano harvesters on a Peruvian island.
Rachel Rose Lake Valley at Pilar Corrias. Animated film with childlike imagery but dealing with universal themes of rejection and loneliness!
David Korty at Sadie Coles HQ with collages text portraits.