Gallery run 29th January

Leake Street, love the different fonts.

Joe Bradley at Gagosian London with vivid abstract piece in a group show.

Edward Ruscha at Gagosian London with a painting of a blown out truck tyre on an open road.

Edward Hopper at Gagosian London in a group show.

Duan Hanson sculpture at Gagosian London. It really does make you do a double-take even with the expectation of seeing such a piece.

Josh Blackwell at Kate MacGarry with artworks made from bags that have been joined together into single artworks, perhaps using a hot press.

Katy Moran at Stuart Shave Modern Art showing abstracts that have used repurposed old paintings as a source of paintable surface and perhaps also of inspiration and context.

Rubem Valentim at Approach Gallery with sculpture and paintings that develop a Brazilian symbolism.

Josh Brand with quirky photographs at Herald Street.

Gallery run 27th October

Regent’s Canal from the west to Hackney.

Tony Cragg at Lisson Gallery with sculptures inspired by organic and technological forms.

Maureen Gallace at Maureen Paley with work inspired by the artist’s local landscape.

Eddie Martinez of Timothy Taylor at Frieze 2016 sculpture park.

Rallou Panagiotou at Ibid Gallery with sculptures inspired by a derelict holiday resort.

Tala Madani at Pilar Corrias with a metaphysical take on disco.

Nairy Bagrhamian at Marian Goodman Gallery in Frieze 2016 sculpture park.

Ed Ruscha at Gagosian with works exploring ideas of extension in space and time.

Jeff Koons at Almine Rech with recreations of old master paintings bearing a mirror ball. Inspiration from Kiss Of Judas by Giotto at The Arena Chapel in Padua.

David Adamo at Ibid Gallery with small figures on ceder plinths.

Gallery run 28th April

Frames, cages and a look at the Tate’s new display.

179Ai Weiwei of Lisson Gallery produced this sculpture at St. Mary Axe.

178Jules de Balincourt at Victoria Miro with great glowing images.

177John Knight at Cabinet Gallery re-exhibits an instruction artwork. Also showing is a gallery cage of which we see a reflection.

176Nam June Paik used electrical coils to distort (further?) Nixon’s televised resignation address. Now at Tate Modern.

175Billy Childish at Carl Freedman with more vivid trees. The images have a great power close up and a close crop here tries to emulate that.

174Marlene Dumas at Tate Modern.

173Trellick Tower at the beginning of the Grand Union Canal approach to the first gallery.

172Ed Ruscha at Tate Modern.

171Great mural on Cowper Street near Whitechapel.