Zaha Hadid design for the Sackler Gallery where we met for a press view this morning.
Luchita Hurtado at The Serpentine Gallery with beautiful studies of light. There are also fine figurative works and amazing abstracts in this retrospective of a woman who met artists from all the great artistic movements of the last century whilst resolutely pursuing her own ideas.
Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery with large scale stone works exhibited in the gallery’s courtyard. They look stunning in the summer sun.
Jason Martin at Lisson Gallery with bands of paint that remind me of newly laid snow snagging occasionally on small protrusions.
Fergus Polglase at Central Saint Martins graduate show. Great tongue-in-cheek abstract painting of a motorbike road trip.
Navid Nuur at Parasol Unit with blown up doodles from those scribble pads where customers try out the new pens. We are all graffiti artists when we are not thinking about it.
Frank Bowling at Hales Gallery with abstracts reminiscent of the artist’s native Grenada. A warning is struck too as the iridescent water sometimes has rubbish strewn across the surface portrayed playfully by collage.
Near Brick Lane. Was in the prospect of a bagel or this fab mural that injected energy into those flagging limbs?
Sarah Morris at White Cube Gallery with an installation that reminds me of artificial intelligence.
Lisson Gallery to Hackney on Regent’s Canal then SLG.
Jason Martin of Lisson Gallery in a film at the gallery with his exhibited paintings, describing the paint moving technique he has returned to after 20 years.
Ai Weiwei at Lisson Gallery with parts of a Chinese hall. Sitting on the stones is encouraged.
Jonathan Baldock at Peer with Emma Hart showing a giant baby walker in a less than flattering portrait of domestic bliss. Love Life.
Kaye Donachie of Maureen Paley in a group show.
Silke Schatz at Wilkinson Gallery with work relating to political events whilst nature makes cameo appearances. A plant tree using shelf spurring.
Lucy McKenzie showing at Maureen Paley with images of our 4 infamous spies. Kim Philby.
Emma Hart at Peer with a two person show based on Punch and Judy called Love Life where domestic bliss is punctuated with arguments and repetition.
Brick Lane road sign.
Roman Ondak at South London Gallery on day 99 of his 100 day show. 100 slices of oak tree each bearing annual events of the last century are transferred from floor to gallery wall. Just one peg left for this Brexit slice.