Rosa Loy at The Approach with great German symbolic realism.
Kasper Bosmans at The Approach with a small cosmic-looking painting. Fab piece.
Brick Lane doorway. Love it, by the way!
Collier Schorr of Stuart Shave Modern Art in a reclining pose for a selfie.
Cosmic! Michelle Stuart at Alison Jacques Gallery with a grid made in 1969 and inspired by the moon.
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.
Urs Fischer of Sadie Coles HQ with iPhone artworks showing the wit of the artist.
Leonor Antunes at Marian Goodman Gallery with screens based on architectural and art motifs including those of Anni Albers.
Juan Munoz of Frith Street Gallery with vividly drawn objects.
Drawing by David Shrigley and Keren Cytter. A simple but effective film and miniature sculptures in a show called Junkie. Lastly, yellow voids.
At Pace Gallery. Wang Guangle presents much brighter vods than the black openings in earlier work. The X shape comes from successive layering.
Keren Cytter, Ocean, at Pilar Corrias. Much of the art making paraphernalia becomes subject matter along with the animals and organisms expected from the title.
David Shrigley at Stephen Friedman.
David Shrigley, my favourite in the 2013 Turner Prize shortlist, exhibiting at Stephen Friedman. 4th plinth commission is on its way later in the year.
This lovely little video piece looks like micro-organisms being gently wafted around in a fluid. Tiny points of light beat rhythmically. But it is actually the artist’s own heartbeat and the moving points of light, we are told, come from a glitzy reflective top that moves gently to the rhythm.
Jac Leirner at White Cube with a show called Junkie. The spirit levels are still present in the new show and now mixed with drug paraphernalia. The tiny head is made of cocaine.