Ian Cheng of Pilar Corrias at Serpentine Gallery with animated figures that follow their own wills created by AI programming.
Hermann Nitsch at Massimo De Carlo with paintings inspired by controversial performances by the artist, involving public dissections of bulls and other animals intertwined with religious themes.
Sarah Cain at Timothy Taylor with great abstract paintings.
Markus Lupertz of Michael Werner with a series of tent paintings he made in the 60’s from catalogue photos.
Newly decorated phone box outside Lisson Gallery.
Mary Corse at Lisson Gallery with highly reflective paintings that use micro glass beads familiar from road signs.
Richard Long of Lisson Gallery with a flint circle.
A radiant glow from a government building no less.
Dieter Roth at Rob Tufnell with a piece referencing the Daily Mirror newspaper.