Helen Beard at Newport Street Gallery with brightly coloured figures in intimate settings.
Sadia Laska at Newport Street Gallery with artwork referencing the New York music and cultural scene.
Boo Saville at Newport Street Gallery with vividly painted found images from Google searches on the internet.
Seung Taek Lee at White Cube with great sculptures made from brightly coloured vinyl sheet stretched over sculptural supports.
Julian Schnabel at Pace Gallery has painted expressive black marks reminiscent (to me) of ploughs and pitch forks, on blown-up prints that originally celebrated country life. The prints were made by a Royal Academician and for those in the know Pace shares a building with the RA who are celebrating 250 years and this body of work is a nod to that anniversary.
Adboulaye Konate of Blain Southern showing at Stephen Friedman Gallery in a group show that celebrates African art and culture.
Florence Mytum at Slade postgraduate show. The stone structures of the art school’s architecture have been softened with extruded sponge.
Gabriela Giroletti at Slade postgraduate show.
Charlie Barlow at Slade postgraduate show with clusters of spots all over the corridors and even into the loo.