No chance of coming away anything except astounded, the comparatively retiring modern artist who was celebrated by Walter Benjamin, and created an enchanted world as well as some some epic colour harmonies.
At first it will take you aback, but wait around and you will understand. Another fine choice of a modern counterpoint in some new drawings made by Serra for the Cortauld.
The collaborative duo create a sophisticated, but also knowing and misanthropic, take on a collection of design, art and objects with virtuosic wit.
A nice selection that opens up a bit of the process of the (little appreciated in his own time) master that should leave you satisfied with inclusions of his most memorable work.
The 'An American in London' exhibition provides a beatiful assortment of paintings in the pretty surround of Dulwich that will really get you to know this painter from his late career through his sensuous paintings where every square inch is lavished with delicacy and urgency.
An impressive mix of painting and photography that was made as a reaction to the Mexican Revolution. From Diego Rivera to Henri Cartier-Bresson, this exhibition brings together work from native Mexicans, and also those who travelled there and were influenced by the political climate.
Interesting as much as it is engrossing and a bit exciting, her work explores our relationship with space, and in particular, the theatre, its stage and its set design.
If you caught his 'Oil' series at The Photographer's gallery last year, then you know that his pictures are quite extraordinary, and revealing of the present power of industry which reaches the sublime fantasies of yesteryear.
An opportunity to see the fine printmaking of the German old master, which will astound. Iconic work mixed with others that will surprise and hold your interest.
An abstract and 'generative' photography that has relevance and beauty. In a movement of photography that is happening now - go see it.