Beginning on the 6th of February, the National Portrait Gallery hosts a new collection of work by legendary British photographer David Bailey. Expect iconic and candid images of figures ranging from Kate Moss to Francis Bacon. Find out more here:
From now until the 5th of April at the Royal Academy, witness a unique collection of architectural spaces from four continents. Explore how texture, colour, shape and space inform the way we think and feel. Find out more here:
From today until the 31st of May Tate Modern exhibits the work of American photographer Harry Callahan. Expect deeply personal and powerful images of 20th Century America, find out more here:
Still exhibiting at the Wellcome Collection until February 9th, ‘Foreign Bodies, Common Ground’ is a uniquely intimate collection of work from artists who worked in research centres in Thailand, Vietnam, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa and the UK.
Beginning on the 13th of February, Tate Modern presents a collection of the work of influential Pop Artist Richard Hamilton. Look forward to iconic and immersive imagery from one of the originators of the Pop Art movement:
On February the 5th the BFI begins a season of films by celebrated British director Derek Jarman. Expect a mix of subversive artistry, occult sexuality and filmic alchemy – all on London’s iconic Southbank: