Exhibitions in London

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The best exhibitions showing in London

  1. Museum of London Docklands Hertsmere Rd, West India Quay, E14 4AL
  2. Until Sun Nov 2
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  1. British Museum 44 Great Russell St, WC1B 3DG
  2. Until Sun Nov 30
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  1. V&A Cromwell Rd, SW7 2RL
  2. Sat Apr 5 2014 - Sun Jul 27 2014
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Bob Mazzer: Underground

  • Free

During his daily commute to Kings Cross, Bob Mazzer was privy to the diversity and unusual subterranean goings on of London’s underground network. In the 1980s he began to photograph his encounters and glimpses and until recently these extraordinary documents of social history had remained unseen. Here, you can witness the ‘party’ Mazzer captured from buskers, punks and drunks and to the rockers, workers and smokers.

  1. Howard Griffin Gallery 189-190 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6HU
  2. Until Sun Jul 13
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FreshFaced+WildEyed 2014

  • Free

With graduate season hotting up, this annual open submission provides a much-needed platform to nurture and showcase innovative styles coming out of colleges across the UK. The twenty-two recent BA and MA graduates selected demonstrate a diversity of techniques and subjects – all manipulating the medium to achieve astounding effects.

  1. Photographers' Gallery Ramillies Street, W1F 7LW
  2. Until Sun Jul 13
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Fiona Banner: Mistah Kurtz – He Not Dead

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Free

What does the City of London look like through the eyes of a war photographer? That’s the question Fiona Banner asked. We’re not talking about London as shot by the likes of Bill Brandt during WWII, by the way. We’re talking about the Square Mile right now, as witnessed by a chronicler of twenty-first-century conflict.

  1. PEER 97-99 Hoxton St, N1 6QL
  2. Until Sat Jul 26
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Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album

  • Rated as: 4/5

Many stars claim that had they not been actors, they’d have been hooligans; by all accounts Dennis Hopper (1936-2010) managed to be both. In 1955 aged 19, he appeared in ‘Rebel Without a Cause’. In 1961, wife-to-be Brooke Hayward gave him a camera and for the next few years he interspersed his acting roles and drug-related insanity with thousands of black-and-white photographs.

  1. Royal Academy of Arts Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BD
  2. Until Sun Oct 19
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Silent Exchange: The Landscape Photography of Charlie Waite

Landscape photographer Charlie Waite spent the first decade of his career working in theatre and television, so it's fitting that this exhibition of more than fifty images is displayed in the National Theatre's Lyttelton Foyer. The collection includes some of Waite's most important landscapes as well as new works. The exhibition is free and you don't need to be in possession of a theatre ticket to check it out.

  1. National Theatre, Lyttelton South Bank, SE1 9PX
  2. Until Sat Aug 16
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London Life

  • Free

This collection of street photography by Colin O'Brien provides a fascinating record of London's characters and lifestyle over the last 65 years. O'Brien took his first London photograph in 1948 at just eight years old, and has continued to document his city surroundings ever since.

  1. Hackney Museum 1 Reading Lane, E8 1GQ
  2. Until Sat Aug 30
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Nina B
Nina B

Many of your exhibitions are closed. Your website is clearly not regularly updated.