1. Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms at Tate Modern

Discover a world of endless reflections inside Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms at Tate Modern. Combining 2012 work Infinity Mirrored Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life, and a Chandelier of Grief, this exhibition offers a mesmerising and immersive glimpse into the mind of the Japanese artist. Until 30 Sep

2. After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art at the National Gallery

Take a trip to the National Gallery and discover some of the most iconic works that laid foundations for 20th and 21st century art. The exhibition, After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art, features nearly one hundred pieces by artists including Klimt, Munch, Matisse and Picasso, following a period when artists broke established traditions and influenced a radical turning point for modern art. Until 13 Aug

3. Astronomy Photographer of the Year at the National Maritime Museum

Thousands of photographs were submitted for the 14th edition of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, culminating in what’s considered the best display of astronomy photography in the world. This year’s display at the National Maritime Museum features stunning images, including a spectactular capture of a comet in the Southern Hemisphere and an Aurora Borealis gliding over shipwreck in Iceland. Until 13 Aug

4. Luxury and Power: Persia to Greece at the British Museum

The British Museum explores the relationship between luxury and power in the Middle East and southeast Europe. Discover how the Persian empire used objects and luxury as means of power and authority, as you go on a journey from Athens to ancient Iran and across the ancient empire of Alexander the Great. Until 13 Aug

5. Isaac Julien: What Freedom is to Me at Tate Britain

Explore the work and compelling talent of Isaac Julien, one of the leading artists in film and video today, at Tate Britain. The exhibition showcases the breakdown of barriers between different artistic disciplines, from film and dance, combined with paintings and sculpture, including large-scale, multi-screen installations which investigate the movement of people across different continents, times and spaces. Until 20 Aug

6. Summer Exhibition 2023 at the Royal Academy of Arts

Taking place since 1769, the Royal Academy of Arts‘ famous Summer Exhibition brings together artwork in all its forms from big names and emerging stars. You can view works by incredible artists, or treat yourself to your very own artwork to take home, all based around the Summer Exhibition 2023 theme “Only Connect”. Until 20 Aug

7. Colors Festival at Camden Market Hawley Wharf

Dive into the colourful world of street art with the Colors Festival at Camden Market Hawley Wharf. The exhibition takes you on a vibrant journey through colour themed rooms, offering an immersive glimpse into urban art by well-known street artists as well as emerging creatives. Until 31 Aug

8. Spaces in Between at the Outernet

Discover a new interactive experience at the Outernet, with The Spaces in Between, an installation designed by artist Rupert Newman. The experience takes you through three artworks , Tessellations and A Step Beyond; where you discover a digital natural world, and Geometric Soup; where you can experience with motion senses. Until SepWeekdays, 12pm to 2pm, 5pm to 7pm and 8pm to 10pm

9. Hilma af Klint & Piet Mondrian: Forms of Life at Tate Modern

Get a rare opportunity to see Hilma af Klint and Piet Mondrian’s work together in Forms of Life at Tate Modern. This exhibition showcases the two artists’ shared connections to the natural world, from early landscapes and depictions of flowers and trees to abstract paintings. Discover the relationship between the artists’ work and learn about their powerful influence on modern art. Until 3 Sep

10. Paul McCartney Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery

Following its reopening, The National Portrait Gallery brings an extraordinary collection of never seen before photographs taken by Sir Paul McCartney. Explore a series of portraits taken by the artist at the start of “Beatlemania”, when many cameras were following the band. 28 Jun-1 Oct

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