The Autumn is upon us, and that means the busiest time of the year in the Art Calendar. Here’s our pick of September’s shows:
Sep, 8 – Oct, 22 2016 Marian Goodman Gallery – Giuseppe Penone: Fui, Sarò, Non Sono (I was, I will be, I am not)
Part of a two part exhibition, with a simultaneous show in Paris, the London element of Penone’s shows presents work which explore the relationship between the artist’s body and his surrounding ecosystem.
Sept, 15 – Dec, 17 2016 Gagosian, Mayfair – Richard Serra: Drawings
As a precursor to his Britannia St show (opening in October), Serra presents a new series of composite drawings at Gagosian’s Davies St gallery.
Sept, 16 – Nov, 4 2016 Frith St Gallery – Tacita Dean: LA Exuberance
A collection of new works documenting Dean’s experiences whilst on the West Coast of America. The show includes prints, drawings and a new 35mm of fellow artist David Hockney.
Sept, 30 – Nov, 6 2016 White Cube Bermondsey – Antony Gormley: Fit
Gormley plays with the gallery space in this sequel to his 2012 show ‘Model’, creating a labyrinth in 15 chambers through which the viewer must navigate. This is set to be an iconic show of 2016.
Last Chance to see …
Until Sept, 18 2016 Tate Liverpool – Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms
Your last chance to see 30 paintings alongside rare drawings and documents in Francis Bacon’s largest exhibition in the north of England.