Frieze has been and gone but this Autumn still has some stunning exhibitions on offer. Here’s our pick of October’s shows:
Sep, 27 – Jan, 2 2016 Tate Britain – Turner Prize 2016
This year’s Turner Prize nominees are Michael Dean, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten, and Josephine Pryde. The exhibition has been well-received and is well worth a visit before the Prize’s temporary move to Hull in 2017.
Sep, 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.
Oct, 1 – Feb, 25 2017 Gagosian, Britannia St – Richard Serra: NJ-2, ROUNDS: EQUAL WEIGHT, UNEQUAL MEASURE, ROTATE
Serra presents three recent large-scale steel sculptures to coincide with his drawings show at Gagosian’s Mayfair gallery. The shows follow the critically acclaimed recent presentations in New York.
Oct, 1 – Nov, 5 2016 Lisson Gallery – Tony Cragg
In his 14th exhibition with the gallery, Tony Cragg presents his latest works at both of the Lisson’s venues.
Oct, 4 – Jan 21, 2017 Almine Rech – Jeff Koons
Jeff Koons exhibits a series of works featuring copies of historical artworks, all with a blue, hand-blown “Gazing Ball” inserted into the work, allowing the viewer to become a part of the painting. Koon’s show is also the first to be exhibited at Rech’s new Grosvenor Hill space.