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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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Exhibitions to See this October

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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05/10/2021
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Exhibitions to See this October
Our picks for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month...

Don your exhibition caps because this October London has exhibitions galore. From the detailed exploration and celebration of movement, to the emotive experience of imprisonment and censorship that exists in modern day society, there is no limit to the subject matter that is being explored through the artistic medium. These are our top choices to go and see this Autumn.


Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | 7th October 2021 – 6th February 2022


This October, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta will be exhibiting in London. This is her first major exhibition in London and is not one to be missed. "Sun at Night" explores censorship, confinement, and resistance by exploring the frailty of freedom of expression. Gupta will present and build on her acclaimed project For, In Your Tongue, I Cannot Fit (2017–18) – an immersive installation and soundscape which consists of 100 microphones suspended above 100 metal spikes, each penetrating a page inscribed with a fragmented verse of poetry by a poet incarcerated for their work, writings, or beliefs. The poetry spans from the 8th to the 21st century and is composed of many languages. By presenting this project, those who were silenced have been given a voice.

Shil;pa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.
Shilpa Gupta, Sun at Night, 2021. Installation View.


Nicolas Poussin: Poussin and the Dance | 9th October 2021 – 2nd January 2022

This autumn see the works of Nicolas Poussin being exhibited in The National Gallery. However, this exhibition will show the French classical artist in a completely new light. In Poussin and the Dance, the artist shows how he wrestled with capturing moments of movement and capturing the expressive potential of the human body. This exhibition blesses London with the opportunity to rediscover Poussin, to appreciate the paradox between his diligent, careful practice and the joyous and carefree scenes he created.


Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.
Nicolas Poussin, A Dance to the Music of Time, 2021. Wallace Collection.

Zadok Ben-David: Natural Reserve | 16th October 2021 – 27th March 2022


Zadok Ben-David is an internationally renowned artist who explores the relationship between humanity and the natural world. The exhibition explores this relationship in a uniquely creative light whilst also centring on themes of tragedy contrasted with hope. His work is that of wonder, poetry, and magic. It oscillates between larger-than-life installations and the most intricate and delicate of minute works. Included in his upcoming exhibition is a majestic and all-consuming installation, Blackfield. This installation has not been presented in the UK since 2007.

Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.
Zadok Ben-David, Blackfield. Detailed view.

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