Georgia O'Keeffe - until 30th October at the Tate Modern

The Tate Modern boasts the largest retrospective held for O'Keeffe in the U.K. for over twenty years. The American artist is known worldwide for her colossal flowers as well as her works inspired by the architecture and landscapes of New Mexico.

The selection presented retraces O'Keeffe's career, spanning more than six decades, featuring one hundred works, from her early abstractions through to her later paintings.

Jimson Weed, White Flower No.1, which sold at Sotheby's in 2014 for $ 44 405 000. A series of portraits by her husband, Alfred Stieglitz, complete the exhibition. Don't delay seeing this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition as it ends on 30th October.

For more information, see www.tate.org.uk.

Georgia O'Keeffe (1887 - 1986) Jimson Weed / White Flower No. 1 Georgia O'Keeffe (1887 - 1986) Jimson Weed / White Flower No. 1 Georgia O'Keeffe (1887 - 1986) Jimson Weed / White Flower No. 1 Georgia O'Keeffe (1887 - 1986)
Jimson Weed / White Flower No. 1

The Infinite Mix - until 4th December  at The Store for the Hayward Gallery

Hayward Gallery, in association with The Vinyl Factory present their first major exhibition outside of the gallery's walls.

In this new creative space located on the Strand, a group of international artists exhibiting at leading public immersive audiovisual installations will be on display. The video and musical works meet together to create an original experience for the public, described by The Sunday Times as "Somewhere art has never been before" and "a contender for show of the year" by The Evening Standard.

For more information see here www.theinfinitiemix.com.

Bom Bom's Dream, 2016 by Jeremy Deller and Cecilia Bengolea Image courtesy the artists Bom Bom's Dream, 2016 by Jeremy Deller and Cecilia Bengolea Image courtesy the artists Bom Bom's Dream, 2016 by Jeremy Deller and Cecilia Bengolea Image courtesy the artists Bom Bom's Dream, 2016 by Jeremy Deller and Cecilia Bengolea
Image courtesy of the artists

Abstract Expressionism - until 2nd January at the Royal Academy

This highly anticipated exhibition opened at the Royal Academy just this week. It reveals the full extent of a movement that will forever be associated with the boundless creative energy of the 1950s in New York abstract expressionism.

After the uncertainty of the Second World War, artists like Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, Arshile Gorky and Willem de Kooning challenged conventions to create a new form of art that was bold, intense and spontaneous.

For more information see here www.royalacademy.org.uk.

Björk Digital - until 23rd October at Somerset House

This immersive and unique exhibition is dedicated to the Icelandic icon Björk.

In a set of digital and video works, all created by Björk in collaboration with virtual reality artists, fans will be plunged into an extraordinary artistic experience .

The event includes the immersive film entitled Black Lake, commissioned by MoMA and directed by Andrew Thomas Huang.

See here for more information www.somersethouse.org.uk.

"Björk Digital" © Photo by Nick Knight. Typography by MMParis "Björk Digital" © Photo by Nick Knight. Typography by MMParis "Björk Digital" © Photo by Nick Knight. Typography by MMParis "Björk Digital"
© Photo by Nick Knight. Typography by MMParis

Engineering the World: Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design - until 6th November at the Victoria & Albert Museum

The V & A celebrates the life and legacy of Ove Arup (1895-1988) one of the greatest engineers of the 20th century, with the first major retrospective dedicated to this philosopher-engineer.

Ove Arup helped redefine the way architects, designers and engineers work together through pioneering a multidisciplinary approach.

Besides the Sydney Opera House, the most famous of Arup's designs, the exhibition explores various construction projects through models, drawings, prototypes, archives, photographs and videos.

Image via Dezeen Image via Dezeen

See here for more information www.vam.ac.uk.

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