Charles Avery: The Nothing of the Day at GRIMM Gallery

See a solo exhibition of new works by Charles Avery, the artist’s first exhibition at GRIMM’s recently-opened London location. Avery’s exhibition features paintings, sculptures and texts that depict scenes from the artist’s imagined island, showing sights that are both familiar and uncanny. 25 May-8 July, 2023

The Nothing of the Day can be seen featured in Time Out, The Standard, and The Art Newspaper.

Sophie-Yen Bretez exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

See solo exhibition “Powerful, despite it all” by French-Vietnamese artist Sophie-Yen Bretez at the JD Malat Gallery on Davies Street, Mayfair. A champion of emerging female artists, the exhibition invites viewers to embark on a journey to reflect on the themes of memory, pain, and resilience through the lens of universal femininity. 8 June-8 July, 2023.

Avedon: Glamorous exhibition at Hamiltons Gallery

See iconic and rarely seen photographs by pioneering photographer Richard Avedon at Avedon: Glamorous at Hamiltons Gallery. Marking the centenary of Richard Avedon’s birth, this exhibition features photographs that focus on glamour, including images of Tina Turner and Andy Warhol. Find out more17 May-11 August, 2023. 

Richard Avedon, Debutante Cotillion, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 19, 1963

Fumi Imamura: The Moon Garden, Their Garden at Lyndsey Ingram

Don't miss the first UK solo exhibition of the Japanese artist Fumi Imamura at the Lyndsey Ingram gallery, featuring 40 new works. The artist uses collage and watercolour on paper to create glossy, crinkly floral works. Her delicate creations resemble dried flowers pressed into the pages of a book, but often on a wall-sized scale. These works feature botanical motifs inspired by Japanese folklore and the landscape of her native Aichi province in central Japan. 9 June-21 July, 2023

Naomi Vona and Karimah Hassan exhibition at Mercato Mayfair

Head to Mercato Mayfair's ground floor to discover fine art prints by Naomi Vona and Karimah Hassan. The food hall is hosting the temporary art exhibition as part of the Art in Mayfair festival, with the goal of supporting XLP, a London-based charity that creates positive futures for young people in London through education, mentoring, work, sport and the arts. A total of 50% of the proceeds will be donated to XLP while 100% of donations will support XLP. Revenue from the artwork sales (minus transaction fee) are divided between the charity (50%) and the artists (30%) while 20% will cover admin costs. 12 June-9 July, 2023 

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