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The Best Exhibitions in London | reviews, news & interviews

The Best Exhibitions in London

The Best Exhibitions in London

Whiteread, Sargent, Pink Floyd and more: our favourite shows to see now

Rachel Whiteread's 'Ether', 1990, at Tate Britain until JanuaryJoe Humphrys © Tate

Fahrelnissa Zeid, Tate Modern ★★★ Rediscovering a forgotten genius of 20th century who was erased from history. Until 8 Oct

Matisse in the Studio, Royal Academy ★★★★ Intriguing insight into the artist's relationship with his possessions. Until 12 Nov

Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains, V&A ★★★★ Brilliantly inventive exhibition revisits a half-century of the Floyd. Until 1 Oct

Queer British Art 1861-1967, Tate Britain ★★★★ A vital selective history in images, but is much of it great art - and does it matter? Until 1 Oct

Rachel Whiteread, Tate Britain ★★★★ A singular vision that transforms everyday objects into extraordinary sculptures. Until 21 Jan 2018

Sargent, Dulwich Picture Gallery ★★★★ Wonders in watercolour: the great portraitist lets his hair down. Until 8 Oct

The Encounter, National Portrait Gallery ★★★★ Dazzlingly evocative drawings in unexpected glimpse inside the artists' studios of the past. Until 22 Oct

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