Back by popular demand, London Gallery Weekend opens for its third edition from June 2-4. With a host of free events across the city, galleries – old and new – will open their doors to welcome art enthusiasts, budding collectors and the creatively curious alike.

In celebration of London’s enduring creative scene, fueled by artistic veterans and emerging scene shakers, the weekend marks the world’s largest gallery-led event of its kind. Featuring over 120 participants, from old-guard establishments like the White Cube and Hauser & Wirth to those spaces bubbling up at the surface, such as Guts Gallery and Rose Eaton.

The weekend will also feature an expansive performance programme across the capital, a series of curated routes by leading art world figures, late-night openings and exciting workshops.

So if you're in the city this weekend and fancy some artistic indulgence we've rounded up the best of London Gallery Weekend.

‘Hardcore’ at Sadie Coles

Hardcore is a group exhibition including 18 artists’ whose works centre on the power dynamics of sex, the diverse nature of intimacy, and our reaction to it. Unapologetic and honest, the exhibition provokes reaction, thought and important discussion around essential human questions.

Chris Ofili, ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ at Victoria Miro

A major new series of paintings by veteran Chris Ofili is on show at East London’s renowned Victoria Milo Gallery. Completed over the past six years, the works reflect on the idea of sin in mythical, dreamlike scapes. A new publication, accompanying the exhibition features work by seven writers invited by the artists to explore the exhibition’s theme.

Isamu Noguchi, ‘This Earth, This Passage’ at White Cube

Following his esteemed retrospective at the Barbican in 2021, Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi’s work goes on display at the White Cube. ‘This Earth, This Passage’ brings together his more robust works from the 1920s to the 1980s in varied materials, such as bronze, hot-dipped galvanized steel, basalt and granite.

Maisie Cousins, ‘Walking Back To Happiness’ at TJ Boulting

After her signature sensual work featured as part of ‘Writing her own Script. Women Photographers from the Hyman Collection’ at Photo London in May. Maisie Cousins embarks on new ventures into AI and installation. ‘Walking Back To Happiness’ is a combination of her visceral photography with her new medium, each delving into the revival of childhood memories.

Victoria Cantons, ‘What Birds Plunge Through Is Not The Intimate Space’ at Guts Gallery

Guts is rapidly becoming London’s destination for the best in emerging art, since setting up shop in Clapton at the end of last year. The latest opening of Victoria Cantons’s genstrual work explores themes of desire, loss, time and the function of language through a distinctly literary lens.

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