GLITCH’s Guide To Exhibitions: February, London Edit 


Harm van den Dorpel’s “Struggle for Pleasure” When 31th Jan – 4th Feb 2024

Where: 4 Cromwell Place, South Kensington London SW7 2JE

Herm van den Dorpel has a solo show,  at Verse Work’s exhibition space for digital artworks. The exhibition “Struggle for Pleasure” is a conceptual presentation inspired by musical Minimalism and Impressionists’ pursuit of coherency, reflecting the conflict between visual aesthetics and intellectual thought. Examining the relationship between pixels and perception, Harm van den Dorpel presents the complexity and narratives within history and ourselves.

Unravel: The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art When: Tue 13 Feb—Sun 26 May 2024

Where: Silk St, Barbican, London EC2Y 8DS

The Barbican is displaying 50 international and intergenerational artists to showcase how textiles, fiber, and thread hold narratives and power imbalances. Using thread as the means to showcase the relationship between gender, labour, value, ecology, ancestral knowledge, extraction, and trade, the exhibition reveals the power dynamic of textiles.

Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You When: 7th Feb—6th May 2024

Where:  Serpentine North Gallery West Carriage Drive, London W2 2AR

Barbara Kruger’s solo exhibition at Serpentine South showcases Kruger’s notable work through video installations, both indoor and outdoor. Focusing on Kruger’s most iconic style which used graphic design, advertising, and magazines to present the complex relationship between gender, power, class, and capital. 

When Forms Come Alive  When: 7th Feb—6th May 2024

Where: Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX

Exploring and showcasing 60 years of contemporary sculpture, Hayward Gallery is presenting how artists portray themes of movement, flux, and organic growth in their work.

Yoko Ono – Music of the Mind

When: 15th Feb—1st Sept 2024

Where: Bankside, London SE1 9TG

A celebration of Yoko Ono’s career is debuting at the Tate Modern and it will be the UK’s largest exhibition on Ono to date. Ono is a  multidisciplinary working across music, art, film, and performance, and an activist for world peace. This exhibition will highlight her impact her long-lasting impact on culture.


Written by Amber Weir from GLITCH Magazine


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