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Into the Unknown: A Journey Through Science Fiction at the Barbican Centre

It’s fair to say that SEEN was keenly anticipating this exhibition. Having grown up on sci fi books and films, she was looking forward to a trip down memory lane and hoping to be inspired by new concepts and ideas. She was not disappointed. There’s so much here, it definitely bears repeat visits. Fortunately, it’s on until 1st September.

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CHUNK OF PUNK – ARCHIVE AT THE BARBICAN MUSIC LIBRARY

The Barbican celebrates 40 years of Punk with the opening of Jill Furmanovsky’s photography archives, featuring iconic and previously unseen portraits of many Punk bands. Punk was about creativity and inclusiveness. Furmanovsky’s own training famously echoed Punk’s defining agenda: ‘If you can play three chords, you can form a band.’ Furmanovsky embraced this ethos by …

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SOKARI DOUGLAS CAMP’S FIGHTING STEEL

The October Gallery’s ‘Primavera’ exhibition will display the impressive artworks of British Nigerian sculptor, Sokari Douglas Camp, who has committed herself to making the world a better and fairer place.

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SEEN

City of style, innovation and the next big thing, check out SEEN for the cutting edge of London.

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Topsafe TV

Designed to fill a void left by late night terrestrial television, Topsafe TV curates and features new work by emerging filmmaking talent.

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HOT SPOT: THE SAATCHI GALLERY AGAIN

You’ve still got the chance to visit Champagne Life, the all-female art show staged to mark Saatchi Gallery’s thirtieth anniversary. Re-opening on 2nd March after London Fashion Week, it features the work of 14 female artists from countries as diverse as France, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Iran and Serbia.

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Hang-Up

From online gallery to one of the freshest art venues in East London, Hang-Up Gallery showcases some of the best urban artists in the world.

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Conceptual Art in Britain 1964 – 1979

This unique exhibition, opening at Tate Britain from 12th April to 29th August 2016, will show how conceptual art mirrored the thought-provoking and politically engaged nature of a tumultuous period of social and political upheaval, that started with Harold Wilson’s first Labour government, and ended with the election of Margaret Thatcher.

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Friday Late: Radio V&A

February’s Friday Late: Radio V&A will investigate the history and culture of radio, from a vital mode of communication to a bitesize podcast.