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What’s On in London in July

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Paradox Museum

paradox museum

From 17 July
Location: 90 Brompton Road, SW3

The museum boasts over 50 interactive exhibits and 25 immersive rooms, offering a 90-minute experience that promises wonders and curiosity. Visitors can attempt to defy the odds of gravity in reverse rooms, unravel the mysteries of the paradoxical sofa, step inside a giant kaleidoscope, and navigate the intricate twists of the mirror maze.



Until 10 August
Location: Olivier Theatre

A body is found in the ice, and a woman is looking for her father while a man searches for his lost lover. Mnemonic is as much about origins as memory and remembering what is lost. Twenty-five years after its first staging, Complicité’s Mnemonic, conceived and directed by Simon McBurney, returns to the National starring Richard Katz and Eileen Walsh.

Gerhard Richter

gerhard richter

Until 20 October
Location: Serpentine South

This large-scale public work is the latest in a long-standing series of significant public presentations in the Royal Parks since Serpentine’s foundation in 1970. Strip-Tower builds on Richter’s ongoing interest in reflections, systems, and repetitions.

Alvaro Barrington: Grace

alvaro barrington

Location: Tate Britain

Be transported to the evocative, vibrant world of artist Alvaro Barrington in a major new installation. Barrington’s personal exploration of identity and belonging is a journey in three parts, honouring his grandmother, sister, and mother. This is Barrington’s poignant celebration of the people and places that make us feel we belong.

Meditations on Love

photographers gallery

Until 22 September
Location: Photographers’ Gallery

Meditations on Love welcomes you to consider how love is represented, preserved and remembered through an archive of photobooks, novels, and nonfiction works curated by the Develop Collective for The Photographers’ Gallery.

Beyond Fashion

saatchi ina jang

Until 8 September
Location: Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi Lates is an exhibition showcasing the work of acclaimed fashion photographers from around the world. The works demonstrate how fashion photography has moved past the simple presentation of product lines to reflect on the reality of our lives, explore our aspirations, and push the boundaries of creativity. Saatchi Lates takes place from 6:30 pm—9 pm on selected Fridays. Tickets include access to unique activations and workshops, the leading exhibition, and ground-floor shows.

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Pendle Harte joined Zest in 2012 as launch editor of Absolutely Notting Hill, Zest's first London title, and then became launch editor of Absolutely Home magazine in 2018. Now she edits the London portfolio, sourcing content on all things London related, from food to culture via fashion, interiors and health. Pendle is a lifelong Londoner whose interests include books, clothes, theatre and spelling. She lives with her partner and their two teenage daughters in north west London.
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