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10:00 at The National Gallery
Join Rachel Mclean, one of the most sharply satirical artists in Britain today, for a contemporary exploration of national identity.

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10:00 at Flowers Gallery
Featuring works from over 100 artists, Small is Beautiful is a rare opportunity to purchase smaller pieces by internationally recognised names and discover new talents working across a range of media.

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11:00 at South London Gallery
An multi-media exhibition showcasing some of the most dynamic work being made by emergent artists.

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11:00 at Rich Mix
Pick yourself up some quirky artwork or an offbeat artistic treat at the DIY Art Market - the unique market that showcases creations from over 100 emerging and established artists.

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10:00 at Tate Modern
Christian Marclay’s The Clock is a cinematic masterpiece that unfolds on the screen in real time through thousands of film and television images that form a 24-hour montage.

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12:00 at Gasworks
Gasworks presents Quantum Ghost, the first UK solo exhibition and a major new commission by Bristol-based artist Libita Clayton.

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10:00 at Tate Britain
From the war zones of Vietnam and Syria to the meditative landscapes of Somerset, Tate Britain presents over 250 images captured and printed by legendary British photographer Don McCullin.

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11:00 at The Fashion and Textile Museum
Discover the fashion, design and art of the Chelsea Set; a group of radical young architects, designers, photographers and artists who challenging the established order in 1950s London.

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10:00 at Somerset House
From the finest up-and-coming fashion talent from around the world, 16 designers will showcase a series of compelling installations to represent their respective country.

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10:00 at National Portrait Gallery
A major exhibition that focuses on the widely celebrated photographer Martin Parr's favourite subject, people and Britishness.

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