RUN-RIOT RECOMMENDS: Mike Bartlett’s #Contractions by @DeafinitelyT MUST END 29th NOV @newdiorama https://t.co/v1sAqFSCrn
 
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10:00 at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Delivering a splash of colour to the winter months, Rose Wylie brings her large-scale paintings to the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.

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10:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
From Life explores the past, present and future of life drawing, and how the practice is changing with the evolution of technology, providing new ways of creating and viewing art.

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10:00 at Tate Britain
Celebrating over 25 years of Rachel Whiteread’s internationally acclaimed sculpture.

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11:00 at The Hayward Gallery
The first UK retrospective of German photographer Andreas Gursky. Expect large-scale, often spectacular pictures illustrating emblematic sites and scenes of the global economy and contemporary life.

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11:00 at The Fashion and Textile Museum
An inspirational exhibition charting the history, culture and subversion of the most affordable and popular item of clothing on the planet... The T-shirt!

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10:00 at V&A
A landmark exhibition exploring a vivid story of opera from its origins in late-Renaissance Italy to the present day.

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12:00 at Barbican
Another Kind of Life follows the lives of individuals and communities operating on the fringes of society from America to India, Chile to Nigeria.

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10:00 at Wellcome Collection
Bringing together works by four contemporary artists, who have worked with scientists to explore what lies beneath, beyond and between, and question what it means to be human in the 21st Century.

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10:00 at Tate Modern
Illustrious female artist & pioneer of video & performance, Joan Jonas takes over the Tate Modern. Explore this incredible artists work in not just the galleries, but the Starr Cinema & the Tanks.

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11:00 at Pump House Gallery
A multi-disciplinary exhibition exploring New Zealand artist Spong's interest in the fertile margins where things meet or spill over, playing in the crevices of culturally-inscribed boundaries.

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