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10:00 at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Hito Steyerl is an artist and filmmaker whose work explores the complexities of the digital world, art, capitalism, and the implications of Artificial Intelligence for society.

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10:00 at Somerset House
Join American artist and environmental activist Justin Brice Guariglia, as he takes over Somerset House courtyard to address the ecological crisis with his largest scale installation to date.

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06:00 at The Smallest Gallery in Soho
San Francisco based, multidisciplinary artist Strider Patton takes over The Smallest Gallery in Soho to present (k)now, a two-part installation that gently reminds us of our shared humanity.

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10:00 at Design Museum
Step inside the world of Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century.

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11:00 at Southbank Centre
Dramatic, compelling, thought-provoking and influential, Kader Attia’s first UK survey exhibition traces several strands of the artist’s work from the past two decades.

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10:00 at Barbican
Prepare to meet the future in this highly interactive exhibition exploring the world of artificial intelligence.

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10:00 at The Saatchi Gallery
The first UK fair dedicated to modern and contemporary drawing as a fundamental creative practice.

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11:00 at The Hayward Gallery
Kiss My Genders, a group exhibition celebrating more than 30 international artists whose work explores and engages with gender fluidity, as well as non-binary, trans and intersex identities.

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10:00 at National Portrait Gallery
A new major retrospective of works by leading contemporary artist Cindy Sherman, exploring the tension between façade and identity.

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10:00 at V&A
An immersive journey into the fantastical worlds created by photographer Tim Walker.

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