Join our walks in London's best art galleries
Discover great art and have a good walk too!
Exhibitions are introduced by the galleries’ curators. Suitable to all.
"The Art Walk was wonderful, old masters and modern treats! Very well led. Bravo!" Elsbeth
"Great Walk gives art enthusiasts an opportunity to visit galleries which they otherwise may not go to." Bendu
"It was great to see a number of exhibitions in one go!" Clare
The Great WALK of Art promotes a UK charity MASK that supports creativity of children and young peopple in Africa.
Saturday 18 January, 3-5 pm
National Gallery -
Young Bomberg and the Old Masters exhibition displays early paintings by David Bomberg (1890–1957, UK)
alongside the works by old masters that inspired his language of early 20th-century modernist art.
Flowers Gallery –
Works on paper by Glen Baxter (b. 1944, UK) who is renowned for a unique style of social surrealism.
Sadie Coles HQ, Davies Street -
Drawings by Paul Anthony Harford (1943-2016, UK) focused on the elements of social realism and close observation.
Gagosian Gallery (Davies St) –
Cabinet of Curiosities by Richard Artschwager (1923-2013, US) in the show Live In Your Head
Gagosian Gallery (Grosvernor Hill) -
Works by Alex Israel (b.1982, US) in the exhibition Always On My Mind
Additional gallery: Almine Rech
The route may change on the day
The National Gallery, inside the Sainsbury Wing foyer, outside the Gallery's shop entrance.