Indulge in art this July, from landmark new openings to a free sculpture exhibition in Regents Park
July is a month of firsts for the art world in London. The National Portrait Gallery is unveiling its first ever exhibition of European masters, while Freize Sculptures launches in Regents Park for the first time, showcasing 23 astounding sculptures as part of London’s summer of culture programme. LA artist Danny Minnick also debuts his first solo show at Maddox Gallery in Mayfair.
Elsewhere, explore Hella Jongerius’ vibrant and tactile world of textiles; marvel at Peter Marino's bronze sculptures or get to know London’s latest one-to-watch at the Palm Tree Gallery in Notting Hill. Bowman Sculpture in St James's presents a prolific new sculpture exhibition, while the Victoria & Albert museum celebrates one of the furniture world's most ubiquitous materials.
From Rembrandt to Rodin, scroll on for new exhibitions in London and start planning your July culture calendar now.