Tate Modern, Bankside, London: Joan Miró: The Ladder of Escape (14 April – 11 September)
The surrealist’s body of work – which spanned six decades, capturing the Spanish Civil War and the fall of Franco – includes over 150 iconic paintings, drawings and prints.
Flash Projects, 5 Saville Row, London: Street Fighting Man (28 April – 4 June)
A collection of photographs that document an undercurrent of youth protest in Britain beginning with London’s anti-war protests in 1968 and leading up to present day student riots.
Rebecca Hossack, 28 Charlotte Street, London: Cybèle Young: Paper Conversations (3 May – 21 May)
Sculptures made from Japanese paper and copper plates capture “fleeting day-to-day experiences”.
Raven Row, 56 Artillery Lane, Liverpool Street, London: Peter Kennard: @ Earth (2 May- 22 May)
A collection of photomontage which pulls together the artist’s past iconic images to devise an anti-war sentiment. His work have previously been published in the New Statesman.
Turner Contemporary, The Rendezvous, Margate (16 April)
Designed by David Chipperfield, the modernist gallery opens to the public with its inaugural exhibition, JMW Turner’s Kent landscapes.