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11:00 at Somerset House
Taking over the entirety of Somerset House, designers, innovators and cultural bodies from around the World celebrate the universal power of design and explore its impact on our emotional wellbeing.

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17:00 at South London Gallery
An exhibition that marks the culmination the Art Assassins' current project that investigates The Peckham Experiment, a pioneering health and social centre based in Peckham from 1926 to 1950.

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10:00 at V&A
Delve into one of the most significant design fields of our time with Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt. Try out new games and explore large-scale immersive installations and much more.

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10:00 at Tate Modern
Christian Marclay’s The Clock is a cinematic masterpiece that unfolds on the screen in real time through thousands of film and television images that form a 24-hour montage.

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10:00 at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
Renowned American artist, Mary Kelly presents Face-to-Face, an exhibition that comprises of works that demonstrate Kelly's sustained engagement with questions of war and violence.

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10:00 at Four Corners
Take a look at the 70s and 80s culture through the lens of London's radical filmmakers and photographers.

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12:00 at Hackney
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, [SPACE] are hosting their biggest Artists’ Open Studios event, ever! Discover work by some of the UK’s top artists alongside work from new and emerging talent.

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10:00 at Tate Britain
The finalists have been chosen & this year's shortlist highlights artists ‘tackling the most pressing political & humanitarian issues of today’.

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11:00 at Whitechapel Gallery
In this exhibition, artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset juxtapose emotional figurative sculptures with an extraordinary new large-scale installation that meditates on the fate of civic space.

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10:00 at [ SPACE ]
Soufiane Ababri confronts themes of homophobia and racism in his first solo UK exhibition.

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