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Exhibitions

The guileful, soulful art of Khadija Saye

18 July 2020

9:00 AM

18 July 2020

9:00 AM

Khadija Saye: in this space we breathe

Victoria Miro at 236 Westbourne Grove, until 8 August

Rineke Dijkstra

Marian Goodman Gallery, until 25 July

Gwyneth Paltrow has a new neighbour. On the same block in Notting Hill as Gwynie’s Goop store, with its This Smells Like My Vagina scented candles and must-have child-calming essential oil sprays, a shopfront has been taken over to display a poignant series of self-portraits by a rather different woman.

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