Arts & Galleries NEWPORT STREET GALLERY NEWPORT STREET, SE11 6AJ Helen Beard, Sadie Laska and Boo Saville: True Colours To 9 Sept ‘True Colours’, brings together three emerging artists – Helen Beard (b.1971, Birmingham), Sadie Laska (b.1974, West Virginia) and Boo Saville (b.1980, Norwich) – that, despite using paint in very different ways, all share an interest in exploring the possibilities of colour. Featuring over thirty works, the show is the largest exhibition to date for each artist. TATE BRITAIN MILLBANK, SW1P 4RG Aftermath Art in the Wake of World War One To 23 Sept Marking the 100 years since the end of World War One, Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One looks at how artists responded to the physical and psychological scars left on Europe. This fascinating and moving exhibition shows how artists reacted to memories of war in many ways. George Grosz and Otto Dix exposed the unequal treatment of disabled veterans in post-war society, Hannah Höch and André Masson were instrumental in the birth of new art forms dada and surrealism while Pablo Picasso and Winifred Knights returned to tradition and classicism. Lisa Brice: Art Now To 27 August Discover Brice’s take on the longstanding art-historical tradition of the female nude. Lisa Brice is a South-African born, London-based artist. On show at Tate for the first time, Brice’s work includes large-scale new and recent paintings which address the longstanding art-historical tradition of the female nude. All Too Human Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life To 27 August All Too Human celebrates the painters in Britain who strove to represent human figures, their relationships and surroundings in the most intimate of ways. It features artists including Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon alongside rarely seen work from their contemporaries including Frank Auerbach and Paula Rego. Many of them lived or live in London, drawn to the multicultural capital from around the world. William Roberts - The Dance Club (1923) | C U L T U R E | 30 THE RIVER MAGAZINE | Summer 2018