Listings in category "Art exhibition"

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Art and Life: Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis, William Staite Murray, 1920 – 1931

Art and Life: Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis, William Staite Murray, 1920 – 1931 will offer a sensitive examination of the couple’s prolific output during their early time together and a rare opportunity to see their views of the same landscapes, seascapes, still lifes and portraits, some of the most memorable works of the period. 

Dulwich Picture Gallery
Until Sunday 21st September 2014, daily except Monday Read more...
Art for the Nation

Art for the Nation brings together 200 of the finest of over 4000 paintings in the Museum’s care, under the roof of the Queen’s House – the Museum’s showcase for art.

Queen's House, Greenwich
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BP Walk through British Art: 500 Years of British Art

This May a completely new presentation of the world’s greatest collection of British art opens at Tate Britain. For the first time, visitors can experience the national collection of British art in a continuous and purely chronological display, a walk through time from the 1500s to the present day.

Tate Britain
From Monday 13th May 2013 Read more...
British Folk Art

The first major survey of British Folk Art opens at Tate Britain in June 2014. Over 100 paintings, sculptures, textiles and objects have been drawn together from collections across the country in an exhibition that will celebrate folk art in the UK.

Tate Britain
Until Sunday 7th September 2014 Read more...
Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting

Architecture forms the basis of many Italian Renaissance paintings and now, as the result of a research partnership between the National Gallery and the University of York, visitors are invited to explore its differing representations in the exhibition ‘Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting’.

National Gallery
Until Sunday 21st September 2014 Read more...
Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs is a groundbreaking reassessment of the colourful and innovative final works of modern art master, Henri Matisse. 

Tate Modern
Until Sunday 7th September 2014 Read more...
Kader Attia

French Algerian artist Kader Attia’s (b. 1970) immersive, multi-media installations engage viewers in a reflection about anthropology, politics and science through the prism of art. 

Whitechapel Gallery
Until Wednesday 1st October 2014 Read more...
Kenneth Clark

This exhibition explores the impact of art historian, public servant and broadcaster Kenneth Clark (1903–1983), widely seen as one of the most influential figures in British art of the twentieth century. 

Tate Britain
Until Sunday 10th August 2014 Read more...
Richard Wilson: 20:50

Richard Wilson is one of Britain's most celebrated sculptors. 20:50 is a site specific oil installation first created in 1987.

Saatchi Gallery
From Saturday 1st January 2011 Read more...
Sitting the Light Fantastic: an installation by Kei Ito

Kei Ito's practice links together costume design for dance and theatre productions, fashion and accessories design, and textile and costume exhibitions for galleries. The installation has created a magical, fairy tale landscape within the front garden.

Geffrye Museum
From Thursday 16th September 2010 Read more...
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk

In the first major exhibition devoted to the celebrated French couturier, we invite you to explore Jean Paul Gaultier's fashion world. With his avant-garde fashion creations and cutting-edge designs, Gaultier has shaped the look of fashion over the last 35 years. His reputation for witty and daring designs and a ceaseless interest in society, identity and a beauty borne of difference has earned him a place in fashion history.

Barbican Art Gallery
Until Sunday 17th August 2014 Read more...
Victoria Revealed

Victoria Revealed, a new permanent exhibition, will explore the life and reign of one of the palace’s most famous residents - Queen Victoria - in her own words. Inspired by extracts from the Queen’s own journals and correspondence, and featuring displays of personal objects and artworks in the very rooms where she once lived, the exhibition will present a truly intimate account of Victoria’s extraordinary life. 

Kensington Palace
From Monday 26th March 2012 Read more...
War Artists at Sea

War Artists at Sea features paintings and works on paper and consists of a rolling programme of displays throughout 2014. 

Queen's House, Greenwich
Until Saturday 28th February 2015 Read more...
Painting Canada 2: Emily Carr and the Indigenous Art of the Northwest Coast

Emily Carr and the Indigenous Art of the Northwest Coast will showcase over 100 paintings produced by Carr between 1912 and 1939 including a focused selection of Carr’s watercolours and sketchbook drawings – less well-known even in Canada as well as the inclusion of reference material highlighting the importance of Indigenous Art as an influence for Carr.

Dulwich Picture Gallery
Between Saturday 1st November 2014 and Sunday 22nd February 2015, daily except Monday Read more...