Articles about exhibition
The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection is a candid exploration of the study of sex.
The American painter, John Singer
Sargent RA (1856-1925), is the star of the Royal Academy's
forthcoming exhibition, entitled Sargent and the Sea, which
opens on 10th July 2010.
Although best known as a portraitist, Sargent was also an important landscape painter...
Are you looking for somewhere interesting and unusual to go this summer? Australian Season is a celebration of Indigenous Australian culture at the British Museum. The event is sponsored by the international mining group, Rio Tinto, and is on display from April to October 2011.
Tate Modern and Tate Britain have outstanding exhibitions, both ticketed and free, planned for 2016. Works by Frank Auerbach, Mark Rothko, Susan Philipsz and Abraham Cruzvillegas are sure to attract large audiences.
The latest exhibition to be held at London's Fashion and Textile Museum is Artist Textiles Picasso to Warhol. During a recent visit to the FTM, Frances Spiegel met the curators and discussed what it's like to mount an exhibition like this.
Gallery Elena Shchukina is one of London's newest and most exciting art galleries. The latest exhibition, entitled Autumn Bliss, features twenty-five paintings by prominent Japanese artist Kyosuke Tchinai and eleven beautiful sculptures by Katusha Ostroumoff Bull.
London's art galleries and museums, from the V&A to the Courtauld, from the Museum of Childhood to the Imperial War Museum, offer exciting opportunities for adults and children.
Out of this World... explores science fiction, not just as a literary genre, but as a way of looking at different ideas about society, science, politics, and the future.
Ray Harryhausen, creator of animated creatures for numerous fantasy films, is the subject of a new exhibition opening at the London Film Museum, possibly one of London's most interesting and educative exhibition centres.
The exhibition, entitled Ray Harryhausen - Myths and Legends, explores the artist's life and work from his...
Hockney: Printmaker, an exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery, marks sixty years since the appearance of David Hockney's first print in 1954.
How has Sandro Botticelli influenced designers and artists from the Pre-Raphaelites to the present day?
Fashion and Textile Museum presents Art Textiles: Marian Clayden - retrospective exhibition looks at Clayden's work in the field of tie-dye fabrics
London's first ever major exhibition of LEGO sculptures, The Art of the Brick, is on show at The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane.
Court and Craft: A Masterpiece from northern Iraq presents new research findings into the little-known Courtauld bag, an absolutely magnificent inlaid metalwork bag dating from about AD1300.
Shoes Pleasure and Pain, exhibition at V&A, looks at 2,000 years of footwear history.
London's V&A Museum presents Winnie-the-Pooh Exploring a Classic. Original drawings, manuscripts, proofs and books explore the unique relationship between author A. A. Milne and illustrator Ernest Howard Shepard.
The National Gallery's exhibition of Viennese portraiture from the years around 1900, shows how society was becoming increasingly pessimistic, due to conservative, nationalist and anti-Semitic mass movements.
Exhibition at London's V and A Museum - Curtain Up: Celebrating 40 Years of Theatre in London and New York