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Thursday, January 21st 2016

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Add to Google Calendar Using the work of Monet as a starting point, this landmark exhibition examines the role gardens played in the evolution of art from the early 1860s through to the 1920s. Trace the emergence of the modern garden in its many forms and glories as we take you through a period of great social change and innovation in the arts. Discover the paintings of some of the most important Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Avant-Garde artists of the early twentieth century as they explore this theme. Monet, arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, once said he owed his painting “to flowers”. But Monet was far from alone in his fascination with the horticultural world, which is why we will also be bringing you masterpieces by Renoir, Cezanne, Pissarro, Manet, Sargent, Kandinsky, Van Gogh, Matisse, Klimt and Klee. For these artists and others, the garden gave them the freedom to break new ground and explore the ever-changing world around them. Highlights include a remarkable selection of works by Monet, including the monumental Agapanthus Triptych, reunited specifically for the exhibition, Renoir’s Monet Painting in His Garden at Argenteuil and Kandinsky’s Murnau The Garden II. As our galleries are bathed in the colour and light of more than 120 works, see the garden in art with fresh eyes. Exhibition co-organised by the Royal Academy of Arts and the Cleveland Museum of Art.
10:00 AM 01/21/2016 - 06:00 PM 04/20/2016

Thursday, February 18th 2016

Botticelli and Treasures from the Hamilton Collection

Add to Google Calendar A display of 30 drawings by Sandro Botticelli, that were at the heart of controversy when a UK collector sensationally sold them to a museum in Germany in the 19th century.Queen Victoria herself tried to prevent this series of Botticelli illustrations from leaving the country when they were sold to the Berlin Kupferstichkabinett in 1882 by the 12th Duke of Hamilton. Even with the influence wielded by her daughter – who was married to the German crown prince – the monarch's efforts were unsuccessful and the works have remained at the museum ever since, where they are very rarely lent. The Courtauld Gallery Somerset House, Strand London WC2R 0RN 020 7848 2526 Entry details £4 with National Art Pass (standard entry £8.50) Daily, 10am – 6pm (last admission 5.30pm)
10:00 AM 02/18/2016 - 06:00 PM 05/15/2016

Saturday, March 5th 2016

Botticelli Reimagined

Add to Google Calendar A celebration of Botticelli's incredible influence across the arts. master of the Italian Renaissance, Sandro Botticelli was also one of the most esteemed artists of his time: as well as producing grand altarpieces and mythological paintings, he was summoned by Pope Sixtus IV to create a series of frescoes for the Sistine Chapel. Yet after his death his accomplishments were disregarded and he disappeared from public consciousness for more than 300 years. It wasn't until his work was included in an exhibition in Manchester in 1857 – where it was viewed by more than a million people – that interest in the artist was renewed. It was the Pre-Raphaelites favour in particular, that was key to bringing Botticelli back into the spotlight. This largest British exhibition devoted to the artist since 1930, this show charts the Botticelli story from obscurity to ubiquity. Bringing together his masterpieces with paintings, photography and film made in homage to his work over the past 500 years, the display includes pieces by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris, David LaChapelle, Elsa Schiaparelli, Andy Warhol and Cindy Sherman. V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum) Cromwell Road London SW7 2RL 020 7942 2000 Entry details £7.50 with National Art Pass (standard entry £15) Open daily, 10am – 5.45pm Fri, 10am – 10pm
10:00 AM 03/05/2016 - 05:45 PM 07/03/2016

Wednesday, September 7th 2016

London Design Biennale 2016

Add to Google Calendar London's first biennial for design will showcase the talents of designers from 35 nations across the globe, who are responding to the theme of 'Utopia by Design'. Venue name: Somerset House Contact: Strand London WC2R 1LA Opening hours: Daily 10am-6pmTransport: Tube: Temple/Charing Cross/Covent Garden
10:00 AM 09/07/2016 - 06:00 PM 09/27/2016

Wednesday, September 14th 2016

The EY Exhibition: Wifredo Lam

Add to Google Calendar Cuban artist Lam (1902-1982) moved in some pretty illustrious circles during the course of his life, counting Pablo Picasso and André Breton amongst his peers. He also witness some of the most turbulent events of the twentieth century. The Tate's forthcoming exhibition should give him some long-overdue exposure. Venue name: Tate Modern Contact: VISIT WEBSITE CALL VENUE Address: Bankside London SE1 9TG Opening hours: Mon-Thu, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-10pm (last adm 45 mins before closing)Transport: Tube: Southwark/Blackfriars
10:00 AM 09/14/2016 - 10:00 PM 01/08/2017

Saturday, September 17th 2016

Astronomy Photographer of the Year

Add to Google Calendar Once again you can expect to see remarkable feats of astrophotography at the Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibition. It’s a chance to see magical views of both our own night sky and of galaxies far, far away. The winning spacey visions come from dozens of professional and amateur snappers in various categories including ‘Planets, Comets and Asteroids’, ‘Stars and Nebulae’, ‘Galaxies’ and ‘Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year’ for under-16s. Soar down to Greenwich to see the winners from 2016's competition on display.  Royal Observatory , Greenwich Saturday September 17 2016 - Friday December 23 2016
10:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Saturday, September 24th 2016

Abstract Expressionism, London's Critics Choice

Add to Google Calendar Autumn 2016 at the RA (Royal Academy of Arts) is all about New York in the 1940s and ’50s, as this blockbuster survey of abstract expressionism brings together the big deals, bad boys and prodigious boozers of the era. It’s sure to be a swaggeringly audacious show. Abstract expressionism, with its love of spontaneity, automatic and unconscious forms, marks the moment when America took over from Paris as the crucible of modern art (whether or not you believe the theories about CIA involvement in its post-war rise to prominence). Indeed, its first flowering was full by artists who came to the States from Europe – painter Hans Hofmann was born in Germany; Willem de Kooning trained in the Netherlands. However, it’s the homegrown US talent that came to embody the new sense of assurance and freedom that ab-ex still signifies today – the dynamic ‘action painting’ (a term coined by critic Harold Rosenberg in 1952) of Franz Kline and ‘Jack the Dripper’ Jackson Pollock, and the sublime ‘colour field’ painting (Clement Greenberg’s baby) of Barnett Newman and Mark Rothko. Abstract Expressionism Art , Painting Royal Academy of Arts , Mayfair Saturday September 24 2016 - Monday January 2 2017 Critics' choice. Burlington House, Piccadilly London W1J 0BD
10:00 AM 09/24/2016 - 06:00 PM 01/02/2017