Best exhibitions on in London, May highlights
Haute Couture meets Rock and Roll at the V&A, Giacometti comes to Tate Modern and Picasso's Matadors invade Gagosian. The best exhibitions on in London
The Great Wave is perhaps Japan's most familiar artwork. iPhone wallpapers, T-shirts, dog-eared posters in student halls - we know Hokusai's woodcut so well that we no longer stop to consider it.
This May, though, the British Museum stages an exhibition that will make us look twice at this beloved icon and its creator.Read more ...
Gagosian London's upcoming exhibition, Minotaurs and Matadors, will plumb Picasso's sense of national identity, pitting his radical vision against the ancient mythology and traditions of Spain.Read more ...
Including some never before seen plasters and drawings alongside more familiar bronze sculptures and oil paintings, this Tate Modern exhibition is set to unveil Giacometti’s unceasing experimentation across different styles and subjects.Read more ...
The V&A's blockbuster Balenciaga retrospective will examine the designer's legacy and influence on today's fashion power houses. Showcasing over 100 pieces and 20 hats from the mid-20th century, it promises to be an insightful look at the life and work of this haute-couture heavyweight.Read more ...
The Frieze of the photography world, Photo London returns to Somerset House for a third year running.Read more ...
This May the Victoria and Albert Museum will host the first major international retrospective of Pink Floyd, Their Mortal Remains, 50 years after the band recorded.Read more ...
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